Livestock trampling reduces the conservation value of beetle communities on high quality exposed riverine sediments

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@article{dc52de4fa5d94ca3aeca83940c452cd8,
title = "Livestock trampling reduces the conservation value of beetle communities on high quality exposed riverine sediments",
abstract = "Exposed riverine sediments (ERS) are habitat for a large number of rare and threatened specialist species of invertebrates and are of considerable conservation importance. Livestock trampling is believed to be one of the most widespread causes of damage to ERS habitats in the UK, and as such, its effects were the focus of this investigation. Beetle density was measured at two points within 25 distinct patches of habitat along similar to 47 km of the Afon Tywi special site of scientific interest in South Wales, which is known to support an extremely good quality ERS beetle fauna in a UK context. Partial canonical correspondence analyses were used to explore the relationship between beetle assemblage and a range of environmental variables. The percentage of fine (",
keywords = "Afon Tywi, disturbance, grazing, carabidae, indicator species, riparian, rarity, partial canonical correspondence analysis, species diversity, staphylinidae",
author = "Adam Bates and Jonathan Sadler and AP Fowles",
year = "2006",
month = jan,
day = "1",
doi = "10.1007/s10531-006-9028-7",
language = "English",
journal = "Biodiversity and Conservation",
issn = "0960-3115",
publisher = "Springer",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Livestock trampling reduces the conservation value of beetle communities on high quality exposed riverine sediments

AU - Bates, Adam

AU - Sadler, Jonathan

AU - Fowles, AP

PY - 2006/1/1

Y1 - 2006/1/1

N2 - Exposed riverine sediments (ERS) are habitat for a large number of rare and threatened specialist species of invertebrates and are of considerable conservation importance. Livestock trampling is believed to be one of the most widespread causes of damage to ERS habitats in the UK, and as such, its effects were the focus of this investigation. Beetle density was measured at two points within 25 distinct patches of habitat along similar to 47 km of the Afon Tywi special site of scientific interest in South Wales, which is known to support an extremely good quality ERS beetle fauna in a UK context. Partial canonical correspondence analyses were used to explore the relationship between beetle assemblage and a range of environmental variables. The percentage of fine (

AB - Exposed riverine sediments (ERS) are habitat for a large number of rare and threatened specialist species of invertebrates and are of considerable conservation importance. Livestock trampling is believed to be one of the most widespread causes of damage to ERS habitats in the UK, and as such, its effects were the focus of this investigation. Beetle density was measured at two points within 25 distinct patches of habitat along similar to 47 km of the Afon Tywi special site of scientific interest in South Wales, which is known to support an extremely good quality ERS beetle fauna in a UK context. Partial canonical correspondence analyses were used to explore the relationship between beetle assemblage and a range of environmental variables. The percentage of fine (

KW - Afon Tywi

KW - disturbance

KW - grazing

KW - carabidae

KW - indicator species

KW - riparian

KW - rarity

KW - partial canonical correspondence analysis

KW - species diversity

KW - staphylinidae

U2 - 10.1007/s10531-006-9028-7

DO - 10.1007/s10531-006-9028-7

M3 - Article

JO - Biodiversity and Conservation

JF - Biodiversity and Conservation

SN - 0960-3115

ER -