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by Richard L. Knight,Frederick W. Smith,Steven W. Buskirk,William H. Romme,William L. Baker

eBook Forest Fragmentation in the Southern Rocky Mountains epub
  • ISBN: 0870815415
  • Author: Richard L. Knight,Frederick W. Smith,Steven W. Buskirk,William H. Romme,William L. Baker
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Biological Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University Press of Colorado; First Edition edition (January 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 474 pages
  • ePUB size: 1210 kb
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488 pages, 11 b/w photos, 6 illus, 38 tabs, 19 maps. Publisher: University Press of Colorado. Addresses both human and natural factors that lead to forest fragmentation, and examines the effects these circumstances have on the health of Rocky Mountain forests and on the area's native biodiversity. 488 pages, 11 b/w photos, 6 illus, 38 tabs, 19 maps.

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W. Buskirk, W. H. Romme, & W. L. Baker (Ed., Forest Fragmentation in the Southern Rocky Mountains (pp. 31-54). Quantitative Regionalization of W. Mujib-Wala Sub-Watersheds (Southern Jordan) Using GIS and Multivariate Statistical Techniques. Yahya Farhan, Nisrin Al-Shaikh.

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Forest Fragmentation in the. Southern Rocky Mountains. Information about avian responses to fire in the . Rocky Mountains is based solely on studies of crown fires. Boulder, CO: University. Forest Fragmentation in the Southern. However, fire management in this region is based primarily on studies of low-elevation ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) forests maintained largely by frequent understory fires. In contrast to both of these trends, most Rocky Mountain forests are subject to mixed severity fire regimes.

Forest Fragmentation in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Fragmentation by inholdings and exurban development. In: R. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Boulder, CO: University Press of Colorado; 474 p. Kotliar, N. V. A. Saab, and H. D. Powell. Variation in fire regimes of the Rocky Mountains: implications for avian communities and fire management. Studies in Avian Biology. S. Hejl, R. Hutto, V. Saab, C. P. Melcher, and M. E. McFadzen.

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4 230 Forest Fragmentation Fragmentation results in a change in the patterning of the forest landscape. These changes are detrimental to some species (for example, pine martens or brown creepers) which require interior forest habitat

4 230 Forest Fragmentation Fragmentation results in a change in the patterning of the forest landscape. These changes are detrimental to some species (for example, pine martens or brown creepers) which require interior forest habitat. Such changes on the landscape may be beneficial to other species, such as deer, which thrive near forest edges.

The forests of the southern Rocky Mountains of Colorado and Wyoming are part of this region's natural heritage, providing priceless ecological value, essential natural resources, numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation, refuge for native biological diversity, and solitude to Americans who want to escape our crowded cities. Forest Fragmentation in the Southern Rocky Mountains aims to educate all those who appreciate these forests, so that they may become proper stewards of this spectacular environment. <P>The authors address both human and natural factors that lead to forest fragmentation, and they examine the effects these circumstances have on the health of Rocky Mountain forests and on the area's native biodiversity. In addition, Forest Fragmentation in the Southern Rocky Mountains offers a careful assessment of how we can manage forests in the decades to come--ensuring that the rich natural heritage supported by these forests is not compromised--while still using our forests for recreation, solitude, and natural resources.<P> <P>Richard Knight and Frederick Smith are professors of wildlife conservation and forest ecology, respectively, at Colorado State University. <P>William Baker and Steve Buskirk are professors of geography and wildlife ecology, respectively, at the University of Wyoming. <P>William Romme is professor of ecology at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado.
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