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Presentation: Multi-Species Functional Connectivity


2016-05-19 21:30:12
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Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), LCC Network Data Steward(administrator), 2016-05-19(creation), 2016-05-19(lastUpdate), Presentation: Multi-Species Functional Connectivity


Presentation given at the 2014 North American Congress on Conservation Biology July 13-16, 2014 in Missoula Montana Abstract: The Crown of the Continent Ecosystem (CCE) is considered an ecologically intact ecosystem and one of the most diverse in North America, but like many natural areas, habitat fragmentation represents one of the area’s most pressing concerns. Species perceive and move through landscapes in different ways; understanding how these differences impact connectivity is vital to conservation efforts. Using resistant kernel connectivity modelling, this study explores connectivity in the CCE using a suite of hypothetical species to understand the synoptic patterns of connectivity in the CCE for multiple species. Using [...]


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