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Weatherley-Singh, Janice and Gupta, Aarti 2017. An ecological landscape approach to REDD + in Madagascar: Promise and limitations?. Forest Policy and Economics, Vol. 85, p. 1.
Almeida-Rocha, Juliana M. de Peres, Carlos A. and Oliveira, Leonardo C. 2017. Primate responses to anthropogenic habitat disturbance: A pantropical meta-analysis. Biological Conservation, Vol. 215, p. 30.
Nopper, Joachim Lauströer, Balten Rödel, Mark-Oliver Ganzhorn, Jörg U. and Bellard, Céline 2017. A structurally enriched agricultural landscape maintains high reptile diversity in sub-arid south-western Madagascar. Journal of Applied Ecology, Vol. 54, Issue. 2, p. 480.
Junge, Randall E. Williams, Cathy V. Rakotondrainibe, Hajanirina Mahefarisoa, Karine L. Rajaonarivelo, Tsiky Faulkner, Charles and Mass, Vanessa 2017. BASELINE HEALTH AND NUTRITION EVALUATION OF TWO SYMPATRIC NOCTURNAL LEMUR SPECIES (AVAHI LANIGER AND LEPILEMUR MUSTELINUS) RESIDING NEAR AN ACTIVE MINE SITE AT AMBATOVY, MADAGASCAR. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, Vol. 48, Issue. 3, p. 794.
Boria, Robert A. Olson, Link E. Goodman, Steven M. Anderson, Robert P. and Thuiller, Wilfried 2017. A single-algorithm ensemble approach to estimating suitability and uncertainty: cross-time projections for four Malagasy tenrecs. Diversity and Distributions, Vol. 23, Issue. 2, p. 196.
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Randrianarison, Henintsoa Ramiaramanana, Jeannot and Wätzold, Frank 2017. When to Pay? Adjusting the Timing of Payments in PES Design to the Needs of Poor Land-users. Ecological Economics, Vol. 138, p. 168.
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Malcolm, Jay R. Valenta, Kim and Lehman, Shawn M. 2017. Edge effects in tropical dry forests of Madagascar: additivity or synergy?. Landscape Ecology, Vol. 32, Issue. 2, p. 327.
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Tuholske, Cascade Tane, Zachary López-Carr, David Roberts, Dar and Cassels, Susan 2017. Thirty years of land use/cover change in the Caribbean: Assessing the relationship between urbanization and mangrove loss in Roatán, Honduras. Applied Geography, Vol. 88, p. 84.
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Gardner, Charlie J. Andriamahenina, Zo Carro, Aude Jones, Trevor G. and Jasper, Louise D. 2017. Rapid assessments and local knowledge reveal high bird diversity in mangroves of north-west Madagascar. Wetlands Ecology and Management, Vol. 25, Issue. 1, p. 45.
Eppley, Timothy M. Balestri, Michela Campera, Marco Rabenantoandro, Johny Ramanamanjato, Jean-Baptiste Randriatafika, Faly Ganzhorn, Jörg U. and Donati, Giuseppe 2017. Ecological Flexibility as Measured by the Use of Pioneer and Exotic Plants by Two Lemurids: Eulemur collaris and Hapalemur meridionalis . International Journal of Primatology, Vol. 38, Issue. 2, p. 338.
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Ramifehiarivo, Nandrianina Brossard, Michel Grinand, Clovis Andriamananjara, Andry Razafimbelo, Tantely Rasolohery, Andriambolantsoa Razafimahatratra, Hery Seyler, Frédérique Ranaivoson, Ntsoa Rabenarivo, Michel Albrecht, Alain Razafindrabe, Franck and Razakamanarivo, Herintsitohaina 2017. Mapping soil organic carbon on a national scale: Towards an improved and updated map of Madagascar. Geoderma Regional, Vol. 9, p. 29.
Riemann, Jana C. Ndriantsoa, Serge H. Rödel, Mark-Oliver and Glos, Julian 2017. Functional diversity in a fragmented landscape — Habitat alterations affect functional trait composition of frog assemblages in Madagascar. Global Ecology and Conservation, Vol. 10, p. 173.
Tropical deforestation is a key contributor to species extinction and climate change, yet the extent of tropical forests and their rate of destruction and degradation through fragmentation remain poorly known. Madagascar's forests are among the most biologically rich and unique in the world but, in spite of longstanding concern about their destruction, past estimates of forest cover and deforestation have varied widely. Analysis of aerial photographs (c. 1953) and Landsat images (c. 1973, c. 1990 and c. 2000) indicates that forest cover decreased by almost 40% from the 1950s to c. 2000, with a reduction in ‘core forest’ > 1 km from a non-forest edge of almost 80%. This forest destruction and degradation threaten thousands of species with extinction. Country-wide coverage of high-resolution validated forest cover and deforestation data enables the precise monitoring of trends in habitat extent and fragmentation critical for assessment of species' conservation status.
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