Technical Guide to Forest Wildlife Habitat Management in New England
Richard DeGraaf, Mariko Yamasaki, William B. Leak, and Anna M. LesterPaper: $37.95
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This is an up-to-date technical manual and guide for managing New England's forest habitats . . . The target audience is the professional forester and wildlife biologist . . .Recommended.
RICHARD M. DEGRAAF is chief research wildlife biologist and leader of the wildlife habitat research unit, Northeastern Research Station, Amherst, Massachusetts. He has conducted research on breeding birds, small mammals, and amphibians in major forest cover types in New England and on wildlife habitat associations in the White Mountains for the past thirty years. MARIKO YAMASAKI is research wildlife biologist with the northern hardwood research unit, Northeastern Research Station, Durham, New Hampshire. Her background includes work as a wildlife biologist in the National Forest System and research on timber-wildlife habitat relationships in New England for more than twenty-five years. WILLIAM B. LEAK is research silviculturist with the northern hardwood research unit, Northeastern Research Station, Durham, New Hampshire, and has studied the effects of site and silvicultural treatment on forest development in northern New England over the last five decades. ANNA M. LESTER is a wildlife biologist with the wildlife habitat research unit, Northeastern Research Station, Amherst, Massachusetts. She has extensive experience with habitat models and using visualization software and growth projection models to create virtual managed landscapes under various silvicultural systems.