Developing robust field survey protocols in landscape ecology: a case study on birds, plants and butterflies

@article{Loos2014DevelopingRF,
  title={Developing robust field survey protocols in landscape ecology: a case study on birds, plants and butterflies},
  author={Jacqueline Loos and Jan Hanspach and Henrik von Wehrden and Monica Beldean and Cosmin Ioan Moga and Joern Fischer},
  journal={Biodiversity and Conservation},
  year={2014},
  volume={24},
  pages={33-46}
}
Sustainable land management requires scientists to provide reliable data on diversity distribution patterns. Resource restrictions limit the affordable sampling effort, both with respect to number of survey sites and amount of effort per site. We compared different levels of survey effort in a case study in Central Romania, varying the number of repeats per site and number of survey sites. Target taxa were plants, birds and butterflies. For plants, we surveyed three 10 m2 plots and ten plots of… CONTINUE READING

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