Circuitscape: A Tool for Landscape Ecology

@inproceedings{Shah2008CircuitscapeAT,
  title={Circuitscape: A Tool for Landscape Ecology},
  author={Viral B. Shah},
  year={2008}
}
The modeling of ecological connectivity across networks and landscapes is an active research area that spans the disciplines of ecology, conservation, and population genetics. Recently, concepts and algorithms from electrical circuit theory have been adapted to address these problems. The approach is based on linkages between circuit and random walk theories, and has several advantages over previous analytic approaches, including incorporation of multiple dispersal pathways into analyses. Here… CONTINUE READING
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