Diversifying Forest Structure to Promote Wildlife Biodiversity in Western Washington Forests

To meet the ecological needs of a broad range of wildlife species in forest lands, structural diversity is needed—both in individual stands of trees and in the broader landscape.
Fabricantes: Zobrist, Kevin , Hinckley, T.M
Sku: EM044
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Published: February 2012

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