Corridor Science 2017-03-19T23:55:58+00:00

Corridor Science

Digests on the science of corridors

Using green roofs for urban connectivity

March 10th, 2014|

Urbanization is a key reason for connecting landscapes, but increasing connectivity within cities is an important challenge. Green roofs, rooftops designed with shallow soil and stress tolerant vegetation, have been used mostly for properties like [...]

New ideas for improving corridor models

July 31st, 2013|

Conservation managers promote landscape corridors as a tool to facilitate animal movement across fragmented landscapes. Yet, while corridor design has received much attention in recent years, few studies have used independent field data to empirically [...]

Unpaved roads as seed corridors

May 13th, 2013|

Roads are often seen as barriers to movement and dispersal.  However, not all roads are created equal, and new research suggests that some types of human developed roads can in fact be beneficial to species [...]