Lathework a complete course 34 by Harold Hall

By Harold Hall

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The potential of a park or reserve to attain conservation goals, such as preservation of an endangered species, may therefore be compromised by the nature of the surrounding landscape-the complement of predators, parasites, competitors, or disturbances that are available to cross the boundary into the "protected" area. This is why it is so important to know not only what a patch is, in terms of its size, boundary length, quality, and so on, but also where it is, in terms of its adjacency to different kinds of neighboring patches with different ecological properties.

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E. 2000. A Freshwater BioI. 43:301-381. T. 1999. Spatial patterns of invertebrate species richness in a river: the relationship between riffles and microhabitats. Australian 1 Ecol. 24:599-607. C. 1997. Biological corridors: form, function, and efficacy. BioScience 47:677-687. H. 1978. Some comments on plankton patches. In Spatial Pattern in Plankton Communities, ed. lH. Steele, pp. 11-20. New York: Plenum Press. H. 1989. Scale and coupling in ecological systems. In Perspectives in Ecological Theory, eds.

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