Abundance-occupancy dynamics in a human dominated environment: linking interspecific and intraspecific trends in British farmland and woodland birds.

@article{Webb2007AbundanceoccupancyDI,
  title={Abundance-occupancy dynamics in a human dominated environment: linking interspecific and intraspecific trends in British farmland and woodland birds.},
  author={Thomas J. Webb and David Noble and Robert P Freckleton},
  journal={The Journal of animal ecology},
  year={2007},
  volume={76 1},
  pages={123-34}
}
1. Range size, population size and body size, the key macroecological variables, vary temporally both within and across species in response to anthropogenic and natural environmental change. However, resulting temporal trends in the relationships between these variables (i.e. macroecological patterns) have received little attention. 2. Positive relationships between the local abundance and regional occupancy of species (abundance-occupancy relationships) are among the most pervasive of all… CONTINUE READING
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