Predicting the impacts of edge effects
in fragmented habitats.
are a spatial phenomenon per se (Ewers and Didham 2006a); however, there are other underlying spatial effects on edge ecology.
However, with important misalignments, this result could be reversed, with edge effects
occurring even with the logarithmic profile.
in central Amazonian forest fragments.
Smaller fragments are more degraded as a result of environmental damage that the edge effect
leads to plant species.
However, a number of other authors have noted the absence of edge effects
in tropical dry vegetation formations: Sampaio and Scariot (2011) did not find any differences between the forest edge and interior in relation to the composition and abundance of seedling and adult individuals in a fragment of dry forests subjected to the same type of climate as the present study; Oliveira et al.
Diversity of galling insects in Styrax pohlii (Styracaceae): edge effects
and use as bioindicators.
Landscape forest cover and edge effects
on songbird nest predation vary by nest predator.
are the result of the interaction between two adjacent patches separated by an abrupt transition that affects the performance of individuals (LIDICKER, 1999).
The objective of the work is to calculate the force of braking as well as power and analyse the influence of the edge effects
Because the method neglects edge effects
from the true, finite size of an array, the results are approximations of far-field patterns and element-to-element coupling factors.
According to Murcia (1995), there are three types of edge effects
in forest fragments: abiotic effects, direct biological effects and indirect biological effects.