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  1. Milkweeds- Good Air Quality Bioindicators

    assess the impact is to document visible injury on sensitive plant species, known as bioindicators. ...

  2. Miller Ecological Park Takes Shape

    a hundred wildflowers and other plants have already been documented in the park.  Ohio Certified Volunteer ... Naturalists, Master Gardeners, and other experts are continuing to document and add to the growing list of ...

  3. Ninety-Eight Percent of Cave-Hibernating Bats have Died in Pennsylvania as of Feb 2013

    Conservation International in Austin, Texas. Researchers documented instances of the fungus in nine bat species ...

  4. OCVN Chapter Spotlight- Wood County

    Wood County OCVNs in attachment     Attachment Size Wood_County_Chapter_Spotlight_3_26_2014.pdf 1.28 MB   ...

  5. OCVN Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    We are providing this document in order to help answer some of the more frequently asked questions ... documented on the OCVN volunteer database. Q: What happens if I don’t complete all the requirements for ...

  6. OCVN Profiles in Service Webinar

    (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US and Canada) To join the meeting: ...

  7. OCVN's Cruise Ohio's Silurian Seas- Geology of Oakes Quarry Park- Fairborn (Greene County)

    http://www.beavercreekwetlands.org/documents/maplocations/BCWA_Broch_Oakes_Web.pdf A visit to Oakes Quarry Park- Virginia Museum of Natural History: ... http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/Portals/10/pdf/OpenFileReports/OFR_2012-1.pdf How oceans, rivers, and glaciers created the geology of the Dayton region By Gregory A. Schumacher ... From Ohio Geology 2008 number 1   http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/Portals/10/pdf/newsletter/2008_No.1.pdf ...

  8. ODNR and USGS Collaborate on Grass Carp Study in Lake Erie

    1960s. Feral (wild) grass carp have been documented from numerous locations in the Great Lakes and Lake ... populations exist in the lower Ohio River. Recent research documented fertile (diploid) grass carp in Lake ...

  9. Ohio Bumble Bee Queen Survey

    terricola, the yellow banded bumble bee) still occurs in Ohio, and if so, where. (2) Document the status of ... Professor of Biology, U of Akron (RJM2@uakron.edu Attached is a document that contains more detailed ...

  10. Ohio Watershed Network Webinar Series

    Connection details: Please join me in an Adobe Connect Meeting. When:  05/25/2016 12:00 PM- 1:00 ... PM Time Zone:  (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US and Canada) To join the meeting, click on this link or ...

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