How Well Will Brazil's System of Atlantic Forest Reserves Maintain Viable Bird Populations?

Abstract

It is crucial for biodiversity conservation that protected areas are large and effective enough to support viable populations of their original species. We used a point count distance sampling method to estimate population sizes of a range of bird species in three Atlantic forest protected areas of size 5600, 22,500, and 46,050 ha. Population sizes were… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10531-004-0219-9

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@article{Marsden2004HowWW, title={How Well Will Brazil's System of Atlantic Forest Reserves Maintain Viable Bird Populations?}, author={Stuart Marsden and Mark Whiffin and Mauro Galetti and Alan Fielding}, journal={Biodiversity & Conservation}, year={2004}, volume={14}, pages={2835-2853} }