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The landscape ecology of butterflies in traditionally managed Norwegian farmland

@inproceedings{Fjellstad1998TheLE,
  title={The landscape ecology of butterflies in traditionally managed Norwegian farmland},
  author={W. Fjellstad},
  year={1998}
}
  • W. Fjellstad
  • Published 1998
  • Geography
  • The modernisation of agriculture has lead to changes in Norwegian farming landscapes that have consequences for butterfly distribution and abundance. Particularly important is the abandonment of traditionally managed grasslands and the consequent increase in potential barriers of scrub and trees in the landscape. In this thesis I use a landscape ecological perspective to explore the effects of abandonment on butterfly dispersal. I demonstrate that landscape elements influence butterfly movement… CONTINUE READING
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