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Short-term effects of logging on red-backed voles and deer mice

@article{Campbell1980ShorttermEO,
  title={Short-term effects of logging on red-backed voles and deer mice},
  author={T. Campbell and T. Clark},
  journal={The Great Basin naturalist},
  year={1980},
  volume={40},
  pages={17}
}
  • T. Campbell, T. Clark
  • Published 1980
  • Geography
  • The Great Basin naturalist
  • — Clearcutting and selective logging effects on red-backed voles (Clethrionomtjs gapperi) and deer mice (Peromysciis maniculatus) were studied (September-November, 1975; June-October, 1976) in Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wvoming. Five selective cuts (total 137 ha) removed 57 percent (range 34-74 percent) of the trees. One clearcut (9.6 ha) eliminate 84 percent of the trees. Soils remained mesic in selective cuts, but became xeric in the clearcut. Snap-trapping indicated that voles were most… CONTINUE READING
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