The impacts of habitat loss and fragmentation upon the maintenance of biodiversity in tropical ecosystems

Jack Henry Hatfield
Habitat loss and fragmentation are major threats to biodiversity on a global scale. Human modified landscapes now comprise large areas of the globe, heavily contributing to the observed decline in biodiversity. By understanding the processes governing species communities in these fragmented landscapes we may be better able to manage them in a way that provides conservation benefits. The first part of this thesis focuses on dispersal in complex landscapes with Chapter 2 taking a regional...
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