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- Smith, Andrew G.; McAlpine, Clive; Rhodes, Jonathan; Seabrook, Leonie; Lunney, Daniel; Baxter, Greg
- Wildlife research 2013 v.40 no.5 pp. 413-426
- Eucalyptus; arsenic; habitats; landscapes; managers; models; probability; regression analysis; rivers; semiarid zones; streams; trees; Queensland
- ... Context Habitat thresholds are the critical point(s), below which the probability of occurrence of a species declines. Identifying thresholds assists land managers to decide how much habitat is needed to conserve a species. However, for any given species, a threshold may not exist, or might occur at one scale but not at others, and it may differ across regions. The use of critical habitat threshol ...
- Isaac, Bronwyn; White, John; Ierodiaconou, Daniel; Cooke, Raylene
- Wildlife research 2013 v.40 no.5 pp. 427-436
- Strigiformes; biodiversity; ecosystems; forests; habitats; landscapes; models; predators; rivers; trees; urbanization
- ... Context Urbanisation is one of the most damaging landscape-scale disturbance processes leading to significant and potentially irreversible changes in biodiversity. How apex predators respond to urbanisation is poorly understood, largely because of their low density and low detectability. Given the important functional roles of apex predators in ecosystems, it is critical that research investigates ...