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Food webs from natural to production forests: composition, phylogeny and functioning
(University of Canterbury. School of Biological Sciences, 2013)
Habitat loss and fragmentation have been identified as the main drivers of biodiversity loss. These drivers increase the proportion of habitat edges and change the configuration of landscapes. Habitat edges are known to ...
Impacts of land-use intensification on forest remnants embedded within production landscapes
(University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2013)
Agricultural expansion has transformed and fragmented natural forest habitats at an alarming rate, and dramatic increases in agricultural intensification have since taken place in order to keep pace with human population ...
The interplay of habitat and seed size on the shift in species composition in a fragmented Afromontane forest landscape: Implications for the management of forest restoration
(University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2014)
The Cameroon Highlands that run along the Cameroon-Nigeria border are an important source of biodiversity. Not only are they rich in species and high in endemics, but biota from West Africa have not been studied as ...