The Effects of Landscape Resistance on Inter-Wetland Movements of Hawaiian Stilts on Oahu.

Lello-Smith, Anna M.
2014

Abstract: Habitat fragmentation increases extinction risk by dividing populations into “islands” of smaller populations. By restricting movement across the landscape, habitat fragmentation can disrupt biological processes and threaten long-term population persistence. In the Hawaiian Islands, habitat loss and fragmentation have contributed to a high rate of avian species loss. Bird movement betwee... read more

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Undergraduate honors theses
Subjects
Fragmented landscapes--Environmental aspects.
Fragmented landscapes--Hawaii.
Landscape ecology.
Tufts University. Department of Biology.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/002131
ID: tufts:sd.0000073
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