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Inference of timber harvest effects on survival of stream amphibians is complicated by movement

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Chelgren, N.D., Adams, M.J., 2017, Inference of timber harvest effects on survival of stream amphibians is complicated by movement: Copeia, v. 105, no. 4, p. 714-727, https://doi.org/10.1643/CE-16-573.

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The effects of contemporary logging practices on headwater stream amphibians have received considerable study but with conflicting or ambiguous results. We posit that focusing inference on demographic rates of aquatic life stages may help refine understanding, as aquatic and terrestrial impacts may differ considerably. We investigated in-stream survival and movement of two stream-breeding amphibian species within a before-after timber harvest experiment in the Oregon Coast Range. We used recaptures of marked individuals and a joint probability model of survival, movement, and capture probability, to measure variation in these rates attributed to stream reach, stream gradient, pre- and post-harvest periods, and the timber harvest intensity. [...]

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