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Assessment of training noise impacts on the red-cockaded woodpecker

Assessment of training noise impacts on the red-cockaded woodpecker

preliminary results

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Published by US Army Corps of Engineers, Construction Engineering Research Laboratory, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Champaign, IL], [Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Woodpeckers -- Effect of noise on,
  • Noise -- Physiological effect

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLarry D. Pater ... [et al.].
    SeriesCERL technical report -- 99/51., USACERL technical report -- 99/51.
    ContributionsPater, Larry D., Construction Engineering Research Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17597518M
    OCLC/WorldCa44780589

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Assessment of training noise impacts on the red-cockaded woodpecker Download PDF EPUB FB2

“Assessment of Training Noise Impacts on the Red-cockaded Woodpecker.” The purpose of this research is to assess the effects of military training noise on the endangered Red-cockaded Woodpeck. The purpose of this research is to assess the effects of military training noise on the endangered Red-Cockaded Woodpecker (RCW) and to develop assessment by: 1.

Request PDF | Assessment of Training Noise Impacts on the Red-Cockaded Woodpecker: Results | It is estimated that nearly a quarter of the remaining Red-cockaded Woodpecker.

“Assessment of Training Noise Impacts on the Red-cockaded Woodpecker.” The technical monitor was Dr. Robert Holst. The work was performed by the Ecological Processes Branch (CN-N) of the In-stallations Division (CN), Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) in cooperation with Jones Technologies, Inc.

The CERL Principal Inves. The primary objectives for the multiyear study reported here were to determine the effects of military training noise on the reproductive fitness of the endangered Red‐cockaded Woodpecker (RCW) and to provide noise dose‐response data to guide species conservation decisions.

The research was conducted at Fort Stewart, an Army installation in SE by: 4. Assessment of training noise impacts on the Red-cockaded woodpecker Pater, Larry; Delaney, David; Abstract. Not Available. Publication: Acoustical Society of America Journal. Pub Date: November DOI: / Bibcode: ASAJRP Cited by: 4.

Assessment of Training Noise Impacts on the Red-Cockaded Woodpecker: Final Report Article (PDF Available)   February   with   Reads  How we measure. By On The Red-cockaded Woodpecker, David K. Delaney, Larry L. Pater, Robert J. Dooling, Beth F. Brittan-powell, Linton L. Swindell, Tim A. Beaty, Larry D.

Carlile.“Assessment of Training Noise Impacts on the Red-cockaded Woodpecker.” The purpose of this research is to assess the effects of military training noise on the endangered Red-cockaded. Get this from a library.

Assessment of training noise impacts on the red-cockaded woodpecker: results. [David K Delaney; Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.: );]. A new three‐year study has been initiated to determine the degree of impact of military training noise on the endangered Red‐Cockaded Woodpecker (RCW).

The study is being conducted on an Army installation. The study design and preliminary results from the first nesting season are by: 1. Abstract. AQMO^-IZ ' 3/35 1 Public reporting burden for this m nUC Form Approved OMB No.

oaurnated to average 1 hour per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and r^S 9. The red-cockaded woodpecker (RCW) is an endangered species whose population is restricted primarily to public lands, namely national forests, military installations, and national wildlife refuges.

Military installations are gaining recognition as a valuable resource. Get this from a library. Assessment of training noise impacts on the red-cockaded woodpecker: preliminary results.

[Larry L Pater; Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.: );]. This Biological Evaluation, in accordance with the Joint Standard Operating Procedure (JSOP), SRS Land and Facilities, applies to all Army units, the Army Reserve, the Army National Guard, FGRC, Department of the Army Civilians (DACs), sponsors and contractors associated with and or attached to the Army for the purpose of training on DOE-SR.

1 July Recommendations for Improved Assessment of Noise Impacts on Wildlife. Larry L. Pater developed weighting functions for the Mexican spotted owl and the red-cockaded woodpecker based on threshold audiograms. Assessment of training noise impacts on the red-cockaded woodpecker.

Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Cited by: Noise Effects Related to OHV Use and Roads References. Assessment of training noise impacts on the red-cockaded woodpecker: Technical Report TR ERDC/CERL, Mace, B.

A., P. Bell, and R. Loomis. Aesthetic, affective, and cognitive effects of noise on natural landscape assessment. Society and Natural Resources. The red-cockaded woodpecker is small to mid-sized species, being intermediate in size between North America's two most widespread woodpeckers (the downy and hairy woodpeckers).This species measures 18–23 cm (– in) in length, spans 34–41 cm (13–16 Class: Aves.

the total number of red-cockaded woodpeckers observed and number of red-cockaded woodpecker clusters. Red-cockaded woodpecker activity and cavity tree information should be submitted in a survey report to the South Florida Ecological Services Office, 20th Str., Vero Beach, FL effects of military training noise on the endangered Red-cockaded Woodpecker (RCW) and to develop assessment methodology.

The results of this research will provide a scientific basis for RCW man-agement protocols, and will partially satisfy requirements of a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) biological opinion that requires the Army to assess effects of implementing the “Man.

The Red-cockaded Woodpecker is a habitat specialist of the Southeast’s once-vast longleaf pine stands. Its habitat—old pines with very little understory—was shaped by the region’s frequent lightning fires.

They also occur in stands of loblolly, slash, and other pine species. The birds dig cavities in living pines softened by heartwood rot.Spadgenske. Assessment of training noise impacts on the red-cockaded woodpecker: results. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Construction Engineering Research Laboratory ERDC/CERL TR pp.

9. DeLotelle, R. S., and R. J. Epting. Demography and ecology of the red-cockaded woodpecker in the Big Econlockhatchee Bason, Curtis H.Scientific management practices could restore the woodpecker's habitat and population, but the imperative to convert old-growth forests to other uses remains.

In this book, three of the leading experts on the Red-cockaded Woodpecker offer a comprehensive overview of all that is currently known about its biology.