A global assessment of over 250 connectivity conservation plans from a wide variety of organizations, governments, and agencies summarizes the key factors for success.
The second edition of Corridor Ecology, out this month, features fundamental concepts behind corridors, modelling and design approaches, and new chapters on connectivity in oceans and facilitating range shifts.
A new study summarizes the lessons learned from numerous groups that have tried to implement connectivity projects. One key message: it's not just the science that matters.
A new review summarizes the multiple approaches to planning for landscape connectivity under climate change, and provides detailed guidelines for practitioners and planners.
The goals of establishing conservation corridors are frequently to allow animals to shift ranges with climate change, maintain gene flow, or avoid inbreeding. To achieve these goals, the corridors need to facilitate dispersal movements or [...]