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Editors: Luís M. Rosalino (Centro de Biologia Ambiental, Lisboa, Portugal), Carla Gheler-Costa (Universidade de São Paulo, SP, Brazil)
Book Description:
Nowadays, habitat loss is one of the main threats to terrestrial vertebrates’ survival. Due to the decreasing of continuous natural areas, and consequent habitat loss, how animals use these remaining patches, is becoming a central question for the conservation of these species. The loss of the original land covers can promote a change in the composition, diversity and behaviour of the native fauna, as well as constrain the community structures. The outcome of these processes of habitat fragmentation due to human agro-forestry management is a landscape where patches of autochthonous/native vegetation are immersed in a matrix of human shaped landscapes. Although some carnivores are sensitive to fragmentation, some species can benefit with the expansion of agriculture. This book discusses the importance and role of those agricultural matrix for species conservation. (Imprint: Nova)

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Table of Contents:
(Luís M. Rosalino and Carla Gheler-Costa)

Chapter I. Adaptation of mesocarnivores (Mammalia: Carnivora) to agricultural landscapes of Mediterranean Europe and Southeastern Brazil: a trophic perspective.
(Luciano M. Verdade, Luís Miguel Rosalino, Carla Gheler-Costa, Nuno Pedroso, Maria C. Lyra-Jorge)pp.1-38

Chapter II. Factors affecting small carnivore occurrence and abundance in Mediterranean agricultural landscapes. Case studies in southern Portugal.
(Filipe Carvalho, Ana Galantinho, António Mira)pp.39-68

Chapter III. Fruits and meso-carnivores in Mediterranean Europe. (Luís M. Rosalino, Margarida Santos-Reis)pp.69-82

Chapter IV. Ecology of Eurasian badgers (Meles meles) in rural areas of Western Switzerland.
(Emmanuel Do Linh San / Nicola Ferrari / Claude Fischer / Jean-Marc Weber) pp.83-104

Chapter V. Middle-sized carnivores in mosaic landscapes: the case of Biscay (SW Europe).
(Cristina Rodríguez-Refojos and Iñigo Zuberogoitia)pp.105-126

Chapter VI. Predicting the spatial distribution of four sympatric species of mid-sized carnivores in an Amazonian deforestation frontier.
(Fernanda Michalski, Carlos A. Peres, Jean Paul Metzger)pp.127-142

Chapter VII. A first approach to the Comparative ecology of the hoary fox and the crab-eating fox in a fragmented landscape in the Cerrado biome at central Brazil.
(Frederico G. Lemos, Kátia G. Facure, Fernanda C. de Azevedo)pp.143-160

Chapter VIII. Western Mediterranean landscapes: opportunities and challenges for carnivore conservation.
(Margarida Santos-Reis)pp.161-182

Index pp.183-192

      Animal Science, Issues and Professions
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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 - 2nd Quarter
   Pages: 192.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61122-033-9
   Status: AV
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