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Biological Consequences of Ecosystem Fragmentation: A Review
Abstract. Abstract Research on fragmented ecosystems has focused mostly on the biogeograpbic consequences of the creation of habitat “islands” of different sizes and has provided little of practicalExpand
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Why have birds in the woodlands of Southern Australia declined
This paper reviews the reasons why so many species of birds have declined in the eucalypt woodlands and associated habitats across the agricultural zone of southern Australia. The extent of habitatExpand
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A checklist for ecological management of landscapes for conservation.
The management of landscapes for biological conservation and ecologically sustainable natural resource use are crucial global issues. Research for over two decades has resulted in a large literature,Expand
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Nature Conservation 2: The Role of Corridors
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Changes in the Avifauna of a region, district and remnant as a result of fragmentation of native vegetation: the wheatbelt of western Australia. A case study
Abstract The wheatbelt of Western Australia is an area of about 140 000 km2 which has undergone massive changes since European settlement in 1827. Clearing of native vegetation for agriculturalExpand
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Habitat fragmentation and landscape change
This chapter begins by summarizing the conceptual approaches used to understand conservation in fragmented landscapes. We then examine the biophysical aspects of landscape change, and how such changeExpand
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Proposal for a new
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Problems of survival in an extensively cultivated landscape: the case of Carnaby's cockatoo Calyptorhynchus funereus latirostris
Abstract The south-west of Western Australia has undergone recent and extensive clearing of its native vegetation to develop agricultural enterprises. In some areas, over 90% of the originalExpand
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