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Comprehensive wetland inventories are an essential tool for wetland management, but developing and maintaining an inventory is expensive and technically challenging. Funding for these efforts has also been problematic. Here we describe a large-area application of a semi-automated process used to update a wetland inventory for east-central Minnesota. The(More)
  • S M M E E N N T T,, M M O O N N I I T T O O R R I I N N G G, Mark Gernes, +28 authors David Heinzen
  • 2006
Table 4 Estimated number of plots needed to be sampled annually and the total number of plots needed to achieve a 90% confidence for detecting changes in wetland quantity with either a 20% or 15% error estimate in three-or four-panel sample designs.. Table 6 Strategic objectives addressed by (a) wetland quantity (A) and quality Table 8 Estimated annual cost(More)
Bipolar electrodes and strain gauge transducers were implanted on the distal cecum, ileum, and colon of turkeys in order to describe 1) cecal motility, 2) relationships between cecal, ileal, and colonic motilities, 3) events occurring in these organs during cecal evacuation, and 4) cecal electric slow waves. Two types of contractions were recorded in the(More)
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