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The study of wildlife populations often includes a habitat component, and understanding the functional relationship between a species and its habitat is challenging. The theoretical and analytical tools for doing so are many, and there are numerous texts that focus on but a fraction of this material. Morrison et al. provide a broad yet thorough overview of wildlifehabitat relationships in a well organized and easy to read book that includes background material, summarizes contemporary techniques for measuring these relationships, and offers links to management strategies.
The Cooper Ornithological Society
Dinsmore, Stephen J., "Wildlife-habitat Relationships: Concepts and Applications" (2007). Natural Resource Ecology and Management Publications. 32.