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    Herbicide treatments in viticulture can generate highly contrasting mosaics of vegetated and bare vineyards, of which vegetated fields often provide better conditions for biodiversity. In southern Switzerland, where herbicides are applied at large scales, vegetated vineyards are limited in extent and isolated from one another, potentially limiting the distribution and dispersal ability of organisms.

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    Bosco, Laura; Wan, Ho Yi; Cushman, Samuel A.; Arlettaz, Raphael; Jacot, Alain. 2019. Separating the effects of habitat amount and fragmentation on invertebrate abundance using a multi-scale framework. Landscape Ecology. 34(1): 105-117.


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    agriculture, conservation, habitat amount hypothesis, patch density, vineyard

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