A new report titled “Assessment & Planning for Ecological Connectivity: A Practical Guide” has been produced by a team of scientists convened by the Wildlife Conservation Society’s North America Program. The report can be downloaded here.
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- New paper and software for detecting dispersal barriers and restoring habitat connectivity
- Do top predators increase the amount of carbon stored in ecosystems?
- Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) overhauls its website to provide more resources for conservation scientists
- Citizen involvement strengthens Endangered Species Act implementation
- Ecological implications of complex trophic cascades among carnivores
- Grizzly bears as surrogates for balancing trade-offs between fisheries and ecosystem services
- Inadvertent advocacy and scientific integrity
- Interaction of herbivore and climate impacts on bird and plant communities
- New version of Connectivity Analysis Toolkit software released
- Are current management practices ‘trapping’ forest ecosystems?
- New Handbook on Assessment and Planning for Ecological Connectivity
- Species ranges are shifting upward and poleward faster than expected
- Trophic Downgrading of Planet Earth
- Observed increase in extinction risk due to climate change is as bad as predicted by models