Ecological impacts of habitat fragmentation

Neal, Bradley (2023). Ecological impacts of habitat fragmentation. In: Habitat fragmentation workshop, 23 Nov 2023, Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, UK.


Habitat fragmentation is major cause of species decline and overall degradation of nature, and is responsible for shifting species communities, habitat loss and local extinction. Construction of urban environments and intensive farming are both principal causes of fragmented habitats. This talk introduces the basics of habitat fragmentation in a UK context, and discusses the impacts on selective pressure and life history traits that can tolerate the national patchwork environment. This talk was delivered part of a workshop at the Royal Agricultural University.

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