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Biodiversity management approaches for stream-riparian areas: perspectives for Pacific Northwest headwater forests, microclimates, and amphibians.Author(s): D.H. Olson; P.D. Anderson; C.A. Frissell; H.H. Welsh; D.F. Bradford
Source: Forest Ecology and Management. 246: 81-107
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionNew science insights are redefining stream riparian zones, particularly relative to headwaters, microclimate conditions, and fauna such as amphibians. We synthesize data on these topics, and propose management approaches to target sensitive biota at reach to landscape scales.
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CitationOlson, D.H.; Anderson, P.D.; Frissell, C.A.; Welsh, H.H.; Bradford, D.F. 2007. Biodiversity management approaches for stream-riparian areas: perspectives for Pacific Northwest headwater forests, microclimates, and amphibians. Forest Ecology and Management. 246: 81-107
KeywordsRiparian buffers, riparian patch reserves, amphibians, microclimate, connectivity
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