Renata Pardini performs multidisciplinary study in Ecology and Zoology in her work. In her articles, Renata Pardini combines various disciplines, including Zoology and Ecology. Renata Pardini performs integrative study on Biodiversity and Natural resource economics. She connects Natural resource economics with Biodiversity in her research. By researching both Habitat and Landscape ecology, Renata Pardini produces research that crosses academic boundaries. Her Agroforestry study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Old-growth forest. In her articles, Renata Pardini combines various disciplines, including Old-growth forest and Clearcutting. Renata Pardini performs multidisciplinary studies into Clearcutting and Forest ecology in her work. Her study ties her expertise on Forest restoration together with the subject of Forest ecology.
The study of Generalist and specialist species and Habitat destruction are components of her Habitat research. She conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Ecology and Environmental resource management through her works. By researching both Environmental resource management and Ecology, Renata Pardini produces research that crosses academic boundaries. Her Biodiversity study frequently involves adjacent topics like Habitat destruction. She undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Agroforestry and Forestry through her works. Her study deals with a combination of Forestry and Agroforestry. Renata Pardini brings together Archaeology and Context (archaeology) to produce work in her papers. Renata Pardini connects Context (archaeology) with Archaeology in her study. Population and Demography are frequently intertwined in her study.
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Anthropogenic disturbance in tropical forests can double biodiversity loss from deforestation
Jos Barlow;Jos Barlow;Jos Barlow;Gareth D. Lennox;Joice Ferreira;Erika Berenguer.
Beyond the fragmentation threshold hypothesis: regime shifts in biodiversity across fragmented landscapes.
PLOS ONE (2010)
The role of forest structure, fragment size and corridors in maintaining small mammal abundance and diversity in an Atlantic forest landscape
Biological Conservation (2005)
Time-lag in biological responses to landscape changes in a highly dynamic Atlantic forest region
Biological Conservation (2009)
Is habitat fragmentation good for biodiversity
Biological Conservation (2018)
Using ecological thresholds to evaluate the costs and benefits of set-asides in a biodiversity hotspot
Effects of forest fragmentation on small mammals in an Atlantic Forest landscape
Biodiversity and Conservation (2004)
The challenge of maintaining Atlantic forest biodiversity: A multi-taxa conservation assessment of specialist and generalist species in an agro-forestry mosaic in southern Bahia
Biological Conservation (2009)
Small mammals in a mosaic of forest remnants and anthropogenic habitats—evaluating matrix quality in an Atlantic forest landscape
Landscape Ecology (2007)
Brazil's environmental leadership at risk
J. Ferreira;L. E. O. C. Aragao;Jos Barlow;P. Barreto.
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