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Edge effects on understory epiphytic ferns and epiphyllous bryophytes in moist afromontane forests of Ethiopia

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Antropogenically Created Forest Edge in the Starohorské Vrchy Mts. on the Example of Donovaly Village

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Animal occurrence in fragmented forest habitats – important factors at the patch and landscape scale

landscape attributes on black howler monkey populations in the fragmented Lacandona rainforest, Mexico. Landscape Ecology 28: 1717–1727. DOI 10.1007/s10980-013-9929-2. Babak P., He F. 2009. A neutral model of edge effects. Theoretical Population Biology 75: 76–83. DOI 10.1016/j.tpb.2008.11.002. Banks-Leite C., Ewers R.M., Metzger J.P. 2010. Edge effects as the principal cause of area effects on birds in fragmented secondary forest. Oikos 119: 918–926. DOI 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2009.18061.x. Batáry P., Fronczek S., Normann C., Scherber C., Tscharntke

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Habitat fragmentation decreased the genetic variability of Trichilia elegans A. Juss. (Meliaceae) in southern Brazil

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Study on the Size Effect of Auxetic Cellular Materials

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Distribution of the cestode Taenia parva (Taeniidae) along the digestive tract of the common genet (Genetta genetta)

and ecological trends on the helminth community of Genetta genetta Linnaeus, 1758 (Carnivora: Viverridae) in the Iberian Peninsula. Helminthologia 37: 223–228 [4] Fretwell S. D., Lucas, H. L. (1970): On territorial behaviour and other factors influencing habitat distribution in birds. Acta Bio. Theor., 19: 16–36 [5] Gelhausen, S. M., Schwartz, M. W., Augspurger, C. K. (2000): Vegetation and microclimatic edge effects in two mixed-mesophytic forest fragments. Plant Ecol., 147: 21–35 http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/A

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Relationship between vegetation structure and abundance of Great-spotted Woodpeckers (Dendrocopos major) in a mosaic habitat

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The Proportion of Cropland Influences Negatively the Occurrence of Breeding Birds in an Alkali Grassland Habitat in NW Serbia

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The Occurence of Ecological Traps in Bird Populations: Is our Knowledge Sufficient? A Review

. M., Machtans, C. S. (2008). Energy sector edge effects on songbird nest fate andnest productivity in the boreal forest of Western Canada: a preliminary analysis. Proceedings of the Fourth International Partners in Flight Conference: Tundra to Tropics, pp. 161-170. Batáry, P., Winkler, H., Báldi, A. (2004). Experiments with artificial nests on predation in reedhabitats. Journal of Ornithology. 145, pp. 59-63. Battin, J. (2004). When good animals love bad habitats: Ecological traps and the conservation ofanimal populations

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Forest Fragmentation and Connectivity in Virginia Between 2001 and 2011

monitored in a powerful new way by combining remote sensing, geographic information systems, and analytical software. BioScience. 52 (5): 411–422. Holway, D. (2005). Edge effects of an invasive species across a natural ecological boundary. Biological Conservation . 121: 561–567. Honnay, O., Hermy, M. and Coppin, P. (1997). Effects of area, age and diversity of forest patches in Belgium on plant species richness, and implications for conservation and reforestation. Biological Conservation 87: 73 – 84. Jin, S., L. Yang, P. Danielson, C. Homer, J. Fry

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