Size or quality: What matters in vegetation restoration for bird biodiversity in endangered temperate woodlands?
Vegetation restoration is a globally important form of management intervention designed to both remediate degraded land and to restore biodiversity. Using a 15-year controlled experimental study in endangered Australian temperate woodlands, we quantified the response of bird biota to vegetation enhancement leading to the re-establishment of an understorey, an increase in woodland patch size, or a combination of both. Our empirical results were characterized by marked variation in species...[Show more]
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