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000160703 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1139/Z08-048
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000160703 245__ $$aLandscape effects on anuran pond occupancy in an agricultural countryside: barrier-based buffers predict distributions better than circular buffers
000160703 269__ $$a2008
000160703 260__ $$c2008
000160703 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000160703 520__ $$aSpecies movement and occupancy of habitat patches are dependent on landscape permeability. Some land-use types (e.g., roads) may be barriers to animal movement. Analyses of the effect of landscape structure on patch occupancy usually use circular buffers around focal patches. The main assumption of this methodological approach is that species are affected by a particular landscape element equally in every direction from a given patch. This assumption is likely not to hold if animal movement is restricted by barriers because barriers reduce movement patterns and reshape the ideal circular buffer into a noncircular buffer. We developed a method to determine the effect of landscape variables oil the distribution of two amphibian species that explicitly takes dispersal barriers into account. We extracted landscape variables within (i) circular buffers (CB) and (ii) barrier-based buffers (BBB). BBB were produced by reducing the boundaries of CB according to major impassable barriers. The BBB approach almost doubled the explained deviance of multiple regression models in comparison with the CB approach. Moreover. CB and BBB models included different predictor variables. We Suggest that the BBB approach is more Useful than the traditional CB analyses of species-habitat relationships because ecological barriers are explicitly taken into account..
000160703 6531_ $$aSpecies Richness
000160703 6531_ $$aSpatial Autocorrelation
000160703 6531_ $$aHabitat Fragmentation
000160703 6531_ $$aSite Occupancy
000160703 6531_ $$aLand-Use
000160703 6531_ $$aFrog
000160703 6531_ $$aAbundance
000160703 6531_ $$aConnectivity
000160703 6531_ $$aConservation
000160703 6531_ $$aPopulations
000160703 700__ $$aZanini, Flavio
000160703 700__ $$aKlingemann, Anna
000160703 700__ $$0(EPFLAUTH)112976$$aSchlaepfer, Rodolphe$$g112976
000160703 700__ $$aSchmidt, Benedikt R.
000160703 773__ $$j86$$q692-699$$tCanadian Journal Of Zoology-Revue Canadienne De Zoologie
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000160703 917Z8 $$xWOS-2010-11-30
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000160703 937__ $$aEPFL-ARTICLE-160703
000160703 973__ $$aEPFL$$rREVIEWED$$sPUBLISHED
000160703 980__ $$aARTICLE