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Owl winter irruptions as an indicator of small mammal population cycles in the boreal forest of eastern North America
Contrary to what is observed in Fennoscandia, it seems to be widely accepted that small mammals do not exhibit multi-annual population cycles in the boreal forest of North America. However, in theExpand
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Marten space use and habitat selection in managed coniferous boreal forests of eastern Canada
Effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on the behavior of individual organisms may have direct consequences on population viability in altered forest ecosystems. The American marten (MartesExpand
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FIELD USE OF ISOFLURANE AS AN INHALANT ANESTHETIC IN THE AMERICAN MARTEN (MARTES AMERICANA)
We evaluated the effectiveness and practicality of using isoflurane as an inhalation anesthetic with oxygen as a gas carrier for American martens (Martes americana) in a field setting. Sixty-eightExpand
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Cyclic Dynamics of a Boreal Southern Red-Backed Vole Population in Northwestern Quebec
In Fennoscandia, red-backed vole populations (Myodes spp.) often show regular fluctuations of abundance of 3- to 5-year periods. In contrast, only a few populations show evidence of cyclicExpand
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Current status and future directions of traditional ecological knowledge in forest management: a review
In the last 25 years, the number of published studies that refer to traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) has constantly increased, with now more than 200 papers published each year. The objectiveExpand
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