Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Biodiversity Loss in a Changing Planet

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Published16 November 2011

Doi10.5772/1832

ISBN978-953-307-707-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-4401-4

Copyright year2011

Number of pages330

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Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

1. Climate Change: Wildfire Impact

By Mirza Dautbasic, Genci Hoxhaj, Florin Ioras, Ioan Vasile Abrudan and Jega Ratnasingam

2,708
2. Assessing Loss of Biodiversity in Europe Through Remote Sensing: The Necessity of New Methodologies

By Susana Martinez Sanchez, Pablo Ramil Rego, Boris Hinojo Sanchez and Emilio Chuvieco Salinero

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7. Effects of Climate Change in Amphibians and Reptiles

By Saúl López-Alcaide and Rodrigo Macip-Ríos

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8. Identification and Analysis of Burned Areas in Ecological Stations of Brazilian Cerrado

By Claudionor Ribeiro da Silva, Rejane Tavares Botrel, Jeová Carreiro Martins and Jailson Silva Machado

2,210
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9. Provision of Natural Habitat for Biodiversity: Quantifying Recent Trends in New Zealand

By Anne-Gaelle E. Ausseil, John R. Dymond and Emily S. Weeks

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13. Modern Methods of Estimating Biodiversity from Presence-Absence Surveys

By Robert M. Dorazio, Nicholas J. Gotelli and Aaron M. Ellison

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