Installation Specific Information

CAMP LEJEUNE, NC

Guide to Inventory and Monitoring of Amphibians on Dare Co. Bombing Range, Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station, and Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC

Provides identification information on larval and adult life history stages of most commonly seen amphibians on these installations in NC. Also includes methodologies for NRMs to employ to gather data on amphibian species.

CHERRY POINT MARINE CORPS BASE, NC

Guide to Inventory and Monitoring of Amphibians on Dare Co. Bombing Range, Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station, and Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC

Provides identification information on larval and adult life history stages of most commonly seen amphibians on these installations in NC. Also includes methodologies for NRMs to employ to gather data on amphibian species.

Fort Hood, TX

Army - Fort Hood, Texas: General Case Study of Land Use Impacts on an Installation and how the INRMP can Help ppt [5.52 MB]

Mr. William Woodson, Army Staff, Office of the Director of Environmental Programs and Mr. Dennis Herbert, Natural Resources Branch Chief, Fort Hood

HICKAM AIR FORCE BASE, WAKE ATOLL

Annotated checklist of the fishes of Wake Atoll doc [29 KB]

This paper lists a total of 309 fishes from 64 families from Wake Atoll, located in the North Pacific Ocean. The first published account of the fishes of Wake listed 106 species in 31 families and this paper added 116 additional fish species records and included 24 new family records.

LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, VA

Fact Sheet: Assessing BASH Risk Potential of Migrating and Breeding Osprey in the Mid-Atlantic Chesapeake Bay Region, Capture and Marking Techniques pdf [84 KB]

This fact sheet describes the materials, procedure, application, and results of Osprey captured and marked as part of the Assessing BASH Risk Potential of Migrating and Breeding Osprey in the Mid-Atlantic Chesapeake Bay Region project. This is a collaborative multi-agency effort where breeding adults and nestlings were live-captured, fitted with satellite transmitters, and released from nest locations surrounding Langley Air Force Base in the Back River on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay of Virginia.

King's Bay Submarine Base, GA

Species at Risk Final Report (Legacy 04-154)

Georgia Species at Risk Project-June 2009 Final Report (04-154): The primary objective of the of project was to map potential habitats for Species at Risk at Fort Benning, Fort Gordon, Townsend Bombing Range, Robins Air Force Base, Fort Stewart, and Kings Bay Submarine Base, both on the bases themselves and within buffer zones, and to identify management activities that might benefit these species/habitats. This report presents a set of management recommendations for Species at Risk and their associated habitats, especially at the Ecological Systems level.

Tyndall Air Force Base, FL