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Development And Testing Of A Multi-Resource Landscape-Scale Ecological Indicator: Forest Fragmentation, Structure, and Distribution Relative to Topography
Grant Number R826598
RFA: Ecological Indicators (1998)
Dissertation/Thesis (2)
Journal Article (7)
Paper (3)
Presentation (25)
Proceedings (1)
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Dissertation/Thesis Chastain RA. Distribution and dynamics of the evergreen understory layer in central Appalachian highland forests. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 2004. R826598 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Sturtevant BR. Forest site quality and fledging success of forest interior songbirds: does topography restrict habitat quality? Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 2001. R826598 (2001)
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Journal Article Chastain Jr. RA, Currie WS, Townsend PA. Carbon sequestration and nutrient cycling implications of the evergreen understory layer in Appalachian forests. Forest Ecology and Management 2006;231(1-3):63-77. R826598 (Final)
Journal Article Chastain RA, Townsend PA. Use of Landsat ETM and topographic data to characterize evergreen understory communities in Appalachian deciduous forests. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 2007;73(5):563-575. R826598 (Final)
Journal Article Chastain RA, Townsend PA. Role of evergreen understory shrub layer in the forests of the central Appalachian Highlands. The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 2008;135(2):208-223. R826598 (Final)
Journal Article Seagle SW, Sturtevant BR. Forest productivity predicts invertebrate biomass and ovenbird (Seiurus aurocapillus) reproduction in Appalachian landscapes. Ecology 2005;86(6):1531-1539. R826598 (2002)
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Journal Article Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW. Comparing estimates of forest site quality in old second-growth oak forests. Forest Ecology and Management 2004;191(1-3):311-328. R826598 (2002)
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Journal Article Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW. Food availability for forest interior songbirds in the central Appalachians: the role of topography. Landscape Ecology. R826598 (2001)
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Journal Article Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW, Townsend PA, Chasstain RC. Forest songbird diversity, density, and fledging success as a function of topography and forest productivity in western Maryland. Ecological Applications. R826598 (2001)
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Paper Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW, Townsend PA. Forest interior songbird response to forest productivity and drought in western Maryland. Paper, 2004. R826598 (2002)
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Paper Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW, Townsend PA. Forest site quality, topography, and potential habitat quality for forest interior songbirds. Paper, 2004. R826598 (2001)
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Paper Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW. Relating food abundance for avian insectivores to eastern deciduous forest landscapes:some insights from plant-herbivore theory. Paper, 2004. R826598 (1998)
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Presentation Chastain RA, Townsend PA. Quantifying forest vertical structure for integration with remote sensing studies. Presented at the Association of American Geographers Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, 2000. R826598 (1998)
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Presentation Chastain Jr. RA, Townsend PA. Influences of the evergreen understory layer on forest vegetation communities of the central Appalachian highlands. Presented at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service 14th Central Hardwood Conference, Wooster, OH, March 17-19, 2004. R826598 (Final)
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Presentation Seagle SW, Townsend PA. Development and testing of a multi-resource landscape-scale ecological indicator: forest fragmentation, structure, and distribution relative to topography. Presented at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Progress Review Workshop, May 8-10, 2000. R826598 (2000)
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Presentation Seagle SW. Ecological indicators of forest health in topographically diverse landscapes: implications for theory and conservation. Presented at the Society for Environmental Journalism 12th Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD, October 9-13, 2002. R826598 (Final)
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Presentation Seagle SW. Forest floor food web structure: effects of site productivity, predation, and spatial subsidies. Presented at the Cary Conference, Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, NY, April 29-May 1, 2003. R826598 (Final)
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Presentation Seagle SW. Science and management issues in the Chesapeake watershed: toward sound land management. Presented at the Department of Defense Commander's Conference, Patuxent, MD, April 27, 2004. R826598 (Final)
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Presentation Seagle SW. Spatial variation in forest-interior bird reproductive success: toward development of indicators for landscape integrity. Presented at a Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Seminar, 2002. R826598 (2002)
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Presentation Seagle SW, Sturtevant BR, Chastain RA and Townsend PA. Spatial variation of forest-floor litter invertebrates in topographically diverse landscapes. Presented to the U.S. Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, April 25-29, 2001. R826598 (2001)
