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View Resource Thresholds in Avian Communities at Multiple Scales: RelationshipsBetween Birds, Forests, Habitats, and Landscapes in the Ray Roberts Greenbelt, Denton

Environmental management agencies make efforts to reduce pollution loading in streams and rivers by promoting vegetated buffer zones between human activity and water. Most of these efforts do not...
View Resource An Examination of the Riparian Bottomland Forest in North Central Texas through Ecology, History,Field Study, and Computer Simulation

This paper explores the characterization of a riparian bottomland forest in north central Texas in two ways: field study, and computer simulation with the model ZELIG. First, context is provided in...
View Resource Threats to At-Risk Species in America's Private Forests: A Forests on the Edge Report

America's private forests harbor thousands of species - from butterflies, bears, birds and bats; to salmon, snails and salamanders that inhabit streams and wetlands; to flowers, trees and shrubs that...
View Resource Comparison of IKONOS Derived Vegetation Index and LiDAR Derived Canopy Height Model for Grassland Management

Forest encroachment is understood to be the main reason for prairie grassland decline across the United States. In Texas and Oklahoma, juniper has been highlighted as particularly opportunistic. This...
View Resource Panhandle Wildlife Habitat Management

This Texas Parks and Wildlife site provides useful information on wildlife habitat management tools for landowners. There is a special link to wildlife management in the Texas panhandle that provides...
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