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New Perspectives for Sustainable Natural Resources Management.
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Ecological Characteristics of Mature Forest Remnants Left by Wildfire
Abstract Our study objective was to develop a better understanding of the ecological significance of unburned forest remnants in successional sub-boreal landscapes created by fire. We characterizedExpand
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Sex and scale: implications for habitat selection by Alaskan moose Alces alces gigas
Abstract We examined the roles of sex and spatial scale in habitat selection by Alaskan moose Alces alces gigas. We GPS-collared 11 female and seven male adult moose in the Tongass National Forest,Expand
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The model forest concept: a model for future forest management?
Society has been wrestling with the concept of managing forests sustainably for several years. As one of the most widespread of the earth's ecosystems and as a renewable resource providing a wideExpand
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Strategies for Monitoring Terrestrial Animals and Habitats
This General Technical Report (GTR) addresses monitoring strategies for terrestrial animals and habitats. It focuses on monitoring associated with National Forest Management Act planning and isExpand
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Conservation biology from the perspective of natural resource management disciplines.
Although natural resource management encompasses a wide range of disciplines, those with the closest ties to conservation biology are the renewable resources: forestry, fisheries management, rangeExpand
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Nitrous oxide fluxes from grassland soils with different fertiliser regimes.
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Habitat Orientations of Forest Birds in Southeastern Alaska
Spr ing/summer bi rd_surrcys qere.onducted in coastal forest stands in southeast Alaska in 1978 and.I ( ) r ) . Thc l0 habir , r r caregor ie. survcred included , ipar ian and nunr ipar ian . i ruarExpand
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