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Forest Wildlife Ecology and Habitat Management

Handbook / Manual
By: David R Patton(Author)
272 pages, 48 b/w photos and illustrations, tables
Publisher: CRC Press
Forest Wildlife Ecology and Habitat Management
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  • Forest Wildlife Ecology and Habitat Management ISBN: 9780367383541 Paperback Sep 2019 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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About this book

Paperback reprint of a 2010 book.

Across the continental United States, one can identify 20 distinct forest cover types. Most of these are to be found on federal lands managed by the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management. Those responsible for the management of trees that form the 20 different cover types and the diversity of forest wildlife that reside in them must have a solid grounding in concepts of forest management, especially silviculture, as well as concepts of wildlife management, in order to integrate both as part of any effective natural resource management plan.

Forest Wildlife Ecology and Habitat Management provides both foresters and wildlife biologists responsible for managing forest resources with an integrated understanding of the relationship between forests and wildlife. Based on David Patton's 50 years of experience as a forester and wildlife biologist, the book shows readers how to look at forests as ecological systems and wildlife as part of the energy flow and nutrient cycling process within those systems. He offers readers a fundamental understanding of the natural processes that occur in a forest taking into consideration vegetation, water, and the natural effects of climate and time. He then provides a biological perspective on wildlife, discussing reproduction, behavior, feeding habits, and mobility. He also discusses the various influences on forests and wildlife by both natural and human-caused events.

Covering those forest types included in the U.S. National Atlas, and associating over 1,100 wildlife species with 20 major forest types in 48 states, Professor Patton provides recommendations for ways to restore and maintain wildlife habitat by direct and indirect coordination. Towards this end, the author
- Evaluates various approaches to integrate forestry and wildlife management
- Offers a number of practical management strategies, emphasizing a progressive holistic approach


Concepts and Theory
- Common Knowledge Axioms
- Wildlife in a Forest
- Environment of Forest Wildlife
- Plants in a Forest
- Water in a Forest
- Forest Diversity
- Vegetation
- Forests as Ecological Systems
- Forest Succession
- Healthy Forest Conditions

Survive and Reproduce
- Hazards
- Diseases
- Predators
- Humans
- Biology
- Resources

Integrating Forestry and Wildlife Management
- Toward a Common Perspective
- Forest Vegetation
- Forest Management
- Integrating Factors
- Wildlife Management
- Restore and Manage Resources and Diversity

Management Strategies
- Ecosystems
- Wildlife Habitat Relationships
- Ecological Factors
- Habitat Models
- Habitat Evaluation and Monitoring
- Integrated Management
- The Menominee Paradigm
- Planning
- Inventory
- Sampling

FAAWN: A Data Model for Forest Attributes and Wildlife Needs
- Database Management Systems
- The Data Model Design

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Handbook / Manual
By: David R Patton(Author)
272 pages, 48 b/w photos and illustrations, tables
Publisher: CRC Press
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