Edited By: RL Knight, FW Smith, SW Buskirk, WH Romme and WL Baker
488 pages, 11 b/w photos, 6 illus, 38 tabs, 19 maps
Addresses both human and natural factors that lead to forest fragmentation, and examines the effects these circumstances have on the health of Rocky Mountain forests and on the area's native biodiversity.
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