Short- and long- term effects of habitat fragmentation differ but are predicted by response to the matrix
Habitat loss and fragmentation are major threats to biodiversity and ecosystem processes. Our current understanding of the impacts of habitat loss and fragmentation is based largely on studies that focus on either short- term or long- term responses. Short- term responses are often used to predict long- term responses and make management decisions. The lack of studies comparing short- and long- term responses to fragmentation means we do not adequately understand when and how well short-...[Show more]
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