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Creating and Maintaining Wildlife, Insect, and Fish Habitat Structures in Dead Wood

@inproceedings{Brown2002CreatingAM,
  title={Creating and Maintaining Wildlife, Insect, and Fish Habitat Structures in Dead Wood},
  author={T. Brown},
  year={2002}
}
  • T. Brown
  • Published 2002
  • Dead wood is an important component of the forest for many species. In many locations, however, the presence of dead wood has declined, and there is a need to make what is left more suitable for the myriad of creatures dependent on this material. In this paper, I will summarize the value of dead wood for these species and describe methods for improving the dead wood component of the forest to meet the needs of a variety of vertebrates and invertebrates. Creating Wildlife Habitat Structures in… CONTINUE READING
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