Individuals in rivers and streams are under greater threat from climate change due to fewer dispersal options.
A novel approach to designing corridors for elk incorporates dispersal ecology and informs road planning in regions bisected by highways.
The magnitude of the human footprint on the landscape differs when species have different dispersal requirements.
The risk of potato late blight is likely to change under rising temperatures, causing farmers to alter their growing strategies.
An invasive Aedes mosquito probably dispersed via a major highway rather than through natural pathways such as streams and wetlands.