Scale does matter!
Brouwers, N.C. and Newton, A. (2007) Scale does matter! In: 7th IALE World Congress, 8 - 12 July, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Current woodland conservation policy stresses the importance to preserve, expand and re-connect habitat fragments on a landscape scale. However, Dolman and Fuller (2003) suggest that more studies are necessary on woodland specialists species to provide a firmer basis for current management strategies. To address this knowledge gap, research was undertaken on a specialist woodland invertebrate, the wood cricket (Nemobius sylvestris) on the Isle of Wight, UK. In 2005, a landscape scale survey and in 2006 a more detailed study within 3 separate woodland fragments was undertaken. The results of both studies were used to assess the relevance of a landscape scale approach for conservation effort of this species.
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|Notes:||Poster presentation In: Bunce, R.G.H., Jongman, R.H.G., Hojas L. and Weel S. (Eds) 2007. 25 years Landscape Ecology: Scientific Principles in Practice. Proceedings of the 7th IALE World Congress 8 – 12 July Wageningen, The Netherlands, IALE Publication series 4 p. 425.|
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