Ecological coridors

Problem


An ecological corridor, is a functional zone of passage between several natural zones for a group of species dependent on a single environment.

Ecological corridors are an essential element in conserving the biodiversity and proper functioning of ecosystems. Without their connectivity, a very large number of species would not have access to all of the habitats needed for their life cycles and would be doomed to disappear.

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Papers

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/269783293_The_actual_relevance_of_ecological_corridors_in_nature_conservation
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/344097671_DeMo_-_Design_and_Modelling_of_Urban_Ecosystems_A_spatial-based_approach_to_integrate_habitats_in_constructed_ecosystems


Links


https://www.researchgate.net/publication/343724457_An_individual-based_model_to_explore_the_impacts_of_lesser-known_social_dynamics_on_wolf_populations

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