Severely insect-damaged forest: A temporary trap for red squirrels?

@article{Zugmeyer2009SeverelyIF,
  title={Severely insect-damaged forest: A temporary trap for red squirrels?},
  author={Claire A. Zugmeyer and J. Koprowski},
  journal={Forest Ecology and Management},
  year={2009},
  volume={257},
  pages={464-470}
}
  • Claire A. Zugmeyer, J. Koprowski
  • Published 2009
  • Biology
  • Forest Ecology and Management
  • Recent insect infestations in the spruce-fir forest in the Pinaleno Mountains of southeastern Arizona provided an opportunity to document response to severe forest disturbance and existence of an ecological trap for an endemic montane isolate, the endangered Mt. Graham red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus grahamensis). From September 2003 to December 2005 we assessed habitat selection and home range dynamics, and monitored potential correlates of fitness (body mass, reproduction, survivorship… CONTINUE READING
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