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Evaluation of a habitat capability model for nongame birds in the Black Hills, South Dakota

by T.R. Mills

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest management,
  • Wildlife,
  • Logging,
  • Wild birds,
  • Models,
  • Habitats

  • Edition Notes

    Includes references

    ContributionsRumble, M.A., Flake, L.D.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 p.
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25653471M

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    Reprint--"South Dakota History, Vol. 4, No. 4" South Dakota State History Society & Board of Cultural Preservation Quarterly (cont. from above)…"The Gold Boom in the Black Hills, written by Russel Gibbs These birds are an important part of these salt-water-to-land transitional ecosystems in that they disperse the seeds of the plants that grow there (e.g. geese and ducks), they eat plant predators (e.g. purple martins), and they and their eggs provide food for resident animals (e.g. plovers, puffin).

    A RMRS - RP - 9 Fire Behavior Associated with the South Canyon Fire on Storm King Mountain, Colorado. A RMRS - RP - 18 Runoff and Sediment Yield from Proxy Records: Upper Animas Creek Basin, New Mexico. A RMRS - RP - 19 Habitat Capability Model for Birds Wintering in the Black Hills, South Dakota. A Reassessment of Virginia's Warbler Distribution in the Black Hills, South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks. Grant Role: Principal. ( - ) MCA-IOS: Transcriptomics and Phenotypic Flexibility in Birds, National Science Foundation. Grant Role: Principal.


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Evaluation of a habitat capability model for nongame birds in the Black Hills, South Dakota by T.R. Mills Download PDF EPUB FB2

Evaluation of a Habitat Capability Model for Nongame Birds in the Black Hills, South Dakota Todd R. Mills, Graduate Research Assistant1 Department Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences South Dakota State University2 Mark A.

Rumble, Research Wildlife Biologist Center for Great Plains Ecosystem Research Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station3Cited by: 3.

The Black Hills National Forest uses such a habitat capability model (HABCAP), but its accuracy is largely unknown. We tested this model’s predictive accuracy for nongame birds in 13 vegetative structural stages of ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa), aspen (Populus tremuloides)/birch (Betula papyrifera), and meadow habitats in the Black Hills, South Dakota from through Buy Evaluation of a Habitat Capability Model for Nongame Birds in the Black Hills, South Dakota (Classic Reprint) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersCited by: 3.

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The Black Hills National Forest uses such a habitat capability model (HABCAP), but its accuracy is largely unknown. We tested this model’s predictive accuracy for nongame birds in 13 vegetative structural stages of ponderosa pine (Pinus Cited by: 3.

Evaluation of a habitat capability model for nongame birds in the Black Hills, South Dakota [microform] / Todd R. Mills, Mark A. Rumble, Lester D.

Flake U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. [Show full abstract] nongame bird species In ponderosa pine, quaking aspen, and grassland vegetation types In the Black Hills of South Dakota.

Detections of 12 of 22 species differed among 1 -hr. Evaluation of a Habitat Capability Model for Nongame Birds in the Black Hills, South Dakota (Classic Reprint) | Mills, Todd R.

| ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch : Gebundenes Buch. Habitat capability model for birds wintering in the Black Hills, South Dakota.

By M.A. Rumble, T.R. Mills and L.D. Flake. Abstract. Birds are sensitive indicators of vegetation conditions because they have relatively narrow habitat requirements. Resident bird populations are relatively stable in winter and more closely associated with specific Author: M.A. Rumble, T.R.

Mills and L.D. Flake. Todd R Mills has written: 'Evaluation of a habitat capability model for nongame birds in the Black Hills, South Dakota' -- subject(s): Mathematical models, Birds, Habitat, Wildlife conservation.

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Fort Collins, Colo.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type.

Evaluation of a habitat capability model for nongame birds in the Black Hills, South Dakota Author: Todd R Mills ; Mark A Rumble ; Lester D Flake ; Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.).

RM-RP Evaluation of a habitat capability model for nongame birds in the Black Hills, South Dakota. RM-RP Feasibility of a random quadrat study design to estimate changes in density of Mexican spotted owls. RM-RP Visitor perceptions about grazing on a Forest Service cattle allotment.

Habitat capability model for birds wintering in the Black. Rumble, Mark A. Mills, Todd R. Flake, Lester D. Habitat capability model for birds wintering in the Black Hills, South Dakota.

Res. Pap. mills, c. of North America, and important habitat for amphibians and migratory birds. A Delphi (expert panel) evaluation of goshawk and prey habitat in 3, watersheds averaging acres ( ha) in size was completed by wildlife biologists from the Black Hills National Forest.

If birds are year-residents, land managers must understand their winter habitat needs to insure that sufficient habitat exists to sustain populations. Recommended Citation Rumble, M.A.; Mills, T.R.; and Flake, L.D., "Habitat capability model for birds wintering in the Black Hills, South Dakota" ().Cited by: 4.

Evaluation of a Habitat Capability Model for Nongame Birds in the Black Hills, South Dakota,United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, USDA Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Research Paper, RM-RP 30 pages with by Millis, T.

et al. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Abstract: Habitat-capability models are necessary for evaluating the effects of forest management on the management of indicator species (including brown bears [Ursus arctos]) of the Tongass National Forest.

Habitat-use data from 95 radio-collared brown bears on Admiralty and Chichagof Islands were used to develop this habitat-capability model. Habitat capability (HABCAP) models for wildlife assist land managers in predicting the consequences of their management decisions.

Models must be tested and refined prior to using them in management planning. We tested the predicted patterns of habitat selection of the R2 HABCAP model using observed pat- terns of habitats selected by radio-marked Merriam’s turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo Cited by: 2.the Black Hills of South Dakota.

The Prairie Naturalist. 43(1/2): Mullican, T.R. Population estimates and habitat associations of the Bear Lodge meadow jumping mouse in the Black Hills of South Dakota.

Proceedings of the South Dakota Academy of Science Distribution, abundance, and seasonal habitat use patterns in ornate boxFile Size: KB."Evaluation of a habitat capability model for nongame birds in the Black Hills, South Dakota," U.S.

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Research Paper RM-RP 5: "Evaluation of a Mysis bioenergetics model," reprint from Journal of Plankton Research, vol. 24 no. 1, pp.