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Many species are adapted to landscapes with characteristic dynamics generated by ongoing habitat destruction and creation. Climate change and human la...Read more
Research addressing the effects of habitat fragmentation on species, assemblages or ecosystems has been fraught with difficulties, from its conceptual...Read more
Passively dispersed species, such as many plant species, rely on abiotic forces to achieve movement. Despite the fact that such species form the base ...Read more
Habitat loss must be distinguished from habitat fragmentation so that appropriate conservation management can be applied. Few studies have evaluated t...Read more
Although matrix improvement in fragmented landscapes is a promising conservation measure, matrix permeability (willingness of an organism to enter the...Read more
Maintaining the ability of organisms to move between suitable patches of habitat despite ongoing habitat loss is essential to conserving biodiversity....Read more
Many studies have examined the impacts of tropical habitat disturbance. However, the effects of moderate habitat disturbance on species diversity show...Read more
Large-scale destruction of ecosystems caused by surface mining provides an opportunity for the study of colonization processes starting with primary s...Read more
The control of invasive species has become a widespread management practice, yet information on the community effects of such efforts is very limited,...Read more
Landscape simplification and habitat fragmentation may cause severe declines of less mobile and habitat specialist species and lead to biotic homogeni...Read more