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uwep-responses

A study of how niche breadth affects species responses to landscape fragmentation, using a dataset spanning multiple taxa and landscapes in north-central Indiana. The analysis also examines how accounting for imperfect detection and phylogenetic relationships among species impact inference.

The results are published in the following article:

Kellner, K.F.; Duchamp, J.E.; Swihart, R.K. 2019. Niche breadth and vertebrate sensitivity to habitat modification: signals from multiple taxa across replicated landscapes. Biodiversity and Conservation. DOI: 10.1007\%2Fs10531-019-01785-w.