Season-specific and guild-specific effects of anthropogenic landscape modification on metacommunity structure of tropical bats.

@article{Cisneros2015SeasonspecificAG,
  title={Season-specific and guild-specific effects of anthropogenic landscape modification on metacommunity structure of tropical bats.},
  author={Laura M. Cisneros and Matthew E. Fagan and Michael R Willig},
  journal={The Journal of animal ecology},
  year={2015},
  volume={84 2},
  pages={
          373-85
        }
}
Fragmentation per se due to human land conversion is a landscape-scale phenomenon. Accordingly, assessment of distributional patterns across a suite of potentially connected communities (i.e. metacommunity structure) is an appropriate approach for understanding the effects of landscape modification and complements the plethora of fragmentation studies that have focused on local community structure. To date, metacommunity structure within human-modified landscapes has been assessed with regard… CONTINUE READING
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