Volume 6 1996

Conservation of Faunal Diversity in Forested Landscapes

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ISBN: 978-94-010-7180-2 (Print) 978-94-009-1521-3 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxi

  2. Prevailing Contrasts in the Status of Forested Biodiversity

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-2

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      Pages 3-35

      The importance of disturbance and land-use history in New England: implications for forested landscapes and wildlife conservation

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      Pages 37-60

      Changes in global forest distribution

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      Pages 61-109

      The status of forested wetlands and waterbird conservation in North and Central America

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      Pages 111-135

      Modern forestry and the capercaillie

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      Pages 137-164

      Conservation of large forest carnivores

  3. Habitat Change and Wildlife Responses

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 165-166

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      Pages 167-208

      Forest raptor population trends in North America

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      Pages 209-234

      Bird community dynamics in boreal forests

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      Pages 235-252

      The impact of forestry on ungulates in Japan

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      Pages 253-264

      Effects of hurricanes on wildlife: implications and strategies for management

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      Pages 265-281

      Trends in the moose—forest system in Fennoscandia, with special reference to Sweden

  4. Effective Conservation Tools and Strategies

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 283-285

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      Pages 287-337

      The ghost of forest past — natural disturbance regimes as a basis for reconstruction of biologically diverse forests in Europe

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      Pages 339-388

      Conservation and management of eucalypt forest vertebrates

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      Pages 389-406

      The importance of forest for the world’s migratory bird species

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      Pages 407-536

      Wildlife habitat evaluation in forested ecosystems: some examples from Canada and the United States

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      Pages 537-568

      The ‘spatial solution’ to conserving biodiversity in landscapes and regions

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      Pages 569-594

      Ecosearch: a new paradigm for evaluating the utility of wildlife habitat

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      Pages 595-614

      Modern approaches to monitoring changes in forests using maps

    9. Back Matter

      Pages 285-285

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 615-633