The relationships between net primary productivity, human population density and species conservation

@inproceedings{Luck2007TheRB,
  title={The relationships between net primary productivity, human population density and species conservation},
  author={Gary W. Luck},
  year={2007}
}
Aim In this study, I determine the relationships between net primary productivity (NPP), human population density, species richness and land use. I also examine the implications of human settlement patterns for species conservation. Location Australia. Methods I document the associations between NPP, human population density and the species richness of birds, butterflies and mammals using correlations and spatial regressions. I also assess changes in land-use with NPP and population density… CONTINUE READING

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