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Vertebrate community composition and diversity declines along a defaunation gradient radiating from rural villages in Gabon (Published online).

Koerner, SE, Poulsen, JR, Blanchard, EJ, Okouyi, J, and Clark, CJ. Edited by S Cheyne. Journal of Applied Ecology 54, no. 3 (June 2017): 805-814.
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Conservation and land/marine planning and management in Gabon: Applied research, technical support and transfer of knowledge, skills and data

awarded by: Agence Nationale Des Parcs Nationaux Du Gabon