Habitat area, quality and connectivity: striking the balance for efficient conservation

@inproceedings{Hodgson2011HabitatAQ,
  title={Habitat area, quality and connectivity: striking the balance for efficient conservation},
  author={Jenny A. Hodgson and Atte Moilanen and Brendan A Wintle and Chris D Thomas},
  year={2011}
}
Summary 1. Population viability can depend on habitat area, habitat quality, the spatial arrangement of habitats (aggregations and connections) and the properties of the intervening non-breeding (matrix) land. Hodgson et al. [Journal of Applied Ecology46 (2009) 964] and Doerr, Barrett & Doerr (Journal of Applied Ecology, 2011) disagree on the relative importance of these landscape attributes in enabling species to persist and change their distributions in response to climate change… CONTINUE READING

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