2022
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.155446
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Does urbanization impact terrestrial vertebrate ectotherms across a biodiversity hotspot?

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“…To further contemporize IBT, we articulate an island trajectory based on how land development affects habitat diversity (Figure 1c), using the GDM as a reference. Species richness first increases and then decreases along a land development ontology (Gainsbury et al, 2022;Marzluff, 2008) similar to how species richness varies under the GDM with the geological ontology of islands (Whittaker et al, 2008), but this pattern may vary slightly depending on ecological and environmental context (see McKinney, 2008). As development begins, anthropogenic habitat, unsaturated with species, increases habitat diversity (Marzluff, 2008;McKinney, 2002), which is filled by immigrating species introduced via trade.…”
Section: Contemporary Island Trajectoriesmentioning
confidence: 91%
“…To further contemporize IBT, we articulate an island trajectory based on how land development affects habitat diversity (Figure 1c), using the GDM as a reference. Species richness first increases and then decreases along a land development ontology (Gainsbury et al, 2022;Marzluff, 2008) similar to how species richness varies under the GDM with the geological ontology of islands (Whittaker et al, 2008), but this pattern may vary slightly depending on ecological and environmental context (see McKinney, 2008). As development begins, anthropogenic habitat, unsaturated with species, increases habitat diversity (Marzluff, 2008;McKinney, 2002), which is filled by immigrating species introduced via trade.…”
Section: Contemporary Island Trajectoriesmentioning
confidence: 91%
“…1C), using the GDM as a reference. Species richness first increases and then decreases along a land development ontology (Gainsbury et al, 2022;Marzluff, 2008) similar to how species richness varies under the GDM with the geologic ontology of islands (Whittaker et al, 2008), but this pattern may vary slightly depending on ecological and environmental context (see McKinney, 2008). As development begins, anthropogenic habitat, unsaturated with species, increases habitat diversity (Marzluff, 2008;McKinney, 2002), which is filled by immigrating species introduced via trade.…”
Section: Contemporary Island Trajectoriesmentioning
confidence: 92%