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View of monitoring station from fire road


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.

Bobcat photographed by a camera trap, with paired camera in background. View more photos by going to the first link (below right).


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.