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Estimation of insect biomass by length and width
-Length-weight regression models were generated for 10 orders and 35 families of adult and larval insects using a power model. Additional models were generated that incorporated width as anExpand
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Use of regenerating clearcuts by late-successional bird species and their young during the post-fledging period
From 1995 to 1999, we mist-netted birds in regenerating clearcuts within a primarily forested landscape of West Virginia and Virginia to determine the extent that both resident and migrant birds andExpand
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Cultural Issues in Comprehensive School Reform
This article's primary interest is an exploration of the complexities of educational and social conditions encountered by African American males in public schools. It focuses on the ability andExpand
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TERRITORY SIZE OF A MIGRATORY SONGBIRD IN RESPONSE TO CATERPILLAR DENSITY AND FOLIAGE STRUCTURE
The food value theory of territoriality predicts an inverse relationship between territory size and food density. However, several non-mutually exclusive hypotheses can explain this relationship. WeExpand
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Effects of body size and sex of Drymarchon couperi (eastern indigo snake) on habitat use, movements, and home range size in Georgia
The federally threatened eastern indigo snake (Drymarchon couperi), native to the southeastern Coastal Plain of the United States, has experienced population declines caused primarily by habitatExpand
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BREEDING BIOLOGY OF ACADIAN FLYCATCHERS IN A BOTTOMLAND HARDWOOD FOREST
From 1993-1995, we located and monitored 601 Acadian Flycatcher (Empidonax virescens) nests in a large contiguous tract of bottomland hardwood forest on the White River National Wildlife Refuge,Expand
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Conservation in the face of climate change: The roles of alternative models, monitoring, and adaptation in confronting and reducing uncertainty
The broad physical and biological principles behind climate change and its potential large scale ecological impacts on biota are fairly well understood, although likely responses of bioticExpand
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