Forest Island Dynamics in Man-Dominated Landscapes
The minimum critical size of ecosystems; Woodlots as biogeographic islands in southeastern wisconsin; The groundlayer vegetation of forest islands in an urban-suburban matrix; Mammals in forest islands in southeastern wisconsin; The importance of edge in the structure and dynamics of forest islands; biogeography of forest plants in the prairie-forest ecotone of western.
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The Minimum Critical Size of Ecosystems
Woodlots as Biogeographic Islands in Southeastern Wisconsin
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