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[BOOK] Landscape ecology in theory and practice: pattern and process
MG Turner, RH Gardner, RV O'neill - 2001 - books.google.com
An ideal text for students taking a course in landscape ecology. The book has been
written
by very well-known practitioners and pioneers in the new field of ecological analysis.
Landscape ecology has emerged during the past two decades as a new and exciting
level ...
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[BOOK] Conserving forest biodiversity: a comprehensive multiscaled
approach
DB Lindenmayer, JF Franklin - 2002 - books.google.com
While most efforts at biodiversity conservation have focused primarily on protected areas
and reserves, the unprotected lands surrounding those area--the" matrix"--are equally
important to preserving global biodiversity and maintaining forest health. n Conserving ...
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[HTML] The matrix matters: effective isolation in fragmented landscapes
TH Ricketts - The American Naturalist, 2001 - JSTOR
Abstract: Traditional approaches to the study of fragmented landscapes invoke an island-
ocean model and assume that the nonhabitat matrix surrounding remnant patches is
uniform. Patch isolation, a crucial parameter to the predictions of island biogeography
and ...
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Habitat fragmentation and large scale conservation: what do we know for
sure?
S Harrison, E Bruna - Ecography, 1999 - Wiley Online Library
We review the ecological effects of habitat fragmentation, comparing the theoretical
approaches that have been taken to understanding it with the existing evidence from
empirical studies. Theory h; is emphasized the spatial aspects of fragmentation and the ...
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On the usage and measurement of landscape connectivity
L Tischendorf, L Fahrig - Oikos, 2000 - Wiley Online Library
2. Abstract This paper examines the usage and measurement of "landscape connectivity
in
33 recent studies. Connectivity is defined as the degree to which a landscape facilitates or
impedes movement of organisms among resource patches. However, connectivity is ...
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[BOOK] Habitat fragmentation and landscape change: an ecological and
conservation synthesis
DB Lindenmayer, J Fischer - 2006 - books.google.com
Habitat loss and degradation that comes as a result of human activity is the single biggest
threat to biodiversity in the world today. Habitat Fragmentation and Landscape Change is
a
groundbreaking work that brings together a wealth of information from a wide range of ...
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Biodiversity conservation at multiple scales: functional sites, landscapes,
and networks
KA Poiani, BD Richter, MG Anderson, HE Richter - BioScience, 2000 - BioOne
A pproaches to conservation and natural resource anagement are maturing rapidly in
response to changing perceptions of biodiversity and ecological systems. n past
decades,
biodiversity was viewed largely in terms of species richness, and the ecosystems ...
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Can landscape indices predict ecological processes consistently?
L Tischendorf - Landscape ecology, 2001 - Springer
Landscape Ecology 16: 235254, 2001. 2001 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in
the
Netherlands. ... Can landscape indices predict ecological processes consistently? ... Lutz
Tischendorf
Ottawa-Carleton nstitute of Biology, Carleton University, 1125 Colonel By Drive,
Ottawa, ...
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Plant-insect interactions in fragmented landscapes
T Tscharntke, R Brandl - Annual Reviews in Entomology, 2004 - annualreviews.org
Abstract Population and community ecology need a large-scale perspective because
local
patterns (of biodiversity) and processes (trophic interactions) are influenced by the
regional
setting. The ratio of the foraging range and/or dispersal ability to the distance between ...
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Corridors affect plants, animals, and their interactions in fragmented
landscapes
JJ Tewksbury, DJ Levey, NM Haddad. - Proceedings of the ., 2002 - National Acad
Sciences
Abstract Among the most popular strategies for maintaining populations of both plants
and
animals in fragmented landscapes is to connect isolated patches with thin strips of habitat,
called corridors. Corridors are thought to increase the exchange of individuals between ...
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[BOOK] Connectivity conservation
KR Crooks, MA Sanjayan - 2006 - books.google.com
One of the biggest threats to the survival of many plant and animal species is the
destruction
or fragmentation of their natural habitats. The conservation of landscape connections,
where
animals, plants, and ecological processes can move freely from one habitat to another,
is ...
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Corridor use by diverse taxa
NM Haddad, DR Bowne, A Cunningham, BJ Danielson. - Ecology, 2003 - Eco Soc
America
One of the most popular approaches for maintaining populations and conserving
biodiversity in fragmented landscapes is to retain or create corridors that connect
otherwise
isolated habitat patches. Working in large-scale, experimental landscapes in which
open- ...
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[HTML] Corridor use predicted from behaviors at habitat boundaries
NM Haddad - The American Naturalist, 1999 - JSTOR
abstract: Through empirical studies and simulation, demonstrate how simple behaviors
can
be used in lieu of detailed dispersal studies to predict the effects of corridors on interpatch
movements. Movement paths of three butterfly species were measured in large (1.64
ha) ...
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[BOOK] Corridor ecology: the science and practice of linking landscapes for
biodiversity conservation
JA Hilty, WZ Lidicker Jr, A Merenlender - 2006 - books.google.com
Corridor Ecology presents guidelines that combine conservation science and practical
experience for maintaining, enhancing, and creating connectivity between natural areas
with
an overarching goal of conserving biodiversity. t offers an objective, carefully
interpreted ...
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Characteristics of insect populations on habitat fragments: a mini review
T Tscharntke, SteffanDewenter, A Kruess. - Ecological ., 2002 - Wiley Online Library
Modern human-dominated landscapes are typically characterized by intensive land-use
and
high levels of habitat destruction, often resulting in sharply contrasted habitat mosaics.
Fragmentation
of remaining habitat is a major threat to biodiversity. n the present paper, we focus on
the ...
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Comparing marine and terrestrial ecosystems: implications for the design
of coastal marine reserves
MH Carr, JE Neigel, JA Estes, S Andelman. - Ecological ., 2003 - Eco Soc America
Concepts and theory for the design and application of terrestrial reserves is based on our
understanding of environmental, ecological, and evolutionary processes responsible for
biological diversity and sustainability of terrestrial ecosystems and how humans have ...
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A habitat island approach to conserving birds in urban landscapes: case
studies from southern and northern Europe
E Fernandez-Juricic, J Jokimki - Biodiversity & Conservation, 2001 - Springer
ESTEBAN FERNNDEZ-JURCC1 and JUKKA JOKMK2, 1Department of Zoology,
Oxford
University, Oxford OX1 3PS, UK; 2Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, PO Box 122,
96101
Rovaniemi, Finland; *Author for correspondence (e-mail: jukka.jokimaki@urova.fi)
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Future directions for biodiversity conservation in managed forests:
indicator species, impact studies and monitoring programs
DB Lindenmayer - Forest Ecology and Management, 1999 - Elsevier
The validity and use of the indicator species concept, the design of logging impact
studies,
the need for long-term monitoring programs and how they might be designed, and, trade-
offs
between conservation strategies and economic costs are topics critical to the future ...
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[BOOK] nsect diversity conservation
MJ Samways - 2005 - books.google.com
nsect Diversity Conservation reviews the background and ethics of insect conservation
and
the existing threats to insect diversity. t explains the reasoning behind, and the
techniques
used, to maintain and protect insect diversity. Written in an accessible manner, it is
aimed ...
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Effects of landscape corridors on seed dispersal by birds
DJ Levey, BM Bolker, JJ Tewksbury, S Sargent. - Science, 2005 - sciencemag.org
Abstract Habitat fragmentation threatens biodiversity by disrupting dispersal. The
mechanisms and consequences of this disruption are controversial, primarily because
most
organisms are difficult to track. We examined the effect of habitat corridors on long- ...
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Responses of mammals to habitat edges: an overview
WZ Lidicker Jr - Landscape Ecology, 1999 - Springer
Page 1. Landscape Ecology 14: 333343, 1999. 1999 Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Printed in the Netherlands. 333 Responses of mammals to habitat edges: an overview
William Z. Lidicker, Jr. Museum of Vertebrate Zoology ...
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Circuit theory predicts gene flow in plant and animal populations
BH McRae, P Beier - . of the National Academy of Sciences, 2007 - National Acad
Sciences
Abstract Maintaining connectivity for broad-scale ecological processes like dispersal and
gene flow is essential for conserving endangered species in fragmented landscapes.
However, determining which habitats should be set aside to promote connectivity has ...
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[BOOK] Measuring landscapes: A planner's handbook
AB Leito, J Miller, J Ahern, K McGarigal - 2006 - books.google.com
This practical handbook bridges the gap between those scientists who study landscapes
and the planners and conservationists who must then decide how best to preserve and
build
environmentally-sound habitats. Until now, only a small portion of the relevant science
has ...
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Habitat loss, fragmentation, and restoration
GR Huxel, A Hastings - Restoration Ecology, 1999 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract The loss and fragmentation of habitat is a major threat to the continued survival
of
many species. We argue that, by including spatial processes in restoration management
plans, the effects of habitat loss and fragmentation can be offset. Yet few management ...
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Corridors for conservation: integrating pattern and process
CLB Chetkiewicz, CC St. Clair, MS Boyce - Annual Review of Ecology, ., 2006 - JSTOR
Corridors are commonly used to connect fragments of wildlife habitat, yet the identification
of
conservation corridors typically neglects processes of habitat selection and movement for
target organisms. nstead, corridor designs often are based on binary patterns of habitat ...
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Effects of deforestation pattern and private nature reserves on the forest
conservation in settlement areas of the Brazilian Amazon
JP Metzger - Biota Neotropica, 2001 - SciELO Brasil
ABSTRACT The effects of deforestation patterns, private nature-reserve extents and
agricultural fallow periods on forest conservation were simulated for settlement projects in
the Brazilian Amazon that produce a fish-bone pattern of occupation and where slash-
and ...
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An experimental test of matrix permeability and corridor use by an
endemic understory bird
TD Castellon, KE Sieving - Conservation biology, 2006 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: Because of widespread habitat fragmentation, maintenance of landscape
connectivity has become a major focus of conservation planning, but empirical tests of
animal movement in fragmented landscapes remain scarce. We conducted a
translocation ...
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Biodiversity conservation in tropical agroecosystems
Perfecto, J Vandermeer - Annals of the New York Academy of ., 2008 - Wiley Online
Library
t is almost certainly the case that many populations have always existed as
metapopulations, leading to the conclusion that local extinctions are common and
normally
balanced by migrations. This conclusion has major consequences for biodiversity ...
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Evaluating the effectiveness of corridors: a genetic approach
SG Mech, JG Hallett - Conservation Biology, 2001 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: The effectiveness of corridors in maintaining dispersal in fragmented landscapes
is
a question of considerable conservation and ecological importance. We tested the
efficacy
of corridors as residual landscape structures in maintaining population structure in the
red ...
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[HTML] Butterfly responses to habitat edges in the highly fragmented
prairies of Central owa
L Ries, DM Debinski - Journal of Animal Ecology, 2001 - Wiley Online Library
Summary 1. The behaviour of two butterfly species, a habitat specialist (Speyeria idalia)
and
a habitat generalist (Danaus plexippus), was tracked at four prairie edges to determine
the
extent to which edges act as a barrier to emigration. The four edge types studied were ...
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Use of highway undercrossings by wildlife in southern California
SJ Ng, JW Dole, RM Sauvajot, SPD Riley. - Biological ., 2004 - Elsevier
Roads, especially large highways, can have significant impacts on wildlife movement and
survival. This is especially true for wide-ranging species, such as mammalian carnivores.
Some of these impacts may be mitigated if wildlife can find and utilize passageways
under ...
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[HTML] Fragmented landscapes, road mortality and patch connectivity:
modelling influences on the dispersal of Eurasian lynx
S KRAMER SCHADT , E Revilla. - Journal of Applied ., 2004 - Wiley Online Library
Most suitable patches could be interconnected by movements of dispersing lynx within 10
years
of reintroduction. However, when realistic levels of mortality risks on roads were applied,
most
patches become isolated except along the GermanCzech border. Consequently, patch ...
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[BOOK] Conservation of wildlife populations: demography, genetics, and
management
LS Mills - 2012 - books.google.com
Population ecology has matured to a sophisticated science with astonishing potential for
contributing solutions to wildlife conservation and management challenges. And yet, much
of the applied power of wildlife population ecology remains untapped because its broad ...
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Communicating clearly about conservation corridors
GR Hess, RA Fischer - Landscape and urban planning, 2001 - Elsevier
Conflicting definitions lead to confusion when people communicate about 'corridors',
particularly when they come from different disciplinary backgrounds. Usage of 'corridor'in
game management, island biogeography, and metapopulation literature focused on ...
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Connectivity measures: a review
P Kindlmann, F Burel - Landscape Ecology, 2008 - Springer
One of the central problems in contemporary ecology and conservation biology is the
drastic
change of landscapes induced by anthropogenic activities, resulting in habitat loss and
fragmentation. For many wild living species, local extinctions of fragmented populations ...
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Managing landscapes for conservation under uncertainty
MA Burgman, DB Lindenmayer, J Elith - Ecology, 2005 - Eco Soc America
n ecology, populations may be linked conceptually with landscapes through habitat and
spatial population models. Usually, these models deal with single species and treat a
range
of uncertainties implicitly and explicitly. They assist managers in testing different ...
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The matrix enhances the effectiveness of corridors and stepping stones
KA Baum, KJ Haynes, FP Dillemuth, JT Cronin - Ecology, 2004 - Eco Soc America
Conservation strategies often call for the utilization of corridors and/or stepping stones to
promote dispersal among fragmented populations. However, the extent to which these
strategies increase connectivity for an organism may depend not only on the corridors
and ...
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Movement in corridors: enhancement by predation threat, disturbance,
and habitat structure
JF Gilliam, DF Fraser - Ecology, 2001 - Eco Soc America
Movement by stream fish is known to be strongly influenced by abiotic factors such as
floods
and temperature, but roles of biotic factors, such as predation threat, and interactions of
abiotic and biotic factors are less clear. Predation threat is known to fragment
populations ...
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The effects of a vegetational corridor on the abundance and dispersal of
insect biodiversity within a northern California organic vineyard
C Nicholls, M Parrella, MA Altieri - Landscape ecology, 2001 - Springer
Clara . Nicholls1, , Michael Parrella2 & Miguel A. Altieri3 1University of California
Cooperative
Extension, Alameda County. 1131 Harbor Bay Parkway, Suite 131 Alameda CA 94502,
USA; 2University of California-Davis, Entomology Department, Davis, USA; 3University
of ...
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Rule-based assessment of suitable habitat and patch connectivity for the
Eurasian lynx
S Schadt, F Knauer, P Kaczensky, E Revilla. - Ecological ., 2002 - Eco Soc America
Conservation biologists often must make management decisions based on little empirical
information. n Germany, biologists are concerned that the recovery and reintroduction of
Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) may fail because the remaining suitable habitat may be ...
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Conservation value of roadside prairie restoration to butterfly communities
L Ries, DM Debinski, ML Wieland - Conservation Biology, 2001 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: t has been suggested that restoration of roadsides to native habitat can benefit
wildlife by adding habitat and restoring connectivity between fragmented reserves. n
owa,
which has one of the highest road densities in the United States, roadside vegetation
has ...
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Urban landscape conservation and the role of ecological greenways at
local and metropolitan scales
MM Bryant - Landscape and urban planning, 2006 - Elsevier
Greenways are promoted for land conservation in both rural and urban areas, but less
attention has been paid to the potential of greenways to serve urban biodiversity
conservation goals. This paper presents results of a biodiversity planning study of a
highly ...
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Terrestrial activity and conservation of adult California red-legged frogs<
i> Rana aurora draytonii</i> in coastal forests and grasslands
JB Bulger, NJ Scott Jr, RB Seymour - Biological conservation, 2003 - Elsevier
The federally threatened California red-legged frog Rana aurora draytonii occupies both
aquatic and terrestrial habitats in its adult life stage. The terrestrial activities of this
species
are not well known and require documentation to assist in the development of
appropriate ...
