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Northern goshawk monitoring, population ecology and diet on the Tongass National Forest

Craig Flatten

Northern goshawk monitoring, population ecology and diet on the Tongass National Forest

by Craig Flatten

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Published by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation in Juneau, AK (P.O. Box 25526, Juneau 99802) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska,
  • Tongass National Forest.
    • Subjects:
    • Goshawk -- Habitat -- Alaska -- Tongass National Forest.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementCraig Flatten, Kimberly Titus, Richard Lowell.
      ContributionsTitus, Kimberly., Lowell, Richard Bruce, 1956-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL696.F32 F588 2001
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 33 p. ;
      Number of Pages33
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3628866M
      LC Control Number2002418908
      OCLC/WorldCa49235640

      Tongass National Forest in southeast Alaska is the world's largest remaining intact coastal temperate rain forest. At almost 17 million acres, this unique area houses some of the oldest trees in the nation—many over years old—and provides essential habitat for the largest population of Bald Eagles in the world. Air Quality Monitoring on the Tongass National Forest Methods and Baselines Using Lichens September Linda H. Geiser, Chiska C. Derr, and Karen L. Diliman USDA-Forest Service Tongass National Forest/ Stikine Area P.O. Box Petersburg, Alaska ,t-/ / F,,) C.

      Willingness to pay for ecosystem conservation in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest: a choice modeling study Evan E. Hjerpe 1 and Anwar Hussain 1,2 ABSTRACT. Forest ecosystems contribute to human welfare in important ways, but because of the nonmarket nature of many of the goods and services produced, both markets and governments fail to. A Forest Service whistle blower's account of agency abuses on the Tongass National Forest in Alaska. The author, Bill Shoaf, was sent to the Tongass in to manage the largest timber sale in the nation at the time/5.

      monitoring efforts in the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest in Wyoming have shown a decline in territory occupancy In the Targhee National Forest in northeastern Idaho, occupancy rates of Northern Goshawk territories declined from 64% to 31%, and nest success declined from 56% to 19% from – and –, respectively However. Title from cover. Addeddate Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II External-identifier.


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Northern goshawk monitoring, population ecology and diet on the Tongass National Forest by Craig Flatten Download PDF EPUB FB2

Northern Goshawk Monitoring, Population Ecology and Diet on the Tongass National Forest 1 October –30 September Kimberly Titus Stephen B.

Lewis Endangered Species Conservation Fund Federal Aid Study SE This is a progress report on continuing research. Information may be refined at a later date.

Northern Goshawk Monitoring, Population Ecology and Diet on the Tongass National Forest Craig Flatten Kimberly Titus Richard Lowell Endangered Species Conservation Fund Federal Aid Grant SE-4, studies 2 to 6 If using information from this report, please credit the author(s) and the Alaska Department of Fish and Size: KB.

(USFS) initiated a study of northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) ecology and habitat. I relationships on the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska. In ADF&G and USFS. personnel completed the eighth field season of cooperative nest searches and data Size: 2MB.

Northern Goshawk Inventory and Monitoring Technical Guide Chapter 1. Overview Overview This technical guide provides information on all aspects of inventory and monitoring related to the northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) and is to be used by the U.S.

De-partment of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service consistent with national direction. Northern Goshawk Monitoring, Population Ecology and Diet on the Tongass National Forest (Annual monitoring report / Alaska Department of Fish and Game) by Craig Flatten, Kimberly Titus, et al. | 1 Jan The Tongass National Forest (/ ˈ t ɒ ŋ ɡ ə s /) in Southeast Alaska is the largest national forest in the United States at million acres (68, km 2).Most of its area is part of the temperate rain forest WWF ecoregion, itself part of the larger Pacific temperate rain forest WWF ecoregion, and is remote enough to be home to many species of endangered and rare flora and ing body: United States Forest Service.

The Tongass National Forest in southeast Alaska is the largest national forest in the U.S., and the heart of the largest coastal, temperate rain forest in the world.

