103 fragment - OUTLINE: FRAGMENTATION 1. DEFINITIONS &...

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OUTLINE: FRAGMENTATION 2. NEGATIVE EFFECTS 3. SMALL PATCHES ARE AFFECTED MORE. 4. FOREST-INTERIOR SPECIES, AREA-SENSITIVE SPECIES Suggested reading: Harris, L. 1984. The fragmented forest. Univ. Chicago Press [classic in the field] Wallace, S. 2007. Farming the Amazon. Nat. Geographic 211:40-72.
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DEFINITIONS HABITAT FRAGMENTATION __________________ __________________ __________________ _________________. Natural fragmentation in a western montane landscape – yellow aspens show recent disturbances
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International example Forest loss and fragmentation in the Monarch Butterfly wintering zones in Mexico.
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Timber harvest that resulted in a very non- natural landscape – a “___________” pattern.
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NEGATIVE EFFECTS 1. LESS HABITAT IN FRAGMENTED LANDSCAPE = _________________ ________________________________ 1A. ____________________________ ________________________________.
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2. ____________ ______________ OF PATCHES AS LANDSCAPE GETS FRAGMENTED.
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course FNR 103 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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103 fragment - OUTLINE: FRAGMENTATION 1. DEFINITIONS &...

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