• Biology
  • Published 2005

Range-wide abundance and fluctuating asymmetry patterns of sagebrush-obligate passerine birds

@inproceedings{Krissman2005RangewideAA,
  title={Range-wide abundance and fluctuating asymmetry patterns of sagebrush-obligate passerine birds},
  author={Cortnie M. Krissman},
  year={2005}
}
approved: ______________________________________________________________ W. Daniel Edge North American sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) ecosystems are suffering from reductions in habitat extent and quality. Only about 50% of sagebrush remains from pre-settlement conditions, and much of the remaining habitat is fragmented or degraded by invasive species, fire suppression and overgrazing. Sagebrush-obligate species are experiencing population declines as a result of these ecosystem changes. To… CONTINUE READING

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