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5 publications in Habitat Connectivity

Creating practitioner-driven, science-based plans for connectivity conservation in a changing climate

Published in: | Research Themes: Wildlife, Habitat Connectivity, Plants

Meade Krosby, Final Project Report: “Creating practitioner-driven, science-based plans for connectivity conservation in a changing climate”

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Bull trout in the Boundary System—Managing connectivity and the feasibility of a reintroduction in the lower Pend Oreille River, northeastern Washington

Published in: | Research Themes: Water, Habitat Connectivity, Fish

Dunham, J.B., Taylor, E.B., and Allendorf, F.W., 2014, Bull trout in the Boundary System—Managing connectivity and the feasibility of a reintroduction in the lower Pend Oreille River, northeastern Washington: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2014-1229, 28 p., http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/ofr20141229.

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Landscape Influence on Gene Flow in Greater Sage-Grouse: Conservation Actions Through Cores and Corridors

Published in: | Research Themes: Birds, Wildlife, Habitat Connectivity

2013, Landscape Influence on Gene Flow in Greater Sage-Grouse: Conservation Actions Through Cores and Corridors.

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Modeling ecological minimum requirements for distribution of greater sage-grouse leks: implications for population connectivity across their western range

Published in: | Research Themes: Birds, Wildlife, Habitat Connectivity

Modeling ecological minimum requirements for distribution of greater sage-grouse leks: implications for population connectivity across their western range, U.S.A.; 2013; Article; Journal; Ecology and Evolution; Knick, Steven T.; Hanser, Steven E.; Preston, Kristine L.

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Range-wide Connectivity of Greater Sage-Grouse Populations: Delineating Spatial Structure from Genetic Information

Published in: | Research Themes: Birds, Wildlife, Habitat Connectivity

2013, Range-wide Connectivity of Greater Sage-Grouse Populations: Delineating Spatial Structure from Genetic Information.

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