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Island biogeography and landscape structure: Integrating ecological concepts in a landscape perspective of anthropogenic impacts in temporary wetlands

AuthorsAngeler, D. G.; Álvarez Cobelas, Miguel
KeywordsIsolated wetlands
Environmental risk assessment
Pollution research
Issue Date2005
CitationEnvironmental Pollution 138:421-425 (2005)
AbstractAlthough our understanding of environmental risk assessment in temporary wetlands has been improved by the use of multispecies toxicity testing, we still know little of how landscape variables mediate the strength of, and recovery from, anthropogenic stress in such ecosystems. To bridge this research gap, we provide a theoretical framework of the response of temporary wetlands to anthropogenic disturbance along a habitat-isolation continuum based on island biogeography theory, landscape ecology and dispersal and colonization strategies of temporary wetland organisms.
Description5 pages, and figures, and tables.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi10.1016/j.envpol.2005.04.020
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