compare different components of tropical forest ecology
concepts of edge effects and the potential relationship with predation rates
concepts of nutrient cycling, the carbon cycle, and decomposition
uch as temperature, humidity, wind, sunlight
edge effects are the changes that occur to habitats on their boundaries.
habitat loss, fragmentation
Forest edges influence more than half of the world’s forests and contribute to worldwide declines in biodiversity and ecosystem functions
ratio of generalist species to ‘forest specialist’ species
dogs to have their own impacts.
nutrient cycling to vary.
related to edge,
measure nutrient inputs.
tropical forests tend to have nutrient poor soils,
reliant on their own nutrient inputs
in the form of dead vegetation
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