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- Roberts, L. Jay, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Ecological applications 2019 v.29 no.2 pp. e01848
- Internet; Landsat; altitude; biodiversity; birds; climatic factors; community structure; drought; environmental impact; forests; global warming; habitats; models; mountains; temperature; tree mortality; wildlife; wildlife management; California
- ... Birds respond rapidly to changes in both habitat and climate conditions and thus are good indicators of the ecological effects of a changing climate, which may include warmer temperatures, changing habitat conditions, and increased frequency and magnitude of extreme events like drought. We investigated how a widespread tree mortality event concurrent with a severe drought influenced the avian comm ...
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- Forest ecology and management 2008 v.254 no.3 pp. 429-444
- planning; simulation models; botanical composition; landscapes; timber management; landscape ecology; wildlife management; even-aged management; forest trees; Tsuga; forest habitats; wildlife habitats; vegetation cover; spatial distribution; temporal variation; statistical analysis; ecosystem management; Martes americana; endangered species; Wisconsin; Chequamegon National Forest
- ... Incorporating an ecosystem management perspective into forest planning requires consideration of the impacts of timber management on a suite of landscape characteristics at broad spatial and long temporal scales. We used the LANDIS forest landscape simulation model to predict forest composition and landscape pattern under seven alternative forest management plans drafted for the Chequamegon-Nicole ...