Novel bird responses to successive, large-scale, landscape transformations
Transformation of intact vegetation into new kinds and configurations of human-modified habitats is a well established driver of biodiversity loss. Following initial conversion, many human-dominated landscapes are then subject to further large-scale changes in land use. The impacts on biodiversity of repeated changes in land use remain poorly known, particularly how changes in the matrix interact with initial patterns of vegetation clearing. We used an 18-year study of birds in remnant patches...[Show more]
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