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Fire patterns in piñon and juniper land cover types in the semiarid Western United States from 1984 through 2013.

Published online: 31 Jul 2019

Authors: Board, D. I. & Chambers, J. C. & Miller, R. F. & Weisberg, P. J.

Content type: Bulletin

Increases in area burned and fire size have been reported across a wide range of forest and shrubland types in the Western United States in recent dec...

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Proactive limber pine conservation strategy for the Greater Rocky Mountain National Park Area.

Published online: 31 Jul 2019

Authors: Schoettle, A. W. & Burns, K. S. & Cleaver, C. M. & Connor, J. J.

Content type: Bulletin

This proactive conservation strategy addresses the unique situation of limber pine in the Greater Rocky Mountain National Park Area (GRMNPA). The targ...

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Mountain hares Lepus timidus and tourism: stress events and reactions.

Published online: 05 Feb 2014

Authors: Rehnus, M. & Wehrle, M. & Palme, R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Winter tourism in the European Alps has developed rapidly over the past few decades, leading to the expansion of ski resorts, growing numbers of visit...

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Recent changes in mountain birch forest structure and understory vegetation depend on the seasonal timing of reindeer grazing.

Published online: 03 Jun 2021

Authors: Stark, S. & Ylänne, H. & Kumpula, J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Subarctic forest-tundra ecotones dominated by mountain birch (Betula pubescens ssp. czerepanovii) are an important habitat for semi-domestic reindeer ...

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Quantifying and optimizing grazing regimes in Greek mountain systems.

Published online: 08 Jul 1999

Authors: Zervas, G.

Content type: Conference paper; Journal article

From an ecological and environmental point of view, livestock husbandry plays a very important role as there is a valuable interaction between livesto...

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Railways redistribute plant species in mountain landscapes.

Published online: 25 Oct 2021

Authors: Irfan Rashid & Haq, S. M. & Lembrechts, J. J. & Khuroo, A. A. & Pauchard, A. & Dukes, J. S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The significant portion of global terrestrial biodiversity harboured in the mountains is under increasing threat from various anthropogenic impacts. P...

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Habitat utilization in a stratified upland landscape by two lagomorphs with different feeding strategies.

Published online: 10 Aug 1996

Authors: Hulbert, I. A. R. & Iason, G. R. & Racey, P. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Mountain hares (Lepus timidus) are summer grazers that switch to browse in winter, while rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) eat mostly grasses throughout...

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From the mountains to the plains: impact of climate change on water resources in the Koshi River Basin.

Published online: 10 Jul 2019

Authors: Bharati, L. & Bhattarai, U. & Khadka, A. & Gurung, P. & Neumann, L. E. & Penton, D. J. & Dhaubanjar, S. & Nepal, S.

Content type: Bulletin

This paper quantifies and assesses the past and projected future spatial and temporal water balances in the Koshi River Basin. A Soil and Water Assess...

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Analyses of national mountain lion harvest indices yield ambiguous interpretations.

Published online: 15 Jun 2022

Authors: Elbroch, L. M. & Petracca, L. S. & O'Malley, C. & Robinson, H.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Ecological Solutions and Evidence

Wildlife managers make difficult decisions about how best to ensure sustainable wildlife populations. This is especially contentious in the absence of...

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Grazing by mountain hares Lepus timidus L., red deer Cervus elaphus L. and red grouse Lagopus l. scoticus on heather moorland in north-east Scotland.

Published online: 01 Jan 1977

Authors: Hewson, R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Mountain hares had a similar pattern of feeding throughout the year on a rich moor overlying base-rich rocks where hares were abundant and a poor moor...

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