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Habitat-effectiveness index for elk on Blue Mountain winter ranges

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elk -- Blue Mountains (Or. and Wash.),
  • Habitat (Ecology) -- Blue Mountains (Or. and Wash.),
  • Wildlife habitat improvement -- Blue Mountains (Or. and Wash.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHabitat effectiveness index for elk on Blue Mountain winter ranges
    StatementJack Ward Thomas ... [et al.]
    SeriesGeneral technical report PNW -- GTR-218, General technical report PNW -- 218
    ContributionsThomas, Jack Ward, Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. :
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14442384M
    OCLC/WorldCa19462785

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Gen. Tech. Rep. GTR-PNW Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 13 p. National Forests in the Pacific Northwest Region have incorporated elk habitat.

Thomas, Jack Ward: Habitat-effectiveness index for elk on Blue Mountain winter ranges / (Portland Or.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, []), also by Or.) Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland (page images at HathiTrust).

Jack Ward Thomas is the author of Elk of North America, Ecology and Management ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Hunting Around th /5. Elk in the boreal mixedwood region relied more heavily on browse, especially during winter, than elk in the boreal foothills and mountain regions where semi-open forest cover provided accessible grassland during most times of the year (Nietfeld et al.

In the FMF, Jones () examined winter habitat use of elk at the landscape, stand, andFile Size: KB. Thomas and others () developed a habitat effectiveness index (HEI) to measure elk habitat quality for winter ranges in the Blue Mountains of eastern Oregon.

A similar. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: Lumber recovery and deterioration of beetle-killed douglas-fir and grand fir in the Blue Mountains of eastern Oregon. Frisina, M. R., and K. Douglass. Diastema length as an indicator of skeletal development in Rocky Mountain elk (Cervus elaphus).

Proc. Montana Acad. Of Sci. 50() Fuller, P. Browse production and utilization on Spotted Bear Mountain winter range and seasonal movements of the Spotted Bear elk herd.

M.S. thesis. Jack Ward Thomas. University of Book Review: Where Elk Roam—Conservation and Biopolitics of Our National Elk Herd. Habitat-Effectiveness Index for Elk on Blue Mountain Winter Ranges. Habitat Effectiveness for Elk as Influenced By Roads and Cover, _ -•.•: ABSTRACT Pellet cotttttx cottdttcted over art eight-year perhid cot•f•r, ted that eli[ ill westera Motttatta tettd to avoid habitot adjace,t to open.[},'est i'oads.

Tile area avoided i,- creases where the de,MO' of tree cover is low. Forest t'oad3File Size: KB. HABITAT EFFECTIVENESS FOR ELK AS INFLUENCED BY ROADS AND COVER.

The author reports that pellet counts conducted over an eight-year period confirmed that elk in western Montana tend to avoid habitat adjacent to open forest roads. The area avoided increases where. Texte du rabat Excerpt from Habitat Effectiveness Index for Elk on Blue Mountain Winter Ranges Hiding cover (thomas and othersp.

) was defined as vegetation capable of hiding 90 percent of a standing from the view of a human at a distance equal to or less than 61 meters ( ft). Subsequent research (leckenby ) revealed that, where satisfactory or marginal.

Full text of "Effects of Winter Recreation on Wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Area: A Literature Review and Assessment" See other formats. Stenback, J.M., Travlos, C.B., Barrett, R.H. and Congalton, R.G. () Application of remotely sensed digital data and a GIS in evaluating deer habitat suitability on the Tehama deer winter range, in GIS’87, San Annual International Conference, Exhibits and Workshops on GIS, pp.

–American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, and the American Congress on Cited by: Research Article Traffic Volume Alters Elk Distribution and Highway Crossings in Arizona JEFFREY W. GAGNON,1 Arizona Game and Fish Department, Research Branch, W.

Greenway Road, Phoenix, AZUSA TAD C. THEIMER, Department of Biological Sciences, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZUSACited by: The report also discusses the evolution of a state-of-the-art example of a proposed model. The model, devel- oped for the Blue Mountain Winter Ranges, is presented In detail in Habllal-Effeclivencss Index for Elk on Blue Mountain Winter Ranges General Technical Report PNW vation winter ranges on public lands in the state.

No plan was developed for elk. Summer counts of bison in central and northern Yellowstone have varied widely under this plan. The aerial count of bison on July 29–30,was 4, including 3, in northern Yellowstone and 1, in central Yellowstone. Bison abundance in the north.

Declines in habitat effectiveness were non-linear, indicating that much of the loss of habitat effectiveness occurred in the first mile/miles2 of increasing road densities. Edge and Marcum () reported that elk leave a m buffer zone around logging roads when traffic is high (at at rate of a few transits per day), but not at.

American River/Crooked River - Draft Environmental Impact Statement mountain pine beetle attack (primarily lodgepole pine).

Proposed harvesting and associated treatments, including road treatments, would be conducted in portions of the American and Crooked River watersheds within the American and Crooked Rivers project area on the Red River Ranger District of the Nez Perce National.Decaying Management In America’s National Park System-Yellowstone Park is loved by millions of Americans and many more around the world.

It is the original model for not just America’s National Park System, but for national parks in other countries. By “system,” it is meant the national parks are established and managed by a common vision and set of rules for the benefit of the entire Author: Ralph Maughan.Both cougars and wolves were attracted to deer winter ranges, but cougars consumed fewer elk than wolves because wolves selected elk whenever possible (Kunkel ii).

Wolves killed deer on open valley bottoms and flatter, non-vegetated sites, but cougars preferred sites with greater slope, more mature trees, and moderately dense-canopy cover.