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Evaluation of patch isolation metrics in mosaic landscapes for specialist
vs. generalist dispersers
L Tischendorf, DJ Bender, L Fahrig - Landscape Ecology, 2003 - Springer
Lutz Tischendorf, Darren J. Bender and Lenore Fahrig* Ottawa-Carleton nstitute of
Biology,
Carleton University, Ottawa, K1S 5B6, Canada; *Author for correspondence (e-mail:
lfahrig@ccs.carleton.ca) ... Received 21 May 2001; accepted in revised form 27 March ...
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National park and reserve planning to protect biological diversity: some
basic elements
CL Shafer - Landscape and Urban Planning, 1999 - Elsevier
Key needs for the creation of a nature reserve system are outlined: formulating goals,
selecting management categories, taking inventory, identifying gaps, designing reserves,
measuring reserve condition and vulnerability, and recognizing the relationship between ...
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Effects of landscape spatial structure on movement patterns of the hispid
cotton rat (Sigmodon hispidus)
DR Bowne, JD Peles, GW Barrett - Landscape Ecology, 1999 - Springer
Page 1. Landscape Ecology 14: 5365, 1999. 1999 Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Printed in the Netherlands. 53 Effects of landscape spatial structure on movement
patterns of the hispid cotton rat (Sigmodon hispidus) David ...
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Defining Corridor Functions for Endemic Birds in Fragmented South
Temperate Rainforest
KE Sieving, MF Willson, TL De Santo - Conservation Biology, 2000 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: For five species of endemic understory birds ( families Rhinocryptidae,
Furnariidae)
inhabiting fragmented temperate rainforest in southcentral Chile, we distinguished
between
vegetated corridors functioning as living space and those potentially suitable for short- ...
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A geostatistical approach for describing spatial pattern in stream networks
LM Ganio, CE Torgersen. - Frontiers in Ecology and ., 2005 - Eco Soc America
The shape and configuration of branched networks influence ecological patterns and
processes. Recent investigations of network influences in riverine ecology stress the need
to
quantify spatial structure not only in a two-dimensional plane, but also in networks. An ...
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[BOOK] Applying landscape ecology in biological conservation
KJ Gutzwiller - 2002 - books.google.com
Landscape ecology and conservation biology are rapidly developing disciplines, and a
current synthesis of principles and applications in these two fields is needed under one
cover. Many managers are not applying principles of landscape ecology in efforts to ...
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Conservation value of remnant riparian forest corridors of varying quality
for Amazonian birds and mammals
AC Lees, CA Peres - Conservation Biology, 2008 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: Forest corridors are often considered the main instrument with which to offset
the
effects of habitat loss and fragmentation. Brazilian forestry legislation requires that all
riparian zones on private landholdings be maintained as permanent reserves and sets ...
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DF] Review of experience with ecological networks, corridors and buffer
zones
G Bennett, KJ Mulongoy - Secretariat of the Convention on Biological ., 2006 -
69.90.183.227
The requirements for the review were, first, to prepare case studies illustrating experience
in
each of the five UN regions on the development of ecological networks, corridors and
buffer
zones and, second, to draw conclusions on their suitability for biodiversity conservation, ...
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Landscape issues in plant ecology
S De Blois, G Domon, A Bouchard - Ecography, 2002 - Wiley Online Library
n the last decade, we have seen the emergence and consolidation of a conceptual
framework that recognizes the landscape as an ecological unit of interest. Plant ecologists
have long emphasized landscape-scale issues, but there has been no recent attempt to ...
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Permeability of three boreal forest landscape types to bird movements as
determined from experimental translocations
JF Gobeil, MA Villard - Oikos, 2002 - Wiley Online Library
Efficient dispersal is critical to metapopulation persistence in fragmented landscapes. Yet,
this phenomenon is poorly understood because it is difficult to study. We used an indirect
method, experimental translocation, to investigate the permeability of three landscape ...
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ncreasing connectivity in fragmented landscapes: an investigation of
evidence for biodiversity gain in woodlands
S Bailey - Forest Ecology and Management, 2007 - Elsevier
ncreasing connectivity is frequently proposed as an effective strategy to address
biodiversity
decline within fragmented habitats. Woodland habitats in Great Britain have been
significantly reduced in area and are described as having 'fragmented'distribution. Many ...
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nsect conservation: a synthetic management approach
MJ Samways - Annu. Rev. Entomol., 2007 - annualreviews.org
Abstract Threats to insect diversity range from habitat loss and invasive alien organisms
to
environmental contamination and biological control. Many of the threats are synergistic,
with
the joint impact of habitat loss and global climate change being highly adversely ...
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Long Term Landscape Change and Bird Abundance in Amazonian
Rainforest Fragments
PC Stouffer, RO Bierregaard, C Strong. - Conservation ., 2006 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: The rainforests of the Amazon basin are being cut by humans at a rate> 20,000
km
2/year, leading to smaller and more isolated patches of forest, with remaining fragments
often in the range of 1100 ha. We analyzed samples of understory birds collected over ...
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Hedgerows as habitat for woodland plants
D McCollin, J Jackson, RGH Bunce, CJ Barr. - Journal of Environmental ., 2000 -
Elsevier
For hedgerows to act as corridors for woodland plants they must provide habitat
conditions
to suit species' autecological requirements. This supposition was tested by examining
differences in the habitat and autecological characteristics of woodland plants according ...
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[CITATION] Forest certification: Roots, issues, challenges, and benefits
KA Vogt - 2000 - CRC Press Llc
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Effectiveness of a regional corridor in connecting two Florida black bear
populations
JD Dixon, MK Oli, MC Wooten, TH Eason. - Conservation ., 2006 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: Corridors may mitigate the adverse effects of habitat fragmentation by restoring
or
maintaining connectivity between disjunct populations. The efficacy of corridors for large
carnivores, however, has rarely been evaluated objectively. We used noninvasive ...
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Making the matrix matter: challenges in Australian grazing landscapes
J Fischer, Fazey, R Briese. - Biodiversity & Conservation, 2005 - Springer
JOERN FSCHER1,*, OAN FAZEY1, ROBYN BRESE2 and DAVD B. LNDENMAYER1
1Centre
for Resource and Environmental Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra,
ACT
0200, Australia; 2Phillips Fox Lawyers, Phillips Fox Building, 54 Marcus Clarke Street, ...
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Conserving nature at regional and continental scalesa scientific
program for North America
ME Soul, J Terborgh - BioScience, 1999 - JSTOR
With the closing of the frontier a century ago, visionaries such as John Muir and Theodore
Roosevelt sought to ensure the preservation of samples of the most monumental and
scenic
landscapes of wild Americaits grandest vistas and most impressive creatures. As the ...
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Corridor length and patch colonization by a butterfly, Junonia coenia
N Haddad - Conservation Biology, 2000 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: Corridors have been proposed to reduce isolation and increase population
persistence in fragmented landscapes, yet little research has evaluated the types of
landscapes in which corridors will be most effective. tested the hypothesis that
corridors ...
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Effect of vegetation matrix on animal dispersal: genetic evidence from a
study of endangered skinks
O Berry, MD Tocher, DM Gleeson. - Conservation ., 2005 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: Maintaining connectivity in fragmented landscapes is a key principle of biological
conservation. Although corridors are a widely accepted approach to connecting
populations,
their merits are still debated, and they may be impractical in many situations. A focus on ...
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Biodiversity management approaches for streamriparian areas:
perspectives for Pacific Northwest headwater forests, microclimates, and
amphibians
DH Olson, PD Anderson, CA Frissell. - Forest Ecology and ., 2007 - Elsevier
Streamriparian areas represent a nexus of biodiversity, with disproportionate numbers of
species tied to and interacting within this key habitat. New research in Pacific Northwest
headwater forests, especially the characterization of microclimates and amphibian ...
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An experimental test of whether habitat corridors affect pollen transfer
PA Townsend, DJ Levey - Ecology, 2005 - Eco Soc America
Negative effects of habitat fragmentation are thought to be diminished when habitat
patches
are joined by a corridor. A key assumption is that corridors facilitate exchange rates of
organisms between otherwise isolated patches. f the organisms are pollinators,
corridors ...
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Effects of thinning on small mammals in Oregon coastal forests
N Suzuki, JP Hayes - The Journal of wildlife management, 2003 - JSTOR
Because of fires and intensive logging practices, young forest stands dominate much of
the
landscape of the Pacific Northwest. Most young stands were reforested with Douglas-fir
(Pseudotsuga menzeisii) trees at high densities. Researchers have proposed thinning of ...
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Does the type of matrix matter? A quantitative review of the evidence
JA Prevedello, MV Vieira - Biodiversity and Conservation, 2010 - Springer
t has been increasingly recognized that the type of matrix surrounding habitat patches can
affect
biodiversity in landscapes, but there were only qualitative reviews of the subject focused
on particular
taxonomic groups. We present a quantitative review of studies from 1985 to 2008 that ...
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[HTML] Predicting which species will benefit from corridors in fragmented
landscapes from population growth models
BR Hudgens, NM Haddad - The American Naturalist, 2003 - JSTOR
Abstract: Connecting isolated patches of habitat in fragmented landscapes with corridors is
a
popular conservation strategy. This strategy is also controversial in large part because of
uncertainty about what characteristics of a species and its environment promote corridor ...
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Demographic consequences of movements in subdivided root vole
populations
J Aars, E Johannesen, RA ms - Oikos, 1999 - JSTOR
We studied three types of movements:(1) movements leading to permanent transfer of
individuals between habitat patches,(2) movements (excursions) into habitat corridors and
(3) into a barren matrix area, and the demographic consequences in 12 enclosed ...
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Use of corridor-like landscape structures by bird and small mammal
species
DT Bolger, TA Scott, JT Rotenberry - Biological Conservation, 2001 - Elsevier
We investigated the use of corridor-like structures by birds and rodents in coastal San
Diego
County, California, USA, in areas characterized by dense residential development and
small
remnant habitat fragments. n 1992 and 1993 we compared the use of remnant strips of ...
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US national park buffer zones: historical, scientific, social, and legal
aspects
CL Shafer - Environmental Management, 1999 - Springer
ABSTRACT / This review will trace the evolution of beyond boundary/buffer zone thinking
and
policy responses in the US National Park Service (NPS); address buffer zone sci- ence,
benefits, and limitations; examine pertinent legal and social concerns; highlight some ...
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Compensatory behavior of Ensatina eschscholtzii in biological corridors: a
field experiment
DK Rosenberg, BR Noon. - Canadian Journal of ., 1998 - NRC Research Press
Despite the general lack of theoretical or empirical support, biological corridors are
assumed
to mitigate the detrimental effects of habitat fragmentation by increasing landscape
connectivity. To test the hypothesis that mechanisms which affect immigration rates from
a ...
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Central concepts and issues of landscape ecology
JA Wiens - Applying landscape ecology in biological conservation, 2002 - Springer
The objective of biological conservation is the long-term maintenance of popula- tions or
species
or, more broadly, of the Earth's biodiversity. Many of the threats that elicit conservation
concern
result in one way or another from human land use. Population sizes may become ...
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[PDF] from ncsu.edu
On experimentation and the study of corridors: response to Beier and
Noss
NM Haddad, DK Rosenberg, BR Noon - Conservation Biology, 2000 - JSTOR
The use of corridors for the conservation of biological diversity in fragmented landscapes
has been debated for over two decades. This debate has been shaped by a number of
reviews that typically are either strongly skeptical (Simberloff & Cox 1987; Simberloff et
al. ...
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Movements of the flying squirrel Pteromys volans in corridors and in
matrix habitat
V Selonen, K Hanski - Ecography, 2003 - Wiley Online Library
Elements of the landscape, such as patches of preferred habitat, matrix between patches,
and corridors linking patches, differ as movement habitat for animals. To understand how
landscape structure influences the movement and thus, population dynamics of animals, ...
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[PDF] from iastate.edu
Spatial ecology of predator-prey interactions: corridors and patch shape
influence seed predation
JL Orrock, BJ Danielson, MJ Burns, DJ Levey - Ecology, 2003 - Eco Soc America
Corridors that connect patches of disjunct habitat may be promising tools for mediating
the
negative impacts of habitat fragmentation, but little is known about how corridors affect
ecological interactions. n eight 12-ha experimental landscapes, we examined how ...
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[CITATION] Applying nature's design: corridors as a strategy for biodiversity
conservation
AAB Anderson, CN Jenkins - 2006 - Columbia University Press
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[PDF] from almediam.org
Factors affecting the distribution of a waterbird community: the role of
habitat configuration and bird abundance
M Paracuellos, JL Tellera - Waterbirds, 2004 - BioOne
Abstract The effects of the environmental and species' characteristics were analyzed for
the
richness and distribution of the dabbling and diving waterbirds in a wetland complex with
26
ponds (0.1-88.6 ha) in southeast Spain. These environments are being lost on a global ...
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[HTML] The effect of landscape composition on colonization success,
growth rate and dispersal in introduced bush crickets Metrioptera roeseli
Berggren, A Carlson, O Kindvall - Journal of Animal Ecology, 2001 - Wiley Online
Library
Summary 1. Fragmentation and habitat loss affects both existing and introduced
populations. Small habitat areas may have harsher biotic and abiotic conditions, as well
as
restricting population sizes. Loss of connectivity reduces the opportunities for individuals ...
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Population dynamics of Microtus pennsylvanicus in corridor linked
patches
CJ Coffman, JD Nichols, KH Pollock - Oikos, 2001 - Wiley Online Library
2. Abstract Corridors have become a key issue in the discussion of conservation planning;
however, few empirical data exist on the use of corridors and their effects on population
dynamics. The objective of this replicated, population level, capture-recapture
experiment ...
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Riparian corridors enhance movement of a forest specialist bird in
fragmented tropical forest
CS Gillies, CCS Clair - . of the National Academy of Sciences, 2008 - National Acad
Sciences
Abstract Riparian corridors and fencerows are hypothesized to increase the persistence of
forest animals in fragmented landscapes by facilitating movement among suitable habitat
patches. This function may be critically important for forest birds, which have declined ...
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What habitat is an island
FL Bunnell - Forest Wildlife and Fragmentation. Management ., 1999 - books.google.com
The equilibrium theory of island biogeography suggested mechanisms for the concepts of
fragmentation and connectivity. For the theory to be predictive in forests, forest stands
must
act as isolated islands in a sea of hostile land. There is little evidence that forest-
dwelling ...
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Behavioral model systems
JO Wolff - Landscape ecology of small mammals, 1999 - Springer
The impact of habitat loss and fragmentation of remaining habitats on the distribution,
persistence, and metapopulation dynamics of plants and animals is a major concern in
conservation
biology and landscape ecology (Harris 1984, Wiens et al. 1993, Lidicker 1995, Hanski ...
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Connectivity in an agricultural landscape as reflected by interpond
movements of a freshwater turtle
DR Bowne, MA Bowers, JE Hines - Conservation Biology, 2006 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: Connectivity is a measure of how landscape features facilitate movement and
thus
is an important factor in species persistence in a fragmented landscape. The scarcity of
empirical studies that directly quantify species movement and determine subsequent ...
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[BOOK] Connectivity conservation management: a global guide (with
particular reference to mountain connectivity conservation)
GL Worboys, WL Francis, MJ Lockwood - 2010 - books.google.com
n an era of climate change, deforestation and massive habitat loss, we can no longer rely
on parks and protected areas as isolated'islands of wilderness' to conserve and protect
vital
biodiversity. ncreasing connections are being considered and made between protected ...
