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Wildlife response to spatial and temporal changes in forest habitat
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
A common goal in land-management planning is to describe the relationship between management actions, vegetation and wildlife habitat conditions for large landscapes. Achieving this goal can be challenging because ecological ...
Multi-scale factors influencing detection, site occupancy and resource use by foraging bats in the Ozark Highlands of Missouri
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
Conservation of bat populations requires understanding the associations between bats and their use of resources. We used maximum likelihood to estimate probability of site occupancy using acoustic data for ten species of ...
Impacts of suspended and deposited sediment on benthic invertebrates and fishes in a Missouri Ozark stream
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
Sediment is suspected in the decline of sensitive-aquatic organisms in the Osage River basin of Missouri. In this study, I monitored sediment dynamics and evaluated corresponding linkages with benthic invertebrate and fish assemblages as it related...