• The Science of Corridors

    Get all the background information on the what, where, and why of corridors in the US and around the globe

  • Annual Digest Summary

    Miss a Digest this year? Want to read a Digest again? Catch up with our comprehensive summary of all Digests from 2015

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    Need more details on connectivity analyses? Look through our archive of technical research papers for the most current and relevant methodology

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    Get more in-depth gudiance on which corridor tools to use and when to use them


Latest Conservation Corridor Digests

Digest topics: Corridor Science | Corridors in Management | Corridors & Climate Change | Digest for Debate

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Protected area networks around the globe: adequate or not?

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Much of the recent literature on climate change and connectivity has focused on the viability of protected area networks, and whether they will remain useful as landscapes shift. Recent research has highlighted several key findings about the fate of protected […]

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Urban vs. agriculture: which maintains landscape connectivity better?

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Urbanization and agriculture represent the two most dramatic changes to landscape that wildlife may encounter.  Despite the adaptability of many generalist species, land use changes affect connectivity in ways that are still undetermined.  Particularly in urban and arable habitats, there […]

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Annual Digest Summary – 2015

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Looking for a Digest that was published this year?  Miss a Digest and want to catch up?  Digests are listed chronologically, and can also be searched by tags or by publication in the Library.

 Digests for Debate

To minimize biodiversity loss, advocate […]

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To maintain plant gene flow, don’t ditch the ditches

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The intensification of agriculture is usually associated with increased habitat fragmentation and loss of diversity.  However, agricultural lands bring with them an unexpected but extensive corridor network in the form of ditches.  Although their intention is to divert water flow […]