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What resources are helpful to students, and what resources are lacking?
Our expansive Library holds almost 300 publications on connectivity, corridors, and fragmentation, including papers published in peer-reviewed journals in 2017. Find that reference you’ve been trying to track down, or get a good start with foundational papers on key topics.
New to the idea of corridors and connectivity? Taking a class and need somewhere to start? We can explain to you the science of corridors, including:
- what corridors are and how they work
- numerous examples of corridors around the globe
- common concerns and criticisms of implementing corridors
Design and Implement
We have the tools you need for your next project or class that requires you to analyze connectivity and/or design and implement a corridor route through a landscape. From the basic to the complex, you’ll find what you need in the Toolbox.
Need to decide which tool is most useful for your project? Try out our new Decision Guide, which will lead you through a series of basic questions about your work and recommend a program for you to use.
Check back soon to view our comprehensive directory of research labs and graduate programs with a focus on connectivity and corridors…