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[PDF] from utoledo.edu
Effects of corridors on home range sizes and interpatch movements of
three small mammal species
KE Mabry, GW Barrett - Landscape Ecology, 2002 - Springer
Karen E. Mabry1,2,* and Gary W. Barrett1 1nstitute of Ecology, University of Georgia,
Athens, GA 30602-2202, USA; 2Current address: Section of Evolution and Ecology,
University
of California, Davis, CA 95616, USA; *Author for correspondence (e-mail: ...
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Use of Empirically Derived Source Destination Models to Map Regional
Conservation Corridors
SA Cushman, KS McKelvey. - Conservation ., 2009 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: The ability of populations to be connected across large landscapes via dispersal
is
critical to long-term viability for many species. One means to mitigate population isolation
is
the protection of movement corridors among habitat patches. Nevertheless, the utility of ...
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[HTML] Elements that promote highway crossing structure use by small
mammals in Banff National Park
W McDonald, CC St Clair - Journal of Applied Ecology, 2004 - Wiley Online Library
Summary 1. Corridors provide important structural connectivity in habitats that have been
fragmented by human activities, but more empirical work is needed to identify the
attributes
of effective corridor design under a broad range of ecological conditions. 2. We tested
the ...
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Corridors: reconnecting fragmented landscapes
A Dobson, K Ralls, M Foster, ME Soule. - . of regional reserve ., 1999 -
books.google.com
f one stands in the middle of a national park or wilderness area, such as Yellowstone
National Park or Lake Nakuru in Kenya, it is still possible to believe that we have done an
excellent job of conserving nature. Yet if one hikes to the top of the mountains that ...
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Habitat corridors function as both drift fences and movement conduits for
dispersing flies
JH Fried, DJ Levey, JA Hogsette - Oecologia, 2005 - Springer
Abstract Corridors connect otherwise isolated habitat patches and can direct movement of
animals
among such patches. n eight experimental landscapes, we tes- ted two hypotheses of
how corridors
might affect dis- persal behavior. The Traditional Corridor hypothesis posits that animals ...
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Effects of habitat and landscape fragmentation on humans and
biodiversity in densely populated landscapes
M Di Giulio, R Holderegger, S Tobias - Journal of environmental ., 2009 - Elsevier
Landscape fragmentation has often been seen as an only ecological problem. However,
fragmentation also has a societal perspective, namely, in how humans perceive
landscape
fragmentation and in how landscape fragmentation potentially influences human well- ...
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Width of grassland linkages for the conservation of butterflies in South
African afforested areas
SR Pryke, MJ Samways - Biological Conservation, 2001 - Elsevier
Flight behaviours of 23 butterfly species were mapped to establish the effect of both pine
afforestation and different-sized grassland linkages on localised butterfly movements.
Blocks
of pine trees caused most butterflies to change direction and move away from the pine ...
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The spatial links tool: Automated mapping of habitat linkages in
variegated landscapes
M Drielsma, G Manion, S Ferrier - Ecological modelling, 2007 - Elsevier
The removal, alteration and fragmentation of habitat in many parts of the world has led to
a
loss of biodiversity. Within the prevailing societal limitations the process is not easily
reversed. Attempts are being made to minimise the fragmentation of remaining habitat
by ...
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An invasive plant promotes unstable host-parasitoid patch dynamics
JT Cronin, KJ Haynes - Ecology, 2004 - Eco Soc America
n theory, the rate of interpatch dispersal significantly influences the population dynamics
of
predators and their prey, yet there are relatively few field experiments that provide a
strong
link between these two processes. n tallgrass prairies of North America, the
planthopper, ...
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Linkage restoration: nterpreting fragmentation theory for the design of a
rainforest linkage in the humid Wet Tropics of north eastern Queensland
BNJ Tucker - Ecological Management & Restoration, 2000 - Wiley Online Library
Summary Studies of forest fragmentation, particularly in the species-rich tropical zone,
have
contributed significantly to our understanding of its effects and impacts, and allow us to
predict a cascade of flow-on effects likely to emerge in the coming decades. Practical ...
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Effectiveness of corridors relative to enlargement of habitat patches
MR Falcy, CF Estades - Conservation Biology, 2007 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: The establishment of biological corridors between two otherwise isolated habitat
patches is a common yet contentious strategy for conserving populations in fragmented
landscapes. We compared the effectiveness of corridors with the effectiveness of an ...
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Landscape supplementation in adjacent savannas and its implications for
the design of corridors for forest birds in the central Cerrado, Brazil
DP Tubelis, A Cowling, C Donnelly - Biological Conservation, 2004 - Elsevier
We examined landscape supplementation (sensu [Oikos 65 (1992) 169]) by forest birds
along forest/savanna boundaries in central Brazil to:(1) verify the role of savanna
vegetation
in providing resources to forest bird communities;(2) suggest minimum amounts of ...
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Role of Corridors in Plant Dispersal: an Example with the Endangered
Ranunculus nodif lorus
F Kirchner, JB Ferdy, C Andalo, B Colas. - Conservation ., 2003 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: The proposition that the migration of organisms between habitat patches could
be
enhanced by corridors has been much discussed among conservation biologists. But the
few experimental studies supporting the usefulness of corridors have all concerned ...
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The utility of movement corridors in forested landscapes
J Niemela - Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 2001 - Taylor & Francis
Linking habitat patches with movement corridors to enhance survival of populations in the
connected fragments is an appealing idea. However, research regarding corridors
provides
ambiguous evidence of their usefulness. Many studies have shown that species are ...
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Assisted colonization: ntegrating conservation strategies in the face of
climate change
SR Loss, LA Terwilliger, AC Peterson - Biological conservation, 2011 - Elsevier
Global climate change poses an immense challenge for conservation biologists seeking to
mitigate impacts to species and ecosystems. Species persistence will depend on
geographic range shifts or adaptation in response to warming patterns as novel climates ...
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Assessing riparian quality using two complementary sets of bioindicators
J Smith, MJ Samways, S Taylor - Biodiversity and onservation, !""# - Springer
Abstract Biological indicators are being increasingly used to rapidly monitor changing
river
quality$ Among these bioindicators are macroinvertebrates$ A short- coming of
macroinvertebrate
rapid assessments is that they use higher ta%a, and therefore lac& ta%onomic resolution ...
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Small mammals in agricultural landscapes of *rince +dward ,sland -anada./
effects of habitat characteristics at three different spatial scales
M Silva, 0 1artling, SB 2pps - Biological onservation, !""3 - +lsevier
4e e%amined the influence of habitat characteristics at the microhabitat, macrohabitat, and
landscape spatial scales on small mammals occurring in 5! forest patches within four
agricultural landscapes of *rince +dward ,sland -anada.$ 0andscape features were ...
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an agroforest woodlots wor& as stepping stones for birds in the Atlantic forest
region6
A 7e8u, 99 Beyer, J* Met8ger - Biodiversity and onservation, !"": - Springer
Abstract ,n fragmented landscapes, agroforest woodlots can potentially act as stepping
stones
facilitating movement between forest fragments$ 4e assessed the in;uence of agro- forest
woodlots
on bird distribution and diversity in the Atlantic forest region -S+ Bra8il., and also tested ...
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[BOOK] Status of hamsters/ ricetus cricetus, ricetus migratorius, Mesocricetus
=ewtoni and other hamster species in +urope
> =echay - !""" - boo&s$google$com
+ight species of hamster are found in +urope$ The ommon hamster -ricetus cricetus.
and
the >olden hamster -Mesocricetus auratus. are popular pets but the others occur solely in
eastern +urope living in agricultural or steppe-li&e habitats$ The increase of agricultural ...
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(emote sensing of land-cover change and landscape conte%t of the =ational
*ar&s/ A case study of the =ortheast Temperate =etwor&
? 4ang, B( Mitchell, J =ugranad-Mar8illi@ - (emote Sensing of @, !"") - +lsevier
=ational par& units and protected areas face critical management challenges because of
changing land-cover types and variability of landscape conte%ts within and adAacent the
par&
boundaries$ ,n this study we developed and implemented a multi-scale protocol for ...
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9efining reef fish habitat utili8ation patterns in 1awaii/ comparisons between
marine protected areas and areas open to fishing
AM Briedlander, + Brown, M+ Monaco - MA(,=+ +202>?- @, !""# - int-res$com
ABST(AT/ 2ver the past C decades, 1awaii has developed a system of Marine 0ife
onservation 9istricts -M09s. to conserve and replenish marine resources$ These
M09s
vary in si8e, habitat quality, and management regimes, providing an e%cellent
opportunity ...
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[HTML] +cological corridors, connecting science and politics/ the case of the
>reen (iver in the =etherlands
1J Dan 9er 4indt, JAA Swart - Journal of Applied +cology, !"": - 4iley 2nline 0ibrary
Summary 5$ 9uring recent decades, the ecological corridor has become a popular concept
among ecologists, politicians and nature conservationists$ 1owever, it has been critici8ed
from a scientific point of view$ ,n this paper we question why this concept has been ...
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0andscape structure assessment with image grey values and obAect based
classification at three spatial resolutions
+ ,vits, B Eoch, T Blasch&e, M Jochum@ - ,nternational Aournal of @, !""3 - Taylor F
Brancis
The analysis of landscape pattern through remote sensing data is relatively widespread in
landscape ecology and landscape planning$ 1owever, the lac& of comparability of results
between different imageprocessing methods and across spatial resolutions limits the ...
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Spatial dynamics and value of a marine protected area and corridor for the blue
crab spawning stoc& in hesapea&e Bay
(= 0ipcius, 4T Stoc&hausen, (9 Seit8@ - Bulletin of Marine @, !""' -
ingentaconnect$com
Abstract/ ,n lower hesapea&e Bay, a 5#!,!'3 ha marine protected area and corridor
-M*A. was recently established to protect blue crab adult females either en route to or at
the spawning grounds during the reproductive period$ The M*A was Austified due to a ...
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[PDF] (esponse of wolves to corridor restoration and human use management
B Shepherd, J 4hittington - +cology and Society, !""< - ecologyandsociety$org
ABST(AT$ orridor restoration is increasingly being used to connect habitat in
mountainous areas where rugged topography and increasing human activity fragment
habitat$ 4olves -anis lupus. are a conservation priority because they avoid areas with ...
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Heterospecific facilitation of forest-boundary crossing by mobbing
understory birds in north-central Florida
KE Sieving, TA Contreras, KL Maute, TC Grubb Jr - The Auk, 2004 - BioOne
Abstract Perception of predation risk by animals living in habitat mosaics moderates
movement behaviors, potentially influencing the connectivity of landscapes. Perception of
risk varies with environmental factors, which opens the possibility of managing ...
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[HTML] Do linear landscape elements in farmland act as biological corridors
for pollen dispersal?
A Van Geert, F Van Rossum, L Triest - Journal of Ecology, 2010 - Wiley Online Library
Summary 1. Habitat fragmentation in agricultural landscapes has reduced the population
sizes of many plant species while increasing their spatial isolation. Restoration or
maintenance of the connectivity by gene flow between the fragmented patches may be ...
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Rodent diversity and land use in Montebello, Chiapas, Mexico
A Horvth, J March, JHD Wolf - Studies on Neotropical fauna and ., 2001 - Taylor &
Francis
We analyzed the abundance and diversity of Heteromyid and Murid rodents in the Lagos
de
Montebello National Park and adjacent areas, Chiapas, Mexico. We sampled three habitat
types with different degrees of disturbance: pine-oak-liquidambar forest, ecotone and
crop ...
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Human conversion of terrestrial habitats
P August, L verson, J Nugranad - Applying landscape ecology in ., 2002 - Springer
n this chapter, we describe how human activities change the abundance and qual- ity of
terrestrial
habitats and discuss the ecological implications of these changes for biota. We begin by
identifying
fundamental principles associated with human conversion of terrestrial habitats and how ...
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[PDF] The role of corridors in biodiversity conservation in production forest
landscapes: a literature review
MA MacDonald - TASFORESTS-HOBART-, 2003 - live.greeningaustralia.org.au
Abstract Habitat loss and fragmentation are major threats to biodiversity conservation.
One
way of mitigating the negative effects of fragmentation is to improve habitat connectivity.
Habitat corridors have been shown to be valuable for the conservation of various groups ...
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[BOOK] Sensitivity of soil decomposer communities to habitat
fragmentation: an experimental approach
ML Rantalainen - 2004 - jyx.jyu.fi
FM Minna-Liisa Rantalainen osoittaa vitskirjatyssn, ett metsmaapern
eliyhteist
sietvt suhteellisen hyvin elinympristns pirstaloitumista. Yhten harvoista aiheesta
tehdyist tutkimuksista ty luo mys pohjaa mallille siit, miten maapereliill saatuja ...
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[PDF] from umt.edu
Restoring a large carnivore corridor in Banff National Park
DL Duke, M Hebblewhite, PC Paquet. - Large mammal ., 2001 - books.google.com
Concern over wildlife population persistence and restoration in humandominated
landscapes has become a priority in conservation. Disturbances that fragment natural
habitats often result in small and isolated wildlife populations that are likely to go extinct.
( ...
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Fish use of stage-specific fluvial habitats as refuge patches during a flood
in a low-gradient llinois stream
JS Schwartz, EE Herricks - Canadian Journal of Fisheries ., 2005 - NRC Research Press
A stage-specific habitat classification scheme was developed emphasizing the ecological
importance of habitat space as flow refugia for fish. Habitat units were based on planform
and channel morphology and the resulting three-dimensional hydraulic patterns that
form ...
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Corridors cause differential seed predation
JL Orrock, E Damschen - Ecological Applications, 2005 - Eco Soc America
Corridors that connect disjunct populations are heavily debated in conservation, largely
because the effects of corridors have rarely been evaluated by replicated, large-scale
studies. Using large-scale experimental landscapes, we found that, in addition to ...
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Patterns of abundance and movement in relation to landscape structure:
a study of a common scarab (Canthon cyanellus cyanellus) in Southern
Mexico
L Arellano, JL Len-Corts, O Ovaskainen - Landscape Ecology, 2008 - Springer
Abstract Few relevant data are available to analyze how landscape features affect the
abundance
and movement patterns of tropical insects. We used mark- release-recapture techniques
to study
the effects of landscape structure and composition on habitat prefer- ences and ...
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Genetic structure of an insect-pollinated and bird-dispersed tropical tree
in vegetation fragments and corridors: implications for conservation
F de Almeida Vieira, D de Carvalho - Biodiversity and Conservation, 2008 - Springer
Abstract n the vegetation corridors that connect small remnants of undisturbed primary
forest
in the Lavras landscape (Brazil), Protium spruceanum is a representative of a mass-
flowering
insect-pollinated and bird-dispersed tree. Allozyme variation was quantified from five ...
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[PDF] s forest close to lakes ecologically unique? Analysis of vegetation,
small mammals, amphibians, and songbirds
SE Macdonald, B Eaton, CS Machtans. - Forest Ecology and ., 2006 - ualberta.ca
Abstract We compared vegetation structure, flora, and fauna in forest stands at varying
distances from small lakes in the boreal mixedwood zone of Alta., Canada, with that in the
surrounding upland landscape. We tested the hypothesis that lakeside riparian forest is ...
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[HTML] Functional responses in habitat selection by tropical birds moving
through fragmented forest
CS Gillies, CC St Clair - Journal of Applied Ecology, 2010 - Wiley Online Library
Summary 1. The ability of animals to move through a landscape is a fundamental
determinant of population persistence in fragmented habitats. This movement can be
affected by both the composition and configuration of the remaining habitat. To date,
few ...
