Closing the gaps for animal seed dispersal: Separating the effects of habitat loss on dispersal distances and seed aggregation

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Habitat loss can alter animal movements and disrupt animal seed dispersal mutualisms; however, its effects on spatial patterns of seed dispersal are not well understood. To explore the effects of habitat loss on seed dispersal distances and seed dispersion (aggregation), we created a spatially explicit, individual-based model of an animal dispersing seeds… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3113

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@inproceedings{Jones2017ClosingTG, title={Closing the gaps for animal seed dispersal: Separating the effects of habitat loss on dispersal distances and seed aggregation}, author={Landon R Jones and Scott M. Duke-Sylvester and Paul. L. Leberg and Derek M. Johnson}, booktitle={Ecology and evolution}, year={2017} }