A multi-method approach to delineate and validate migratory corridors

@article{Bond2017AMA,
  title={A multi-method approach to delineate and validate migratory corridors},
  author={M. Bond and C. Bradley and C. Kiffner and T. Morrison and D. Lee},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2017},
  volume={32},
  pages={1705-1721}
}
ContextManagers are faced with numerous methods for delineating wildlife movement corridors, and often must make decisions with limited data. Delineated corridors should be robust to different data and models.ObjectivesWe present a multi-method approach for delineating and validating wildlife corridors using multiple data sources, which can be used conserve landscape connectivity. We used this approach to delineate and validate migration corridors for wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) in the… Expand
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