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Avifauna and urban encroachment in time and space

Rayner, Laura; Ikin, Karen; Evans, Maldwyn J.; Gibbons, Philip; Manning, Adrian D.; Lindenmayer, David B


AIM: Urban expansion significantly alters fringe environments often with unde-sirable impacts on biodiversity. Consequently, there is a need to define clearconservation objectives for areas subject to urban encroachment. Urban fringe development is a highly dynamic process, both spatially and temporally, but few studies are equipped to examine its temporal effects on biota. We aimed to explore the impacts of urban encroachment on avifauna through space and time.LOCATION: The Australian Capital...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2015-04
Type: Journal article
Source: Diversity and Distributions
DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12293


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