Richness is not all: how changes in avian functional diversity reflect major landscape modification caused by pine plantations
Aim: To quantify changes over a 15-year period in bird functional diversity within woodland patches where woodland patches remained unchanged, but the surrounding landscape context has been altered by exotic plantation establishment. Location: South-eastern Australia. Methods: Using statistical modelling and principal coordinate analysis, we explored how a suite of functional diversity measures, bird species richness and the composition of the bird assemblage changed over time and in response...[Show more]
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