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Plant distributions and dynamics in urban habitat fragments
Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Biological Sciences.
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The distributions and population dynamics of bee species in naturally patchy habitats (e.g., bumble bees in alpine meadows) can yield insights into some, but not all, of the factors associated with habitat fragmentation (Bowers ).Cited by: Plant Distributions in the Southwestern United States: A Scenario Assessment of the Modern-Day and Future Distribution Ranges of Species: Open-File Report [Thomas, Kathryn A., U.S. Department of the Interior, United, et al.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Plant Distributions in the Southwestern United States: A Scenario Assessment of the Modern-Day and Author: Kathryn A. Thomas.
Title: Effects of surrounding land use on plant species composition in urban forest fragments. As human development occurs in forested areas, forests become fragmented into small islands in a matrix of urban land uses. This study examined the effect of surrounding urban land uses on the native and exotic plant species found on the edgesAuthor: Bruce Michael Barbarasch. Following habitat fragmentation individual habitat patches may lose species over time as they pay off their “extinction debt.” Species with relatively low rates of population extinction and colonization (“slow” species) may maintain extinction debts for particularly prolonged periods, but few data are available to test this by: Producing plant distributions. Many academic papers cover algorithms which extract plant data from imagery, or simulate ecosystems - see the Plant Papers page for significant papers like Tree detection from aerial imagery () Sources of Data. The GlobeLand30 (GLC30) LULC Dataset.
Hanski, I () Habitat loss, the dynamics of biodiversity, and a perspective on conservation. Am – Hsieh, YL and Linsenmair, KE () Seasonal dynamics of arboreal spider diversity in a temperate : Julieta Benítez-Malvido, Ana Paola Martínez-Falcón, César G. Durán-Barrón. Urban systems often support large numbers of non-native species, but due to the heterogeneity of urban landscapes, species are not evenly distributed. Understanding the drivers of ecological resistance in urban landscapes may help to identify habitats that are most resistant to invasion, and inform efforts to model and conserve native by: 1. The role of herbivores in affecting plant abundance and the stability of plant populations is potentially great, and appears to be related to the body size, mobility and degree of monophagy of the herbivores involved. For example, large, mobile, polyphagous vertebrate herbivores tend to have more impact on plant dynamics than small, sedentary.
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ARCTOMECON CALIFORNICA, A RARE PLANT IN A FRAGMENTED DESERT ENVIRONMENT. Laura Megill. 1, Lawrence R. Walker. 1,2, Cheryl Vanier. 1, and Debra Johnson. A. BSTRACT.—Protection of endangered desert plant species is frequently complicated by a lack of information aboutCited by: 5.Green Roofs ebook Facades: A Habitat Template Approach.
The first more comprehensive attempts to find natural analogs for urban habitats were led by anthropologists and environmental psychologists who examined the typical suburban landscapes of North America and Europe.