Fragmented forests warn of ecological collapse

Laurance, Bill (2013) Fragmented forests warn of ecological collapse. The Conversation.

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[Extract] Humans have already felled or razed about half of the world's forests, and much that remains has been fragmented into small pieces. Research my colleagues and I published in Science today shows that when forests become fragmented, native mammals rapidly disappear, adding to the evidence that deforestation has a devastating effect on biodiversity.

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Date Deposited: 27 May 2014 01:08
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