habitat alteration

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  • Habitat alteration has reduced the amount of sites where the plant can grow.
  • The population is probably stable, but it may be threatened by habitat alteration caused by climate change.
  • Habitat alteration associated with tourism developments along the west coast could also pose a problem for this species.
  • Since the 1960s, the primary threat has been habitat alteration, or its outright destruction.
  • The Hawaii amakihi has a very wide diet, and has been able to find food despite habitat alteration.
  • These mainly include habitat alteration, industrial pollution and over-fishing, which in turn decreases their prey source.
  • Habitat alteration and inappropriate land use practices are the most common population stressors.
  • Threats to this species include habitat alteration, such as changes in the fire regime and the effects of livestock.
  • Most of the global ocean pollution, overexploitation, and coastal habitat alteration occur within their waters.
  • These characteristics also show that the Northern madtom probably has very specific habitat parameters is probably very sensitive to habitat alterations.
  • The cause of extinction is unknown, but may be a variety of factors including predation and habitat alteration.
  • The species is believed to have become extinct as a result of habitat alteration after the Wisconsin glaciation.
  • Despite their relatively small size and secretive nature, some species may be susceptible to extirpation, mainly due to habitat alteration and introduced feral animals.
  • The depletion of the population is primarily due to the habitat alterations caused by dams and due to competition and predation by non-native fish.
  • Other potential threats to the vaquita population include habitat alterations and pollutants.
  • No direct studies of factors responsible for the observed declines in abundance have been conducted, but overfishing and habitat alteration are believed to have played a role.
  • In addition to habitat destruction by humans, habitat alteration of the small streams and dried pools has also had a significant effect on abundance.
  • Severe storms, climate change, pollution, habitat alteration and rapid population growth threaten the ecological functions that have supported coastal communities throughout history.
  • The sporadic distribution of the species across its range suggests that the Northern madtom probably has very specific habitat requirements and is therefore very vulnerable to habitat alterations.
  • Populations in southeastern Australia are threatened by deforestation and other habitat alterations.
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