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Forestry effects on vertebrate species habitats in the riparian zoneAuthor(s): Mariko Yamasaki
Source: In: Wagner, Robert G.; Hagan, John M., eds. Forestry and the Riparian Zone; 26 October 2000; Orono, ME. Orono, ME: University of Maine: 31-35.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThree factors influence a coarse-filter approach to the providing wildlife habitat in riparian areas in the northeastern United States. These are: 1) degree of riparian-upland forest connectivity; 2) water regime; and 3) key vegetation structures present in riparian areas that are important to terrestrial vertebrate species.
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CitationYamasaki, Mariko. 2000. Forestry effects on vertebrate species habitats in the riparian zone. In: Wagner, Robert G.; Hagan, John M., eds. Forestry and the Riparian Zone; 26 October 2000; Orono, ME. Orono, ME: University of Maine: 31-35.
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