A Graph-Theory Approach to Landscape Connectivity

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Conservation efforts have relied on ecological modelling for a long time now.

To consider an effective conservation action future implications need be to predicted under habitat fragmentation scenarios.

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Movement Ecology Ph.D #Ecosystem #connectivity researcher and consultant / Publishing on biology, data and life. Check catiamatos.com and subscribe!

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