Monthly Research Round-up: June 2019

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.

Blanton, R.E., Cashner, M.F., Thomas, M.R., Brandt, S.L. and Floyd, M.A. 2019. Increased habitat fragmentation leads to isolation among and low genetic diversity within populations of the imperiled Kentucky Arrow Darter (Etheostoma sagitta spilotum). Conservation Genetics. DOI: 10.1007/s10592-019-01188-y.

Brodie, J.F. and Newmark, W.D. 2019. Heterogeneous matrix habitat drives species occurrences in complex, fragmented landscapes. The American Naturalist 193(5): 748-754.

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.

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.

Ducci L, Roscioni F, Carranza ML, Agnelli P, Russo D, Frate L, Loy A, Santini G, Di Febbraro M. 2019. The role of protected areas in preserving habitat and functional connectivity for mobile flying vertebrates: the common noctule bat (Nyctalus noctula) in Tuscany (Italy) as a case study. Biodiversity and Conservation. DOI: 10.1007/s10531-019-01744-5.

Grill, G., Lehner, B., Thieme, M., Geenen, B., Tickner, D., Antonelli, F., Babu, S., Borrelli, P., Cheng, L., Crochetiere, H. and Macedo, H.E., et al. 2019. Mapping the world’s free-flowing riversNature 569: 215-221.

Harvey J, Gomez‐Velez J, Schmadel N, Scott D, Boyer E, Alexander R, Eng K, Golden H, Kettner A, Konrad C, Moore R. 2019. How hydrologic connectivity regulates water quality in river corridors. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 55(2): 369-81.

Loke, L.H., Chisholm, R.A. and Todd, P.A. 2019. Effects of habitat area and spatial configuration on biodiversity in an experimental intertidal community. Ecology. DOI: 10.1002/ecy.2757.

Liu, J., Slik, F., Coomes, D.A., Corlett, R.T., Wang, Y., Wilson, M., Hu, G., Ding, P. and Yu, M. 2019. The distribution of plants and seed dispersers in response to habitat fragmentation in an artificial island archipelago. Journal of Biogeography 46(6): 1152-1162.

Pirnat, J. and Hladnik, D. 2019. A tale of two cities—From separation to common green connectivity for maintaining of biodiversity and well-being. Land Use Policy 84: 252-259.

Rio-Maior, H., Nakamura, M., Álvares, F. and Beja, P. 2019. Designing the landscape of coexistence: Integrating risk avoidance, habitat selection and functional connectivity to inform large carnivore conservation. Biological Conservation 235: 178-188.

Semančíková, E., Grădinaru, S.R., Aubrechtová, T. and Hersperger, A.M. 2019. Framing fragmentation in strategic policy documents in spatial planning and environmental domains: differences and similarities. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. DOI: 10.1080/09640568.2019.1589433.

Shahnaseri G, Hemami MR, Khosravi R, Malakoutikhah S, Omidi M, Cushman SA. 2019. Contrasting use of habitat, landscape elements, and corridors by grey wolf and golden jackal in central Iran. Landscape Ecology. DOI: 10.1007/s10980-019-00831-w.

Tack, J.D., Jakes, A.F., Jones, P.F., Smith, J.T., Newton, R.E., Martin, B.H., Hebblewhite, M. and Naugle, D.E. 2019. Beyond protected areas: Private lands and public policy anchor intact pathways for multi-species wildlife migration. Biological Conservation 234: 18-27.

Tarabon, S., Bergès, L., Dutoit, T. and Isselin-Nondedeu, F. 2019. Maximizing habitat connectivity in the mitigation hierarchy. A case study on three terrestrial mammals in an urban environment. Journal of Environmental Management 243: 340-349.


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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.