Habitat selection of American marten in a logged landscape at the southern fringe of the boreal forest

@inproceedings{Godbout2008HabitatSO,
  title={Habitat selection of American marten in a logged landscape at the southern fringe of the boreal forest},
  author={G. Godbout and J. Ouellet},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract American marten (Martes americana), a species sensitive to intensive logging, is often associated with old-growth coniferous forest. Recent results, however, question the specificity of this association. We studied habitat selection of marten at the southern fringe of the boreal forest, in mixed forest types. The presence of a white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) wintering area protected part of the study area from large-scale intensive logging [clear-cuts with protection of… Expand
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