Browsing Wiess School of Natural Sciences by Subject "Madagascar"
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Assessing the impacts of nonrandom seed dispersal by multiple frugivore partners on plant recruitment (2015)Directed dispersal is defined as enhanced dispersal of seeds into suitable microhabitats, resulting in higher recruitment than if seeds were dispersed randomly. While this constitutes one of the main explanations for the ...
(Elsevier Science, 2008)Madagascar ranks as one of the world’s top extinction hotspots because of its high endemism and high rate of habitat degradation. Global climate phenomena such as El Nin˜ o Southern Oscillations may have confounding ...