When is the best period to sample ants in tropical areas impacted by mining and in rehabilitation process?

@article{Rabello2015WhenIT,
  title={When is the best period to sample ants in tropical areas impacted by mining and in rehabilitation process?},
  author={Ananza M. Rabello and Ant{\^o}nio C{\'e}sar Medeiros de Queiroz and Chaim Jos{\'e} Lasmar and Rafael Gonçalves Cuissi and Ernesto Oliveira Canedo-J{\'u}nior and Fernando Augusto Schmidt and Carla Rodrigues Ribas},
  journal={Insectes Sociaux},
  year={2015},
  volume={62},
  pages={227-236}
}
Fluctuating resources and conditions can regulate the community structure of ants, affecting their activities and interactions. This has important implications for the selection of sampling periods during bioindication studies. The aim of this study was to evaluate if the chosen sampling period influences the response of ant assemblage diversity and ecological function to mining impacts and rehabilitation age after mining. We used ant assemblage parameters, including arboreal, epigaeic and… CONTINUE READING
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