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Herbivores have the capacity to modify plant community composition and ecosystem structure and function via browsing. For example, moose and snowshoe hare facilitate succession in Alaska’s boreal forest by preferentially browsing early successional species over late successional conifers. Snowshoe hares also eat conifers, including white spruce, and this browsing may affect the pattern of spruce establishment over time. We measured over 800 spruce at 18 locations along the Tanana River floodplain in interior Alaska, USA and demonstrated that the proportion of spruce browsed annually positively correlates with annual hare abundance. Nearly all seedlings sampled had been browsed. Further, we modeled the pattern of...
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This dataset represents SNOWSHOE HARE use areas in Utah as determined by wildlife biologists during 2001, and supplemented with data from the Utah GAP 1995 product, with a revision in the southeast range in July 2004. In May 2006 the dataset was converted from a Critical, High, Substantial and Limited value system to a Crucial/Substantial value system.
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This map shows the Snowshoe Hare conservation element data in the CYR study region. Layers include: Current potential habitat distribution of snowshoe hare in the CYR study area; Change in total December-January-February precipitation from the 2010s to the 2060s within the snowshoe hare potential habitat distribution; Change in February snow day fraction from the 2010s to the 2060s within the snowshoe hare potential habitat distribution; Current, near-term, and long-term landscape condition within the potential habitat distribution of snowshoe hare. These data are provided by Bureau of Land Management (BLM) "as is" and may contain errors or omissions. The User assumes the entire risk associated with its use of these...


map background search result map search result map Snowhoe hare use areas in Utah, USA Asynchronous recruitment dynamics of snowshoe hares and white spruce in a boreal forest BLM REA CYR 2013 Snowshoe Hare Snowhoe hare use areas in Utah, USA Asynchronous recruitment dynamics of snowshoe hares and white spruce in a boreal forest BLM REA CYR 2013 Snowshoe Hare