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Contribution of Federal & Non-Federal Habitat to Persistence of the Northern Spotted Owl on the Olympic Penin., WA: Report of the Reanalysis Team
Contribution of Federal & Non-Federal Habitat to Persistence of the Northern Spotted Owl on the Olympic Penin., WA: Report of the Reanalysis Team
 
Our Price: $30.00
Year: 1995
Pages: 68
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756706491

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Richard S. Holthausen (au). Analyzes likely patterns of distribution & persistence of northern spotted owls on the Olympic Peninsula. Focuses on the effects of Federal habitat under provisions of the Northwest Forest Plan; additional benefits to the owl populations of different levels of habitat retention on non-Federal lands; effect of establishing a habitat connection between the Olympic Peninsula & other parts of the owl’s range; the likely rate of habitat re-growth in the National Forest & its effect on the owl population; & the likely effect of a worst-case fire. A spatially explicit population model for northern spotted owls was used for the analysis. Reviews current information on demographics & likely owl population numbers on the Olympic Peninsula. Illustrations.

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