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Spotted owl turnover and reproduction in managed forests of north-coastal CaliforniaAuthor(s): D.M. Thome; C.J. Zabel; L.V. Diller
Source: Journal of Field Ornithology. 71(1):140-146
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationThome, D.M.; Zabel, C.J.; Diller, L.V. 2000. Spotted owl turnover and reproduction in managed forests of north-coastal California. Journal of Field Ornithology. 71(1):140-146
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