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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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The ecology and management of moist mixed-conifer forests in eastern Oregon and Washington: a synthesis of the relevant biophysical science and implications for future land management
Land managers in the Pacific Northwest have reported a need for updated scientific information on the ecology and management of mixed-conifer forests east of the Cascade Range in Oregon andExpand
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Restoring fire-prone Inland Pacific landscapes: seven core principles
ContextMore than a century of forest and fire management of Inland Pacific landscapes has transformed their successional and disturbance dynamics. Regional connectivity of many terrestrial andExpand
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Connectivity planning to address climate change.
As the climate changes, human land use may impede species from tracking areas with suitable climates. Maintaining connectivity between areas of different temperatures could allow organisms to moveExpand
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Informed multi-objective decision-making in environmental management using Pareto optimality
Effective decisionmaking in environmental management requires the consideration of multiple objectives that may conflict. Expand
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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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Focal species and landscape “naturalness” corridor models offer complementary approaches for connectivity conservation planning
ContextThe dual threats of habitat fragmentation and climate change have led to a proliferation of approaches for connectivity conservation planning. Corridor analyses have traditionally taken aExpand
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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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Using Weighted Distance and Least-Cost Corridor Analysis to Evaluate Regional-Scale Large Carnivore Habitat Connectivity in Washington
Population fragmentation and isolation are primary concerns for conservation of large carnivores. Highways are often important landscape features contributing to regional-scale habitat fragmentationExpand
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A multi-scale assessment of wildlife habitat connectivity and barriers to animal movement along 35 miles of Interstate 90 between Snoqualmie Pass and Cle Elum, Washington was conducted from JanuaryExpand
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