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Mating success of the endemic Des Murs' Wiretail (Sylviorthorhynchus
desmursii, Furnariidae) in fragmented Chilean rainforests
A Diaz, JJ Armesto, MF Willson - Austral Ecology, 2006 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: We studied the effects of fragment size, vegetation structure and presence of
habitat corridors on the reproductive success of the Des Murs' Wiretail
(Sylviorthorhynchus
desmursii Des Murs, Furnariidae), a small (10 g) understorey bird, endemic to South ...
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How corridors reduce ndigo Bunting nest success
AJ Weldon - Conservation Biology, 2006 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: Corridors are a popular strategy to conserve biodiversity and promote gene flow
in
fragmented landscapes. Corridor effectiveness has been bolstered by the fact that no
empirical field studies have shown negative effects on populations or communities. ...
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Provision of ecosystem services by large scale corridors and ecological
networks
MJ Samways, CS Bazelet, JS Pryke - Biodiversity and Conservation, 2010 - Springer
Abstract Large scale landscape transformation and contingent habitat loss are among the
greatest
threats to ecological integrity and ecosystem health. One of the mitigation approaches
used to
deal with these pressures is to leave interconnected corridors and nodes as remnant ...
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Grass strip corridors in agricultural landscapes enhance nest-site
colonization by solitary wasps
A Holzschuh, Steffan-Dewenter. - Ecological ., 2009 - Eco Soc America
Corridors that connect otherwise isolated habitats have often been proposed as a
management strategy to mitigate negative effects of habitat fragmentation. Non-crop
corridors may have the potential to enhance the connectivity for arthropod predators in ...
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nfluence of management regimes of adjacent land uses on the woody
plant richness of hedgerows in Spanish cultural landscapes
MF Schmitz, A Snchez, De Aranzabal - Biological Conservation, 2007 - Elsevier
Hedgerows are an important component of the cultural landscape and may have an
invaluable role in maintaining biological diversity. Adjacent land use potentially has an
important influence on the species composition of hedgerows. n the Mediterranean ...
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[PDF] Distribution, relative abundance, and roadway underpass responses
of carnivores throughout the Puente-Chino Hills
CD Haas - 2000 - hillsforeveryone.org
ABSTRACT Track surveys were conducted across the Puente-Chino Hills wildlife corridor
to
determine associations between the distribution and relative abundance of mammals and
several landscape variables. Landscape variables were factored into a single variable ...
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Characterizing core and corridor use by Nubian ibex in the Negev desert,
srael
Y Shkedy, D Saltz - Conservation biology, 2000 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: Corridors have become a key element of conservation efforts. To identify and
characterize corridors used by Nubian ibex (Capra ibex nubiana), we analyzed sighting
data
recorded for the past 20 years in the srael Nature Reserves Authority data banks. We ...
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Metapopulation Structure andMarineReserves 19
RN Lipcius, LB Crowder. - . Conservation Biology: The ., 2005 - books.google.com
No-take marine reserves are an emerging and potentially powerful tool in the conservation
of marine biodiversity (Lubchenco et al. 2003). The field evidence is captivatingupon
establishment of a marine reserve, one often observes localized augmentation of both
the ...
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[BOOK] Remote sensing for ecology and conservation.
N Horning, J Robinson, E Sterling, W Turner, S Spector - 2010 - cabdirect.org
Abstract This book aims to make remote sensing tools accessible to conservation
biologists
so that they can assess what tools they need, have enough information to recognize uses
and abuses, and know when to try to use the tools themselves versus when to get
outside ...
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Riparian areas in the Canadian boreal forest and linkages with water
quality in streams
SH Luke, NJ Luckai, JM Burke. - Environmental ., 2007 - NRC Research Press
Riparian areas in the Canadian boreal forest represent the transition zone between
terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. We review factors that influence riparian vegetation
communities and the associated interactions with boreal streams. Regional and local ...
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Climate change and biodiversity conservation in Great Plains
agroecosystems
Q Guo - Global Environmental Change, 2000 - Elsevier
Global change and habitat fragmentation are critical issues in our society. While
considerable progress has been made in these issues worldwide, the unique features of
the
agroecosystems in the Great Plains have not been given enough attention. n this
region, ...
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[CITATION] ntroduccin a la biologa de la conservacin
RB Primack, J Ros - 2002 - dialnet.unirioja.es
nformacin del libro ntroduccin a la biologa de la conservacin.
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Soil decomposer community as a model system in studying the effects of
habitat fragmentation and habitat corridors
ML Rantalainen, J Haimi, H Fritze, T Pennanen. - Soil Biology and ., 2008 - Elsevier
Due to the practical difficulties of experimental study of habitat fragmentation and habitat
corridors at the landscape scale, the use of smaller-scale model systems has been
offered
as a feasible alternative to uncover the ecological phenomena taking place in
fragmented ...
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Environmental analysis in the selection of alternative corridors in a long-
distance linear project: a methodological proposal
AJ Rescia, EN Astrada, J Bono, CA Blasco. - Journal of environmental ., 2006 -
Elsevier
A linear engineering projectie a pipelinehas a potential long-and short-term impact on
the environment and on the inhabitants therein. We must find better, less expensive, and
less time-consuming ways to obtain information on the environment and on any ...
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Microhabitat features influence the movements of red squirrels
(Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) on unfamiliar ground
VJ Bakker - Journal of Mammalogy, 2006 - asmjournals.org
Abstract Little is known about the behavior of mammals moving on unfamiliar ground, yet
this information could be critical to assessing and enhancing landscape connectivity.
investigated the movements of adult red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) on ...
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nvestigating habitat value to inform contaminant remediation options:
Approach
RA Efroymson, MJ Peterson, CJ Welsh. - Journal of environmental ., 2008 - Elsevier
Habitat valuation methods are most often developed and used to prioritize candidate
lands
for conservation. n this study the intent of habitat valuation was to inform the decision-
making process for remediation of chemical contaminants on specific lands or surface ...
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Patch shape, connectivity, and foraging by oldfield mice (Peromyscus
polionotus)
JL Orrock, BJ Danielson - Journal of Mammalogy, 2005 - asmjournals.org
Abstract We examined how corridors and patch shape affect foraging by the oldfield
mouse
(Peromyscus polionotus) by deploying foraging trays and live traps in experimental
landscapes with 3 different patch types: patches connected with a corridor, unconnected ...
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[PDF] A highway intersection as an alternative habitat for a meadow
butterfly: effect of mowing, habitat geometry and roads on the ringlet
(Aphantopus hyperantus)
A Valtonen, K Saarinen - Annales Zoologici Fennici, 2005 - sekj.org
The decline of semi-natural grasslands throughout Europe has given rise to the idea that
road verges under mowing management could serve as alternative habitats for several
meadow species. We studied the distribution and movements of the ringlet butterfly ( ...
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[PDF] Relationships of songbird occupation with habitat configuration and
bird abundance in patchy reed beds
M Paracuellos - ARDEA-WAGENNGEN-, 2006 - almediam.org
Correlations of richness and distribution of passerines were studied in a complex of 40
vegetation patches dominated by Common Reed Phragmites australis (0.0528.66 ha) in
south-eastern Spain. Fourteen morphological, hydrological and vegetative parameters
of ...
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Virtual corridors for conservation management
G Pe'Er, D Saltz, K Frank - Conservation biology, 2005 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: Corridors are usually perceived as clearly visible, linear landscape elements
embedded in a hostile environment that connect two or more larger blocks of habitat.
Animal
response to certain aspects of landscape heterogeneity, however, can channel their ...
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Landscape elements as potential barriers and corridors for bees, wasps
and parasitoids
KM Krewenka, A Holzschuh, T Tscharntke. - Biological ., 2011 - Elsevier
Abstract Habitat loss and fragmentation in agricultural landscapes lead to severe declines
of
abundance and richness of many insect species in the remaining isolated semi-natural
habitats. We analysed possible barrier effects of large hedges and corridor effects of ...
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nfluence of landscape elements on population densities and habitat use
of three small-mammal species
KE Mabry, EA Dreelin, GW Barrett - Journal of Mammalogy, 2003 - asmjournals.org
Abstract Corridor effects on population densities and habitat use of 3 small-mammal
species
were assessed during 1998-2000 in an experimentally fragmented landscape. Corridor
presence did not have a statistically significant effect on population densities of cotton
rats ...
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Spatial scale effects on conservation network design: trade-offs and
omissions in regional versus local scale planning
PR Huber, SE Greco, JH Thorne - Landscape ecology, 2010 - Springer
Abstract Ecological patterns and processes operate at a variety of spatial scales. Those
which
are regional in nature may not be effectively captured through the combination of
conservation
plans derived at the local level, where land use planning frequently takes place. ...
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[BOOK] Plantation design and biodiversity conservation
D Lindenmayer, NH Trust - 2002 - Citeseer
Executive Summary Plantations are making an increasing contribution to wood and pulp
production in Australia and the plantation estate is set to expand rapidly in many parts of
this
country. The conservation of biodiversity is increasingly recognised as a key part of the ...
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Simulating the impact of human land use change on forest composition in
the Great Plains agroecosystems with the< i> Seedscape</i> model
WE Easterling, JR Brandle, CJ Hays, Q Guo. - Ecological ., 2001 - Elsevier
The expansion and contraction of marginal cropland in the Great Plains often involves
small
forested strips of land that provide important ecological benefits. The effect of human
disturbance on these forests is not well known. Because of their unique structure such ...
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Networks for Conserving nsect and other Biodiversity
MJ SAMWAYS - nsect Conservation Biology: Proceedings of the ., 2007 -
books.google.com
Conservation activities depend first on clearly defining the goals. Whatever those goals
are,
some form of habitat conservation is likely to be included, as habitat loss is the greatest of
all
threats to insects (Mawdsley and Stork, 1995). n turn, protecting and restoring habitats ...
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Assessing the potential for urban trees to facilitate forest tree migration in
the eastern United States
CW Woodall, DJ Nowak, GC Liknes. - Forest Ecology and ., 2010 - Elsevier
Latitudinal shifts in tree species distributions are a potential impact of climate change on
forest ecosystems. t has been hypothesized that some tree species may become
extirpated
as climate change effects may exceed their migration ability. The goal of this study was
to ...
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Design and management of linkage areas across headwater drainages to
conserve biodiversity in forest ecosystems
DH Olson, KM Burnett - Forest ecology and management, 2009 - Elsevier
Biota in managed forest landscapes may be at risk from habitat fragmentation that
prevents
dispersal among subpopulations. Management provisions to provide connectivity are
often
considered independently for aquatic and terrestrial species. Of increasing concern is
that ...
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[BOOK] Fish movement ecology in high gradient headwater streams: its
relevance to fish passage restoration through stream culvert barriers
RL Hoffman, J Dunham - 2007 - fresc.usgs.gov
Executive Summary Restoration of fish passage through culvert barriers has emerged as
a
major issue in the Pacific Northwest and nationwide. The problem has many dimensions,
including the huge number of potential barriers, uncertainty about which structures are ...
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Farmland bird responses to intersecting replanted areas
DB Lindenmayer, R Cunningham, M Crane. - Landscape ., 2007 - Springer
Abstract Despite increasing revegetation of cleared landscapes around the world, there is
limited
research on the implications of different types of plantings for birdlife. We examined the
''intersection
effect'', whereby species richness is higher at the intersection of ''corridors'' or
vegetation ...
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Are corridors, fragment size and forest structure important for the
conservation of leaf-litter lizards in a fragmented landscape?
M Dixo, JP Metzger - Oryx, 2009 - Cambridge Univ Press
Abstract To investigate the implications of forest fragmentation for conservation of leaf-
litter
lizards the importance of fragment size, corridors and forest structure was examined in 20
forest fragments and six localities within a continuous forest in the Atlantic Plateau of
So ...
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Effects of edge habitat and nest characteristics on depredation of artificial
nests in fragmented Australian tropical rainforest
F Hausmann, CP Catterall, SD Piper - Biodiversity & Conservation, 2005 - Springer
Abstract. Variation in nest predation levels associated with rainforest fragmentation (edge
effects) was assessed in Australia's Wet Tropics bioregion. Artificial nests were placed in
the
forest un- derstorey at seven edge sites where continuous forest adjoined pasture,
seven ...
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High connectivity and minimal genetic structure among North American
boreal owl (Aegolius funereus) populations, regardless of habitat matrix
ME Koopman, GD Hayward, DB McDonald, K Winker - The Auk, 2007 - BioOne
Abstract Habitat connectivity and corridors are often assumed to be critical for the
persistence of patchily distributed populations, but empirical evidence for this assumption
is
scarce. We assessed the importance of connectivity among habitat patches for
dispersal ...
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Habitat quality matters for the distribution of an endangered leaf beetle
and its egg parasitoid in a fragmented landscape
A Heisswolf, S Reichmann, HJ Poethke. - Journal of nsect ., 2009 - Springer
Abstract Fragmentation, deterioration, and loss of habitat patches threaten the survival of
many
insect species. Depending on their trophic level, species may be differently affected by
these
factors. However, studies investigating more than one trophic level on a landscape
scale ...
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Corridors, connectivity, and biological conservation
FKA Schmiegelow - . for conservation: Moving from perspectives to ., 2007 -
books.google.com
Abstract Substantial investments in corridor research over the past two decades have
yielded an impressive body of theoretical and empirical work, but generalizations remain
elusive. n some instances, there is compelling evidence to suggest that corridors are ...
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Grassy field margins as potential corridors for butterflies in agricultural
landscapes: a simulation study
T Delattre, JB Pichancourt, F Burel, P Kindlmann - Ecological Modelling, 2010 - Elsevier
Over the last decades, agricultural intensification has caused a dramatic reduction of
grassy
habitats. This habitat loss has had a strong negative effect on many meadow-living insect
populations, including butterflies. As a part of the cross-compliance measures of the ...
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Green corridors in urban landscapes affect the arthropod communities of
domestic gardens
A Vergnes, L Viol, P Clergeau - Biological Conservation, 2012 - Elsevier
Ecological corridors are landscape elements that prevent the negative effects of
fragmentation. However, their effectiveness has never been clearly validated in urban
landscapes. We analysed the role of green corridors in an urban context by comparing ...
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Movement responses of stream fishes to introduced corridors of complex
cover
JH Roberts, PL Angermeier - Transactions of the American ., 2007 - Taylor & Francis
Abstract Although the efficacy and design of terrestrial movement corridors have received
considerable attention, the potential role of corridors in connecting stream habitats has
not.
We studied the movements of three benthic species of fish, fantail darters Etheostoma ...
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Assessing effects of land use on landscape connectivity: loss and
fragmentation of western US forests
DM Theobald, KR Crooks, JB Norman - Ecological Applications, 2011 - Eco Soc America
Effects of land-use change on the conservation of biodiversity have become a concern to
conservation scientists and land managers, who have identified loss and fragmentation of
natural areas as a high-priority issue. Despite urgent calls to inform national, regional,
and ...
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[PDF] Linkages in practice: A review of their conservation practice
G Bennett - UCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, 28 pp, 2004 - data.iucn.org
The designation of geographical entities in this book, and the presentation of the material,
do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UCN concerning the
legal status of any country, territory, or area, or of its authorities, or concerning the ...
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Habitat disturbance at explosives-contaminated ranges
RA Efroymson, V Morrill, VH Dale. - Ecotoxicology of ., 2009 - books.google.com
The sustainability of wildlife populations at explosives-contaminated ranges depends on
the
presence of adequate habitat as well as the absence of bioavailable concentrations of
energetic chemicals in soil that would adversely affect these populations. The extent
and ...
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Landscape structure influences pollinator movements and directly affects
plant reproductive success
L Cranmer, D McCollin, J Ollerton - Oikos, 2012 - Wiley Online Library
Pollinators play a key role within most terrestrial communities in maintaining plant
populations, as well as pollinating many agricultural crops for seed and fruit production.
