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- Zucchi, Maria I.; Sujii, Patricia S.; Mori, Gustavo M.; Viana, João P. G.; Grando, Carolina; Silvestre, Ellida de Aguiar; Schwarcz, Kaiser D.; Macrini, Camila M.; Bajay, Miklos M.; Araújo, Fabiano L.; Siqueira, Marcos V. B. M.; Alves‐Pereira, Alessandro; de Souza, Anete P.; Pinheiro, José B.; Rodrigues, Ricardo R.; Brancalion, Pedro H. S.
- Restoration ecology 2018 v.26 no.4 pp. 694-701
- ecological restoration, etc ; alleles; biodiversity; biodiversity conservation; fecundity; forests; genetic variation; habitat fragmentation; homogenization; inbreeding; landscapes; plantations; pollination; trees; vigor; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... Long‐term ecological success of large‐scale restoration programs planned for the next decades will rely on genetic diversity (GD) of reintroduced or colonizing species, a limiting factor in highly fragmented landscapes. In small and isolated natural remnants or restoration areas, substantial reduction in population's size or connectivity may lead to local extinctions due to the accumulation of del ...
- Braidwood, David W.; Taggart, Mark A.; Smith, Melanie; Andersen, Roxane
- Restoration ecology 2018 v.26 no.1 pp. 20-28
- ecological restoration, etc ; anthropogenic activities; biodiversity; biogeography; climate; climate change; habitat destruction; issues and policy; landscapes; models; threatened species; Show all 11 Subjects
- ... High levels of human activity have affected the quality and usability of the natural landscape, leading to habitat degradation, loss of connectivity between sites, and reduced chances of long‐term survival for individual species. In line with conservation policy, ecological restoration practitioners try to improve degraded sites by means of reestablishing species lost from these sites, thereby ret ...