Plant functional types and traits as biodiversity indicators for tropical forests: Two biogeographically separated case studies including birds, mammals and termites
Gillison, A N; Bignell, David E; Brewer, Kenneth; Fernandes, E C M; Jones, David T; Sheil, Douglas; May, Peter H; Watt, Allan D; Constantino, Reginaldo; Couto, Eduardo G; Hairiah, Kurniatun; van Noordwijk, Meine
Multi-taxon surveys were conducted in species-rich, lowland palaeotropical and neotropical forested landscapes in Sumatra, Indonesia and Mato Grosso, Brazil. Gradient-directed transects (gradsects) were sampled across a range of forested land use mosaics,
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