Nicholas Gladstone

Gladstone Caving
Biologist, Terrestrial Karst Invertebrate Species Lead

1505 Ferguson Lane
Austin, TX 78754
United States

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About Nicholas Gladstone

Mr. Gladstone holds Masters of Science degrees in Geology and Aquatic Sciences from the University of Tennessee and Auburn University, respectively. He has over ten years of experience with cave and karst ecosystems across the United States, working on a wide variety of projects related to broad-scale bioinventory of subterranean-associated species, ecological monitoring, and phylogeographic studies.

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From The Library

Technical Addendum to Statistical Analysis and Revision of Endangered Karst Species Distribution, Austin Area, Texas

This technical addendum provides information about the original dataset produced by Veni and Jones (2021) and introduces the Service-corrected version (1.1) of the Austin Area Karst Zones and Karst Fauna Regions dataset. 

Central Texas Karst Invertebrates Karst Zones and Karst Fauna Regions Overview

An overview document defining both Karst Fauna Regions and Karst Zones as well as providing guidelines for their use and implementation.

Current Terrestrial Karst Invertebrates USFWS Scientific Permit Holders

Companies and individuals with current Scientific Permits (Section 10(a)(1)(A)) for karst invertebrates in central Texas

Statistical Analysis and Revision of Endangered Karst Species Distribution, Austin Area, Texas.

National Cave and Karst Research Institute (NCKRI) Report submitted to the Service detailing the re-evaluation of Karst Zone and Karst Fauna Region boundaries within the Austin Area. This covers the geographic distribution of seven of the federally endangered karst invertebrate species in...