Identifying Core Areas in a Species’ Range Using Temporal Suitability Analysis: an Example Using Little Bustards Tetrax Tetrax L. in Spain

@article{Osborne2006IdentifyingCA,
  title={Identifying Core Areas in a Species’ Range Using Temporal Suitability Analysis: an Example Using Little Bustards Tetrax Tetrax L. in Spain},
  author={Patrick E. Osborne and Susana Su{\'a}rez-Seoane},
  journal={Biodiversity and Conservation},
  year={2006},
  volume={16},
  pages={3505-3518}
}
Variations in habitat quality impact on breeding success, leading to strong selection pressure for the best sites to be occupied first during a population increase and last during a decline. Coupled with dispersal and metapopulation processes, the result is that snapshot surveys of wildlife distributions may fail to reveal core areas that conservation seeks to protect. At a local scale, territory occupancy is a good indicator of quality but data are not readily available to assess occupancy for… CONTINUE READING

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