Habitat fragmentation and landscape change : an ecological and conservation synthesis /

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Main Author: Lindenmayer, David.
Other Authors: Fischer, Joern.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Washington : Island Press, ©2006.
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Table of Contents:
  • Machine generated contents note: Ch. 1 Introduction
  • Ch. 2 How landscapes change
  • Ch. 3 How landscape change affects organisms : a conceptual framework
  • Ch. 4 Habitat loss
  • Ch. 5 Habitat degradation
  • Ch. 6 Habitat subdivision and habitat isolation
  • Ch. 7 Changes in the behavior, biology, and interactions of species
  • Ch. 8 Synthesis : threatening processes for species in modified landscapes
  • Ch. 9 Land cover change and patch sizes
  • Ch. 10 Deterioration of vegetation and the physical environment
  • Ch. 11 Edge effects
  • Ch. 12 Landscape connectivity
  • Ch. 13 Nestedness and community assembly
  • Ch. 14 matrix and landscape heterogeneity
  • Ch. 15 Synthesis : cascading effects of landscape change
  • Ch. 16 Field-based approaches to studying species and assemblages in modified landscapes
  • Ch. 17 Desktop approaches to studying species and assemblages in modified landscapes
  • Ch. 18 Managing landscape pattern to mitigate the decline of species and assemblages
  • Ch. 19 Managing individual species and ecological processes to mitigate the decline of species and assemblages
  • Ch. 20 Guiding principles for mitigating the decline of species and assemblages of species.