Using trait-based filtering as a predictive framework for conservation: A case study of bats on farms in southeastern Australia
1.With world-wide changes in human land use, an important challenge for conservation biologists is to develop frameworks to predict how species will respond to landscape change. Environmental filtering, where different environments favour different species' traits, has the potential to be a useful predictive framework. Therefore, it is important to advance our understanding of how species with different traits respond to environmental variables. 2.We investigated the distribution of microbats...[Show more]
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