Plant-pollinator networks in fragmented landscapes may be smaller and have fewer specialist species than those in connected habitats, potentially leading to losses of rare species and ecosystem function.
On the road again: does transportation infrastructure provide habitat and movement corridors for insects?
A new systematic literature review reveals a need for more research into how transportation infrastructure affects insect habitat use and movement.
A new study finds that habitat-based conservation strategies such as corridors and habitat restoration cannot sufficiently compensate species’ range loss caused by climate change.
A new study of whale sharks in the Indian Ocean uses satellite telemetry to identify important unprotected habitats and migration pathways.
A study of fruit bat genetics examines whether the San Juan-La Selva biological corridor in Costa Rica protects connectivity between bat populations despite ongoing agricultural intensification from surrounding pineapple plantations.