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Forest Wildlife Ecology and Habitat Management

Handbook / Manual
By: David R Patton
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: 9781439837023 Hardback Oct 2010 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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About this book

Combining concepts of forest and wildlife management, this book provides resources and research, practical field experience, and planning and inventory methods for sustaining forest wildlife populations. Beginning with background and definitions, it discusses land management activities, engineering, natural resource disciplines, and timber, wildlife, range, and watershed management techniques. It covers forest diversity, forest succession, healthy forest conditions, and forests as ecological systems. It also presents a wildlife data model of various forest species and forest cover types by region and state. An accompanying CD-ROM instructs on the practical application of this information.

Contents

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
272 pages, 48 b/w photos and illustrations, tables
Publisher: CRC Press
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