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Date
Aug, 2019
Title

Habitat Connectivity for Fishers & Martens in the Klamath Basin Region of CA & OR

Abstract

This report identifies important landscape connectivity areas in the mid-Klamath Basin of northern California and southern Oregon for two forest species of conservation concern: Pacific marten (Martes caurina) and Pacific fisher (Pekania pennanti). It assesses current connectivity status and identifies where connectivity could be improved through restoration or other actions. Results for the current condition could serve as a baseline against which to compare potential future conditions due to the effects of land management, climate change, fire, or other factors.

Recommended Citation:

Spencer, W., J. Brice, D. DiPietro, J. Gallo, M. Reilly, H. Romsos. 2019. Habitat Connectivity for Fishers and Martens in the Klamath Basin Region of California and Oregon. Conservation Biology Institute.

https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.8411909

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