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The Journal of Applied Ecology, ISSN 0021-8901, 10/2015, Volume 52, Issue 5, p. 1381
  Understanding how interspecific variation in functional traits influences species' capacity to persist in fragments and use patches in fragmented landscapes... 
Bats | Reforestation | Habitats | Phylogenetics | Comparative analysis | Landscape ecology
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Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 12/2018, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp. 3819 - 9
Tropical forest loss and fragmentation are due to increase in coming decades. Understanding how matrix dynamics, especially secondary forest regrowth, can... 
PLANTATION FORESTS | COMMUNITY | UNDERSTORY BIRDS | BRAZILIAN AMAZON | CONCEPTUAL-FRAMEWORK | UNCERTAIN FUTURE | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | RAIN-FOREST | LARGE-SCALE FRAGMENTATION | NEOTROPICAL BATS | BIODIVERSITY CHANGE | Deforestation | Transposition | Forests | Habitats | Ecosystems | Conservation | Abundance | Tropical forests | Biodiversity | Species
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Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, ISSN 2296-701X, 10/2019, Volume 7
Habitat loss and fragmentation rank high amongst the most pressing threats to biodiversity. Understanding how variation in functional traits is associated with... 
Echolocation (Physiology) | Habitat destruction | wing | passive recorders | bioacoustics | species traits | Chiroptera | deforestation
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TROPICAL CONSERVATION SCIENCE, ISSN 1940-0829, 05/2018, Volume 11, pp. 1 - 4
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by Dornelas, Maria and Antão, Laura H and Moyes, Faye and Bates, Amanda E and Magurran, Anne E and Adam, Dušan and Akhmetzhanova, Asem A and Appeltans, Ward and Arcos, José Manuel and Arnold, Haley and Ayyappan, Narayanan and Badihi, Gal and Baird, Andrew H and Barbosa, Miguel and Barreto, Tiago Egydio and Bässler, Claus and Bellgrove, Alecia and Belmaker, Jonathan and Benedetti‐Cecchi, Lisandro and Bett, Brian J and Bjorkman, Anne D and Błażewicz, Magdalena and Blowes, Shane A and Bloch, Christopher P and Bonebrake, Timothy C and Boyd, Susan and Bradford, Matt and Brooks, Andrew J and Brown, James H and Bruelheide, Helge and Budy, Phaedra and Carvalho, Fernando and Castañeda‐Moya, Edward and Chen, Chaolun Allen and Chamblee, John F and Chase, Tory J and Siegwart Collier, Laura and Collinge, Sharon K and Condit, Richard and Cooper, Elisabeth J and Cornelissen, J. Hans C and Cotano, Unai and Kyle Crow, Shannan and Damasceno, Gabriella and Davies, Claire H and Davis, Robert A and Day, Frank P and Degraer, Steven and Doherty, Tim S and Dunn, Timothy E and Durigan, Giselda and Duffy, J. Emmett and Edelist, Dor and Edgar, Graham J and Elahi, Robin and Elmendorf, Sarah C and Enemar, Anders and Ernest, S. K. Morgan and Escribano, Rubén and Estiarte, Marc and Evans, Brian S and Fan, Tung‐Yung and Turini Farah, Fabiano and Loureiro Fernandes, Luiz and Farneda, Fábio Z and Fidelis, Alessandra and Fitt, Robert and Fosaa, Anna Maria and Daher Correa Franco, Geraldo Antonio and Frank, Grace E and Fraser, William R and García, Hernando and Cazzolla Gatti, Roberto and Givan, Or and Gorgone‐Barbosa, Elizabeth and Gould, William A and Gries, Corinna and Grossman, Gary D and Gutierréz, Julio R and Hale, Stephen and Harmon, Mark E and Harte, John and Haskins, Gary and Henshaw, Donald L and Hermanutz, Luise and Hidalgo, Pamela and Higuchi, Pedro and Hoey, Andrew and Van Hoey, Gert and Hofgaard, Annika and Holeck, Kristen and Hollister, Robert D and Holmes, Richard and Hoogenboom, Mia and Hsieh, Chih‐hao and Hubbell, Stephen P and Huettmann, Falk and Huffard, Christine L and Hurlbert, Allen H and Macedo Ivanauskas, Natália and ... and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten and Faculty of Sciences and Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences and Göteborgs universitet and Institutionen för biologi och miljövetenskap and Gothenburg University
Global Ecology and Biogeography, ISSN 1466-822X, 07/2018, Volume 27, Issue 7, pp. 760 - 786
Motivation The BioTIME database contains raw data on species identities and abundances in ecological assemblages through time. These data enable users to... 
species richness | global | biodiversity | spatial | turnover | temporal | PRIMEVAL TEMPERATE FOREST | TALLGRASS PRAIRIE | TUNDRA VEGETATION | BIRD COMMUNITY DYNAMICS | LAND-BRIDGE ISLANDS | LONG-TERM CHANGE | SIMULATED HERBIVORY | POPULATION TRENDS | ESTUARINE COASTAL LAGOON | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | ECOLOGY | BIALOWIEZA NATIONAL-PARK | Analysis | Databases | Biological diversity | Terrestrial environments | Spatial discrimination | Time series | Biodiversity | Data bases | Vertebrates | Plankton | Data sets | Invertebrates | Sampling | Species | Query languages | Quantitative analysis | VDP | Zoology and botany: 480 | Zoologiske og botaniske fag: 480 | Matematikk og Naturvitenskap: 400 | Mathematics and natural science: 400 | Life Sciences | Ecosystems | Botanics | Ecology, environment | Vegetal Biology | Systematics, Phylogenetics and taxonomy | Biodiversity and Ecology | Environmental Sciences | Data Paper | Data Papers | Fysisk geografi | tallgrass | primeval temperate forest | bialowieza national-park | tundra vegetation | Miljövetenskap | Physical Geography | land-bridge islands | simulated herbivory | Environmental Sciences & Ecology | Ecology | lagoon | long-term change | prairie | bird community dynamics | population trends | estuarine coastal | Ekologi | Leerstoelgroep Resource Ecology | Resource Ecology | PE&RC
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