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    McKelvey, K.S.; Noon, B.R.; Lamberson, R.H. 1993. Conservation planning for species occupying fragmented landscapes: the case of the northern spotted owl. Pages 424-450 in: Kareiva, P.M.; Kingsolver, J.G.; Huey, R.B., comps., eds. Biotic Interactions and Global Change. Sunderland, Massachuseets: Sinauer Assoc., Inc.

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