Carol Chambers
Carol Chambers
Professor of Wildlife Ecology, Northern Arizona University
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Breeding bird responses to three silvicultural treatments in the Oregon Coast Range
CL Chambers, WC McComb, JC Tappeiner
Ecological Applications 9 (1), 171-185, 1999
Ponderosa pine snag dynamics and cavity excavation following wildfire in northern Arizona
CL Chambers, JN Mast
Forest Ecology and Management 216 (1-3), 227-240, 2005
Wildlife responses to thinning and burning treatments in southwestern conifer forests: a meta-analysis
EL Kalies, CL Chambers, WW Covington
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (3), 333-342, 2010
Response of amphibians to clearcutting, burning, and glyphosate application in the Oregon Coast Range
EC Cole, WC McComb, M Newton, CL Chambers, JP Leeming
The Journal of wildlife management, 656-664, 1997
Acute toxic hazard evaluations of glyphosate herbicide on terrestrial vertebrates of the Oregon coast range
BC McComb, L Curtis, CL Chambers, M Newton, K Bentson
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 15 (3), 266-272, 2008
Interaction of fungal sporocarp production with small mammal abundance and diet in Douglas-fir stands of the southern Cascade Range
E Cazares, MP Amaranthus, JF Lehmkuhl, DL Luoma, CL Chambers
WSU Press, 1999
Small mammal and amphibian communities and habitat associations in red alder stands, central Oregon Coast Range
WC McComb, CL Chambers, M Newton
Northwest Science 67 (3), 1993
Use of artificially created Douglas-fir snags by cavity-nesting birds
CL Chambers, T Carrigan, TE Sabin, J Tappeiner, WC McComb
Western Journal of Applied Forestry 12 (3), 93-97, 1997
Potential effects of livestock water‐trough modifications on bats in northern Arizona
SR Tuttle, CL Chambers, TC Theimer
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (3), 602-608, 2006
Response of small mammals to clearcutting, burning, and glyphosate application in the Oregon Coast Range
EC Cole, WC McComb, M Newton, JP Leeming, CL Chambers
The Journal of wildlife management, 1207-1216, 1998
Influences of scale on bat habitat relationships in a forested landscape in Nicaragua
CL Chambers, SA Cushman, A Medina-Fitoria, J Martínez-Fonseca, ...
Landscape Ecology 31 (6), 1299-1318, 2016
Community occupancy responses of small mammals to restoration treatments in ponderosa pine forests, northern Arizona, USA
EL Kalies, BG Dickson, CL Chambers, WW Covington
Ecological Applications 22 (1), 204-217, 2012
Thinking outside the box: a review of artificial roosts for bats
ED Mering, CL Chambers
Wildlife Society Bulletin 38 (4), 741-751, 2014
Species from feces: Order-wide identification of chiroptera from guano and other non-invasive genetic samples
FM Walker, CHD Williamson, DE Sanchez, CJ Sobek, CL Chambers
Plos one 11 (9), e0162342, 2016
Diet of spotted bats (Euderma maculatum) in Arizona as indicated by fecal analysis and stable isotopes
ML Painter, CL Chambers, M Siders, RR Doucett, JO Whitaker, Jr, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 87 (10), 865-875, 2009
Use of Artificial Roosts by Forest-Dwelling Bats in Northern Arizona
CL Chambers, V Aim, MS Siders, MJ Rabe
Wildlife Society Bulletin 30 (4), 1085-1091, 2002
Use of wildlife water developments by birds in southwest Arizona during migration
JC Lynn, CL Chambers, SS Rosenstock
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (3), 592-601, 2006
CL Chambers, SS Germaine
Ecological restoration of southwestern ponderosa pine forests. Island Press …, 2003
The role of old-growth forests in frequent-fire landscapes
D Binkley, T Sisk, C Chambers, J Springer, W Block
Ecology and Society 12 (2), 2007
An experiment for assessing vertebrate response to varying levels and patterns of green-tree retention
JF Lehmkuhl, SD West, CL Chambers, WC McComb, DA Manuwal, ...
Northwest Science 73 (SPEC. ISS.), 45-63, 1999
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