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Tropical rainforests are potential reservoirs of insects that could enhance crop pollination, but only a few instances of the provision of such servic...Read more
A review of the literature shows that in nearly all cases tropical rain forest fragmentation has led to a local loss of species. Isolated fragments su...Read more
The extent to which tropical rain forests recover tree species richness, composition and community structure after clear-cutting or selective harvest ...Read more
Suggests that it is possible to calculate the plant or community phytomass from analysis of forestry sample-plot data of Derbholz (above-ground wood &...Read more
The demise of tropical rain forests will lead to a large-scale extinction of genetic diversity, particularly of arthropods. Curtailing these trends mi...Read more
Until very recently there have been no digital data from satellites for studying events that occur at scales of 10-1000 m2 over large areas (100-100 0...Read more
Monocultures of G. robusta, a non-gregarious timber species of subtropical rain forest, grow poorly in S. Queensland, where the tree occurs naturally....Read more
Widespread and rapid losses of tropical rain forests have made understanding the responses of species to rain forest fragmentation an area of major co...Read more
Fragmentation is ubiquitous across tropical forests and drives marked shifts in tree community composition by differentially affecting species' disper...Read more
In Mora excelsa rain forests of Trinidad, leaf fall was heavy, from August to October and from February to April. For a single year the leaf fall was ...Read more