The response of arboreal Marsupials to landscape context: A large-scale fragmentation study
We describe a landscape-scale study of fragmentation effects on arboreal marsupials at Tumut, southeastern Australia. Embedded within a 55 000-ha plantation of exotic Monterey pine (Pinus radiata) are 192 patches of remnant Eucalyptus forest, with large contiguous areas of eucalypt forest beyond the plantation boundary. We compared presence and estimated abundance of arboreal marsupials in three broad groups of sites: remnants of native Eucalyptus forest in the P. radiata plantation; P. radiata...[Show more]
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