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Logging in western Oregon: responses of headwater habitats and stream amphibians

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Logging in western Oregon: responses of headwater habitats and stream amphibians; 1989; Article; Journal; Forest Ecology and Management; Corn, Paul Stephen; Bury, R. Bruce

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We compared occurrence and abundance of four species of aquatic amphibians in 23 streams flowing through uncut forests to 20 streams flowing through forests logged between 14 and 40 years prior to the study. Species richness was highest in streams in uncut forests. Eleven streams in uncut forests contained all four species, and only two of these streams had fewer than three species present. Eleven streams in logged stands had one or no species present, and only one contained all four species. Density and biomass of all four species were significantly greater (2–7 X) in streams in uncut forests. Physical comparisons between types of streams were similar, except that streams in logged stands had generally smaller substrata, resulting [...]

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