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A global analysis of traits predicting species sensitivity to habitat fragmentation
Aim Elucidating patterns in species responses to habitat fragmentation is an important focus of ecology and conservation, but studies are often geographically restricted, taxonomically narrow or useExpand
Individual Identification of the Endangered Wyoming Toad Anaxyrus baxteri and Implications for Monitoring Species Recovery
Abstract Monitoring the fates of individuals after release in the wild is essential for building effective species recovery programs. Current conservation efforts for the endangered Wyoming ToadExpand
Measuring the Effectiveness of Conservation: A Novel Framework to Quantify the Benefits of Sage-Grouse Conservation Policy and Easements in Wyoming
Increasing energy and housing demands are impacting wildlife populations throughout western North America. Greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus), a species known for its sensitivity toExpand
RED-BACKED VOLE (CLETHRIONOMYS GAPPERI) RESPONSE TO DISTURBANCE IN SUBALPINE FORESTS: USE OF REGENERATING PATCHES
Abstract We investigated scale-dependent habitat selection by the southern red-backed vole (Clethrionomys gapperi) in subalpine forests and 20- to 30-year-old regenerating timber harvests of theExpand
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