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Habitat Threats in the Sagebrush Ecosystem Methods of Regional Assessment and Applications in the Great Basin

Edited By: Michael J Wisdom, Mary M Rowland and Lowell H Suring
310 pages, colour photos, maps
Habitat Threats in the Sagebrush Ecosystem
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  • Habitat Threats in the Sagebrush Ecosystem ISBN: 9781891276415 Paperback Dec 2005 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Threats to sagebrush habitats are many, varied, and now manifesting over vast areas. This book describes methods and example applications to identify and map these threats to sagebrush habitats for benefit of wide array of associated species of conservation concern. Knowledge gained from this work provides an essential foundation for land-use planning and research in the sagebrush ecosystem of western North America. In that context, Habitat Threats in the Sagebrush Ecosystem is a "must-read" for scientists, land managers, and public users of the sagebrush ecosystem.

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Edited By: Michael J Wisdom, Mary M Rowland and Lowell H Suring
310 pages, colour photos, maps
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