Frontiers of Biogeography
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.21425/F5FBG46312
Since European colonization, landscapes surrounding the North American Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River have been transformed from mainly forest, to mosaics of forest and land covers shaped by human use. See de Camargo & Currie study in this issue of Frontiers of Biogeography to get more information on how species richness has responded to this landscape transformation. Photo credit: David Currie.