Comparing the landscape level perceptual abilities of forest sciurids in fragmented agricultural landscapes*

@article{Zollner2004ComparingTL,
  title={Comparing the landscape level perceptual abilities of forest sciurids in fragmented agricultural landscapes*},
  author={Patrick A. Zollner},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2004},
  volume={15},
  pages={523-533}
}
Perceptual range is the maximum distance from which an animal can perceive the presence of remote landscape elements such as patches of habitat. Such perceptual abilities are of interest because they influence the probability that an animal will successfully disperse to a new patch in a landscape. Furthermore, understanding how perceptual range differs between species may help to explain differential species sensitivity to patch isolation. The objective of this research was to assess the… CONTINUE READING
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