The
mobility of pollinating animals is significant to their importance but we know little about ...
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The provision of canopy bridges to reduce the effects of linear barriers on
arboreal mammals in the Wet Tropics of northeastern Queensland
NG Weston - 2003 - eprints.jcu.edu.au
n 1995, Queensland Environmental Protection Agency personnel designed and built an
inexpensive aerial connection (canopy bridge) across a rainforest road near Cairns in
northeast Queensland. This was done in response to studies showing that habitat ...
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[CITATION] Factors influencing the bird community of urban wooded streets
along an annual cycle
E Murgui - Ornis Fennica, 2007 - FNNSH OMTHOLOGCAL SOC
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[CITATION] Conservation thresholds for land use planners
C Kennedy, JB Wilkison, J Balch - 2003 - Environmental Law nstitute
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Environmental indicators of biofuel sustainability: what about context?
RA Efroymson, VH Dale, KL Kline, AC McBride. - Environmental ., 2013 - Springer
ndicators of the environmental sustainability of biofuel production, distribution, and use
should
be selected, measured, and interpreted with respect to the context in which they are used.
The
context of a sustainability assessment includes the purpose, the particular biofuel ...
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The importance of gallery forests in the tropical lowlands of Costa Rica for
understorey forest birds
BS Seaman, CH Schulze - Biological Conservation, 2010 - Elsevier
Rivers and streams lined by narrow forest strips are common in the lowland countryside of
south-western Costa Rica. We studied the importance of these gallery forests for
understorey birds, especially forest species. Using mist-nets, we captured 1110 birds ...
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Cemeteries as repositories of natural and cultural diversity
GW Barrett, TL Barrett - Conservation Biology, 2001 - Wiley Online Library
t is not generally recognized that a significant fraction of the diversity of plants and small
animals of the earth resides in human-influenced landscapes, frequently referred to as
cultural landscapes, that represent a fundamental storehouse of the natural and cultural ...
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[PDF] Principles of Wildlife Corridor Design
M Bond - Center for Biological Diversity, 2003 - sw-center.org
Summary Wildlife corridors have been proposed as a means to moderate some of the
adverse ecological effects of habitat fragmentation. This document discusses principles of
evaluating and designing wildlife corridors to facilitate use by target species.
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Use of forest corridors by boreal Xestia moths
G Vrkonyi, M Kuussaari, H Lappalainen - Oecologia, 2003 - Springer
Abstract We studied movements of the noctuid moths Xestia speciosa and X. fennica in a
fragmented
forest landscape including old-growth spruce forest corridors in eastern Finland. We
individually
marked and released 1,796 adults of the habitat generalist X. speciosa and 683 ...
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[PDF] from psu.edu
[PDF] Natural heritage systems in urbanizing settings: sustainable
practices for the Oak Ridges Moraine
M Diamond, J Dougan, N Helferty, E Hodge. - Report prepared for ., 2002 - Citeseer
This report draws from the experience of a team of experts (biologists, toxicologists and
environmental planners) in considering the implications of "Smart Growth, as they are
being
applied to development and protection of natural heritage on the Oak Ridges Moraine.
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[BOOK] On the Permeability of Roads for Wildlife: A Handbook
V Hlavc, P Andl - 2002 - evernia.cz
Busy overland roads, especially highways, create barriers for migration of wild animals,
causing fragmentation of their habitat and, ultimately, of populations. solated populations
are unstable and an increasing density of highway networks is becoming the chief risk ...
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[PDF] Assessing the viability of lowland tapir populations in a fragmented
landscape
EP Medici - 2010 - tapirconservation.org.br
Abstract This thesis aimed to assess the ecological factors that determine the long-term
persistence and viability of animal populations across severely fragmented landscapes.
The
lowland tapir, Tapirus terrestris, and the fragmented Atlantic Forests of the nterior of the ...
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[BOOK] Spacing Behaviour of the Siberian Flying Squirrel: Effects of
Landscape Structure
V Selonen - 2002 - ethesis.helsinki.fi
Ecologists' interest toward spatial aspects increased after the introduction of the theory of
island biogeography (MacArthur & Wilson 1963, 1967, MacArthur 1972). The theory
aimed
to explain how distance and area together regulate the balance between immigration
and ...
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Effects of vegetation type and adjacent agricultural matrix on fencerow
use by small mammals: a nonmanipulative experiment
J Wegner, K Henein, L Fahrig - Landscape ecology of small mammals, 1999 - Springer
The increasing scale of agricultural activity over the past several decades has resulted in
the
destruction of thousands of kilometres of semi-natural strips of wooded vegetation, termed
fen
cero ws. bordering crop fields. This loss is of concern because fencerows provide
habitat ...
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The use of metapopulation and optimal foraging theories to predict
movement and foraging decisions of mobile animals in heterogeneous
landscapes
P Skrka, M Lenda, R Martyka, S Tworek - Landscape ecology, 2009 - Springer
Abstract Metapopulation and optimal foraging theories predict the presence of animals and
their
duration, respectively, in foraging patches. This paper examines use of these two theories
to
describe the movements and patterns of foraging in patches used by Caspian gulls ...
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Cemeteries as repositories of natural and cultural diversity
GW Barrett, TL Barrett - Conservation Biology, 2001 - Wiley Online Library
t is not generally recognized that a significant fraction of the diversity of plants and small
animals of the earth resides in human-influenced landscapes, frequently referred to as
cultural landscapes, that represent a fundamental storehouse of the natural and cultural ...
Cited by 9 Related articles All 3 versions Cite Save
[PDF] from sw-center.org
[PDF] Principles of Wildlife Corridor Design
M Bond - Center for Biological Diversity, 2003 - sw-center.org
Summary Wildlife corridors have been proposed as a means to moderate some of the
adverse ecological effects of habitat fragmentation. This document discusses principles of
evaluating and designing wildlife corridors to facilitate use by target species.
Cited by 8 Related articles All 48 versions Cite Save
More
Use of forest corridors by boreal Xestia moths
G Vrkonyi, M Kuussaari, H Lappalainen - Oecologia, 2003 - Springer
Abstract We studied movements of the noctuid moths Xestia speciosa and X. fennica in a
fragmented
forest landscape including old-growth spruce forest corridors in eastern Finland. We
individually
marked and released 1,796 adults of the habitat generalist X. speciosa and 683 ...
Cited by 7 Related articles All 7 versions Cite Save
[PDF] from psu.edu
[PDF] Natural heritage systems in urbanizing settings: sustainable
practices for the Oak Ridges Moraine
M Diamond, J Dougan, N Helferty, E Hodge. - Report prepared for ., 2002 - Citeseer
This report draws from the experience of a team of experts (biologists, toxicologists and
environmental planners) in considering the implications of "Smart Growth, as they are
being
applied to development and protection of natural heritage on the Oak Ridges Moraine.
Cited by 7 Related articles All 4 versions Cite Save
More
[PDF] from evernia.cz
[BOOK] On the Permeability of Roads for Wildlife: A Handbook
V Hlavc, P Andl - 2002 - evernia.cz
Busy overland roads, especially highways, create barriers for migration of wild animals,
causing fragmentation of their habitat and, ultimately, of populations. solated populations
are unstable and an increasing density of highway networks is becoming the chief risk ...
Cited by 7 Related articles All 2 versions Cite Save
More
[PDF] from tapirconservation.org.br
[PDF] Assessing the viability of lowland tapir populations in a fragmented
landscape
EP Medici - 2010 - tapirconservation.org.br
Abstract This thesis aimed to assess the ecological factors that determine the long-term
persistence and viability of animal populations across severely fragmented landscapes.
The
lowland tapir, Tapirus terrestris, and the fragmented Atlantic Forests of the nterior of the ...
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[PDF] from helsinki.fi
[BOOK] Spacing Behaviour of the Siberian Flying Squirrel: Effects of
Landscape Structure
V Selonen - 2002 - ethesis.helsinki.fi
Ecologists' interest toward spatial aspects increased after the introduction of the theory of
island biogeography (MacArthur & Wilson 1963, 1967, MacArthur 1972). The theory
aimed
to explain how distance and area together regulate the balance between immigration
and ...
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More
[PDF] from 134.117.48.8
Effects of vegetation type and adjacent agricultural matrix on fencerow
use by small mammals: a nonmanipulative experiment
J Wegner, K Henein, L Fahrig - Landscape ecology of small mammals, 1999 - Springer
The increasing scale of agricultural activity over the past several decades has resulted in
the
destruction of thousands of kilometres of semi-natural strips of wooded vegetation, termed
fen
cero ws. bordering crop fields. This loss is of concern because fencerows provide
habitat ...
Cited by 6 Related articles All 4 versions Cite Save
[PDF] from republika.pl
The use of metapopulation and optimal foraging theories to predict
movement and foraging decisions of mobile animals in heterogeneous
landscapes
P Skrka, M Lenda, R Martyka, S Tworek - Landscape ecology, 2009 - Springer
Abstract Metapopulation and optimal foraging theories predict the presence of animals and
their
duration, respectively, in foraging patches. This paper examines use of these two theories
to
describe the movements and patterns of foraging in patches used by Caspian gulls ...
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Manipulating plant biodiversity to enhance biological control of insect
pests: a case study of a northern California organic vineyard
C Nicholls, MA Altieri - . Sustainability: Developing Practical ., 2001 -
books.google.com
The expansion of monoculture in California has resulted in the simplification of the
landscape. One effect of this simplification is a decrease in the abundance and activity of
the
natural enemies of agricultural pests due to the disappearance of habitats providing
them ...
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[PDF] from unl.edu
Simulating the dynamics of linear forests in Great Plains agroecosystems
under changing climates
Q Guo, J Brandle, M Schoeneberger. - Canadian Journal of ., 2004 - NRC Research
Press
Most forest growth models are not suitable for the highly fragmented, linear (or linearly
shaped) forests in the Great Plains agroecosystems (eg, windbreaks, riparian forest
buffers),
where such forests are a minor but ecologically important component of the land
mosaics. ...
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[PDF] Assessing tree cover in agricultural landscapes using high-resolution
aerial imagery
GC Liknes, CH Perry. - Journal of Terrestrial ., 2010 - docs.lib.purdue.edu
ABSTRACT Trees used in agroforestry practices, such as windbreaks, provide a variety
of
ecosystem benefits and are recognized globally as an important land use. However,
efforts
to inventory and monitor agroforestry land use have been sporadic, short-lived, or
focused ...
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Multiscale analysis reveals restricted gene flow and a linear gradient in
heterozygosity for an island population of feral horses
ZL Lucas, PD McLoughlin. - Canadian Journal of ., 2009 - NRC Research Press
We studied the genetic (microsatellite) diversity of a feral population of horses (Equus
caballus L., 1758) on Sable sland, Nova Scotia, Canada (1983-2003), at two spatial
scales:(1) for the island as a whole and (2) at the level of four equally sized subdivisions ...
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Fine-scale movement decisions of tropical forest birds in a fragmented
landscape
CS Gillies, HL Beyer, CC St. Clair - Ecological Applications, 2011 - Eco Soc America
The persistence of forest-dependent species in fragmented landscapes is fundamentally
linked to the movement of individuals among subpopulations. The paths taken by
dispersing
individuals can be considered a series of steps built from individual route choices.
Despite ...
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[PDF] Conservation genetics of the Florida black bear
JD Dixon - 2004 - myfwc.com
Fragmentation and loss of habitat is one of the most serious problems facing the
conservation of biodiversity worldwide (Harris 1984; Meffe & Carroll 1997). Habitat
fragmentation can increase mortality rates (Jules 1998), reduce abundance (Flather & ...
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Monitoring movement into and through a newly planted rainforest corridor
using genetic analysis of natal origin
D Paetkau, E Vzquez Domnguez . - Ecological ., 2009 - Wiley Online Library
Summary Genetic analysis of individual origins works best with populations that are
genetically distinct but which exchange a high rate of immigrants, conditions that don't
normally coexist since immigration acts to prevent the accumulation of genetic
differences. ...
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The value of woody hedgerows for moth diversity on organic and
conventional farms
C Boutin, A Baril, SK McCabe, PA Martin. - Environmental ., 2011 - BioOne
ABSTRACT Habitat destruction and degradation are important drivers of biodiversity loss
within agro-ecosystems. However, little is known about the effect of farming practices and
the value of woody hedgerows on Lepidoptera in North America. The purpose of this
work ...
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The influence of Wisconsinan glaciation and contemporary stream
hydrology on microsatellite DNA variation in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus
mykiss)
M Hansen, P Tamkee, E Parkinson. - Canadian Journal of ., 2010 - NRC Research
Press
Microsatellite DNA variation was examined in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
populations from throughout British Columbia, Canada, to address the roles of historical
isolation, postglacial dispersal, and contemporary geomorphology in structuring genetic ...
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L'urgence d'une confirmation par la science du rle cologique du corridor
forestier de fianarantsoa
S Carrire-Buchsenschutz - Etudes rurales, 2006 - cairn.info
MADAGASCAR, comme dans de nombreux pays en dveloppement dots d'un riche
patrimoine biologique, ngliger les ralits paysannes, les savoirs et les modes de vie
locaux conduit inluctablement l'chec des actions de conservation. Ne pas prendre
en ...
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GPS/ARGOS satellites and GS programme: implication to conservation
in southern Tanzania
D Mpanduji, K Ngomello - Proceedings of the Sixth ., 2007 - selous-niassa-corridor.org
Abstract Satellite tracking of elephants was carried out in order to determine their home
ranges and movements in southern Tanzania in view of incorporating such information in
a
wider conservation programme, which is carried out in the Selous-Niassa Corridor
(SNWC ...
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Puente/Chino Hills
C Haas, K Crooks - Prepared for The Mountains Recreation and ., 1999
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Restoring a rainforest habitat linkage in north Queensland: Donaghy's
Corridor
NJ Tucker, T Simmons - Ecological Management & Restoration, 2009 - Wiley Online
Library
Summary Donaghy's Corridor is a 1.2 km 100 m planting of rain forest species on the
Atherton Tableland, Queensland, designed to link an isolated fragment (498 ha) to
adjacent
continuous forest (80 000 ha). Vegetation and fauna monitoring commenced
immediately ...
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Are wayfaring tree Viburnum lantana fruits adapted for consumption by
seed-disperser mammals
A Hernndez - Mammalia, 2001 - degruyter.com
RESULTS The analysis of the 37 samples thus collected (15 on the first day, 22 on the
second; 5 of red foxes, 32 of mustelids) yielded the following results: 81.1%(1 of red fox
and
29 of mustelids) contained wayfaring tree seeds, 45.9% insects, 24.3% small mammals, ...
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Conservation corridors affect the fixation of novel alleles
JL Orrock - Conservation Genetics, 2005 - Springer
Corridors are a popular tool for conservation of small populations. However, two purported
benefits
of corridors, increasing gene flow and providing a means for the recolonization of extinct
patches
of habitat (population rescue), may have unappreciated impacts on the likelihood that a ...
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[BOOK] dentifying habitat suitability and potential linkages for swamp rabbit
conservation in southern llinois
L Rubert - 2007 - books.google.com
The distribution and abundance of swamp rabbits in southern llinois have decreased due
to
loss and fragmentation of bottomland hardwood forests. Remaining suitable habitat is
fragmented and most populations are isolated because of limited dispersal across open ...
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Matrix-dependent corridor effectiveness and the abundance of forest
birds in fragmented landscapes
PM Vergara - Landscape ecology, 2011 - Springer
Abstract Corridor function for wildlife movement constitutes an important and desirable
ecological
characteristic of linear landscape structures. Changes in the matrix conditions, however,
may
result in substantial changes in the mechanisms responsible for the use of corridors by ...
