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Birds as surrogates for mammals and reptiles: Are patterns of cross-taxonomic associations stable over time in a human-modified landscape?

Yong, Ding Li; Barton, Philip S.; Okada, Sachiko; Crane, Mason J.; Lindenmayer, David B


Cross-taxonomic surrogates can be feasible alternatives to direct measurements of biodiversity in conservation if validated with robust data and used with explicit goals. However, few studies of cross-taxonomic surrogates have examined how temporal changes in composition or richness in one taxon can drive variation in concordant patterns of diversity in another taxon, particularly in a dynamic and heavily modified landscape. We examined this problem by assessing changes in cross-taxonomic...[Show more]

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Date published: 23/04/2016
Type: Journal article
Source: Ecological Indicators
DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2016.04.013
Access Rights: Open Access


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