Reptile and frog responses to different farm management practices in grazing landscapes
Managing agricultural landscapes for biodiversity conservation is increasingly difficult as land use is intensified for agricultural production. Finding ways to mitigate the often negative effects of agriculture on biodiversity is therefore critical: Using reptiles and frogs as focal taxa, my broad aim was to examine the effect of different human-modified land cover types on biodiversity in a grazing landscape. I present my thesis as a series of five...[Show more]
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