Wildlife dynamics in the changing New England landscape

@article{Foster2002WildlifeDI,
  title={Wildlife dynamics in the changing New England landscape},
  author={D. Foster and G. Motzkin and D. Bernardos and James E. Cardoza},
  journal={Journal of Biogeography},
  year={2002},
  volume={29},
  pages={1337-1357}
}
Abstract Aim  Over the past four centuries the eastern US has undergone remarkable landscape and land-use transformations involving deforestation, intensive agriculture, farm abandonment, reforestation and human population increase that have induced sweeping changes in wildlife assemblages, abundances, and distributions. This study compiles data on major wildlife species and seeks to identify broad population trends and to address both fundamental and applied questions regarding these long-term… Expand
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