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Bird data : Kenya, Nairobi
(Nairobi : Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Research Production and Extension Division, 2010)
vegetated sites while the second axis was change from sites with agriculture patches to sites with urban patches. The occurrence and distribution of the species was highly dependant on site use and management. As the city continues to expand, landscape...
Bird data : South Africa, Potchefstroom
(M.S. Thesis, North-West University, Potchefstroom, 2005)
was analysed using to two different programmes, GS+ and Primer 5. The data was analysed according to species richness, species abundance and numbers of birds. I found that species were most abundant in the agricultural areas, the eastern residential areas...
Bird data : UK, Sheffield
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2009)
Urban environments are often characterized as supporting a few abundant, generalist species best adapted to living alongside humans, and as such, cities are seen as agents of biotic homogenization. However, there are ...
Bird data : South Africa, Pretoria
Similar to the process seen in invasion biology, urbanized environments lead to biotic homogenization with a few species, often alien, dominating the urban habitat. We investigated avian communities across an urban gradient ...