Conservation Science Blog

New research relevant to conservation in western North America

The Conservation Science Blog is intended to bring new and relevant research to the attention of conservation scientists, and facilitate discussion on how to apply this science to further conservation goals in western North America.

New version of Connectivity Analysis Toolkit (1.3.1) released

The Connectivity Analysis Toolkit is a software interface that provides conservation planners with tools for both linkage mapping and landscape-level ‘centrality’ analysis.

We have just released Version 1.3.1 with the following changes:
Updated LEMON to version 1.3.
Turned off arc mixing in network flow functions to resolve potential division by zero error.
Updated NetworkX to version 1.8.1.
Updated Hexsim-based functions to Hexsim version 2.5.3.

The free software can be downloaded here.