Monthly Research Round-up: February 2019

Barrientos, R., Ascensão, F., Beja, P., Pereira, H.M. and Borda-de-Água, L. 2019. Railway ecology vs. road ecology: similarities and differences. European Journal of Wildlife Research 65(1):12.

Carlier, J. and Moran, J. 2019. Landscape typology and ecological connectivity assessment to inform Greenway design. Science of the Total Environment 651:3241-52.

Castle, D., Grass, I. and Westphal, C. 2019. Fruit quantity and quality of strawberries benefit from enhanced pollinator abundance at hedgerows in agricultural landscapes. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 275:14-22.

Costanza J.K., and Terando, A.J. 2019. Landscape connectivity planning for adaptation to future climate and land-use change. Current Landscape Ecology Reports. DOI: 10.1007/s40823-019-0035-2.

Fabrizio, M., Di Febbraro, M., D’Amico, M., Frate, L., Roscioni, F. and Loy, A. 2019. Habitat suitability vs landscape connectivity determining roadkill risk at a regional scale: a case study on European badger (Meles meles).
European Journal of Wildlife Research 65(1):7.

He, P., Maldonado-Chaparro, A.A. and Farine, D.R. 2019. The role of habitat configuration in shaping social structure: a gap in studies of animal social complexity. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73(1):9.

Huang, Y. and Liao, T.J. 2019. An integrating approach of cellular automata and ecological network to predict the impact of land use change on connectivity. Ecological Indicators 98:149-57.

Shanu, S., Idiculla, J., Qureshi, Q., Jhala, Y., Aggarwal, A., Dimri, P. and Bhattacharya, S. 2019. A graph theoretic approach for modelling tiger corridor network in Central India-Eastern Ghats landscape complex, India. Ecological Informatics 50:76-85.

Smith, J.A., Duane, T.P. and Wilmers, C.C. 2019. Moving through the matrix: promoting permeability for large carnivores in a human-dominated landscape. Landscape and Urban Planning 183:50-8.

Van der Stocken, T., Carroll, D., Menemenlis, D., Simard, M. and Koedam, N. 2019. Global-scale dispersal and connectivity in mangroves. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116(3):915-22.

Velázquez, J., Gutiérrez, J., García-Abril, A., Hernando, A., Aparicio, M. and Sánchez, B. 2019. Structural connectivity as an indicator of species richness and landscape diversity in Castilla y León (Spain). Forest Ecology and Management 432:286-97.

Wolfhard, L.V.G. and Raedig, C. 2019. Connectivity Conservation Management: Linking Private Protected Areas. In Nehren U., Schlϋter S., Raedig C., Sattler D., Hissa H. (eds). Strategies and Tools for a Sustainable Rural Rio de Janeiro, pp. 155-171. Springer, Cham.


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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 the past nine years studying corridors and rare butterflies in North Carolina.