Biophysical Factors, Land Use, and Species Viability in and around Nature Reserves

@inproceedings{Hansen2002BiophysicalFL,
  title={Biophysical Factors, Land Use, and Species Viability in and around Nature Reserves},
  author={Andrew J. Hansen and Jay J. Rotella},
  year={2002}
}
Many nature reserves are located in landscapes with extreme biophysical conditions. We examined the effects of interactions between biophysical factors and land use on bird population viability inside and out- side of Yellowstone National Park. Our hypotheses were as follows: (1) biophysical factors constrain bird species richness and bird reproduction at higher elevations; (2) nature reserves are located at higher elevations, whereas private lands and more intense land use occur mostly at… CONTINUE READING

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