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Movements of birds among natural vegetation patches in the Pantanal,
Brazil
RDS Yabe, EJ Marques. - Bird Conservation ., 2010 - Cambridge Univ Press
Summary The ability of birds to move through the landscape is a key parameter for
ecological and conservation studies. We studied bird movements among natural
vegetation
patches surrounded by native grassland and tested the effect of inter-patch distance on ...
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A new system for understanding the biodiversity in different nature
reserves: capacity, connectivity and quality of biodiversity
Z Li, J Chen, Y Ruan, Y Chang, W Ye, L Chen. - Frontiers of Biology in ., 2009 -
Springer
1 College of Life Sciences, Xiamen University, Xiamen 361005, China 2 Fudan nstitute of
Biodiversity
Science, Fudan University, Shanghai 200433, China 3 Center of Protection and
Administration
for Wild Animals and Plants of Fujian, Fuzhou 350003, China 4 Department of Botany,
the ...
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Effect of landscape and population variables on immune response in
experimentally introduced bush-cricket populations
Berggren - Landscape ecology, 2009 - Springer
Abstract Despite the growing interest in relation- ships between ecological variables and
individual
immune function, few empirical data have been available from wild populations. n this
study, assayed the immune response from 370 wild-caught bush-crickets, Metrioptera ...
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Edge effects, not connectivity, determine the incidence and development
of a foliar fungal plant disease
BL Johnson, NM Haddad - Ecology, 2011 - Eco Soc America
Using a model plant-pathogen system in a large-scale habitat corridor experiment, we
found
that corridors do not facilitate the movement of wind-dispersed plant pathogens, that
connectivity of patches does not enhance levels of foliar fungal plant disease, and that ...
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[HTML] Contrles naturels et anthropiques de la structure et de la
dynamique des forts riveraines des cours d'eau du bassin rhodanien
(Ain, Arve, Drme et Rhne)
S Dufour - 2005 - tel.archives-ouvertes.fr
Expression personnelle d'interactions nombreuses, un manuscrit de thse est
classiquement prcd de remerciements adresss aux personnes qui ont particip sa
ralisation. Je ne drogerais donc pas la rgle. Cependant, au-del du simple usage,
il ...
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Relational Theory and Ecological Niche Modelling
J Kineman - Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the SSS- ., 2009 -
journals.isss.org
Abstract Relational theory is an extension of Robert Rosen's relational complexity. ts
development implies a fundamental, four-quadrant 'holon'structure in nature based on
nested modeling relations and their structure-function epistemology. Holons comprise
and ...
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[PDF] Setting regional ecological goals for roadside management
J Schutt - 2001 - escholarship.org
Additional nfo: Schutt J. 2001. Setting regional ecological goals for roadside
management.
N: Proceedings of the 2001 nternational Conference on Ecology and Transportation,
Eds.
rwin CL, Garrett P, McDermott KP. Center for Transportation and the Environment,
North ...
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Landscape ecology of the golden mouse
JO Wolff, GW Barrett - The Golden Mouse, 2008 - Springer
Landscape ecology focuses on the development and dynamics of spatial hetero- geneity,
the
influence of spatial heterogeneity on biotic and abiotic processes among ecosystems, and
the
management of spatial heterogeneity at the landscape scale. Landscapes are
composed ...
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Conserving forest ecosystems: guidelines for size, condition and
landscape requirements
MG Anderson - Saving Biological Diversity, 2008 - Springer
Abstract A forest ecosystem consists of thousands of species. Conserving forest
biodiversity depends
on protecting complete ecosystems that contain the full com- plement of their associated
flora
and fauna. Here present an explicit framework and a set of guidelines for selecting and ...
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Physical barriers and corridors in urban habitats affect colonisation and
parasitism rates of a specialist leaf miner
G Peralta, MS FENOGLO, A Salvo - Ecological Entomology, 2011 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract. 1. Urban environments are fragmented habitats characterised by the presence
of
physical barriers, which may negatively affect dispersal and colonisation by insect
herbivores and their natural enemies. Conversely, plants growing along pavements may ...
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Monitoring local populations and breeding migration patterns of the gold-
spotted pond frog, Rana chosenica
HC Sung, SW Cheong, SR Park - Journal of Ecology and field ., 2007 - papersearch.net
We monitored gold-spotted pond frog (Rana chosenica) populations near the Korea
National University of Education in Chungbuk, Korea, from 19 May to 8 August, 2006 to
examine the spatial distribution of populations in local areas and to investigate patterns
of ...
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[CITATION] Ecological connectivity framework in the state of Selangor,
Peninsular Malaysia: A potential conservation strategy in the rapid
changing tropics
MH Reza, SA Abdullah - Journal of Ecology and the Natural Environment, 2010
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recent decline of woylies (Bettongia penicillata) in Australia
C Pacioni - 2010 - researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au
The woylie or brushtailed bettong (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) has recently undergone a
dramatic decline (approximately 80% between 2001 and 2006). The Woylie Conservation
and Research Project (WCRP) was established to investigate possible causes of this ...
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Movements and habitat use of eastern foxsnakes (Pantherophis gloydi) in
two areas varying in size and fragmentation
JR Row, G Blouin-Demers, SC Lougheed - Journal of Herpetology, 2012 - BioOne
Abstract Determining how animals respond to habitat loss and fragmentation requires
detailed studies of habitat use and behavior in regions that vary in their degree of
fragmentation. As predators, snakes are an important component of ecosystems, yet
little ...
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Effects of bird seed dispersal on diversity of the invaded plants in several
hedge types
X Li, X Yin, B Xia, W Li, Y Li - Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2006 - Elsevier
ABSTRACT: The plants that invaded as weeds including woody weeds were surveyed in
three hedge types, Euonymus japonicus (HEa), Viburnum awabuki (HV), and Deutzia
scabra (HD), respectively, and two hedge types, Buxus microphylla var. sinica (HBa,
HBb) ...
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LANDSCAPE SPATAL PATTERNS AND FOREST FRAGMENTATON
N MANAGED FORESTS PN SOUTHEAST BRTSH COLUMBA:
PERCEPTONS, .
RG D'EON - 2002 - circle.ubc.ca
Forest spatial patterns are a central topic in contemporary landscape ecology, largely
because of concerns about forest fragmentation. Forest fragmentation is thought to be a
major threat to biodiversity because remnant forest patches, left from human
disturbances ...
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[CITATION] Making a list: prevention strategies for invasive plants in the
Great Lakes states
Environmental Law nstitute - 2004 - Environmental Law nstitute
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The effects of flooding upon the Snake Fauna of an isolated refuge
OJ Sexton, WJ Drda, KG Sexton, JE Bramble - Natural Areas Journal, 2007 - BioOne
Abstract The initial purpose of this study was to ascertain the species abundance of
snakes
inhabiting a 371 ha reconstructed marsh, the Marais Temps Clair Conservation Area in St.
Charles County, Missouri. This flood-prone refuge is surrounded by agricultural lands
and ...
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Effect of the shape of forest fragments on tree population dynamics
T Masaki - Plant Ecology, 2004 - Springer
Takashi Masaki Tohoku Research Center, Forestry and Forest Products Research
nstitute,
Morioka, 020-0123, wate, Japan (e-mail: masaki@ffpri.affrc.go.jp; phone: +81-19-648-
3941;
fax: +81-19-641-6747) ... Received 23 September 2002; accepted in revised form 6 ...
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Ecologa del Paisaje. Un marco para el estudio integrado de la dinmica
territorial y su incidencia en la vida silvestre
M Gurrutxaga San Vicente. - Estudios ., 2008 - estudiosgeograficos.revistas.csic.es
Resumen Se realiza una revisin sobre las bases conceptuales y los objetivos de la
Ecologa del Paisaje, disciplina cientfica que presenta un importante componente
geogrfico. Como punto de partida asume que la heterogeneidad espacio-temporal del ...
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Vegetation classification and the efficacy of plant dominance-based
classifications in predicting the occurrence of plant and animal species
JH Yantis - 2005 - repository.tamu.edu
Abstract: One strategy for conserving biodiversity is to select large-area preserves that
complement each other so the maximum number of species is conserved. Estimates of
biodiversity and complementarity are needed for optimum selection of preserves. ...
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[PDF] Spatial and Behavioral Determinants of Butterfly Movement Patterns
in Topographically Complex Landscapes
GUY PE'ER - 2003 - ufz.eu
1.1 DSPERSAL, CONNECTVTY, AND METAPOPULATONS Human-induced loss and
the
fragmentation of habitats impose a great threat to biodiversity worldwide (Meffe & Carrol
1997; Hunter 2001). As animal populations become restricted to small and fragmented ...
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Mosaic landscapes of SE Poland: should we preserve them?
B Baran-Zglobicka, W Zglobicki - Agroforestry systems, 2012 - Springer
Agricultural areas of SE Poland are characterised by small, family-owned agricultural
holdings. Poland's accession to the EU has resulted in an increased availability of funds
needed
to change traditional agriculture practices. A question thus arises: should we preserve
the ...
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[PDF] Bees and wasps in agricultural landscapes: effects of dispersal
corridors and land-use intensity at multiple spatial scales
AAV Holzschuh - Georg-August Universitt, Gttingen, 2006 - ediss.uni-goettingen.de
Traditionally, agricultural landscapes developed over centuries as a patchwork of
nonintensively farmed crop and noncrop land. During the last decades, agrochemical
applications have greatly increased and a higher proportion of the available land has ...
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Effective dispersal rate is a function of habitat size and corridor shape:
mechanistic formulation of a two patch compartment model for spatially
continuous systems
JY Wakano, K keda, T Miki, M Mimura - Oikos, 2011 - Wiley Online Library
Two-patch compartment models have been explored to understand the spatial processes
that promote species coexistence. However, a phenomenological definition of the inter-
patch 'dispersal rate'has limited the quantitative predictability of these models to ...
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[PDF] Conservation assessment for western painted turtles in Oregon
JA Gervais, D Rosenberg, S Barnes. - Unpubl. report, ., 2009 - oregonwildlife.org
The western painted turtle, Chrysemys picta bellii, is one of two endemic freshwater turtles
in
Oregon. The other is the western pond turtle, Actinemys marmorata. The painted turtle
has
the largest range of the North American freshwater turtles, and occurs from the Atlantic
to ...
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Wildlife corridors and developed landscapes
S DeStefano - The Planner's Guide to Natural Resource Conservation ., 2009 - Springer
An obvious consequence of exurban land development is fragmentation of natural areas.
Fragmentation
leaves patches of habitat of various sizes, which can become increasingly isolated as
development
continues. A compelling approach to mitigation is the creation of corridors. Corridors in ...
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[PDF] Habitat Fragmentation:: Effects and mplications
JM Al-jabber - King Saud University, 2003 - faculty.ksu.edu.sa
Page 1. Habitat Fragmentation: Effects and mplications "Fragmentation has become a
major
subject of research and debate in conservation biology (Meffe et al. 1997, p. 272) Jabber
M.
Al-jabber Spring 2003 Clearcuts and forest fragmentation, Willamette NF, Oregon. ...
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Aesthetic landscapes of the golden mouse
TL Barrett, GW Barrett - The Golden Mouse, 2008 - Springer
Aesthetics, as a transcending process, is based primarily on the economy of, and
relationship
between, natural and cultural systems. The German zoologist Ernst Haeckel (1869)
defined ecology
(the study of the "house based on the Greek oikos) as a body of knowledge concerning ...
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[CITATION] Biodiversity conservation in urban landscapes
S Borgstrm - Doctoral essay, 2006
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The conservation of habitat and landscape
F Van Dyke - Conservation Biology: Foundations, Concepts, ., 2008 - Springer
10.1. The Definition, Concept, and mportance of Habitat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Habitat? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 280 10.1.2. How Do We
Measure ...
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[PDF] The Effects of Local and Landscape Context on Leafhopper
(Hemiptera: Cicadellinae) Communities in Coffee Agroforestry Systems of
Costa Rica
M Ramos - 2008 - orton.catie.ac.cr
ABSTRACT Sharpshooters (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Cicadellinae) are potential vectors
of
Xylella fastidiosa, the bacterial causal agent of coffee "crespera disease. This study
examined the effects of local (shade composition, organic or conventional management, ...
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[HTML] Powerline easements: ecological impacts and effects on small
mammal movement
TC Strevens - 2007 - ro.uow.edu.au
Abstract Habitat loss and fragmentation are recognised as the two primary threats to
biological diversity worldwide. Powerline easements are linear habitat features that occur
in
all land tenures, including national parks. Where they occur in areas of natural
vegetation, ...
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[PDF] Mode d'utilisation du milieu fragment par une espce forestire aux
habitudes discrtes, la Martre des pins Martes martes
V PEREBOOM - 2006 - cerfe.com
RSUM EN FRANAS: La biologie de la conservation est une discipline de crise qui se
trouve constamment confronte au manque de donnes concrtes sur l'co-thologie des
espces. La destruction du milieu forestier est la cause majeure de la disparition des ...
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[PDF] Evaluacin de elementos estructurales del hbitat del borrego
cimarrn en la Sierra del Mechudo, Baja California Sur, Mxico
S Alvarez-Crdenas. - Tropical ., 2009 - tropicalconservationscience. .
Resumen La prdida y fragmentacin del hbitat ponen en riesgo de aislamiento y
extincin local a especies con poblaciones pequeas, como la de Ovis canadensis
weemsi
Goldman, 1937, en la Sierra del Mechudo, Baja California Sur, Mxico. Por tanto, es ...
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Evidencias sobre la eficacia de los corredores ecolgicos: Solucionan la
problemtica de fragmentacin de hbitats?
MG San Vicente, PJL Valencia - Observatorio Medioambiental, 2008 - revistas.ucm.es
Resumen Se realiza una revisin del estado de la cuestin con respecto al bagaje
cientfico
existente sobre la eficacia de los corredores ecolgicos como elementos dirigidos a la
conservacin de especies en paisajes fragmentados. Previamente se enumeran los ...
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[HTML] Organisation de l'espace et processus cologiques
H Dcamps, O Dcamps - conomie rurale. ., 2007 - economierurale.revues.org
L'cologie du paysage tudie les interactions entre l'organisation de l'espace et les
processus cologiques. Elle s' intresse aux causes et aux consquences de
l'htrognit de l'espace, en combinant les concepts et mthodes de la gographie et ...
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Acoustically Detected Year Round Presence of Right Whales in an
Urbanized Migration Corridor
JL Morano, AN Rice, JT Tielens. - Conservation ., 2012 - Wiley Online Library
Abstract: Species' conservation relies on understanding their seasonal habitats and
migration routes. North Atlantic right whales (Eubalaena glacialis), listed as endangered
under the US Endangered Species Act, migrate from the southeastern US coast to
Cape ...
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Landscape Approaches to Achieving Food Production, Natural Resource
Conservation, and the Millennium Development Goals
JC Milder, LE Buck, F DeClerck, SJ Scherr - ntegrating Ecology and ., 2012 - Springer
The Ro Copn watershed in western Honduras is not unlike many agricultural landscapes
throughout
the developing world. A journey through this 800 km 2 water- shed reveals a mixture of
small
and mid-sized farms producing cattle, coffee, and subsistence crops. Residents here
face ...
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Urbanization and wetland communities: applying metacommunity theory
to understand the local and landscape effects
PTJ Johnson, JT Hoverman. - Journal of Applied ., 2013 - Wiley Online Library
Summary 1. Urbanization is a growing threat to ecological communities and has become
a
leading cause of population extirpations in a wide range of taxa. Because the effects of
urbanization are often multifaceted, identifying the pathways through which changes in ...
