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ABSTRACT The EBONE (European Biodiversity Observation Network project) asked the Israel Nature and Parks Authority to test methodology correlating patterns of species distribution with habitat in arid regions. A test of this methodology was conducted at the Avdat LTER site in the Negev Desert....
ABSTRACT Landscape typologies are widely recognised as useful tools for landscape management and planning. However, there is wide range of different approaches producing diverse outputs, which makes the usage of landscape typologies sometimes difficult or confusing in general practice (Wascher...
ABSTRACT Anthropogenic changes in a landscape create new cues for birds, which must permanently adapt to these. If landscape changes occur too quickly, individuals have insufficient time to develop adequate reactions. They may, therefore, preferentially nest in low-quality habitats, which can...
ABSTRACT This article examines the consequences of a fire (August 1994) which burned the vegetated surface of abandoned tailings containment in mosaic pattern, in Chvaletice (Eastern River Elbe basin, Czech Republic). Vegetation succession with adjacent processes (such as leaf litter...
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