Ecology of the Northern Goshawk on the Kaibab Plateau, Arizona RMRS scientists have been studying the ecology of the Northern Goshawk on the Kaibab Plateau for the past 20 years. Much of what is known about the ecology of goshawks in the Southwest was developed by RMRS scientists and their partners, and these scientists have also been actively.

Tongass Forest Facts. The Tongass National Forest sp, (17 million) acres. There are 5, ( million) acres within the Tongass National Forest that are Congressionally designated Wilderness Areas and National Monuments. That accounts for 34% of the Tongass.

No logging is allowed in these areas. The Northern Goshawk has the widest distribution of the world’s 50 species of accipiters. It is a permanent resident in North America from Alaska east to Labrador and Newfoundland and south throughout much of the western U.S., along the northern tier of states from Minnesota to New York, in northern New Jersey and New England, and in the Appalachian Mountains of.

The population size is very large, and hence does not approach the thresholds for Vulnerable under the population size criterion (10% in ten years or three generations, or with a specified population structure). For these reasons the species is evaluated as Least Concern.

Northern Eurasia from Scandinavia, northern RUSSIA, and northern Siberia south to northwestern Africa, the Mediterranean, Asia Minor, IRAN, the Himalayas, and eastern CHINA and in North America from western and central ALASKA, northern Manitoba, Labrador, and Newfoundland south to MEXICO (Jalisco, Guerrero); JAPAN, CORSICA, SARDINIA, and QUEEN.

"People Of The Tongass" presents a compelling history of the battle for the heart and soul of, Tongass National Forest, in Southeastern Alaska.

The authors derive their living from the great, temperate rain forest, thus; a pro-forestry bias. It seems Consanguineous to the bias one has for a wood framed house over one of plastered by: 4. Titus, K., C.J. Flatten, and R.E.

Lowell. Northern Goshawk ecology and habitat relationships on the Tongass National Forest (goshawk nest sites, food habits, morphology, home range and habitat data). First Annual Project Report.

Contract with USDA Forest Service. Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Juneau, AK. oLd-growTh foresT ecosysTems The Tongass National Forest encompasses approximately 80 percent of Southeast Alaska and contains almost one-third of the Earth’s remaining old-growth, coastal temperate rainforest.

The Tongass supports the greatest expanse of intact old-growth forest in the United Size: KB. Flatten C, Titus K, Lowell RE () Northern goshawk monitoring, population ecology and diet on the Tongass National Forest. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Research Final Performance Report SE ADF&G Division of Wildlife ConservationCited by: 9.

Pressure from nature supporters, native peoples and area residents put an end to TONGASS PULP POLITICS AND THE FIGHT FOR THE ALASKA RAIN FOREST might be won in the 21st century. Adventure packages, cruise ships, food production, handcrafts, small-scale custom and specialty logging, and tourist accommodations keep people employed and communities Cited by: ABSTRACTI monitored a subset of Northern Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) nesting areas on the Targhee portion of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest in eastern Idaho and western Wyoming from (recent period) to provide occupancy and productivity data for U.S.

Forest Service monitoring Size: 1MB. At nearly 17 million acres (almost the size of West Virginia), the Tongass is the largest national forest in the U.S., encompassing approximately 80 percent of southeastern Alaska. Its magnificent scenery and staggering levels of biodiversity are set within thick forests, hundreds of islands, miles of coastline.

The northern goshawk is classified as a Sensitive Species in all USDA Forest Service regions, including on the Black Hills National Forest in western South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming. Conservation planners and land managers are often confronted with scale-associated challenges when assessing the relationship between land management objectives and species conservation.

Conservation of individual species typically involves site-level analyses of habitat, whereas land management focuses on larger spatial extents. New models are needed Cited by: Tongass is a prime logging area because it was clear-cut in the early s and has now fully re-grown.

Public rangelands in the United States: can be used for grazing private livestock for a fee if you have a permit.A review of the ecology, management and conservation of the northern goshawk in British Columbia Article January with 27 Reads How we measure 'reads'.