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Forest edges are dynamic zones characterized by the penetration (to varying depths and intensities) of conditions from the surrounding environment (matrix) into the forest interior. Although edge effects influence many tropical organisms, they have not been studied directly in primates. Edge effects are particularly relevant to lemurs because of the highly(More)
Recruitment pulses of reef fishes can result in significant changes in both population and community structure of fishes on reefs (reviewed by Sale, 1991). These pulses can occur because of increased reproduction (Danilowicz, 1997), increased larval or juvenile Pulses of commercially valuable species can also be significant factors to consider for fishery(More)
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