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“…In contrast, the abundance of single resources tends to be greater in disturbed habitats, such as cattle pastures (Hanski & Cambefort, ; Louzada & Carvalho e Silva, ; Bourg et al ., ). The magnitude of these changes in biotic and abiotic conditions caused by the replacement of natural habitats influences the natural patterns of species abundance and diversity (species richness and composition) (Halffter & Arellano, ; Andrade‐Núñez & Aide, ; Tonelli et al ., ). In general, land uses preserving the structure and composition of native vegetation and environmental conditions are more suitable for native species (Zurita & Bellocq, ; Audino et al ., ; Gómez‐Cifuentes et al ., ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In contrast, the abundance of single resources tends to be greater in disturbed habitats, such as cattle pastures (Hanski & Cambefort, ; Louzada & Carvalho e Silva, ; Bourg et al ., ). The magnitude of these changes in biotic and abiotic conditions caused by the replacement of natural habitats influences the natural patterns of species abundance and diversity (species richness and composition) (Halffter & Arellano, ; Andrade‐Núñez & Aide, ; Tonelli et al ., ). In general, land uses preserving the structure and composition of native vegetation and environmental conditions are more suitable for native species (Zurita & Bellocq, ; Audino et al ., ; Gómez‐Cifuentes et al ., ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Besides generalized linear models [20,[43][44][45], several other analytical approaches have been used recently for 'multiscale' analysis: principal coordinates of neighbor matrices [46], multi-scale pattern analysis [47], Spearman's rank correlation [48][49][50][51], multidimensional scaling [52], and classification tree analysis [53]. Analytical approaches from other disciplines have also been borrowed for the identification of relevant analytical foci, such as geostatistical variograms [54].…”
Section: Multi-scale Studies To Find Appropriate Spatial Focusmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There were abortive attempts to increase the nation's forest cover through the first Forestry Law in 1968, but they failed owing to incomplete provisions and lack of funding (Snoeck et al 2007;Olmos & Siry 2009). In 1987, following the approval and implementation of Forestry Law 15939, the area of exotic tree plantations increased rapidly (Mendell et al 2007;Andrade-Núñez & Aide 2010). The objective of this law was to replace marginal and unprofitable farming and ranching on poor soils with plantations for exporting pulpwood to Europe (Snoeck et al 2007).…”
Section: Internal Policies: Tree Plantations Dynamicsmentioning
confidence: 99%