Inventory of Mammals (Excluding Bats) of Colonial National Historical Park
A survey of mammals (excluding bats) at Colonial National Historical Park (COLO) was conducted from 2003 to 2004 to document the presence of > 90% of the mammals in the park, describe their distributions and relative abundances, quantify habitat-specific species diversity, and provide recommendations for management and conservation. Surveys relied on live trapping with Sherman, Tomahawk, and pitfall traps for small to medium-size mammals, direct observation of individuals and their sign (e.g. tracks, scats), and remote photography. We identified nine principal habitats – field (grasslands, including old fields), mixed coniferousdeciduous forest, pine forest, deciduous forest, forested wetland, field/mixed forest edge, marsh/mixed forest edge, wetland (marsh and swamp), and golden bamboo – and targeted locations for sampling.
- ASIN: 1491097884
De Soto, Coronado, Cabrillo: Explorers of the Northern Mystery (National Park Service Handbook)
This official government handbook describes the expeditions of the Spanish explorers, DeSoto, Coronado, and Cabrillo and their encounters with the new world of America and its native peoples. Also provides information about the national monuments named after the explorers.
- ASIN: 0912627484
2012 D Chaco Culture National Historical Park Quarter Choice Uncirculated
The 2012-D Chaco Culture National Historical Park Quarter depicts two kivas (round, subterranean chambers that are thought to have been used for religious ceremonies) of the Chetro Ketl pueblo.
- ASIN: B015V6VK5Q
- UPC: 635797537837
The "poor potter" of Yorktown: a study of a colonial pottery factory : Colonial National Historical Park Virginia
- ASIN: B003HS4DPU
Jamestown Archeological Assessment : Colonial National Historical Park, Yorktown, Virginia
- ASIN: B0030T1T7Q
Salt Marsh Vegetation Monitoring at Colonial National Historical Park 2008 Summary Report
The National Park Service, Natural Resource Program Center publishes a range of reports that address natural resource topics of interest and applicability to a broad audience in the National Park Service and others in natural resource management, including scientists, conservation and environmental constituencies, and the public.
- ASIN: 1491080248
Monitoring Salt Marsh Vegetation at Colonial National Historical Park: 2012 Summary Report
The National Park Service, Natural Resource Stewardship and Science office in Fort Collins, Colorado, publishes a range of reports that address natural resource topics. These reports are of interest and applicability to a broad audience in the National Park Service and others in natural resource management, including scientists, conservation and environmental constituencies, and the public.
- ASIN: 1491080132
Colonial National Historical Park: Shuttle Service Survey Report
In 2004, Colonial National Historical Park (Colonial NHP) initiated a demonstration shuttle service to link key visitor attractions in the area, including Colonial Williamsburg, Historic Jamestown, and Yorktown. Funding for the shuttle service, however, expires in 2010. In support of the National Park Service (NPS), the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (Volpe Center) is conducting a multiyear operations evaluation of the shuttle service and is developing a business plan that provides recommendations for continued operations beyond 2010. As part of this evaluation effort, the NPS Alternative Transportation in Parks and Public Lands Program (ATPPL) has funded the Volpe Center to conduct a survey of shuttle users at Colonial NHP. The survey provides the opportunity to obtain information on how visitors are using the shuttle and their level of satisfaction with different aspects of the service.
- ASIN: 1494871548
Colonial National Historical Park: Colonial National Historical Park 2010 Visitor/Motorist Survey
Since 2004, Colonial National Historical Park (Colonial NHP) has operated seasonal shuttle services to connect key visitor attractions in the area, including Colonial Williamsburg, Historic Jamestowne, and the Yorktown Battlefield. In August 2010, the US Department of Transportation (US DOT) John A. Volpe National Transportation System Center (Volpe Center) administered a survey to visitors not arriving by shuttle. The survey follows an earlier survey of shuttle riders, conducted in 2009, also by the Volpe Center. The 2010 survey asked visitors for basic demographic information, level of awareness of the shuttle, information sources used, and for their willingness to ride the shuttle in the future. This report presents the 2010 survey findings, comparison with the 2009 results, and recommendations for Colonial NHP and other parks operating alternative transportation systems.
- ASIN: 1494352753
Colonial National Historical Park: Alternative Transportation System Evaluation and Business Plan
When congressional appropriations expire in September 2010, Colonial NHP, its local partners, and federal and state grant programs are not expected to be able to fund and operate the HTS/JAS systems at the current level of service. Thus, the Volpe Center was tasked with the following items: • To document the existing transportation conditions at Colonial NHP; • To evaluate the HTS/JAS systems in terms of operations, costs, and traveler demand; • To document the existing funding situation and investigate alternative scenarios; and • To document alternative service concepts. This report is the culmination of the Volpe Center’s analysis of the existing Colonial NHP alternative transportation system. Based on this analysis, this report suggests possible strategies to continue running it in the future. The report is designed to provide a basis on which to set goals, develop and evaluate alternatives, and ultimately improve access and mobility at Colonial NHP for all visitors.
- ASIN: 1493765655
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