Latest Conservation Corridor Digests
Conservation practitioners often use surrogates to make decisions for connectivity planning or determining priorities in general. For example, in my research, instead of directly measuring […]
There is an assumption in connectivity modeling that occupied habitat represents suitable dispersal habitat. However, the type of environment preferred by individuals while dispersing can […]
If you build it, will they come?
I often find myself asking this question as I’m reading through the latest work on corridor modeling or planning […]
A key question of protected areas around the globe is how well they will continue to preserve biodiversity in the face of climate change. As […]