Cumulative effects of roads and logging on landscape structure in the San Juan Mountains, Colorado (USA)

@article{McGarigal2004CumulativeEO,
  title={Cumulative effects of roads and logging on landscape structure in the San Juan Mountains, Colorado (USA)},
  author={Kevin McGarigal and William H. Romme and Michele Crist and Ed Roworth},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={327-349}
}
In the southern Rocky Mountains of temperate North America, the effects of Euro-American activities on disturbance regimes and landscape patterns have been less ubiquitous and less straightforward in high-elevation landscapes than in low-elevation landscapes. Despite apparently little change in the natural disturbance regime, there is increasing concern that forest management activities related mainly to timber harvest and to the extensive network of roads constructed to support timber harvest… CONTINUE READING

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