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The California Wildlife/Fish Habitat Relationship SystemAuthor(s): William E. Grenfell; Hal Salwasser; William F. Laudenslayer
Source: Transactions of the Western Section of the Wildlife Society. 18: 27-33.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe California Wildlife/Fish Habitat Relationships (WFHR) System is an ongoing effort to apply our knowledge of wildlife habitat requirements to identify and explain the consequences of proposed land use activities, particularly those activities that affect vegetation. The U.S. Forest Service initiated the WFHR program in California in 1976 and has developed it for all Forest Service lands in the state. The California Department of Fish and Game is currently expanding the WFHR program to include non-Forest Service lands in California.
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CitationGrenfell, William E.; Salwasser, Hal; Laudenslayer, William F. 1982. The California Wildlife/Fish Habitat Relationship System. Transactions of the Western Section of the Wildlife Society. 18: 27-33.
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