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Resource Links

Oil and gas: The state of Michigan at 
offers an online map showing wells, mineral rights ownership, political boundaries, and geographic features
with zoom tool available     

Michigan DEQ wetlands map viewer DEQ Wetlands Map Viewer 

Field guide to Michigan forest communities Michigan Forest Communities

The MSU natural features inventory Web site with drop-down menus,

Great Lakes and Midwest Climate Change,

Gaylord Herald Times

Traverse City Record-Eagle

USGS water data are available at

“Study of Songbirds Finds High Levels of Mercury,” New York Times,
July 25, 2006,

Scientific Savvy? In U.S., Not Much,” New York Times, August 30, 2005,
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Genes in blood is explained at

Anti-bacterial Additive Widespread in U.S. Waterways,” Johns Hopkins Bloomberg
School of Public Health, January 21, 2005,

Mozart’s Starling,”

A variety of sources on red-shouldered hawks, including the Journal of Wildlife Management, is
available, at least in summary, online. The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service,
has a file with excellent photographs and tables at


© Dale Clarke Franz | Published by University of Michigan Press

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