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  • Forks in the road: choices in procedures for designing wildland linkages
    Models are commonly used to identify lands that will best maintain the ability of wildlife to move between wildland blocks through matrix lands after the remaining matrix has become incompatible with wildlife movement. We offer a roadmap of 16 choices and assumptions that arise in designing linkages to facilitate movement or gene flow of focal species between 2 or more ...
  • Hierarchical genetic structure in fragmented populations of the little pocket mouse (Perognathus longimembris)
    The geographic genetic structure, based on sequence variation of an 810 base pair fragment of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene, is described for populations of five subspecies of the Little Pocket Mouse, Perognathus longimembris, from Southern California. One of these, P. l. pacificus (Pacific Pocket Mouse), is listed as Endangered by the U.S. Federal Government. Sixty-two unique haplotypes were ...
  • Forest fragmentation of the conterminous United States: Assessing forest intactness through road density and spatial characteristics
    Over the past few centuries, widespread disturbance of native forests of the conterminous United States has dramatically altered the composition, structure, extent, and spatial pattern of forestlands (Curtis 1956, Whitney 1994). These forests have been either permanently replaced by other land uses or degraded to varying degrees by unsustainable forestry practices, forest fragmentation, exotic species introduction, or alteration of natural ...
  • Marten Habitat Preferences in the Northern Sierra Nevada
    Escalating harvest of remnant old-growth forests in the Pacific Northwest has precipitated concern for marten (Martes amaericana) as an old-growth dependent species (Meslow et al. 1981). Although recent studies have increased our understanding of marten habitat requirements (Koehler adn Hornocker 1977, Soutiere 1979, Steventon and Major 1982), little in-depth research has been done in the Pacific states. Also, the influences ...
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