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Dispersal, habitat use, and survival of native forest songbirds in an urban landscape
Because movement between habitat patches isolated by urban development may be necessary for bird populations to remain viable, I examined correlates between land cover, bird survival, habitat use, and mobility during the post-fledging period. I used radio telemetry to measure the movements of 122 fledglings of four species ...
Measurement and modeling of the forest carbon resource in the Nothofagus forests of Tierra del Fuego, Chile
This research quantifies the carbon stored in Nothofagus-dominated forests of Tierra del Fuego, Chile, and investigates a number of factors that influence the amount of carbon stored in these forest ecosystems. An intensive inventory of above-ground forest biomass, including live trees, snags, and downed coarse woody debris, ...