John Paul Hayes

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The Humboldt marten, Martes americana humboldtensis, has undergone a dramatic decline throughout its historical distribution in coastal Northwestern California. There is currently only one known population occupying an area occurring in <5% of the historical distribution of the subspecies. Conservation and management efforts to benefit this population are(More)
Wildlife response to natural disturbances such as fire is of conservation concern to managers, policy makers, and scientists, yet information is scant beyond a few well-studied groups (e.g., birds, small mammals). We examined the effects of wildfire severity on bats, a taxon of high conservation concern, at both the stand (<1 ha) and landscape scale in(More)
2 SUMMARY We report on the first year of field work investigating the ecology of American martens within the historical range of a recognized subspecies, Martes americana humboldtensis. Over the last 10 years considerable concern has arisen over the status of this subspecies. Currently there is only one known population occupying less than 5% of its(More)
Copyright and Moral Rights for the articles on this site are retained by the individual authors and/or other copyright owners. For more information on Open Research Online's data policy on reuse of materials please consult the policies page. Abstract As many of the challenges facing society are too complex to be addressed by single organizations working(More)
2 SUMMARY We report on the first two years of fieldwork investigating the ecology of American martens within the historical range of a recognized subspecies, Martes americana humboldtensis. The objectives of Phase I of this study are to determine the geographical distribution of this population, collect genetic material, collect demographic information and(More)
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