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Where the wild things are: using remotely sensed forest productivity to assess arboreal marsupial species richness and abundance

Youngentob, Kara; Yoon, Hwan-Jin; Stein, John; Lindenmayer, David B; Held, Alex


Aim Highly productive areas have long been hypothesized to support a greater abundance and diversity of animals than less productive areas. However, evidence for this is equivocal and, until recently, has been difficult to test at a landscape level. For the first time, we use imaging spectroscopy to investigate the relationship between plant productivity and arboreal mammal species richness and abundance at a landscape scale. Location A eucalypt forest in New South Wales,...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2015
Type: Journal article
Source: Diversity and Distributions
DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12332
Access Rights: Open Access via publisher website


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