Genetic effects of rainforest fragmentation in an early successional tree (Elaeocarpus grandis)

@article{Rossetto2004GeneticEO,
  title={Genetic effects of rainforest fragmentation in an early successional tree (Elaeocarpus grandis)},
  author={Maurizio Rossetto and Rebecca Jones and Janet E. Hunter},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={2004},
  volume={93},
  pages={610-618}
}
Rainforests in Australia and around the world have been extensively cleared and degraded. It is essential to recognize the changes in population diversity and dynamics that follow habitat fragmentation if better conservation and management strategies are to be developed. This study is an investigation of the medium term (over 100 years) effects of rainforest fragmentation on a long-lived, early successional tree species within a habitat matrix that includes various types of fragmented and… CONTINUE READING
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