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Landscape modification and habitat fragmentation are key drivers of global species loss. Their effects may be understood by… Expand These networks deliver to ecologists data on localized environmental conditions at the scale of individual organisms to help… Expand Agricultural intensification has led to a widespread decline in farmland biodiversity measured across many different taxa. The… Expand We provide an in-depth study of applying wireless sensor networks to real-world habitat monitoring. A set of system design… Expand With the rise of new powerful statistical techniques and GIS tools, the development of predictive habitat distribution models has… Expand Habitat fragmentation implies a loss of habitat, reduced patch size and an increasing distance between patches, but also an… Expand HABITAT destruction is the major cause of species extinctions13. Dominant species often are considered to be free of this threat… Expand Part 1 Patterns: habitat structures - the evolution and diversification of a complex topic, E.D.McCoy and S.S.Bell development of… Expand By determining the microclimates that an animal experiences, habitats influence an animal's physiological capacities and… Expand The very etymology of Ecology, from the greek 'Qikos', 'the household', implies that ecologists should devote some attention to… Expand