What determines the spatial extent of landscape effects on species?

@article{Miguet2015WhatDT,
  title={What determines the spatial extent of landscape effects on species?},
  author={Paul Miguet and Heather Bird Jackson and Nathan D. Jackson and Amanda E Martin and Lenore Fahrig},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2015},
  volume={31},
  pages={1177-1194}
}
Landscape ecologists are often interested in measuring the effects of an environmental variable on a biological response; however, the strength and direction of effect depend on the size of the area within which the environmental variable is measured. Thus a central objective is to identify the optimal spatial extent within which to measure the environmental variable, i.e. the “scale of effect”. Our objectives are (1) to provide a comprehensive summary of the hypotheses concerning what… CONTINUE READING
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