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Forest landscapes: Their effect on the interaction of the southern pine beetle and red-cockaded woodpeckerAuthor(s): Robert N. Coulson; Maria D. Guzman; Karen Skordinski; Jeffrey W. Fitzgerald; Richard N. Conner; D. Craig Rudolph; Forrest L. Oliveria; Douglas F. Wunneburger; Paul E. Pulley
Source: Journal of Forestry. 97(10): 4-11
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe nature of the interaction of the southern pine beetle and red-cockaded woodpecker was investidgated using spatially explicit information on the structure of a forest landscape mosiac and knowledge of the behavior of the two organisms. This interaction is the basis for defind functional heterogeneity - how an organism perceives and responds to the elements forming the landscape. Implications for forest landscape managment are discussed. The approach used illustrates how information on landscape configuration can be used with knowledge of animal behavior to investigate species interaction in forests.
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CitationCoulson, Robert N.; Guzman, Maria D.; Skordinski, Karen; Fitzgerald, Jeffrey W.; Conner, Richard N.; Rudolph, D. Craig; Oliveria, Forrest L.; Wunneburger, Douglas F.; Pulley, Paul E. 1999. Forest landscapes: Their effect on the interaction of the southern pine beetle and red-cockaded woodpecker. Journal of Forestry. 97(10): 4-11.
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