Browsing Department of Biology by Subject "resampling"
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Massive structural and compositional changes over two decades in forest fragments near Kampala, Uganda (Wiley, 2013)Private forests harbor considerable biodiversity, however, they are under greater threat than reserved areas, particularly from urbanization, agriculture, and intense exploitation for timber and fuel wood. The extent to ...Journal article
Temporal patterns in Saturnidae (silk moth) and Sphingidae (hawk moth) assemblages in protected forests of central Uganda (2015-03-25)Forest-dependent biodiversity is threatened throughout the tropics by habitat loss and land-use intensification of the matrix habitats. We resampled historic data on two moth families, known to play central roles in many ...Journal article