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|Other titles||Responses of birds and small mammals to clearcutting in a subalpine forest in central Colorado [Circular patch clearcutting, wildlife habitats, management implications].|
|Contributions||Crouch, G.L., Whelan, J.A.|
|The Physical Object|
United States. Forest Service: Birds and mammals of Manitou Experimental Forest, Colorado / (Fort Collins, Colo.: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, ), also by Colo.) Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins and Meredith J. Morris (page images at HathiTrust)?key=United States. Forest Service. Alexander J D Williams E J Gillespie C R Contreras Mart nez S Finch D M Effects of restoration and fire on habitats and populations of western hummingbirds a literature review Gen Tech Rep RMRSGTR Fort Collins CO U S Department of Agriculture Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station 64 p Abstract To inform future restoration efforts we reviewed the known effects of fire and
They sometimes take small and large mammals as prey, such as rabbits and deer. license cc-by-nc-sa Replacement % 30 Upper subalpine spruce-fir (Central Rockies) American black bears are habitat generalists that require a mosaic of habitat types and may have diverse responses to forest management Although grasslands with M. sinensis as the dominant species exist in the temperate regions of Japan, the lower subalpine zone of central Japan (Tsuchida & Numata, ) and southwest portion of the northern island of Hokkaido (Numata, , ), which primarily has a subarctic climate, are considered the limits where M. sinensis is the dominant species (Adati, ).
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Responses of birds and small mammals to clearcutting in a subalpine forest in central Colorado. Res. Note RM Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
6 p. Forest vegetation of the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests in central Colorado: a habitat type classification. Res. Pap. RM Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
48 p. Responses of birds and small mammals to clearcutting in a subalpine forest in presence of birds and mammals during postfire succession, red squirrels were only present in stands with closed canopies.
In north-central Colorado red squirrels were not present on 8-year-old burned areas but were present in adjacent unburned lodgepole pine stands.
The maintenance of many mature coniferous forest types is often by many other wildlife species, including small mammals, furbearers, forest grouse, and song birds. A general forest management objective associated with Mountain Foothills Big Game Winter Range is to maintain forested types and manage against conifer expansion, particularly where it would inhibit shrub (browse) and grass forage A JFSP Fire Science Exchange Network Bringing People Together & Sharing Knowledge in the Northern Rockies Initial responses of forest understories to varying levels and patterns of green-tree retention.
Ecological Applications. 15(1):  Nelson, Cara R.; Halpern, Charles B. Edge-related responses of understory plants to aggregated retention harvest in the Pacific Northwest.
Ecological Applications. 15(1):  Responses of birds and small mammals to clearcutting in a subalpine forest in central Colorado. Article. Jan responses of small mammals to clearcutting were similar in deciduous and In north-central Washington, hare densities were higher in landscapes with an abundance of dense boreal forest interspersed with small patches of open habitat, in contrast to landscapes composed primarily of open forest interspersed with few patches containing dense vegetation (Walkerp.
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Bird Ecology And Conservation PDF | We compared abundance and diversity of breeding and winter birds between commercially thinned and unthinned to year-old Douglas-fir | Find, read and cite all the research you need The aspen dominant forest in west-central Canada is known as the “parkland.” These forests are bordered by prairie to the south and boreal (aspen seral-dominant) mixedwoods to the north.
Aspen is a major timber species in the boreal forest and is a major focus of forest management with numerous pulp and strand board :// Long-term effects of precommercial thinning on small mammals in northern Maine.
Forest Ecology and Management, Homyack, J. A., D. Harrison, and W. Krohn. Structural differences between precommercially thinned and unthinned conifer stands. Forest Ecology and Management, (): White fir seeds are eaten by several species of small mammals and birds including grouse [,], chipmunks and mice, flying squirrels, chickadees, crossbills, and Clark's nutcracker [,].
In the southern Cascades and Sierra Nevada, the Douglas squirrel cuts and caches white fir cones during late summer and fall, before the cones are Vegetation responses along edge-to-interior gradients in the mixed hardwood forests of the Roanoke River basin, North Carolina.
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USDA Forest Service Research Note RM, 6 p. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, Colo. Scott, Virgil E., Jill A. Whelan, and Robert R. Alexander. Dead trees used by cavity-nesting birds on the Fraser.
viruses to small mammals. The microbiologi-cal populations in the soil are usually incon-spicuous to most observers although the soil can be teeming with hundreds of millions of microorganisms in each handful of forest soil.
Their activity and diversity far exceeds that of the other biological components of forest ; Runciman and Sullivan ). Population responses by small mammals to applications of forest herbicides may be dampened in older plantations (e.g., 20 years old) (Sullivan and Sullivan ) and vary by herbicide application technique (e.g., broadcast verses cut-stump) (Runciman and Sullivan ).United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry: Information Forestry-NRS-N Timber Management Field Book: USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Area, State and Private Forestry, ' Other-NRS-MR Chicago vs.
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