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Presentation Seagle SW, Sturtevant BR, Chastain RA and Townsend PA. Spatial variation of forest-floor litter invertebrates in topographically diverse landscapes. Presented to the Ecological Society of America, August 5-10, 2001. R826598 (2001)
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Presentation Seagle SW, Sturtevant BR, Winner S. Topographic distribution of forest litter invertebrate biomass. Presented at the U.S. Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, April 15-19, 2000. R826598 (2000)
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Presentation Seagle SW, Sturtevant BR, Winner S. Topographic distribution of forest litter invertebrate biomass. Presented at the Ecological Society of America Meeting, Snowbird, UT, August 6-10, 2000. R826598 (2000)
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Presentation Seagle SW. Variation of forest bird reproduction in Appalachian landscapes: using bottom-up ecosystem effects to develop an ecological indicator. Presented at Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, 2004. R826598 (Final)
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Presentation Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW and Townsend PA. Comparing terrain-based models of forest productivity in western Maryland: extending to regional scales. Presented to the U.S. Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, April 25-29, 2001. R826598 (2001)
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Presentation Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW, Townsend PA, Gates JE. Forest productivity, topography, and potential habitat quality for forest-interior songbirds. Presented at the U.S. Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, April 2002. R826598 (2002)
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Presentation Sturtevant BR. Forest site quality and fledging success of forest interior songbirds in western MD:does topography restrict potential habitat quality? Presented at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, North Central Research Station, July 2001. R826598 (2001)
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Presentation Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW. Forest songbird diversity and fledging success as a function of topography and climate in western Maryland. Presented at the 7th Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society, Nashville, TN, September 12-16, 2000. R826598 (2000)
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Presentation Sturtevant BR. Forest songbird diversity, density, and fledging success as a function of topography and climate in western Maryland. Presented at the 118th Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union, August 14-19, 2000. R826598 (2000)
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Presentation Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW. Relating food abundance for avian insectivores to topographic resource gradients: does landscape topography influence trophic interactions and energy flow? Presented at the World Congress of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, Snowmass, CO, July 29-August 3, 1999. R826598 (Final)
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Presentation Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW. Relating food abundance for avian insectivores to topographic resource gradients: does landscape topography influence trophic interactions and energy flow? Presented at the 5th International Congress of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, Aspen, CO, 1999. R826598 (1998)
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Presentation Townsend PA, Eshleman KN, Seagle SW. Bugs from space: remote-sensing of gypsy-moth defoliation and corresponding impacts on carbon and nitrogen cycling. Presented at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 5-8, 2003. R826598 (Final)
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Presentation Townsend PA, Chastain RA, Sturtevant BR, Seagle SW. Characterization of forest vertical structure for landscape studies. Presented to the U.S. Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, April 25-29, 2001. R826598 (2001)
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Presentation Townsend PA, Kingdon CC, Chastain RA. Remote sensing of forest biophysical properties using satellite SAR data: results from the mountains and the swamps. Presented at the Association of American Geographer's Conference, 2000. R826598 (1998)
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Presentation Townsend PA, Kingdon CC, Chastain Jr., RA. Remote sensing of forest biophysical properties using satellite SAR data: results from the mountains and the swamps. Presented at the Association of American Geographers, 2000. R826598 (2000)
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Presentation Townsend PA, Chastain Jr., RA, Kingdon CC, Seagle SW. Remote sensing of forest biophysical properties using satellite SAR data:results from the mountains to the swamps. Presented at the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 2000. R826598 (2000)
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Presentation Townsend PA, Chastain RA, Kingdon CC, Seagle SW. Remote sensing of forest structure using multi-temporal, multi-sensor orbital SAR. To be presented at the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Conference, 2000. R826598 (1998)
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Proceedings Chastain Jr. RA, Townsend PA. Influences of the evergreen understory layer on forest vegetation communities of the central Appalachian highlands. In: Proceedings of the 14th Central Hardwood Conference, Wooster, OH, March 17-19, 2004. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service General Technical Report. R826598 (Final)
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