INHS Technical Reports are authored by INHS scientists for the purpose of documenting the status, stewardship, conservation, and restoration of Illinois’ biotic resources. The reports are used by INHS, the Department of Natural Resources, and various granting agencies to assess needs and formulate policy. Reports may originate from any of the INHS centers and field stations.
INHS TECHNICAL REPORTS
An index of all reports issued by INHS staff, 1962-present. Check for the latest reports added using the RSS feed.
FULL TEXT INHS TECHNICAL REPORTS ON IDEALS
Illinois Digital Environment for Access to Learning and Scholarship collects, disseminates, and provides persistent and reliable access to the research and scholarship of faculty, staff, and students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
CRITICAL TRENDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM
The Critical Trends Assessment Program (CTAP) is a long-term endeavor, which monitors the condition of forests, wetlands, grasslands, and streams throughout the state of Illinois. This project seeks to assess changes in ecological conditions as well as to serve as a baseline from which to compare regional and site-specific patterns throughout Illinois.
HUMAN DIMENSIONS OF WILDLIFE
The Human Dimensions Research Program conducts social research in Illinois and throughout North America on various issues affecting wildlife management, ecosystems restoration, and environmental health.
Deer Harvest Reports, Urban Wildlife Surveys, Hunter Surveys, Public Perceptions of Environmental Issues, Hunting Survey Fact Sheets