Disentangling drivers of small mammal diversity in a highly fragmented forest system

Noé De La Sancha, Renan Maestri, Ricardo Bovendorp & Christopher Higgins
The Atlantic Forest is the second most diverse forest system in South America and only a fraction of its original distribution remains. In this study, we aim to use robust datasets of small mammals along the entire forest system to disentangle the main drivers for diversity along this gradient. More specifically we aim to disentangle if deforestation (recent), biogeographical variables, including 19 bioclimatic variables (historic), or historical trapping bias best describe patterns of taxonomic, functional,...
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