OBSERVING WILDLIFE IN THE CROWNS OF OLD-GROWTH TREES USING MOTION- SENSITIVE CAMERAS

@inproceedings{Lank2007OBSERVINGWI,
  title={OBSERVING WILDLIFE IN THE CROWNS OF OLD-GROWTH TREES USING MOTION- SENSITIVE CAMERAS},
  author={David B Lank},
  year={2007}
}
Introduction Forest canopies, defined as the sum of all tree crowns in a forest stand, are habitats of global importance to biodiversity (Ozanne et al. 2003). In the canopies of temperate old-growth rainforests of British Columbia, lichens and mosses form thick vegetative mats on tree limbs (Franklin and Spies 1991, Sillett and Neitlich 1996). The Carmanah Valley of Vancouver Island supports a unique community of soil microarthropods (Winchester and Ring 1996, Winchester 2006). Forest canopies… CONTINUE READING