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Small-mammal herpetofauna abundance in riparian and upslope areas of five forest conditions
Douglas M. Gomez
Written in English
|Statement||by Douglas M. Gomez.|
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(). Small mammal and amphibian abundance in streamside and upslope habitats of mature Douglas-fir stands, western Oregon. (). Small mammal and herpetofauna abundance in riparian and upslope areas of five forest conditions. MS Thesis, (). HERPETOFAUNA Influences of environmental factors on Rough Guardian Frog (Limnonectes finchi) tadpole abundance in the streams of Danum Valley Conservation Area Abstract We investigated the distribution of tadpoles of Rough Guardian Frog (Limnonectes finchi) related to environmental factors within six streams in Danum Valley Conservation Size: KB.
mammals and herpetofauna between riparian and upslope habitats among. 5 forest types. Riparian- and upslope- associated species were identified based on capture frequency. Small mammal species richness was similar between stream and upslope habitats and among the 5 forest types. There were differences (Pabundances of 9 small mammal species among forest types. The total captures of small mammals . Small mammal and herpetofaunal abundance in riparian and upslope areas of five forest conditions. Master's thesis. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Gomez, D.M. and R.G. Anthony. Amphibian and reptile abundance in riparian and upslope areas of five forest types in western Oregon. Northwest Science –
Management of amphibians, reptiles, and small mammals in North America: Proceedings of the symposium Author: USDA Forest Service - Rocky Mountain Research Station Subject: RM-GTR Contents Keywords: amphibians, reptiles, small mammals, public lands management, herpetofauna, riparian ecosystem, North America Created Date: 4/24/ AM. However, there is a paucity of information on how riparian rehabilitation activities impact non-avian wildlife communities. I evaluated herpetofauna abundance, species richness, diversity (i.e., Shannon and Simpson indices), species-specific responses, and riparian microhabitat characteristics along three reaches (i.e., wildland, urban Author: Melanie Josianne Banville.
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Small mammal species richness was similar between stream and upslope habitats and among the 5 forest types. There were differences (PCited by: The abundance of small mammals and herpetofauna increased with complexity of vegetation structure.
Small mammal diversity was higher in herbaceous and wooded riparian strips, whereas the herpetofaunal community was more diverse in shrubby by: Abundance and richness of small mammal species clearly increased with increasing complexity of the vegetation structure in riparian strips.
Similar results were obtained in shelterbelts by Yahner () and Dambach (), who contended that linear habitats with all the vegetation strata shelter a greater abundance and diversity of small by: Overall, abundance and diversity of lizards and snakes decreased from near-stream to upslope areas in both forest conditions and seasons; while that of anurans followed this trend only for the.
on the herpetofauna of a desert ripar- ian ecosystem, I studied two low ele- vation (areas. Methods To compare herpetofaunas of an un- altered vs altered desert riparian eco- system, I chose study sites on the.
There was no difference in small mammal or amphibian species richness per transect between streamside and upslope transects. Community similarity between streamside and upslope habitats.
reaches were dominated by the built environment (i.e., Phoenix metropolitan area). I predicted that greater diversity of microhabitat and lower urbanization would promote herpetofauna abundance, richness, and diversity.
Inat each reach, I performed herpetofauna visual surveys five times along eight transects (n=24) spanning the riparian. Introduction. Riparian areas are terrestrial habitats adjacent to aquatic ecosystems.
Riparian areas are greatly influenced by their proximity to water and the primary controlling factor for riparian areas is the availability of water from in-stream or groundwater sources (Stromberg et al., ).In arid regions, riparian corridors are well developed along streams and form narrow, linear Cited by: 8.
I investigated small mammal communities and habitat associations within riparian and upland areas of a class S2 stream in Revelstoke, B.C. Sampling sites were distributed among three types of habitat: old-growth ICH forests, year-old clearcut, and clearcuts with 60 to 90m riparian buffers. I assessed small mammal populations and habitat associations along a transriparian gradient starting.
Only use them when small mammal and centipede densities are low (because of the predation risk to lizards). Pitfall trapping for herpetofauna (PDF, 1,K) This method detects ground-dwelling lizards in any habitat, taking care to exclude potential predators (e.g.
mammals, crabs) with mesh or a lid. Small-mammal herpetofauna abundance in riparian and upslope areas of five forest conditions. Abstract. Graduation date: I compared species composition and relative abundance of'small\ud mammals and herpetofauna between riparian and upslope habitats among 5\ud forest types.
Riparian- and upslope- associated species were identified\ud. UBBS - Distribution of herpetofauna and mammals in western Sydney Common name Scientific Name Cons Status Res. Status Local Government Area Geological Formation Habitat Source of Records Red-throated Skink Pseudomoia platynota b x x Wo, OR NPWS, AM, EIS Three-toed Skink Hemiergis decresiensis b x x x Wo, OR NPWS, AM,OTHER.
Small mammal and herpetofauna abundance in riparian and upslope areas of five forest conditions. Unpublished Master’s thesis. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Haeussler, S., D. Coates, and J. Mather. Autecology of Com-mon Plants in British Columbia: A Literature Review.
B.C. Ministry of. Final Report: Barail Herpetofauna Project, Aaranyak. Diversity and Distribution of Herpetofauna. and Evaluation of their Conservation Status in the Barail Hill Range (including the Barail Wildlife Sanctuary) Assam, Northeast India.
Final Report. February Abhijit Das. Division of Herpetology, Aaranyak. We compared species composition and relative abundance of herpetofauna between riparian and upslope habitats among 5 forest types (shrub, open sapling pole, large sawtimber and old growth conifer.
Individual study: Abundance of small mammals and herpetofauna was similar before and after a restoration fire in a forest in North Carolina, USA Published source details Ford W.M., Menzel M.A., McGill D.W., Laerm J. & McCay T.S. () Effects of a community restoration fire on small mammals and herpetofauna in the southern Appalachians.
Amphibian and reptile abundance in riparian and upslope areas of five forest types in western Oregon Northwest Science By: D.M. Gomez and R.G. Anthony. Gomez, D. and Anthony, R. Amphibian and reptile abundance in riparian and upslope areas of five forest types in western Oregon.
Northwest Sci., 70(2) Small mammal herpetofauna abundance in riparian and upslope areas of five forestOregon State Univ., Corvallis. Riparian areas were identifiable from uplands by higher plant cover and supported higher small mammal abundance.
Small mammal abundance was related to plant cover and decreased away from riparian. Gomez, D. Small mammal and herpetofauna abundance in riparian and upslope areas of five forest conditions.
Dissertation. Oregon State University, pp. Gomez, D. M., and R. Anthony. Small mammal abundance in riparian and upland areas of five seral stages in western Oregon. Northwest Science Government of. For riparian areas, ensure that the width of the forest buffer is adequate, 50– m, to protect streams and provide corridors for dispersal of herpetofauna and other animals.
If a seed source is nearby, light-seeded species such as ash (Fraxinus), maple (Acer), cottonwood .Herpetofauna is the least studied subject in the Nepal Himalaya.
Most of the studies in wildlife are focused on mammals and birds. This research presents the results of the herpetofauna survey in the Manaslu Conservation Area in Central Nepal, conducted with the aim of establishing the baseline on herpetofauna species diversity.Doyle, A.T.
Use of riparian and upland habitats by small mammals. Journal of Mammology 71(1) Small mammal and herpetofauna abundance in riparian and upslope areas of five forest conditions.
M.S. Thesis., Oregon State Univ., Corvallis. pp.