New Research: Corridors Extend Presence of Species Facing Habitat Loss

An article in the New York Times today shares the results of newly-published research suggesting that species loss  in areas hit heavily by habitat loss may be buffered to some extent by corridors.

Researchers are careful to say that some of the data is based on modeling, and corridors are not a replacement for large-scale conservation. However, corridors are helpful in the short-term to slow species loss under pressure from fragmentation.

Read the article at the New York Times here.

 

 

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