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Non-parametric habitat models with automatic interactions
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This paper demonstrates how non-parametric multiplicative regression (NPMR) provides a simple, effective solution to the problem of representing empirical species response surfaces in a multidimensional niche space. Expand
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Gradients in Epiphyte Biomass in Three Pseudotsuga-Tsuga Forests of Different Ages in Western Oregon and Washington
Epiphyte biomass on branches and trunks was estimated for 42 individual felled trees, distributed among three Pseudotsuga menziesii-Tsuga heterophylla stands aged 95, 145, and 400+ years, in theExpand
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Differences in lichen and bryophyte communities between old-growth and managed second-growth forests in the Swan Valley, Montana
Lichen and bryophyte communities differed between managed second-growth and unmanaged old-growth grand fir forests in northwestern Montana in all three strata examined: lower canopy, trunk, andExpand
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DISPERSAL LIMITATIONS OF EPIPHYTIC LICHENS RESULT IN SPECIES DEPENDENT ON OLD‐GROWTH FORESTS
Epiphytic lichen biomass accumulates slowly in forest canopies. We eval- uated three alternative hypotheses for the slow accumulation of epiphytic lichens, using two experiments in tree crowns fromExpand
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Pseudocyphellaria perpetua, a New Lichen from Western North America
Abstract Pseudocyphellaria perpetua McCune & Miadlikowska is described as a new species of lichenized fungus from Oregon, U.S.A. Morphologically similar to some forms of P. crocata, P. perpetua isExpand
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Hotspots of Epiphytic Lichen Diversity in Two Young Managed Forests
Understanding within-stand variation in diversity of epiphytes will provide an improved basis for producing timber while conserving biological diversity. Tulo 80-ha, 50-year-old managed stands ofExpand
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INFLUENCE OF NOISY ENVIRONMENTAL DATA ON CANONICAL CORRESPONDENCE ANALYSIS
Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA) is an increasingly popular method for multivariate analysis of ecological community data. It is, however, one of the most potentially misleading multivariateExpand
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Lichen Communities as Indicators of Forest Health
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