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Beyond fragmentation: Lizard distribution patterns in two production
landscapes and their implications for conceptual landscape models
J Fischer - Made available in DSpace on 2011-01- ., 2008 - digitalcollections.anu.edu.au
This thesis aimed to contribute new information and analytical frameworks to the science
of
fauna conservation in human-modified landscapes. Two approaches were used:(1)
empirical data collection and analysis, and (2) the discussion and development of ...
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[BOOK] Effects of Highways and Highway Construction Activities on Valley
Elderberry Longhorn Beetle Habitat
TS Talley, M Holyoak - 2009 - caltrans.ca.gov
16. ABSTRACT By the time most species are classified as "of concern, they are too rare
to
be adequately studied. Recovery Plans, which follow listing on the United States
Endangered Species List, include threats to the species derived from best guesses
based ...
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Landscape Heterogeneity and Ecosystem Dynamics
FS Chapin, PA Matson, HA Mooney - Principles of Terrestrial Ecosystem ., 2002 -
Springer
Spatial heterogeneity within and among ecosys- tems is critical to the functioning of
individual
ecosystems and of entire regions. n previous chapters we emphasized the controls over
eco- system processes in relatively homogenous units or patches of an ecosystem. The ...
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Effects of Habitat Fragmentation on the Distribution and Movement of
Tropical Forest Birds
AC barra-Macias - 2009 - scholarlyrepository.miami.edu
Abstract Habitat loss and fragmentation occur at unprecedented rates, especially in
tropical
countries where human activities have deforested or degraded around 80% of tropical
rainforests. Tropical forest fragmentation is considered the main cause of extinction of ...
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Multi-taxa population connectivity in the Northern Rocky Mountains
SA Cushman, EL Landguth - Ecological Modelling, 2012 - Elsevier
Effective broad-spectrum biodiversity conservation requires that conservation strategies
simultaneously meet the needs of multiple species. However, little is known about how
maintaining habitat connectivity for one species or species group may also act as an ...
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Functional regionalization with the restriction of ecological shelter zones
Y Du, C Wang, H Zhao, X Yang - Journal of Geographical Sciences, 2007 - Springer
Abstract: Ecological shelter zones reconstruction is an ecosystem restoration and
conserva-
tion project aimed to the ecological safety of nations, regions and basins. Reconstruction
of ecological
shelter zones of the upper reaches of the Yangtze River became one of the most ...
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A scaled line-based kernel density estimator for the retrieval of utilization
distributions and home ranges from GPS movement tracks
S Steiniger, AJ Hunter - Ecological nformatics, 2012 - Elsevier
Utilization distributions (UDs) can be used to describe the intensity with which an animal
or
human has used a certain geographical location. Within the domain of wildlife ecology, a
density distribution model represents one way to describe an animals' home range. ...
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Dispersal constraints for stream invertebrates: setting realistic timescales
for biodiversity restoration
SM Parkyn, BJ Smith - Environmental management, 2011 - Springer
Abstract Biodiversity goals are becoming increasingly important in stream restoration.
Typical
models of stream restoration are based on the assumption that if habitat is restored then
species
will return and ecological processes will re-establish. However, a range of constraints at ...
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[PDF] Resource partitioning, habitat connectivity, and resulting foraging
variation among salmonids in the estuarine habitat mosaic
CD Eaton - 2010 - weber.s.uw.edu
Page 1. Resource Partitioning, Habitat Connectivity, and Resulting Foraging Variation
Among
Salmonids in the Estuarine Habitat Mosaic Christopher Douglass Eaton A thesis submitted
in
partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science ...
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[BOOK] Understanding Grizzly Bears Using GS
J Cranston, FM Forest - 2004 - web1.cnre.vt.edu
Abstract The Foothills Model Forest (FMF) is a not-for-profit partnership conducting
research
on sustainable forest management. The objective of the Foothills Model Forest Grizzly
Bear
Research Project (GBRP), one of the primary research initiatives at the FMF, is to
provide ...
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Greenspace Conservation Planning Framework for Urban Regions Based
on a Forest Bird-Habitat Relationship Study and the Resilience Thinking
S Kato - 2010 - scholarworks.umass.edu
Abstract The research involves first conducting a" case study" of ecological data and
applying the results, together with the resilience concept, to the development of a
greenspace conservation planning framework for urban regions. The first part of the ...
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Distributional patterns and biogeographic analysis of ferns in the Sierra
Madre Oriental, Mexico
C Sangins-Franco, Luna-Vega, OA Ayala. - American Fern ., 2011 - BioOne
Abstract We analyzed the distributional patterns of 66 species of leptosporangiate ferns
inhabiting in the Sierra Madre Oriental (SMO), Mexico, using grid-cells and endemism
index
values, parsimony analysis of endemicity (PAE) and track analysis. The strict
consensus ...
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Animal behavior, cost-based corridor models, and real corridors
S LaPoint, P Gallery, M Wikelski, R Kays - Landscape Ecology, 2013 - Springer
Corridors are popular conservation tools because they are thought to allow animals to
safely
move between habitat fragments, thereby maintaining landscape connectivity.
Nonetheless,
few studies show that mammals actually use corridors as predicted. Further, the ...
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[HTML] Where to restore ecological connectivity? Detecting barriers and
quantifying restoration benefits
BH McRae, SA Hall, P Beier, DM Theobald - PloS one, 2012 - dx.plos.org
Abstract Landscape connectivity is crucial for many ecological processes, including
dispersal, gene flow, demographic rescue, and movement in response to climate change.
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a result, governmental and non-governmental organizations are focusing efforts to map ...
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Effects of landscape elements on population densities, habitat utilization,
home ranges, and movements of three small mammal species
KE Mabry - 2001 - athenaeum.libs.uga.edu
The effects of landscape fragmentation on plant and animal populations have become
more
important with increasing human influence on landscapes, however, little research has
focused on use of the entire landscape, including patch, corridor, and matrix habitats.
This ...
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Mapping and monitoring riparian vegetation distribution, structure and
composition with regression tree models and post-classification change
metrics
ML Villarreal, WJD Van Leeuwen. - nternational Journal of ., 2012 - Taylor & Francis
Riparian systems have become increasingly susceptible to both natural and human
disturbances as cumulative pressures from changing land use and climate alter the
hydrological regimes. This article introduces a landscape dynamics monitoring protocol ...
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MJ Clark - 2006 - Northern Arizona University
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Corredores ecolgicos como ferramenta para a desfragmentao de
florestas tropicais
CES Seoane, VS Diaz, TL Santos. - Pesquisa Florestal ., 2010 - cnpf.embrapa.br
Resumo A expanso do uso e ocupao antrpica do espao terrestre leva a uma severa
fragmentao dos habitats naturais. Corredores ecolgicos podem facilitar o
deslocamento
de organismos entre fragmentos de habitats e tm sido cada vez mais adotados como ...
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Methodological proposal for large-scale inventory of trees outside forests
P Corona, MV Chiriac, B Ferrari, R Salvati. - talian Journal of Forest ., 2013 -
ojs.aisf.it
Abstract Methodological proposal for large-scale inventory of trees outside forests Trees
outside forests (TOF) are all those forest trees or group of trees scattered within rural and
urbanized areas and not classified under forest. The importance of TOF is known as a ...
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[CITATION] Anlisis de fragmentacin de los ecosistemas boscosos en una
regin de la cordillera central de los andes colombianos
JA Anaya, E Dvila, AMG Mora - Revista ngenieras Universidad de ., 2005 -
redalyc.org
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Revistas Cientficas de Amrica Latina, el Caribe, Espaa y Portugal Sistema de
nformacin Cientfica Ana Mara Gmez Mora, Jess Adolfo Anaya ...
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Cambios en la estructura del paisaje del Alt Empord en el perodo 1957-
2001
M Romero Vargas - 2005 - dialnet.unirioja.es
El paisaje, concebido como una unidad espacial y temporalmente pluriescalar
caracterizada por unos patrones de distribucin-una estructura-, unas funciones y una red
de flujos de materia, energa e informacin (Forman y Godron, 1986), constituye un ...
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[PDF] Moznosti vyuzitia vybranch aspektov fragmentcie biotopov v
projektovan a manazmente chrnench zem
E Stankov - Acta Envir. Univ. Comen, 2007 - fns.uniba.sk
Abstract: The possible use of some aspects of biotope fragmentation in designing and
management of protected areas. The results of biotope fragmentation survey in relation to
protected areas confirm that it is impossible to generalize recommendations for size, ...
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Habitat patch shape, not corridors, determines herbivory and fruit
production of an annual plant
DM Evans, NE Turley, DJ Levey, JJ Tewksbury - Ecology, 2012 - Eco Soc America
Habitat corridors confer many conservation benefits by increasing movement of
organisms
between habitat patches, but the benefits for some species may exact costs for others.
For
example, corridors may increase the abundance of consumers in a habitat to the
detriment ...
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[CITATION] Roadside environments as habitats for Lepidoptera
DJ tmies - 2006 - University of Joensuu
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Genetic diversity and connectivity of white-tailed jackrabbit populations in
owa with notes on seasonal home ranges
Tapia - 2010 - lib.dr.iastate.edu
Abstract The loss and fragmentation of owa's native prairies has had varied effects on
different species as some move more easily through unsuitable habitat than others. Small
mammals may be highly affected by isolation as they may not move easily among
habitat ...
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[PDF] Evaluation of the potential of hedgerow networks for forest
biodiversity restoration in an rish rural landscape
L Bogaerts - lib.ugent.be
have studied seven years in Antwerp and have achieved a licentiate in Biomedical
Sciences and a bachelor's degree in Bio-Engineering. For the subsequent master the
UGent
was elected, however there is still a good contact with different teachers from the UA.
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[PDF] Characterizing post-dispersal seed predation in the matrix of a
connected landscape: spatial, temporal and species-specific variation and
its effect on .
M Craig - 2010 - enst.wustl.edu
ABSTRACT By improving connectivity between patches, corridors have been
demonstrated
to be an important conservation tool in addressing habitat fragmentation and loss, the
gravest threats to biodiversity worldwide. Recent work suggests that the effect of
corridors ...
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>enetic diversity under the strain of habitat fragmentationH a population genetic
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+valuating population connectivity for species of conservation concern in the
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SA ushman, +0 0andguth, 1 Blather - Biodiversity and conservation, !"5' - Springer
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[PDF] Management and onservation in the oniferous Borests of 4estern =orth
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Sustainable agriculture in central ,llinois/ Disioning the future
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10 Berguson, E (obinette, M Stevenson - iteseer
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4ater quality change and habitat potential in riparian ecosystems
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habitat support and protection of water quality$ This study assessed the role of riparian
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The matri% affects trac&way corridor suitability for an arenicolous specialist
beetle
, BertoncelA, *M 9olman - Journal of ,nsect onservation, !"5' - Springer
,n conserving regional insect diversity dispersal corridors are advocated to counteract
fragmentation
and for resilience to climate change$ 1owever, influences of corridor design and
management
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ABST(AT/ The management and restoration of riparian 8ones has received considerable
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This report focuses on the health of Bay Area wetlands$ The state is developing a wetland
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proposed definition, wetlands are areas that, under normal circumstances,-5. are ...
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Assessing ecosystem function of restoration plantings in south-eastern Australia
=T Munro, J Bischer, J 4ood@ - Borest +cology and @, !"5! - +lsevier
4e used the 0andscape Bunction Analysis -0BA.-sensu Tongway and 1indley, !""C. to
assess the development of ecosystem function in revegetation, particularly in relation to the
basic ecological functions of soil stability, water infiltration and nutrient cycling$ 4e ...
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ABST(AT/ The management and restoration of riparian 8ones has received considerable
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width protect and improve water quality by intercepting non-point source pollutants$
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s forest close to lakes ecologically unique?: Analysis of vegetation,
small mammals, amphibians, and songbirds
S Ellen Macdonald, B Eaton, CS Machtans. - Forest Ecology and ., 2006 - Elsevier
We compared vegetation structure, flora, and fauna in forest stands at varying distances
from
small lakes in the boreal mixedwood zone of Alta., Canada, with that in the surrounding
upland landscape. We tested the hypothesis that lakeside riparian forest is more ...
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[CITATION] Riparian Vegetation Patterns and Links with Surface Waters in
the Boreal Forest
SH Luke - 2007 - Lakehead University (Canada)
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[PDF] Thinking Big, Acting Local: The how's and why's of an Adirondack to
Algonquin corridor
JJ Winkowski, MD Petrik - 2007 - it.stlawu.edu
We have composed this case study with the overall intent of creating a document capable
of
serving as a guide for the reasons necessitating, problems involved with, and plan of
attack
for the development of an Adirondack to Algonquin corridor. To this end, we explored
the ...
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[CITATION] Conservation corridors for carnivores: integrating pattern and
process in the Canadian Rocky Mountains
CLB Chetkiewicz - 2008 - University of Alberta (Canada)
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Municipal and regional habitat connectivity planning
PR Huber, F Shilling, JH Thorne, SE Greco - Landscape and Urban ., 2012 - Elsevier
Planning for safe passage of wildlife involves understanding the complexities of natural
and
human landscapes and incorporating connectivity assessments in local and regional
planning. The present study describes a novel landscape analysis approach that was ...
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[BOOK] General Guidelines for the Development of the Pan-European
Ecological Network
Committee for the Activities of the Council of Europe in . - 2000 - books.google.com
General Guidelines for the Development of the Pan-European Ecological Network.
Committee for the Activities of the Council of Europe in the field of Biological and
Landscape Diversity Council of Europe publishing, 2000.
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[BOOK] Habitat Loss and the Utility of an Old-growth Corridor for
Herpetofauna in Olympic National Forest
C Akios - 2007 - books.google.com
contrasted old-growth with successional forest stands of Olympic National Forest,
Washington, using a paired design in order to examine the effects of habitat loss and
fragmentation and corridor utility for local herpetofauna. predicted that herpetofaunal ...
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[PDF] The Role of Citizen Participation in Wildlife-Sensitive Transportation
Projects
LE Archerd-Bingham, HM Tyus, JA Hill, JR Davis - 2006 - transwildalliance.com
2 natural wildlife movements, reduce wildlife mortalities, and increase the safety of road
and
highway corridors for wildlife and humans alike. Examples of such mitigation measures
that
have been effective include the construction of wildlife-specific overpasses and ...
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[CITATION] A landscape approach to strategic environmental
X Yu - hub.hku.hk
To achieve sustainable land use, Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) for the
future
spatial planning must be considered in decision making. Landscape ecology can help to
quantify spatial patterns of land use and to monitor their environmental consequences at
a ...
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Biological corridors and connectivity
SA Cushman, B McRae, F Adriaensen. - Key Topics in ., 2013 - Wiley Online Library
Summary The goal of this chapter is to describe the state of the art in quantitative corridor
and connectivity modelling. t reviews several critical issues in modelling, and provides
expert guidance and examples to help practitioners implement effective programmes to ...
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DF] oast ,nformation Team
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4e focused on the intertidal and nearshore 8ones in this analysis$ 4e identified #!
conservation targets of which 3) were ecosystem targets -shoreline ecosystems. and 5'
were special element targets -occurrences of marine species.$ This set of targets was ...
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2ur natural world is on the verge of a profound loss of biological diversity -roo&s and
SanAayan hapter 5.$ Although the economic, cultural, and spiritual costs of this ecological
impoverishment are enormous and irreversible, from a human point of view e%tinctionKs ...
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+;+7T,D+ S7MMA(? This report has been prepared for the Mountains (ecreation
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The South has an impressive diversity of terrestrial communities and species associations$
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coastal dunes to prairies$ enturies of settlement and land use change have brought a ...
