Mammalogy Diversity Paper (untitled)

2010-12-06
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Mammalogy Diversity Paper (untitled)

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2010-12-06

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Typically, forested and prairie habitats can actually vary greatly from other similar habitats. Itasca state park is made up of several different types of forests and other prairie type habitats have been managed in the past with controlled burns. Data from Itasca State Park, mostly located in Clearwater County, Minnesota were taken by; determining six different types of habitat and setting small mammal traps to determine both the total number of species present, and also what type of species are residing in each type of habitat. Graphing the data showed differences in both the total number of species caught, and also the number of species residing in these particular habitat types.

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Student paper, EEB 4839, 2009

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Sievert, Adam. (2010). Mammalogy Diversity Paper (untitled). Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/97490.

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