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A Qualitative and Quantitative Structural Landscape Analysis Case Study in Monteverde, Costa Rica

Forest fragmentation translates a geographical isolation process and has been shown to influence the abundance, the movements and persistence of many species. The structure of the highly fragmented forests of Monteverde, Costa Rica, may exercise a relevant influence on the species richness and individual abundance of many forest-dwelling understory bird species.

    Reference

    • LASIG-STUDENT-2005-008

    Record created on 2005-12-06, modified on 2016-08-08

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