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Breeding productivity does not decline with increasing fragmentation in a western landscape .

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Joshua J Tewksbury, Sallie J Hejl, and Thomas E Martin, 1997, Breeding productivity does not decline with increasing fragmentation in a western landscape .: Ecology 79, no. 8 (1998): 2890-2903.

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Conclusions:The effects of landscape fragmentation depend on habitat structure, landscape context, the predator community, and the impact of parasitism. Because these factors differ substantially in western ecosystem compared to eastern forest ecosystems, it is difficult to make universal generalizations about the effects of landscape fragmentation on ecosystem processes and wildlife dynamicsThresholds/Learnings:

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  • Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative
  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal
  • Landscape Patterns Catalog

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journalEcology 79, no. 8 (1998): 2890-2903
citationTypeJournal Article

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