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Scarano, F. Joanna Macy. Cambridge University Press. He specializes in establishing large-scale, long-term research programs that are underpinned by rigorous experimental design, detailed sampling and innovative statistical analyses. Gap-phase regeneration in a tropical forest. Ecological effects emanating from edges between forest and non-forest habitat projections of overall changes in biodiversity in fragmented landscapes. Predicting the impacts of edge effects in fragmented habitats.
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Habitat Fragmentation and Landscape Change: An Ecological and Conservation Synthesis. Article (PDF Available) in Austral Ecology 32(4). Request PDF on ResearchGate | Habitat Fragmentation and Landscape Change: An Ecological and Conservation Synthesis | Habitat loss and.