Jedediah F. Brodie – Wildlife Biology Program at University of Montana, Missoula
Science, Vol. 326, page(s) 364-365
October 16, 2009
Investigation of the links between high rates of bushmeat hunting and potential reductions in forest carbon stocks over time. The authors hypothesize that bushmeat hunting may lead to shifts from carbon-rich, seed dispersed tree species to carbon-poor, wind dispersed species.