Amphibian and reptile community response to coarse woody debris manipulations in upland loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) forests

@inproceedings{Owens2008AmphibianAR,
  title={Amphibian and reptile community response to coarse woody debris manipulations in upland loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) forests},
  author={Audrey K. Owens and Kurtis R. Moseley and T S Mccay and Steven B. Castleberry and John C. Kilgo and William M. Ford},
  year={2008}
}
Coarse woody debris (CWD) has been identified as a key microhabitat component for groups that are moisture and temperature sensitive such as amphibians and reptiles. However, few experimental manipulations have quantitatively assessed amphibian and reptile response to varying CWD volumes within forested environments. We assessed amphibian and reptile response to large-scale, CWD manipulation within managed loblolly pine stands in the southeastern Coastal Plain of the United States from 1998 to… CONTINUE READING

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