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Wireless digital camera traps are providing unprecedented and detailed information on some of JRBP's big unknowns, such as the abundance and behavior of large predators and the nature of biological corridors linking JRBP to other areas.

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Since 2001, an acoustical monitoring station at the edge of Searsville Lake has recorded over ten million bat calls. These are calls emitted by bats during foraging to aid them in locating and capturing prey, and also emitted during other kinds of activity.

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The consequences of mammal activity are nearly ubiquitous at JRBP; they include distinctive browse lines on vegetation, animal trails and tracks, scat, dens, and carcasses.

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This project aims to test whether and how herbivory by slugs and snails controls yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis)populations. It consists of pairs of self-contained starthistle gardens in 20 locations around JRBP.

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Several nitrogen-containing compounds are released to the atmosphere by human activities such as driving automobiles and generating electric power. Ultimately these compounds are deposited on land or water, either in a dry form or carried by rain or fog.

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