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    Author(s): Margaret K. Trani; W. Mark Ford; Brian R. Chapman
    Date: 2007
    Source: In: Trani, Margaret K.; Ford, W. Mark; Chapman, Brian R., eds. The land manager's guide to mammals of the South. Durham, NC: The Nature Conservancy; Atlanta, GA: U.S. Forest Service: 1-9.
    Publication Series: Other
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    The South has an impressive diversity of mammal associations and terrestrial communities. These communities range from montane spruce-fir forests to tropical hardwoods and from coastal dunes to dry prairies. Centuries of settlement and land use change have shaped and modified the mammal communities observed in the South today.

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    Trani, Margaret K.; Ford, W. Mark; Chapman, Brian R. 2007. Introduction to mammals of the South Chapter 1. In: Trani, Margaret K.; Ford, W. Mark; Chapman, Brian R., eds. The land manager’s guide to mammals of the South. Durham, NC: The Nature Conservancy; Atlanta, GA: U.S. Forest Service: 1-9.

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