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Abstract Decline of the Northern Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis caurina) has drawn attention to the management of oldgrowth and late-successional forest habitat in the Canadian Pacific Northwest. Here we expand this focus to include 138 additional species of vertebrates and vascular plants that...
Abstract Conservation and politics are inextricably linked for the Northern Spotted Owl which lives in economically valuable old-growth coniferous forests. Approximately 8% of the global range is located in Canada, with an estimated population of less than 30 pairs - all residing in the...
Abstract This review focuses on woody bamboos with the highest diversity recorded in the Asia-Pacific region where bamboos play a major role in ecosystem dynamics in many forests. Bamboos are among the least studied of all higher plants since they flower at long intervals and traditional plant...
Abstract Semi-agricultural fields are part of the rural and urban landscape of Sri Lanka. This study examines the bees that forage and nest in a semi-agricultural field within the University Park. A year round study in the 11 ha site yielded 53 species of bees in 27 genera and 3 families. Their...
Abstract The Ream National Park (Preah Sihanouk National Park) in southern Cambodia harbours some of the most vulnerable and threatened ecosystems in South East Asia. At least 16 Red-List fauna species are found in the Park. On a regional scale the surrounding areas and neighbouring city,...
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