Monthly Research Round-up: March 2019

Balbar, A.C. and Metaxas, A. 2019. The current application of ecological connectivity in the design of marine protected areas. Global Ecology and Conservation, p.e00569.

Fletcher R. and Fortin M. J. 2018. Connectivity. In: Spatial Ecology and Conservation Modeling. Springer, Cham.

Hauenstein, S., Fattebert, J., Grüebler, M., Naef‐Daenzer, B., Pe’er, G. and Hartig, F. 2019. Calibrating an individual‐based movement model to predict functional connectivity for little owls. Ecological Applications. DOI:

Klinga, P., Mikoláš, M., Smolko, P., Tejkal, M., Höglund, J. and Paule, L. 2019. Considering landscape connectivity and gene flow in the Anthropocene using complementary landscape genetics and habitat modelling approaches. Landscape Ecology. DOI: 10.1007/s10980-019-00789-9.

McManamay, R.A., Perkin, J.S. and Jager, H.I. 2019. Commonalities in stream connectivity restoration alternatives: an attempt to simplify barrier removal optimization. Ecosphere 10(2): e02596.

Mikoláš, M., Svitok, M., Teodosiu, M., Nagel, T.A. and Svoboda, M. 2019. Land use planning based on the connectivity of tree species does not ensure the conservation of forest biodiversity. Land Use Policy 83: 63-5.

Neelakantan, A., DeFries, R. and Krishnamurthy, R. 2019. Resettlement and landscape-level conservation: Corridors, human-wildlife conflict, and forest use in Central India. Biological Conservation 232: 142-51.

Rader, R.B., Unmack, P.J., Christensen, W.F. and Jiang, X. 2019. Connectivity of two species with contrasting dispersal abilities: a test of the isolated tributary hypothesis. Freshwater Science. DOI: 10.1086/701671.

Uroy, L., Ernoult, A. and Mony, C. 2019. Effect of landscape connectivity on plant communities: a review of response patterns. Landscape Ecology. DOI: 10.1007/s10980-019-00771-5.

Xu, W., Huang, Q., Stabach, J., Buho, H. and Leimgruber, P. 2019. Railway underpass location affects migration distance in Tibetan antelope (Pantholops hodgsonii). PLOS ONE 14(2): e0211798.

Yemshanov, D., Haight, R.G., Koch, F.H., Parisien, M.A., Swystun, T., Barber, Q., Burton, A.C., Choudhury, S. and Liu, N. 2019. Prioritizing restoration of fragmented landscapes for wildlife conservation: A graph-theoretic approach. Biological Conservation 232: 173-86.

Zhang, Y., Clauzel, C., Li, J., Xue, Y., Zhang, Y., Wu, G., Giraudoux, P., Li, L. and Li, D. 2018. Identifying refugia and corridors under climate change conditions for the Sichuan snub‐nosed monkey (Rhinopithecus roxellana) in Hubei Province, China. Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.4815.


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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.