Contribution to Book
Connectivity: Maintaining Flows in Fragmented LandscapesContinental Conservation: Scientific Foundations of Regional Reserve Networks (1999)
AbstractIn this chapter we emphasize the larger, regional, scale of connectivity. Our overall goal is to determine ways to connect the natural parts of a landscape that ensure the continuing function of the ecosystems within it. An important step is to review the empirical and theoretical evidence for the benefits of connectivity.
- Nature conservation,
- Biodiversity conservation
EditorMichael Soulè and John Terborgh
Citation InformationAndy Dobson, Katherine Ralls, Mercedes Foster, Michael Soulè, et al.. "Connectivity: Maintaining Flows in Fragmented Landscapes" Continental Conservation: Scientific Foundations of Regional Reserve Networks (1999)
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