NYDensiPOPdWeb Interactive: Software to investigate the population scale impacts of lead in New York State from 1990-2018
Connelly, Patrick; Hanley, Brenda; Bunting, Elizabeth; Schuler, Krysten
We assessed the population scale impacts of lead (Pb) toxicosis and lead exposure in Bald Eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) in New York State, USA from 1990-2018. The NYDensiPOPd repeats the comparison of Pb and non-Pb in DensiPOPd (https://doi.org/10.7298/6yb8-5c25), but with a geographic area specific to NY. The comparisons include the early and later windows of population recovery, where the early window of recovery is defined as the period between 1990-2006, which includes the years just prior to the species’ delisting from the ESA (in 2007), while the later window of recovery is defined as the period from 2002-2018, when densities were much higher. The NYDensiPOPd segment of this package tailored the DensiPOPd software to the region of New York.
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This study was funded in part by the Morris Animal Foundation under Grant # D18ZO-103 and in part by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. This software has not been reviewed nor endorsed by the Foundation nor the Department, and the views expressed in this software do not necessarily reflect the views of the Foundation nor the Department, its officers, directors, affiliates or agents.
Lefkovitch matrix; recovery; resource management