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Title (Primary) The hilly landscape of Halle - main study area of the FIFB. Natural history and the selection of target species for conservation biological research
Title (Secondary) Species survival in fragmented landscapes
Author Bliss, P.; Kuhn, W.; Schöpke, H.; Settele, J.; Wallaschek, M.;
Publisher Settele, J.; Margules, C.; Poschlod, P.; Henle, K.;
Journal GeoJournal Library
Year 1996
Department BZF;
Volume 35
Language englisch;
Keywords Mosaic Landscape; Reserve Selection; Main Study Area; Hilly Landscape; Conservation Relevance
UFZ inventory Leipzig, Bibliothek - Hauptlesesaal, 96-1979 DK: 574.4.015.3 Spe, 00466684
Abstract Conservation biological studies in mosaic landscapes focusing on the viability of rare and endangered species may contribute to a better understanding of fragmentation effects caused by human activities (Hansson et al. 1995). This knowledge is urgently needed because of the increasing fragmentation trends and the decreasing biodiversity in Europe (Bliss 1996). Within the framework of the multidisciplinary research project “FIFB”, a team of conservation biologists are investigating how populations and communities are influenced by habitat (or biotope) qualities and the physical arrangements of patchily distributed habitats (Henle et al. 1995).
ID 14584
Persistent UFZ Identifier https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=20939&ufzPublicationIdentifier=14584
Bliss, P., Kuhn, W., Schöpke, H., Settele, J., Wallaschek, M. (1996):
The hilly landscape of Halle - main study area of the FIFB. Natural history and the selection of target species for conservation biological research
In: Settele, J., Margules, C., Poschlod, P., Henle, K. (eds.)
Species survival in fragmented landscapes
GeoJournal Library 35
Kluwer, Dordrecht, p. 161 - 168