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The influence of forest management on headwater stream amphibians at multiple spatial scales

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The influence of forest management on headwater stream amphibians at multiple spatial scales; 2005; Article; Journal; Ecological Applications; Stoddard, M.; Hayes, J. P.

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Understanding how habitat structure at multiple spatial scales influences vertebrates can facilitate development of effective conservation strategies, but until recently most studies have focused on habitat relationships only at fine or intermediate scales. In particular, patterns of amphibian occurrence across broad spatial scales are not well studied, despite recent concerns over regional and global declines. We examined habitat relationships of larval and neotenic Pacific giant salamanders (Dicamptodon tenebrosus), larval and adult Pacific tailed frogs (Ascaphus truei) (hereafter 'tailed frogs'), and torrent salamanders (Rhyacotriton spp.) at three spatial scales (2-m sample unit, intermediate, and drainage). In 1998 and 1999, we [...]

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