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|Title:||Habitat fragmentation in north Thailand: A case study|
University of Victoria
|Keywords:||Agricultural and Biological Sciences;Environmental Science|
|Citation:||Bird Conservation International. Vol.14, No.SPEC. ISS. (2004)|
|Abstract:||We surveyed birds in two remnant patches of montane evergreen forest landscapes differing in intensity of habitat fragmentation, land use patterns and development. Present landscape configurations in Mae Tuen and Om Koi show that both became heavily fragmented (Table 1, see also Figure 1) between 1954 and 1996. The low abundance at Om Koi of large frugivores, such as Brown Hornbills Ptilolaemus tickelli and Great Hornbills Buceros bicornis, and their lack at Mae Tuen, are probably effects of prolonged fragmentation. © BirdLife International 2004.|
|Appears in Collections:||Scopus 2001-2005|
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