Forest organisms depend to a certain degree on the continuity of the forest cover in space or time, or even in both dimensions. Disruptions in any of those dimensions will most likely result in a loss of forest biodiversity, as patterns of habitat availability and suitability are affected by spatio-temporal forest cover changes. This is first illustrated by means of a hypothetical landscape that is dynamic, meaning that the landscape configuration is changing in time.
Publicatiedatum Februari 2014
Publicatietype Boek
Thema's Natuur en bos
Auteur(s) L. De Keersmaeker
Reeks INBO.T.2013.722587