Jump to Main Content
- WOODS, ANNE M., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Global change biology 2009 v.15 no.8 pp. 1866-1883
- birds; breeding; climate change; climatic factors; latitude; prediction; surveys; temperature; New York
- ... Like other regions of the northern hemisphere, the northeastern United States has experienced a general increase in regional temperatures over the past 20 years. Quantifying the ecological implications of these changing temperatures has been severely constrained by a lack of multispecies distributional data by which to compare long-term changes. We used the New York State Breeding Bird Atlas, a st ...
- Woods, Anne M., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Canadian journal of forest research = 2012 v.42 no.6 pp. 1141-1152
- Plethodon cinereus; basal area; biomass; calcium; canopy; fauna; forest communities; forest ecosystems; forest soils; hardwood forests; highlands; salamanders and newts; snails; trees; trophic relationships; Adirondacks; New York
- ... Depletion of Ca from forest soils due to acidic deposition has had potentially pervasive effects on forest communities, but these impacts remain largely unknown. Because snails, salamanders, and plants play essential roles in the Ca cycle of northern hardwood forests, we hypothesized that their community diversity, abundance, and structure would vary with differences in biotic Ca availability. To ...