Stonewall E cology and Successional L andscapes. Examining the potential ecological correlations of wildlife presence and successional landscape in New England stonewall ecosystems. Stonewalls In New England. Estimated between100,000-250,000 miles of stonewall in New England
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Stonewall Ecology and Successional Landscapes
Examining the potential ecological correlations of wildlife presence and successional landscape in New England stonewall ecosystems.
Research and analyze the potential ecological impacts on the surrounding ecosystems in different successional phases.
Small mammal usage in the Tamposi will be greater in late successional ecosystems due to cover provided by stonewalls and the development of vegetation in the surrounding ecosystem.
Small mammal usage in the Tamposi will be greater in early successional ecosystems due the ease of travel that less vegetation provides.
E.S. 1 = Early Succession 1
E.S. 2 = Early Succession 2
L.S. 1 = Late Succession 1
L.S. 2 = Late Succession 2
tree against stonewall
Note: diagram not to scale