Corridor Ecology: The Science and Practice of Linking Landscapes for Biodiversity Conservation

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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. It offers an objective, carefully interpreted review of the issues and is a one-of-a-kind resource for scientists, landscape architects, planners, land managers, decision-makers, and all those working to protect and restore landscapes and species diversity.

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Why Maintain and Restore Connectivity
Key Conncetivity Considerations
Corridor Design Planning and Implementation
About the Authors

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About the author (2012)

Jodi A. Hilty is a landscape ecologist and conservation biologist with a research focus on understanding thresholds of human impact on biodiversity. She is assistant director for the Wildlife Conservation Society's North America program and helps to oversee a diverse program of conservation and research efforts. William Z. Lidicker Jr. is an ecologist, conservation biologist, and vertebrate zoologist. He is currently professor of integrative biology and curator of mammals (Museum of Vertebrate Zoology) Emeritus. Adina M. Merenlender's primary focus is in the field of conservation biology. Currently, she is a cooperative extension specialist at the University of California Berkeley.

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