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Likewise, when we fill in vernal pools and other small wetlands, we lose valuable salamander habitat and also diminish the watershed's capacity to store water.
The variability of vernal pool types as well as the lack of federal protection makes parks and other conservation areas especially critical for protection of vernal pools.
Vernal bought it for me," she said, her eyes welling with tears at the memory.
The data suggest that the southern part of Vernal Crater has experienced episodes of water flow from underground to the surface and may be a site where Martian life could have developed.
In southern California, the endangered San Diego fairy shrimp (Branchinecta sandiegonensis) and the threatened vernal pool fairy shrimp (Branchinecta lynchi) overlap in distribution with a more common species, the versatile fairy shrimp (Branchinecta lindahli).
The oil and gas exploration major has received permit for the 10-acre downspacing in at least two subareas of the Greater Natural Buttes field prior to the Energy Symposium at Western Park in Vernal last week.
Small water bodies, such as vernal pools, are not always protected by pesticide label requirements for no-spray buffer zones, and the occurrence of pesticides in these areas is poorly documented.
Biological and environmental scientists explain to policy makers, land use planners, and others engaged in conservation and protection, the unique characteristics and needs of vernal pools and how to address them.
Flights will operate from the Vernal Regional Airport to Salt Lake City International Airport.
Moving during a mild night in late winter, these cold-blooded amphibians lay themselves open to the return of sub-freezing weather, to ice on the vernal pools, to snow covered mountain slopes and frozen soil.
Pastor Vernal Stewart said that further repairs totalling about pounds 200,000 were needed for parish activities to return to the church.
In one of his better-known poems, for instance, Wordsworth claims that "One impulse from a vernal wood/May teach you more of man,/Of moral evil and of good,/Than all the sages can.