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View Resource Wetland Management for Amphibians in the Willamette Valley

Known threats to amphibians in the Willamette Valley, Oregon include habitat loss and alteration, and invasion of non-native species. Options for wetland managers and policy makers to protect native...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs2004-3039.pdf
View Resource Response of Birds to Thinning Young Douglas-fir Forests

Due to management policies and fire, many conifer forests in western Oregon are even-aged, dense Douglas-fir stands that may limit key habitat for some animals. Effects of thinning were seen within...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs-033-03.pdf
View Resource Biological Science in the Great Basin

Predominantly a high-altitude desert, the Great Basin is surprisingly full of life. Several USGS projects are profiled, including conserving the greater sage-grouse, determining rangeland health,...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs-2005-3004.pdf
View Resource Influence of Forest Management on Headwater Stream Amphibians at Multiple Spatial Scales

Habitat changes, such as logging and road building, can affect stream amphibians. Understanding the criteria important for each amphibian species and life stage, combined with how disturbances may...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs2004-3018.pdf
View Resource Biology and Invasive Species in the Western U.S.

The western U.S. is biologically rich, but invasive species find footholds on land and in water. USGS scientists are testing methods to inventory, control, and remove non-native species, developing...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/1683_Schuler.pdf
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