Shifting agriculture is the dominant driver of forest disturbance in threatened forest species’ ranges

Enviro & Legislation

Our results show that the effects of the forest disturbance drivers on biodiversity are likely to be different from those simply expected from the baseline proportions of the forest disturbance drivers if we take into account the threatened species’ distributions. The amount of forest habitat is a primary factor for species diversity of many taxa,…

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