[Agroforestry] habitat fragmentation management through agroforestry

Gerry Lawson via ag-forst%40net.bio.net (by gerrylawson from ntlworld.com)
Mon Oct 19 16:45:33 EST 2009


Hi Juan - have a look at the EU Greenveins project - it looked at the
biodiversity impact of strips of trees/hedges in around 25 field sites.  Put
"greenveins" into google for related presentations - the main site seems to
be down at present. 

Gerry Lawson (gela from nerc.ac.uk)

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To: ag-forst from magpie.bio.indiana.edu; Hanh
Subject: Re: [Agroforestry] habitat fragmentation management through
agroforestry

Hello Juan,

>From a spatial point of view, look at the fragstats software and r.le
programs. 

You could design the corridors created by your interventions at the
landscape (that is create an imaginary GIS dataset with your agroforestry
regime).
Then run the landscape homogeneity tests for the current, and the future
landscape. The index values could provide an indicator of the effect of your
interventions.

Hope this helps,

Dimos

--
Dimos P. Anastasiou

--- On Mon, 10/19/09, Hanh <gast7 from vub.ac.be> wrote:

> From: Hanh <gast7 from vub.ac.be>
> Subject: [Agroforestry] habitat fragmentation management through
agroforestry
> To: ag-forst from magpie.bio.indiana.edu
> Date: Monday, October 19, 2009, 4:08 PM
> Hi
> 
> Does anyone know how to approch a resarch study on how
> agroforestry could stop habitat fragmentation? or, How
> agrofrestry corridors could be use to connect fragmented
> patches? Any information would be helpful!!!
> 
> Thank you
> 
> Juan Durango
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