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Demography of northern flying squirrels informs ecosystem management of western interior forests.
We studied northern flying squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus) demography in the eastern Washington Cascade Range to test hypotheses about regional and local abundance patterns and to inform managers ofExpand
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Landscape permeability for large carnivores in Washington: a geographic information system weighted-distance and least-cost corridor assessment.
Singleton, Peter H.; Gaines, William L.; Lehmkuhl, John F. 2002. Landscape permeability for large carnivores in Washington: a geographic information system weighted-distance and least-cost corridorExpand
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Modeling the effects of environmental disturbance on wildlife communities: avian responses to prescribed fire.
Prescribed fire is a management tool used to reduce fuel loads on public lands in forested areas in the western United States. Identifying the impacts of prescribed fire on bird communities inExpand
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Snag dynamics in a chronosequence of 26 wildfires on the east slope of the Cascade Range in Washington State, USA
Snag numbers and decay class were measured on a chronosequence of 26 wildfires (ages 1-81 years) on the east slope of the Cascade Range in Washington. Snag longevity and resultant snag densitiesExpand
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Truffle abundance and mycophagy by northern flying squirrels in eastern Washington forests.
Abstract Although much is known about truffle abundance and rodent mycophagy in mesic Douglas-fir forests in the Pacific Northwest, few data are available for dry interior montane forests dominatedExpand
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Barred Owl Space Use and Habitat Selection in the Eastern Cascades, Washington
Abstract Competition with barred owls (Strix varia varia) is an important factor contributing to the continued decline of threatened northern spotted owl (Strix occidentalis caurina) populations inExpand
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Elk Pellet-Group Decomposition and Detectability in Coastal Forests of Washington
Short count intervals ( 90% of overwinter pellet groups in coastal rain forests on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington. We analyzed effects of elevation and aspect in a randomized block experimentalExpand
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Seeing the forest for the fuel: Integrating ecological values and fuels management
Management of dry forests often involves trade-offs between ecological values, particularly those associated with closed-canopy forests, and reduction of severe wildlife risk. We review principlesExpand
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Interaction of fungal sporocarp production with small mammal abundance and diet in Douglas-fir stands of the southern Cascade range
Cazares et al "Interaction of fungal sporocarp production with small mammal abundance and diet in Douglas-fir stands of the southern Cascade range." Northwest Science. 1999; 73(SPEC. ISSUE): 64-76
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Monitoring Biodiversity : Quantification and Interpretation
Monitoring is necessary for an adaptive management approach and the successful implementation of ecosystem management. In this document, we present an approach to monitoring biological diversity atExpand
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