Meta-analysis of California Spotted Owl ( Strix occidentalis occidentalis ) territory occupancy in the Sierra Nevada : Habitat associations and their implications for forest management

@inproceedings{Tempel2016MetaanalysisOC,
  title={Meta-analysis of California Spotted Owl ( Strix occidentalis occidentalis ) territory occupancy in the Sierra Nevada : Habitat associations and their implications for forest management},
  author={Douglas J. Tempel and John J. Keane and Rocky J Guti{\'e}rrez and Jared d. Wolfe and Gavin M. Jones and Alexander Koltunov and Carlos A. Molina Ram{\'i}rez and William J. Berigan and Claire Gallagher and Thomas E. Munton and Paula A. Shaklee and Sheila A. Whitmore and Mike Peery},
  year={2016}
}
We assessed the occupancy dynamics of 275 California Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis occidentalis) territories in 4 study areas in the Sierra Nevada, California, USA, from 1993 to 2011. We used Landsat data to develop maps of canopy cover for each study area, which we then used to quantify annual territory-specific habitat covariates. We modeled the… CONTINUE READING