Past, present and future of wild ungulates in relation to changes in land use

@article{Acevedo2010PastPA,
  title={Past, present and future of wild ungulates in relation to changes in land use},
  author={Pelayo Acevedo and Miguel {\'A}ngel Farf{\'a}n and Ana Luz M{\'a}rquez and Miguel Delibes-Mateos and Raimundo Real and Juan Mario Vargas},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2010},
  volume={26},
  pages={19-31}
}
In recent decades, Mediterranean landscapes have been experiencing more rapid changes in land use than usual, which have affected the ecology of the species inhabiting this biodiversity hotspot. Some studies have assessed the effect of such changes on biodiversity, but most of these were diachronic studies of population dynamics, or synchronic studies of species habitat selection, whereas few studies have simultaneously taken into account temporal changes in habitat composition and changes in… CONTINUE READING
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