Geometry of Large Woodland Remnants and its Influence on Avifaunal Distributions


In fragmented landscapes, remnant vegetation almost always occurs as irregular shapes and frequently with peninsulas or lobes of habitat extending into the surrounding agricultural matrix. Historical time-series of many landscapes indicate that such lobes tend to be lost through time, making remnants more regularly shaped as more habitat is lost. Although… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10980-004-3163-x


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