Exploring co-occurrence of closely-related guild members in a fragmented landscape subject to rapid transformation
Quantifying biotic responses to landscape transformation is a major research focus. Most past studies have explored co-occurrence of entire communities of a given group (e.g. birds) within largely intact ecosystems or over a limited time-frame. By contrast, here we use data from a 15 yr experimental study, to explore intra-guild co-occurrence of six closely-related and functionally-similar sets of birds within 55 woodland fragments. Areas surrounding these remnants are undergoing transformation...[Show more]
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