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Relationships between small mammal survival and coarse woody debris in managed forests: a matter of spatial scale - Small Mammal Habitat Data

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Start Date
1998-07
End Date
1998-10

Summary

Woody shrub cover and above-ground coarse woody debris volume data collected on 10-m line intercepts centered on small mammal trap stations in two closed-canopy stands of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) managed for wood products in the central Oregon Coast Range.

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Purpose

Data were collected as part of a CFER-funded pilot study to examine small mammal dispersal along riparian habitats and population responses to downed wood in the Oregon Coast Range.

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  • Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center (FRESC)

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