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Influence of variable retention harvests on forest ecosystems. II. Diversity and population dynamics of small mammals
Summary 1 Variable retention harvests in temperate coniferous forests provide various intensities and sizes of disturbance across a gradient, from clear-cutting to single-tree harvesting. TheseExpand
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STAND STRUCTURE AND SMALL MAMMALS IN YOUNG LODGEPOLE PINE FOREST: 10‐YEAR RESULTS AFTER THINNING
Management of forested landscapes for biological diversity is a major objective across North America. Perhaps the greatest potential to diversify future forests lies in the vast areas of youngExpand
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Experimental studies of rainbow trout populations exposed to field applications of Roundup® herbicide
This paper reports the effects of Roundup®3 herbicide (MON 02139) on rainbow trout viability and behavior in several field experiments at the University of British Columbia Research Forest.Expand
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SMALL MAMMALS AND STAND STRUCTURE IN YOUNG PINE, SEED-TREE, AND OLD-GROWTH FOREST, SOUTHWEST CANADA
Alternative silvicultural systems to clearcutting are receiving considerable attention in Pacific Northwest forests of North America. Understanding the implications of these harvesting systems onExpand
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THE USE OF ALTERNATIVE FOODS TO REDUCE LODGEPOLE PINE SEED PREDATION BY SMALL MAMMALS
(1) Lodgepole pine seed predation by deer mice and related small mammals has been studied at three interior areas of British Columbia, Canada. (2) When the distribution and abundance of rodent seedExpand
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Effects of roundup® herbicide on diatom populations in the aquatic environment of a coastal forest
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Stand structure and the abundance and diversity of plants and small mammals in natural and intensively managed forests.
Little attention has been given to investigating biodiversity in managed forests. Pre-commercial thinning (PCT) and fertilization have been used successfully to increase growth of coniferous trees,Expand
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Use of predator odors as repellents to reduce feeding damage by herbivores
The effectiveness of predator odors (fecal, urine, and anal scent gland) in suppressing feeding damage by snowshoe hares was investigated in pen bioassays at the University of British ColumbiaExpand
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Use of predator odors as repellents to reduce feeding damage by herbivores
The effectiveness of predator odors (fecal and urine) in suppressing feeding damage by black-tailed deer was investigated in pen bioassays at the University of British Columbia Research Forest, MapleExpand
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Influence of conventional and chemical thinning on stand structure and diversity of plant and mammal communities in young lodgepole pine forest
Abstract Silvicultural practices that provide a wide variety of vegetative composition and structure (habitats) in young stands should help manage for biological diversity across forested landscapes.Expand
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