Response of wildlife to land management in California oak woodland
Habitat associations and demography of small mammals in relation to prescribed burning and shrub understory in oak woodland
Shrub understory, wildlife diversity, and ranch economics on oak rangeland
Potential effects of sudden oak death on small vertebrates in coastal oak woodlands.
Bird populations in a fragmented oak woodland landscape
Assessment of hardwood course woody debris in forming stream habitat for southern California steelhead trout
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