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Ordination of breeding birds in relation to environmental gradients in three southeastern United States floodplain forestsAuthor(s): James S. Wakeley; Michael P. Guilfoyle; Terry J. Antrobus; Richard A. Fischer; Wylie C. Jr. Barrow; Paul B. Hamel
Source: Wetlands Ecology and Management (2007) 15:417-439
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionWe used an ordination approach to identify factors important to the organization of breeding bird communities in three floodplains: Cache River, Arkansas (AR), Iatt Creek, Louisiana '(LA), and the Coosawhatchie River, South Carolina (SC), USA.
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CitationWakeley, James S.; Guilfoyle, Michael P.; Antrobus, Terry J.; Fischer, Richard A.; Barrow, Wylie C. Jr.; Hamel, Paul B. 2007. Ordination of breeding birds in relation to environmental gradients in three southeastern United States floodplain forests. Wetlands Ecology and Management (2007) 15:417-439
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