2 edition of Avian and amphibian use of fenced and unfenced stock ponds in northeastern Oregon forests found in the catalog.
Avian and amphibian use of fenced and unfenced stock ponds in northeastern Oregon forests
Evelyn L. Bull
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, OR (333 S.W. First Ave., P.O. Box 3890, Portland 97208-3890)
Written in English
|Statement||Evelyn L. Bull, Jerry W. Deal, and Janet E. Hohmann.|
|Series||Research paper PNW -- RP-539., Research paper PNW -- 539.|
|Contributions||Deal, Jerry W., Hohmann, Janet E., Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)|
|LC Classifications||SD11 .A45614 no. 539, QL684.O6 .A45614 no. 539|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 p. :|
|LC Control Number||2002320701|
Many sources contribute to entrapment and drowning impacts to birds, including: Oil, tar and brine pits, Evaporation ponds, Tanks and tubs, heater-treaters, trays, and other open-top containers Oil spills Fishing nets and gear An estimated , to 1 million birds are killed annually in oil pits. Baisa found that avian assemblages are highly nested in palustrine emergent wetlands in northeastern Illinois. He measured nestedness by constructing a binary matrix of species presence and absence across sites. Nestedness was also quantified using the Mann-Whitney U-test in his study. The goal of this project was to sample the wetlands as Baisa had done in his study. By doing so, we will have Author: James M. McAley.
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Of fenced and unfenced stock ponds in northeastern Oregon forests. Res. Pap. PNW-RP Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.
9 p. The abundance of birds and amphibian larvae was compared between fenced and unfenced stock ponds in to determine if fencing improved the habitat for. Avian and amphibian use of fenced and unfenced stock ponds in northeastern Oregon forests (OCoLC) Online version: Bull, Evelyn L.
Avian and amphibian use of fenced and unfenced stock ponds in northeastern Oregon forests. Portland, OR ( S.W. Get this from a library. Avian and amphibian use of fenced and unfenced stock ponds in northeastern Oregon forests. [Evelyn L Bull; Jerry W Deal; Janet E Hohmann; Pacific.
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Bull, Janet E. Hohmann, Jerry W. Deal, and Or.) Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland (page images at HathiTrust). Is livestock grazing compatible with amphibian diversity in the High Mountains of Crdoba, Argentina.
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Bull, Jerry W. Deal, and Janet E. Hohmann. Trout Habitat, Abundance, and Fishing Opportunities in Fenced. vs Unfenced Riparian Habitat along Sheep Creek, Colorado. Robert J. Stuber 2. AbstractFencing was used to protect 40 hectares of riparian stream habitat along km of Sheep Creek.
Colorado. from adverse impacts due to heavy streamside recreation use and. Oct 15, · Therefore, we evaluated avian use of snags created by topping live trees with mechanical harvesters in commercially managed forests in the western Oregon Cascade Range, USA.
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Start studying unit 4 bio. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Browse. Some tropical rain forests are the source of a plant that proved to be useful in fighting: Eight species of woodpeckers coexist in Oregon forests. All feed on insects and nest in hollow trees, but the details of.
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Of the 41 avian species observed in three or more studies comparing early post-fire and adjacent unburned forests, 22% are consistently more abundant in burned forests, 34% are usually more abun.To understand the role of pine forests in an urban/agricultural matrix for avian diversity conservation, we investigated how avian species richness (number of species) changes along an urban.