Reduced availability of habitat structures in urban landscapes: Implications for policy and practice
Over half the world's population resides in cities, with increasing trends towards urbanisation expected to continue globally over the next 50 years. Urban landscapes will be more ecologically sustainable where key habitat structures (e.g. trees, shrubs and woody debris) that support multiple taxa are maintained. Yet, there is little empirical data on the extent to which habitat structures have been modified in urban landscapes. Obtaining these data is a necessary first step towards reducing...[Show more]
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