The best fire management strategies take into account the demography of focal species as well as landscape connectivity.
Streams and rivers that temporarily stop flowing may act as a valuable corridor for terrestrial vertebrates navigating a fragmented landscape.
Climate change will shift habitats, and protected area networks can only remain effective if they remain connected over time.
Linking larval and juvenile fish movement through environmental exposure can create simplified recommendations for connectivity.
Individuals in rivers and streams are under greater threat from climate change due to fewer dispersal options.