Monthly Research Round-up: January 2019

Aylward CM, Murdoch JD, Donovan TM, Kilpatrick CW, Bernier C and Katz J. 2018. Estimating distribution and connectivity of recolonizing American marten in the northeastern United States using expert elicitation techniques. Animal Conservation 21(6): 483-95.

Beier, P. 2018. A rule of thumb for widths of conservation corridors. Conservation Biology. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13256.

Boucek RE, Lewis JP, Stewart BD, Jud ZR, Carey E and Adams AJ. 2018. Measuring site fidelity and homesite-to-pre-spawning site connectivity of Bonefish (Albula vulpes): using mark-recapture to inform habitat conservation. Environmental Biology of Fishes. DOI: 10.1007/s10641-018-0827-y.

Diniz MF, Machado RB, Bispo AA, and Júnior PD. 2018. Can we face different types of storms under the same umbrella? Efficiency and consistency of connectivity umbrellas across different patchy landscape patterns. Landscape Ecology 33(11):1911-23.

Duflot R, Avon C, Roche P and Bergès L. 2018. Combining habitat suitability models and spatial graphs for more effective landscape conservation planning: an applied methodological framework and a species case study. Journal for Nature Conservation 46: 38-47.

Green SE, Davidson Z, Kaaria T and Doncaster CP. 2018. Do wildlife corridors link or extend habitat? Insights from elephant use of a Kenyan wildlife corridor. African Journal of Ecology 56(4):860-71.

Habibzadeh N and Ashrafzadeh MR. 2018. Habitat suitability and connectivity for an endangered brown bear population in the Iranian Caucasus. Wildlife Research 45(7): 602-10.

Ma T, Hu Y, Russo IRM, Nie Y, Yang T, Xiong L, Ma S, Meng T, Han H, Zhang X and Bruford MW. 2018. Walking in a heterogeneous landscape: Dispersal, gene flow and conservation implications for the giant panda in the Qinling Mountains. Evolutionary Applications 11(10): 1859-72.

Meurant M, Gonzalez A, Doxa A, and Albert CH. 2018. Selecting surrogate species for connectivity conservation. Biological Conservation 227:326-34.

Paviolo A, Cruz P, Iezzi ME, Pardo JM, Varela D, De Angelo C, Benito S, Vanderhoeven E, Palacio L, Quiroga V, and Arrabal JP. 2018. Barriers, corridors or suitable habitat? Effect of monoculture tree plantations on the habitat use and prey availability for jaguars and pumas in the Atlantic Forest. Forest Ecology and Management 430: 576-86.

Rotchés‐Ribalta R, Winsa M, Roberts SP and Öckinger E. 2018. Associations between plant and pollinator communities under grassland restoration respond mainly to landscape connectivity. Journal of Applied Ecology 55(6): 2822-33.


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About the Author:

Heather Cayton
Heather Cayton is the Managing Director of and a Research Assistant at Michigan State University. She received her B.S. from the University of Virginia and her M.S. from Virginia Tech, and has spent over 10 years studying corridors and rare butterflies in North Carolina.