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(4 4ein, *A Thomas, (M (oth, *J Martin - African rop Science @, !""3 - acss$ws
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about biodiversity protection in areas dominated by farming$ Modern food production
systems are very intensive and marginal land is being brought into production$ This
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[PDF] ,nfluence of natal habitat type on dispersal and habitat selection behavior in
a heterogeneous landscape
E+ Mabry - epa$gov
Since dispersal is a &ey parameter affecting population dynamics, &nowledge of how
animals
respond to different habitat types while dispersing and selecting a new home range is
crucial
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(esearch on onstruction of 0andscape +co-orridor in 9isturbed Area of
1ydraulic and 1ydropower +ngineering
4 ;u, 0 Ihi, S ;iong - *ower and +nergy +ngineering @, !"55 - ieee%plore$ieee$org
Abstract Based on the discussion of biological environment problems in disturbed area of
hydraulic and hydropower engineering, principles and methods of landscape eco-corridor
construction were proposed to restore the ecosystem structure, ecosystem service
function ...
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8ones/ A case of Ihaotong in ?unnan
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[PDF] Biodiversity onservation orridors
J Sanderson, E Alger@ - onservation @, !""' - library$conservation$org
Though this document has undergone e%tensive revision, we still consider it a wor&-in-
progress$ 4e see& your feedbac& to the ideas weKve put forth here and welcome all
critiques
and suggestions$ To this end, we have included a comment form as the last page of this ...
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[BOOK] Linkages in the Landscape: A Review of Their Conservation
Value
G Bennett - 2004 - books.google.com
The designation of geographical entities in this book, and the presentation of the material,
do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UCN concerning the
legal status of any country, territory, or area, or of its authorities, or concerning the ...
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known as population viability analysis (PVA). We
PVA Broadly - Conservation of Wildlife Populations: Demography ., 2012 -
books.google.com
Where should new reserves be located and what should be their design? How well is a
park
or ecosystem maintaining its ecological integrity? How should a degraded area be
restored?
What should be the priority ranking for conservation efforts when money is limited but ...
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[PDF] Accounting for stand-level retention: background material
L Kremsater, K Price, R Holt, A MacKinnon, K Lertzman - 2008 - archive.ilmb.gov.bc.ca
This report was commissioned by the Ecosystem-Based Management Working Group
(EBM
WG) to provide information to support full implementation of EBM. The conclusions and
recommendations in this report are exclusively the authors ', and may not reflect the ...
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[CITATION] Climate Change and connectivity: Are corridors the solution?
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VALUNG WLDLANDS
WW Hargrove - . Risk Assessment and Management from a ., 2010 -
books.google.com
One of the central problems of land and water management is "the way in which scarce
resources are allocated among alternative uses and users. The question is, of course,
fundamental to economic thinking... and it is for this reason that we have seen the ...
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Dynamics of Species Extinction and Recovery in Multi-Trophic Aquatic
Systems
V Campbell - 2010 - dalspace.library.dal.ca
The current rate of species extinction is higher than at any other time in Earth's history.
Despite our understanding of the causes and consequences of extinction and the
development of numerous species conservation plans, it is surprising how little we know ...
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[PDF] Movement ecology of fishers (Pekania pennanti) within a semi-urban
landscape
SD LaPoint - 2013 - kops.ub.uni-konstanz.de
Summary Habitat fragmentation and urbanization are ubiquitous threats to mammals,
forcing
species to either become locally extinct or to adapt. The challenge for species to adapt is
great, partly because of the wide disparity between the quickness of these
anthropogenic ...
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[PDF] mpact of habitat fragmentation on selected amphibian species in the
fragmented landscape of the Mata Atlntica at the Atlantic Plateau of So
Paulo, Brazil
HDBH Steinicke - Brazil Dissertation, Martin-Luther- ., 2008 - sundoc.bibliothek.uni-
halle.de
The world's biodiversity is currently experiencing a phase of mass extinction (MYERS
1993;
PMM and RAVEN 2000). Due to human activities, one third to a half of the world's
biodiversity is threatened with extinction (MYERS 1993; BROOKS et al. 2002; ...
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[PDF] Effects of deforestation pattern and private nature reserves on the
forest conservation in settlement areas of the Brazilian Amazon Efeitos
do padro de .
JP Metzger - A Biota Neotropica uma revista eletrnica e est . - eco.ib.usp.br
Os efeitos de padres de desmatamento, de extenso das "Reservas Legais e do tempo
de
pousio agrcola na conservao florestal foram simulados para assentamentos agrcolas
da
Amaznia brasileira que produzem padres de ocupao em espinha-de-peixe e onde
a ...
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Ecological Environment Protection in Chinese Rural Hydropower
Development Practices: A Review
X Tang, Q Li, M Wu, W Tang, F Jin, J Haynes. - Water, Air, & Soil ., 2012 - Springer
Abstract This paper reviews the ecological environ- ment protection measures of Chinese
rural
hydropower development schemes. China's rapid economic growth is making great energy
demands
and developing rural hydropower currently provides 30.4 GW annually. There is a
conflict ...
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[CITATION] Ecology and Conservation of Rare Amphibians.
W Fields - 2011 - repository.lib.ncsu.edu
Page 1. ABSTRACT FELDS, WLLAM ROBERT. Ecology and Conservation of Rare
Amphibians. (Under the direction of Nicholas M. Haddad). Understanding the distribution
and status of populations of rare amphibians is a critical task ...
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lincoln.ac.nz [PDF]
Wildlife corridors: do they facilitate biotic movement? Evidence from the
experimental literature
L Garven - 2012 - researcharchive.lincoln.ac.nz
Anthropogenic fragmentation of landscapes is a serious threat to wildlife habitats and the
biodiversity of wildlife. To remedy this issue wildlife corridors have been implemented to
mitigate the negative effects of fragmentation. Landscape manipulated to conduct
corridor ...
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[CITATION] Bio-energy production: Exploring the possibilities of bio-energy
plantation co-functioning as ecological corridors
L Rutting
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[PDF] Climate Change and Connectivity: Assessing Landscape and
Species Vulnerability
EL Landguth - fws.gov
This project is addressing some of the most important emerging conservation issues in
the
American Great Plains region by studying the interaction of climate change and human
development on habitat for native wildlife species. We are integrating the most current ...
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[CITATION] CHNA-LAOS TRANS-BOUNDARY BODVERSTY
MANAGEMENT: STATUS AND STRATEGY
C Jin, X Deng, Q Yang - The World Commission on Protected Areas ., 2000 - UCN Lao
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[CITATION] Urban wildlife conservation
LK Harris, WW Shaw, L VanDruff - 1999 - School of Natural Resources, .
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Planning an ecological network using the predicted movement paths of
urban birds
SH Hong, BH Han, SH Choi, CY Sung. - Landscape and Ecological ., 2013 - Springer
Abstract n this study, we propose a new method for planning ecological networks in
Gangdong-gu, Seoul, Korea. The basic idea of this method is that, in urban areas where
the
price of land is high, it is most cost-effective to protect linear green areas that act as ...
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Land use, landscape configuration and live fences in an agricultural area
in southern Costa Rica
T Hbinger - 2010 - othes.univie.ac.at
1. ABSTRACT Biological corridors are essential for the structural connectivity of natural
landscape elements across cultural areas, promoting migratory movements and genetic
exchange of various plant and animal species. To assess the state of corridors within
the ...
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[PDF] The Benefits of ncorporating Greenways into Urban Development
Plans and Greenway Potential in Kamloops
LT Williams - 2012 - thompsonenvironmental.net
Abstract The world human population has surpassed seven billion and it continues to
increase exponentially. Cities continue to expand to compensate for a growing population,
rural people increasingly move into cities, and random urban sprawl continues to clear
the ...
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Changing roles of propagule, climate, and land use during extralimital
colonization of a rose chafer beetle
J Horak, C Hui, N Roura-Pascual, D Romportl - Naturwissenschaften, 2013 - Springer
Abstract Regardless of their ecosystem functions, some insects are threatened when
facing environmental
changes and disturbances, while others become extremely successful. t is crucial for
successful
conservation to differentiate factors supporting species' current distributions from those ...
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Modelling the spatial distribution of linear landscape elements in +urope
+1 van der Ianden, *1 Derburg, A MScher - +cological ,ndicators, !"5' - +lsevier
0inear landscape elements, such as ditches, hedgerows, lines of trees and field margins,
provide important habitats and ecosystem services and function as ecological infrastructure
for species within agricultural landscapes$ Spatial maps of the distribution of these ...
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[PDF] *rograma de Monitoreo +colTgico de las Lreas *rotegidas y orredores
BiolTgicos de osta (ica -*(2M+-(.
B Binegan, M AgSero - avesdecostarica$org
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lVnderSbergreifenden Biotopverbunds in 9eutschland
J 9robni&, * Binc&, 7 (iec&en - bfn$eu
9ie An8ahl der gefVhrdeten Arten und der >rad der >efVhrdung von Tier-und
*flan8enarten
haben seit der Mitte des !"$ Jahrhunderts stetig 8ugenommen$ +inen wesentlichen
>efVhrdungsfa&tor stellt die 8unehmende Bragmentierung und ,solation der 0ebensrVume ...
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4hitewater (afting en el BD-T
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+l ambio limWtico es uno de los desafUos mWs compleAos que enfrenta la humanidad,
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(+S7M+=$ +l principal reto de los corredores biolTgicos como estrategia efectiva de
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DA D VALUTAZONE - lmbiologia.campusnet.unito.it
L'esigenza di nuove forme di progettazione sempre pi rivolte ad una maggiore
sostenibilit
oggi ampiamente condivisa dalla comunit scientifica internazionale al punto che la
ricerca di nuovi equilibri ecologici, basati sulla modifica dei modelli di consumo e di ...
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[PDF] 161. NOTAS SOBRE NEFTOS EN EL CURSO URBANO DEL
RO GUADALQUVR EN SEVLLA
PJ Mejas, M Escudero, SM Bravo - NOTAS TAXONMCAS Y ., 2010 -
institucional.us.es
El asentamiento y expansin de especies vegetales en regiones fuera de su rea de
distribucin natural por causas antrpicas, es uno de los problemas ms importantes que
afectan a la conservacin de la biodiversidad. Las especies alctonas suponen una ...
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[CITATION] Corredores biolgicos una estrategia de recuperacin en
paisajes altamente fragmentados
JL Duque, DC Hernndez, CR Osorio - Gestin y Ambiente, 2012 - redalyc.org
RESUMEN El objeto del presente trabajo es la identificacin de corredores biolgicos
como
estrategia de recuperacin en paisajes altamente fragmentados, a travs de herramientas
de Sistemas de nformacin Geogrfica, SG, tomando como estudio de caso la ...
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[PDF] USO DE CORREDORES FLORESTAS E MATRZ DE PASTO POR
PEQUENOS MAMFEROS EM MATA ATLNTCA
HSA Carlos - icb.ufmg.br
RESUMO A Mata Atlntica tem um histrico de perda de rea e fragmentao bastante
avanado, restando apenas cerca de 7% de sua cobertura florestal original.
Principalmente
nestes cenrios de intensa fragmentao, corredores florestais so propostos e, no ...
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[PDF] PRORDADES SOCALES Y ARREGLOS NSTTUCONALES
PARA LA GESTON LOCAL DEL CORREDOR BOLOGCO
VOLCNCA CENTRAL .
JRR Chvez - intranet.catie.ac.cr
RESUMEN Los corredores biolgicos han tenido mucha acogida en los ltimos aos
como
estrategias de conservacin. La mayora de las investigaciones se han enfocado a
generar
informacin sobre los aspectos biofsicos y ecolgicos relacionados con el ...
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El papel de los agroecosistemas y bosques en la conservacin de aves
dentro de corredores biolgicos
A Martnez Salinas, F DeClerck - 2013 - biblioteca.catie.ac.cr
El principal reto de los corredores biolgicos como estrategia efectiva de conservacin,
es
el de conciliar las necesidades de las poblaciones humanas con las de conservacin de
la
biodiversidad. Lograr fusionar estas dos necesidades, requiere de comprender el papel ...
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Resumen El objeto del presente trabajo es la identificacin de corredores biolgicos
como
estrategia de recuperacin en paisajes altamente fragmentados, a travs de herramientas
de Sistemas de nformacin Geogrfica, SG, tomando como estudio de caso la ...
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La fragmentacin de la naturaleza y los corredores verdes
M Maurn lvarez - 2011 - buleria.unileon.es
Entendiendo como la divisin de hbitat continuos y extensos en compartimentos de
menor
tameo, aislados entre si e imposibilitados para mantener las funciones bsicas de
supervivencia a largo plazo, el concepto y el fenomeno de la fragmentacin de la ...
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[PDF] Anlisis de fragmentacin de los ecosistemas boscosos en una
regin de la cordillera central de los andes colombianos
AMG Mora, JA Anaya. - Revista ngenieras ., 2005 - scienti.colciencias.gov.co
RESUMEN En esta investigacin se realiz un anlisis de mtrica del paisaje para
identificar el estado de conservacin de bosques nativos en la zona denominada Valles
de
San Nicols. El rea de estudio est ubicada en la Cordillera Central de los Andes ...
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[PDF] UNVERSDAD DE SAN CARLOS DE GUATEMALA FACULTAD DE
CENCAS QUMCAS Y FARMACA PROGRAMA EXPERENCAS
DOCENTES CON LA .
MB Castillo - sitios.usac.edu.gt
RESUMEN La regin semirida del valle del Motagua es una regin muy importante a
nivel
ecolgico principalmente porque: provee de bienes y servicios ambientales, presenta
especies de flora y fauna endmicas y amenazadas y porque funciona como productor ...
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Proposta metodologica per l'inventario su vasta scala fuori foresta.
P Corona, MV Chiriac, B Ferrari, R Salvati. - 2009 - dspace.unitus.it
Abstract: Methodological proposal for large-scale inventory of trees outside forests Trees
outside forests (TOF) are all those forest trees or group of trees scattered within rural and
urbanized areas and not classified under forest. The importance of TOF is known as a ...
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Determinacin y gestin forestal de un corredor biolgicos para aves
endmicas de bosques templados" Hotspot" de biodiversidad
R Moreno Garca - 2013 - helvia.uco.es
Los bosques naturales del mundo han sufrido un proceso de deforestacin sin
precedentes
en la ltima mitad del siglo XX. Adems de la prdida de superficie forestal, los bosques
remanentes han sido intensamente fragmentados. Ambos procesos de degradacin de ...
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O papel de sistemas agroflorestais para a conectividade em paisagem
fragmentada do nordeste do Rio Grande do Sul
CB Hassdenteufel - 2010 - lume.ufrgs.br
Esse estudo teve como objetivo comparar duas formas de manejo de cultivos de banana
em relao ao seu potencial de abrigar espcies florestais. Ns assumimos que o registro
de espcies florestais utilizando um elemento da matriz mostra que a espcie no evita
a ...
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[PDF] Fatores de mortalidade de galhas em ambientes de borda e de
interior da mata
EC Teixeira - Ecologia da Floresta, 2002 - ibcperu.org
A destruio de hbitats uma das maiores ameaas biodiversidade ea principal causa
da crise de extino atual (Wilcox & Murphy 1985, Wilson 1997, Joly & Bicudo 1999).
Adicionalmente, a fragmentao de ecossistemas em paisagens intensivamente ...
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[PDF] FACULT DES SCENCES UNVERST DE SHERBROOKE
S Hbert-Marcoux - usherbrooke.ca
L'homme, travers son histoire naturelle et culturelle, a modifi son environnement et [s'
est vertu] dforester, fabriquer des espaces ouverts(Burel et Baudry, 1999, p.
XX).
Cette transformation du paysage par l'activit humaine a aussi modifi la distribution et
la ...
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