Fire and fragmentation interactions: effects on reptiles and small mammals in modified semi-arid landscapes
Interactions between fire and fragmented landscapes could be a primary factor influencing the distribution and persistence of species. However, historical and recent land use change and land management practices have altered the spread, frequency and intensity of fires globally. This presents a major challenge to biodiversity management because ecosystems are being modified by fire in already fragmented systems. Within fragmented fire-affected landscapes, the use or suppression of fire can...[Show more]
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