Riparian reserves in oil palm plantations: biodiversity, ecological processes and ecosystem services
- As the human population expands, agricultural expansion and intensification will exert an increasing pressure on remaining habitats, especially in the tropics. Oil palm is one of the most rapidly expanding crops in these regions, and identifying management strategies that conserve biodiversity and ecosystem services in these landscapes is therefore a priority.
- I assess whether riparian forest fragments (riparian reserves) conserve species and the functions they support within...
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- Gray, C
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