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Landscape Correlates of Breeding Bird Richness Across the United States Mid-Atlantic RegionAuthor(s): K. Bruce Jones; Anne C. Neale; Maliha S. Nash; Kurt H. Riitters; James D. Wickham; Robert V. O'Neill; Rick D. van Remortel
Source: Enviromental Monitoring and Assessment 63: 159-174
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionUsing a new set of landscape indicator data generated by the U.S. EPA, and a comprhensive breeding database from the National Breeding Bird Survey, we evaluated associations between breeding bird richness and landscape characteristics across the entire mid-Atlantic region of the United States.
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CitationJones, K. Bruce; Neale, Anne C.; Nash, Maliha S.; Riitters, Kurt H.; Wickham, James D.; O''Neill, Robert V.; van Remortel, Rick D. 2000. Landscape Correlates of Breeding Bird Richness Across the United States Mid-Atlantic Region. Enviromental Monitoring and Assessment 63: 159-174
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