Journal Article


Surviving in fragmented landscapes: Identifying variables that influence primate population viability and persistence in forest fragments

Abstract

Research Highlights. 1. The papers included in this special issue examine interspecific responses to habitat fragmentation by primate populations. 2. We identify intra and interspecific variables that can help predict primate population viability and potential persistence in fragmented landscapes

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Authors

Gould, Lisa
McLennan, Matthew
Donati, Giuseppe

Oxford Brookes departments

Department of Social Sciences

Dates

Year of publication: 2020
Date of RADAR deposit: 2020-05-07



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This RADAR resource is the Accepted Manuscript of Surviving in fragmented landscapes: Identifying variables that influence primate population viability and persistence in forest fragments and a summary of the included papers

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