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National forests and grasslands are home to a diverse array of wildlife. To keep tabs on the general viability and wellbeing of these inhabitants, land managers need practical, defensible monitoring protocols. Population monitoring is one method. Another is habitat monitoring, which provides…
Author(s): Natasha Vizcarra, Mary Rowland, Christina Vojta
Keywords: habitat monitoring, wildlife, protocols
Source: Science Findings 181. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 5 p.
Year: 2016
The purpose of this technical guide (hereafter referred to as the Species Protocol Technical Guide) is to provide guidelines for developing inventory and monitoring (I&M) protocols for wildlife, fish, and rare plants (WFRP) using the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service…
Author(s): David Vesely, Brenda C. McComb, Christina D. Vojta, Lowell H. Suring, Jurai Halaj, Richard S. Holthausen, Benjamin Zuckerberg, Patricia M. Manley
Keywords: inventory and monitoring, I&M, protocols, wildlife, fish, rare plants, WFRP
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-72. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. 100 p.
Year: 2006
To comply with legal mandates, meet local management objectives, or both, many federal, state, and tribal organizations have monitoring groups that assess stream habitat at different scales. This myriad of groups has difficulty sharing data and scaling up stream habitat assessments to regional or…
Author(s): Brett B. Roper, John M. Buffington, Stephen Bennett, Steven H. Lanigan, Eric Archer, Scott T. Downie, John Faustini, Tracy W. Hillman, Shannon Hubler, Kim Jones, Chris Jordan, Philip R. Kaufmann, Glenn Merritt, Chris Moyer, Allen Pleus
Keywords: protocols, monitoring, stream habitat, data collection methods, Pacific Northwest
Source: North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 30: 565-587.
Year: 2010
Between 2010 and 2012, Parc National de la Guadeloupe, Office National des Forêts, and Université des Antilles et de la Guyane established 9 permanent 1-ha plots in tropical rain forest of Basse-Terre Island (Guadeloupe). These plots comprise the Guadeloupian Forest Observatory, and are…
Author(s): G. Van Laere, Y. Gall, A. Rousteau
Keywords: permanent plots, Guadeloupe, forest dynamics, protocols
Source: Caribbean Naturalist Special issue no.1
Year: 2016