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- Saveraid, Erika Hasler; Debinski, Diane M.; Kindscher, Kelly; Jakubauskas, Mark E.
- Landscape ecology 2001 v.16 no.1 pp. 71-83
- Wyoming, etc ; Artemisia; Junco hyemalis; Passerculus sandwichensis; Salix; Spizella passerina; Turdus migratorius; biomass; birds; ecosystems; graminoids; habitats; landscapes; meadows; national parks; prediction; remote sensing; shrubs; Montana; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... We compare the accuracy of predicting the occurrence of 11 bird species in montane meadows of the Greater Yellowstone National Park ecosystem, in the states of Montana and Wyoming, USA. We used remotely sensed, landscape, and habitat data. The meadow type, as determined from the remotely sensed data, was highly correlated with abundances of six of the 11 bird species. Landscape variables significa ...
- Duchardt, Courtney J.; Augustine, David J.; Beck, Jeffrey L.
- Landscape ecology 2019 v.34 no.4 pp. 895-909
- Wyoming, etc ; Artemisia; Charadrius montanus; Cynomys ludovicianus; Oreoscoptes montanus; Spizella breweri; birds; ecosystem engineers; fauna; grasslands; habitats; landscapes; mammals; plant communities; rangelands; shrublands; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... CONTEXT: Burrowing mammals play a role in rangeland disturbance worldwide, enhancing habitat for certain species while negatively affecting others. However, little is known concerning effects of disturbance spatial pattern on co-occuring fauna. In the North American Great Plains, colonial black-tailed prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus) may enhance habitat for one suite of birds while degrading ha ...