A test of the vegetation mosaic hypothesis: A hypothesis to explain the decline and extinction of Australian mammals

The vegetation mosaic hypothesis suggests that medium-sized mammals occupying arid and semi-arid areas of Australia require a habitat that is a fine-grained mosaic of different vegetation types or seral stages. This mosaic is believed to have been created

Author J. Short and B. Turner
Year 1994
Secondary title Conservation Biology
Volume 8
Number 2
Pages 439-449
Links https://www.jstor.org/journals/08888892.html