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Communication dans un congrès

Role of green veining to sustain biodiversity in agricultural landscapes

Abstract : Influence of land use intensification and green veining reduction on biodiversity (birds, small mammals, carabid beetles) was investigated in three agricultural landscapes of Western France. Land use intensification induced a fragmentation of green veining but it was not associated to a loss of habitat heterogeneity. There was no simple response of species to such modifications. Passerine birds and small mammals were mainly sensitive to the total amount of green veining, that a shift from forest specialist to open habitats species for birds and a growing disequilibria of small mammal communities. Carabid beetles seemed to respond to the decrease of green veining heterogeneity, which induced a replacement of woody species by more common open field species. Our results show that both amount and diversity of green veining should be considered in management plans for the conservation of biodiversity in agricultural landscapes.
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Stéphanie Aviron, Françoise Burel. Role of green veining to sustain biodiversity in agricultural landscapes. IALE (UK) “Hedgerow of the world: their ecological functions in different landscapes”, 2001, Birmingham, United Kingdom. pp.261-266. ⟨hal-02762811⟩



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