Monthly Research Round-up: July 2019

Adams, B.J., Schnitzer, S.A. and Yanoviak, S.P. 2019. Connectivity explains local ant community structure in a Neotropical forest canopy: a large‐scale experimental approach. Ecology 100(6): e02673.

Aguilar, R., Cristóbal‐Pérez, E.J., Balvino‐Olvera, F.J., de Jesús Aguilar‐Aguilar, M., Aguirre‐Acosta, N., Ashworth, L., Lobo, J.A., Martén‐Rodríguez, S., Fuchs, E.J., Sanchez‐Montoya, G. and Bernardello, G., et al. 2019. Habitat fragmentation reduces plant progeny quality: a global synthesis. Ecology Letters. DOI: 10.1111/ele.13272.

Blazquez‐Cabrera, S., Ciudad, C., Gastón, A., Simón, M.Á. and Saura, S. 2019. Identification of strategic corridors for restoring landscape connectivity: application to the Iberian lynx. Animal Conservation 22(3): 210-219.

Burke, R.A., Frey, J.K., Ganguli, A. and Stoner, K.E., 2019. Species distribution modelling supports “nectar corridor” hypothesis for migratory nectarivorous bats and conservation of tropical dry forest. Diversity and Distributions. DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12950.

Ceballos, G., Ehrlich, P.R., Pacheco, J., Valverde-Zúñiga, N. and Daily, G.C. 2019. Conservation in human-dominated landscapes: Lessons from the distribution of the Central American squirrel monkey. Biological Conservation 237: 41-49.

Claireau, F.,  Bas, Y.,  Puechmaille, S.J.,  Julien, J.‐F.,  Allegrini, B.,  and Kerbiriou, C.,  2019. Bat overpasses: An insufficient solution to restore habitat connectivity across roads. Journal of Applied Ecology, 56: 573– 584.

Claireau, F., Bas, Y., Julien, J.F., Machon, N., Allegrini, B., Puechmaille, S.J. and Kerbiriou, C., 2019. Bat overpasses as an alternative solution to restore habitat connectivity in the context of road requalification. Ecological Engineering, 131: 34-38.

Fialho, M.Y., Cerboncini, R.A. and Passamani, M. 2019. Linear forest patches and the conservation of small mammals in human-altered landscapes. Mammalian Biology 96: 87-92.

Gaigher, R., Pryke, J.S., and Samways, M.J, 2019. Divergent fire management leads to multiple beneficial outcomes for butterfly conservation in a production mosaic. Journal of Applied Ecology 56(6): 1322-1332.

Gupta, A., Dilkina, B., Morin, D., Fuller, A.K., Royle, J.A., Sutherland, C. and Gomes, C.P. 2019. Reserve design to optimize functional connectivity and animal density. Conservation Biology. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13369.

Kowalski, G.J., Grimm, V., Herde, A., Guenther, A., and Eccard, J.A. 2019. Does animal personality affect movement in habitat corridors? Experiments with common voles (Microtus arvalis) using different corridor widths. Animals 9(6): 291.

Littlefield, C.E., M. Krosby, J. Michalak, and J.J. Lawler. 2019. Connectivity for species on the move: approaches to aid climate-driven range shifts. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. DOI:10.1002/fee.204.

McKinley, P.S., Belote, R.T. and Aplet, G.H. 2019. An assessment of ecological values and conservation gaps in protection beyond the corridor of the Appalachian Trail. Conservation Science and Practice 1(6): e30.

Nandintsetseg, D., Bracis, C., Olson, K.A., Böhning-Gaese, K., Calabrese, J.M., Chimeddorj, B., Fagan, W.F., Fleming, C.H., Heiner, M., Kaczensky10, P., Leimgruber, P., Munkhnast, D., Stratmann, T., and Mueller, T. 2019. Challenges in the conservation of wide-ranging nomadic species. Journal of Applied Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.13380.

Resasco, J. 2019. Meta-analysis on a decade of testing corridor efficacy: What new have we learned? Current Landscape Ecology Reports. DOI: 10.1007/s40823-019-00041-9.

Suksavate, W., Duengkae, P. and Chaiyes, A. 2019. Quantifying landscape connectivity for wild Asian elephant populations in the remnant of fragmented habitats in Thailand. Global Ecology and Conservation 19: e00685

van Schalkwyk, J., Pryke, J.S. and Samways, M.J. 2019. Contribution of common vs. rare species to species diversity patterns in conservation corridors. Ecological Indicators 104: 279-288.

Volenec, Z.M. and Dobson, A.P. 2019. Conservation value of small reserves. Conservation Biology. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13308.


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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.