The challenge of managing multiple species at multiple scales: reptiles in an Australian grazing landscape
1. Understanding the ecological effects of processes operating at multiple spatial scales on multiple species is a key challenge in ecology. It underpins both basic research and the increasing recognition of scale-dependence in conservation biology. 2. Organisms are affected by ecological processes operating at multiple spatial scales. Hence the study of multiple species and spatial scales is a key challenge in ecology. 3. A spatially nested experimental design was used to investigate the...[Show more]
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