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Reserve design for territorial species: the effects of patch size and spacing on the viability of the northern spotted owlAuthor(s): R.H. Lamberson; B.R. Noon; C. Voss; K.S. McKelvey
Source: Conservation Biology 8:185-195
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationLamberson, R.H.; Noon, B.R.; Voss, C.; McKelvey, K.S. 1994. Reserve design for territorial species: the effects of patch size and spacing on the viability of the northern spotted owl. Conservation Biology 8:185-195
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