Need a place to start in thinking about climate corridors and connectivity? Below are a few of the most recent publications that highlight the current state of climate and connectivity research, provide summaries and examples, and give practical advice for anyone trying to incorporate climate into their connectivity plans.
- Alagador D, Cerdeira JO, and Araújo MB. 2016. Climate change, species range shifts and dispersal corridors: an evaluation of spatial conservation models. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7(7):853-66.
- Carroll C, Parks SA, Dobrowski SZ, and Roberts DR. 2018. Climatic, topographic, and anthropogenic factors determine connectivity between current and future climate analogs in North America. Global Change Biology 24(11):5318-31.
- Costanza JK, and Terando AJ. 2019. Landscape connectivity planning for adaptation to future climate and land-use change. Current Landscape Ecology Reports. DOI: 10.1007/s40823-019-0035-2.
- Keeley AT, Ackerly DD, Cameron DR, Heller NE, Huber PR, Schloss CA, Thorne JH, and Merenlender AM. 2018. New concepts, models, and assessments of climate-wise connectivity. Environmental Research Letters 13(7):073002.
- Keeley AT, Basson G, Cameron DR, Heller NE, Huber PR, Schloss CA, Thorne JH, and Merenlender AM. 2018. Making habitat connectivity a reality. Conservation Biology 32(6):1221-32.
- Krosby M, Theobald DM, Norheim R, and McRae BH. 2018. Identifying riparian climate corridors to inform climate adaptation planning. PloS ONE 13(11):e0205156.
- McGuire JL, Lawler JJ, McRae BH, Nuñez TA, and Theobald DM. 2016. Achieving climate connectivity in a fragmented landscape. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113(26):7195-200.