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Design of ecoregional monitoring in conservation areas of high-latitude ecosystems under contemporary climate change

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Design of ecoregional monitoring in conservation areas of high-latitude ecosystems under contemporary climate change; 2011; Article; Journal; Biological Conservation; Beever, E. A.; Woodward, A.

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Land ownership in Alaska includes a mosaic of federally managed units. Within its agency’s context, each unit has its own management strategy, authority, and resources of conservation concern, many of which are migratory animals. Though some units are geographically isolated, many are nevertheless linked by paths of abiotic and biotic flows, such as rivers, air masses, flyways, and terrestrial and aquatic migration routes. Furthermore, individual land units exist within the context of a larger landscape pattern of shifting conditions, requiring managers to understand at larger spatial scales the status and trends in the synchrony and spatial concurrence of species and associated suitable habitats. Results of these changes will determine [...]

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Erik A. Beever, Andrea Woodward
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doi http://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/mods-outline-3-5.html#identifier doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2010.06.022
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