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Influence of Roads on Movements of Small Mammals
The landscape of the world is becoming more dissected by roads each year due to the growing human population. Numerous studies have documented the direct impact of roads on wildlife by examiningExpand
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Influence of land-use and conservation programs on wetland plant communities of the semiarid United States Great Plains
Abstract Depressional wetlands are predominant surface hydrological features providing critical societal ecosystem services in the semiarid United States High Plains. Critical wetland properties mayExpand
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Intraspecific Phylogeography of Red Squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) in the Central Rocky Mountain Region of North America
We used variation in a portion of the mitochondrial DNA control region to examine phylogeography of Tamiasciurus hudsonicus, a boreal-adapted small mammal in the central Rocky Mountain region. AMOVAExpand
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Predicting dispersal-limitation in plants: Optimizing planting decisions for isolated wetland restoration in agricultural landscapes
Abstract Isolated wetlands are often degraded by agriculture, increasing sediment accretion and altering plant composition. Two common opposing wetland restoration practices are self-design vs.Expand
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Efficacy of depletion models for estimating abundance of endangered fishes in streams
Abstract Conservation programs for imperiled fish require a sampling method for quantifying their habitat relationships and their progress toward recovery, via abundance estimation and subsequentExpand
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Year-round water management for desert bighorn sheep corresponds with visits by predators not bighorn sheep
Managing water (e.g., catchments) to increase the abundance and distribution of game is popular in arid regions, especially throughout the southwest United States, where biologists often manage waterExpand