Monthly Research Round-up: April 2019

Ament, R., R. Callahan, L. Maxwell, G. Stonecipher, E. Fairbank, and A. Breuer. 2019. Wildlife Connectivity: Opportunities for State Legislation. Center for Large Landscape Conservation: Bozeman, Montana.

Balbar, A.C. and Metaxas, A. 2019. The current application of ecological connectivity in the design of marine protected areas. Global Ecology and Conservation. DOI: 10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00569.

Bueno, A.S. and Peres, C.A. 2019. Patch‐scale biodiversity retention in fragmented landscapes: Reconciling the habitat amount hypothesis with the island biogeography theory. Journal of Biogeography 46(3): 621-632.

Chi, Y., Xie, Z. and Wang, J. 2019. Establishing archipelagic landscape ecological network with full connectivity at dual spatial scales. Ecological Modelling 399: 54-65.

Duan, K., Caldwell, P.V., Sun, G., McNulty, S.G., Zhang, Y., Shuster, E., Liu, B. and Bolstad, P.V. 2019. Understanding the role of regional water connectivity in mitigating climate change impacts on surface water supply stress in the United States. Journal of Hydrology 570: 80-95.

Gallo, J. A., J. Strittholt, G. Joseph, H. Rustigian-Romsos, R. Degagne, J. Brice, and A. Prisbrey. 2019. Mapping Habitat Connectivity Priority Areas that are Climate-wise and Multi-scale, for Three Regions of California. Conservation Biology Institute. March 6.

Johnson, D.E. and Kenchington, E.L. 2019. Should potential for climate change refugia be mainstreamed into the criteria for describing EBSAs?. Conservation Letters. DOI: 10.1111/conl.12634.

Joubert-van der Merwe, L., Pryke, J.S. and Samways, M.J. 2019. Well-managed grassland heterogeneity promotes butterfly conservation in a corridor network. Journal of Environmental Management 238: 382-395.

Kininmonth, S., Weeks, R., Abesamis, R.A., Bernardo, L.P.C., Beger, M., Treml, E.A., Williamson, D. and Pressey, R.L. 2019. Strategies in scheduling marine protected area establishment in a network system. Ecological Applications. DOI: 10.1002/eap.1820.

Montero, B.K., Refaly, E., Ramanamanjato, J.B., Randriatafika, F., Rakotondranary, S.J., Wilhelm, K., Ganzhorn, J.U. and Sommer, S. 2019. Challenges of next‐generation sequencing in conservation management: Insights from long‐term monitoring of corridor effects on the genetic diversity of mouse lemurs in a fragmented landscape. Evolutionary Applications 12(3): 425-442.

Popova, E., Vousden, D., Sauer, W.H., Mohammed, E.Y., Allain, V., Downey-Breedt, N., Fletcher, R., Gjerde, K.M., Halpin, P.N., Kelly, S. and Obura, D., et al. 2019. Ecological connectivity between the areas beyond national jurisdiction and coastal waters: Safeguarding interests of coastal communities in developing countries. Marine Policy 104: 90-102.

Vanthomme, H.P., Nzamba, B.S., Alonso, A. and Todd, A.F. 2019. Empirical selection between least‐cost and current‐flow designs for establishing wildlife corridors in Gabon. Conservation Biology 33(2): 329-338.


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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.