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The biology and ecology of North American cave crickets
3 Abstract Cave and camel crickets are widely distributed in caves throughout the world, and in North America they make up the bulk of the biomass in many caves. Most caves do not have large… Expand
A guide to central place effects in foraging.
We develop a general patch-use model of central place foraging, which subsumes and extends several previous models. The model produces a catalog of central place effects predicting how distance from… Expand
Frequency of missing legs in the cave cricket, Hadenoecus subterraneus
Published in SUNY Plattsburgh's Scientia Discipulorum Journal of Undergraduate Research. Volume 6, issue 1, pages 56-61. 2013.
Subsurface Aquatic Ecology of Mammoth Cave
The hidden nature of Mammoth Cave National Park’s (MCNP) cave aquatic ecosystem may suggest it is disconnected from events occurring on the surface. However, it is part of a continuum of water that… Expand
Video Presentation: Monitoring Cave Organisms, Cumberland Piedmont Inventory and Monitoring Network
The National Park Service’s 32 inventory and monitoring networks are charged with collecting, organizing, analyzing, and synthesizing long-term monitoring data of various vital signs in their… Expand
Long-term Monitoring of Aquatic Biota Using Occupancy Modeling
- Kurt L. Helf
Monitoring populations of organisms over time is diffi cult even under the best circumstances; this is especially true of cave organisms. Cave organisms may not be detected during a monitoring survey… Expand
National Park Service Cave Ecology Inventory And Monitoring Framework
Introduction In late 2008 a meeting was held in Lakewood, Colorado to discuss how national protocols could be written to Abstract A team developed the Cave Ecology Inventory and Monitoring Framework… Expand
The Cave Beetle Neaphaenops tellkampfi Erichson: Relationships Within and Among Related Genera Using Molecular Data
Studies of North American cave beetle systematics have been based primarily on morphology. This project analyzes the relationships and validity of the four subspecies of the monotypic Neaphaenops… Expand
Strip Adaptive Cluster Sampling with Application to Cave Crickets
40 Adaptive cluster sampling (ACS) is a strategy for sampling rare populations and can provide more precise estimates for population means and totals than other designs such as simple random sampling… Expand
SELECTED ABSTRACTS FROM THE 2008 NATIONAL SPELEOLOGICAL SOCIETY CONVENTION LAKE CITY, FLORIDA
UNDER THE EDGE OF THIS WORLD: A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF DEEP CAVE EXPLORATION ON THE EASTERN HIGHLAND RIM ESCARPMENT, TENNESSEE Joseph C. Douglas Volunteer State Community College, Department of… Expand