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Latest Conservation Corridor Digests

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

Review: facilitating range shifts across barriers

Looking to catch up on recent advances and strategies for facilitating range shifts as a response to climate change? A new review by Robillard et […]

Does increased connectivity help spread disease?

There has been long-standing concern that increasing connectivity between habitat patches could have the negative effect of allowing diseases to more easily spread.  Most of […]

Tigers: Connecting the dots in a fragmented landscape

This is the first of a series on tiger population connectivity in a changing landscape.


Tigers (Panthera tigris) inhabit thirteen countries across Asia, but they currently […]

Digests for Debate: Coarse vs. fine filters for connectivity planning

From Yellowstone to Yukon to individual fish-passage culverts, efforts to increase habitat connectivity are moving forward at a range of scales. This push for connectivity […]