ESfO

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ESfOEuropean Society for Oceanists
ESfOEcological Services Field Office (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
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Fish and Wildlife Service, Hine's emerald dragonfly restoration and recovery efforts are led by the Chicago Ecological Services Field Office in close partnership with the University of South Dakota.
The first six years of his career were spent as a biologist in the Upper Darby River Basin Studies Field Office in Pennsylvania, the Ecological Services Field Office in Maryland, and the Ecological Services Field Office located at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
In addition to Beall and others at the refuge, members at Fish and Wildlife's ecological services field office were honored.
Craig Clifford of Northeastern State University, in conjunction with Camp Gruber National Guard Training Center and the Service's Oklahoma Ecological Services Field Office.
Fish and Wildlife Service, Arizona Ecological Services Field Office, 2321 W.
Angela Boyer, an endangered species biologist in the Service's Columbus, Ohio Ecological Services Field Office can be reached at angela_boyer@fws.
Dan Mulhern, a fish and wildlife biologist in the Service's Kansas Ecological Services Field Office, can be reached at 785-539-3474, ext.
Fish and Wildlife Service's Austin Ecological Services Field Office and its Southwestern Native Aquatic Resources and Recovery Center (formerly Dexter National Fish Hatchery and Technology Center), the National Park Service, the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Texas-Pan American, and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
Lesley Fitzpatrick, a biologist in the Service's Arizona Ecological Services Field Office, can be reached at lesley_fitzpatrick@fws.
In 2000, the Service's Rock Island Ecological Services Field Office, in partnership with the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation, funded research exploring oxbow restoration on privately owned land.
The Ohio Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Service's Ohio Ecological Services Field Office have worked in recent years to streamline the environmental review of federal transportation projects in Ohio.
Editor's note: Additional information on whooping crane reintroduction efforts can be found at the Louisiana Ecological Services Field Office, the North Florida Ecological Services Field Office, and the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries websites.
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