Author ' s personal copy Explaining movement decisions of forest rodents in fragmented landscapes

Abstract

Functional connectivity is a measure of the interaction of landscape structure and a species’ dispersal ability to determine the degree to which a landscape facilitates movement among patches. Dispersal through an inhospitable matrix requires that a species is willing to enter the matrix and can successfully colonize another habitat patch. Many connectivity… (More)

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