M. Anthony Melchiors

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We examined nesting success and levels of nest predation and cowbird parasitism among five different silvicultural treatments: regenerating (3–6 years old ), mid-rotation (12–15 years old), and thinned (17–23 years old) pine plantations, single-tree selection, and late-rotation pine-hardwood stands in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas from 1993 to 1995. We(More)
—The Coastal Tailed Frog is one of the best studied headwater amphibians in the Pacific Northwest, yet we know very little about either its seasonal movements or its distribution within and among headwater basins. During August through October 2000–2002, we studied Coastal Tailed Frogs in 81 headwater basins from managed forests in the Stillman Creek(More)
We compared serum glucose concentration and percent glycosylated hemoglobin (GH) in captive and wild white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) to determine stability of glucose relative to GH. Temporal changes in levels of serum glucose and GH were ascertained from serial blood samples collected from three captive deer over a 2-week period. State of(More)
Conservation of biodiversity on forest landscapes dominated by plantations has become an increasingly important topic, and opportunities to maintain or enhance biodiversity within these forests need to be recognized and applied. Riparian buffers of mature forest retained along streams in managed forest landscapes offer an opportunity to enhance biodiversity(More)
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