SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Cited in:

CrossRef

This article has been cited by:

  1. 1
    Timothy C. Matisziw, Mahabub Alam, Kathleen M. Trauth, Enos C. Inniss, Raymond D. Semlitsch, Steve McIntosh, John Horton, A Vector Approach for Modeling Landscape Corridors and Habitat Connectivity, Environmental Modeling & Assessment, 2015, 20, 1, 1

    CrossRef

  2. 2
    Spencer R. Meyer, Kate Beard, Christopher S. Cronan, Robert J. Lilieholm, An analysis of spatio-temporal landscape patterns for protected areas in northern New England: 1900–2010, Landscape Ecology, 2015,

    CrossRef

  3. 3
    Jérôme Théau, Amélie Bernier, Richard A. Fournier, An evaluation framework based on sustainability-related indicators for the comparison of conceptual approaches for ecological networks, Ecological Indicators, 2015, 52, 444

    CrossRef

  4. 4
    Prakash Kumar Paudel, Joel T. Heinen, Conservation planning in the Nepal Himalayas: Effectively (re)designing reserves for heterogeneous landscapes, Applied Geography, 2015, 56, 127

    CrossRef

  5. 5
    Thomas M. Neeson, Michael C. Ferris, Matthew W. Diebel, Patrick J. Doran, Jesse R. O’Hanley, Peter B. McIntyre, Enhancing ecosystem restoration efficiency through spatial and temporal coordination, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2015, 112, 19, 6236

    CrossRef

  6. 6
    Jedediah F. Brodie, Anthony J. Giordano, Brett Dickson, Mark Hebblewhite, Henry Bernard, Jayasilan Mohd-Azlan, Jesse Anderson, Laurentius Ambu, Evaluating multispecies landscape connectivity in a threatened tropical mammal community, Conservation Biology, 2015, 29, 1
  7. 7
    Michael F. Proctor, Scott E. Nielsen, Wayne F. Kasworm, Chris Servheen, Thomas G. Radandt, A. Grant Machutchon, Mark S. Boyce, Grizzly bear connectivity mapping in the Canada–United States trans-border region, The Journal of Wildlife Management, 2015, 79, 4
  8. 8
    Hannah L. Mossman, Christopher J. Panter, Paul M. Dolman, Modelling biodiversity distribution in agricultural landscapes to support ecological network planning, Landscape and Urban Planning, 2015, 141, 59

    CrossRef

  9. 9
    Federico M. Pouzols, Atte Moilanen, A method for building corridors in spatial conservation prioritization, Landscape Ecology, 2014, 29, 5, 789

    CrossRef

  10. 10
    Jean-Christophe Foltête, Xavier Girardet, Céline Clauzel, A methodological framework for the use of landscape graphs in land-use planning, Landscape and Urban Planning, 2014, 124, 140

    CrossRef

  11. 11
    Ola Olsson, Arvid Bolin, A model for habitat selection and species distribution derived from central place foraging theory, Oecologia, 2014, 175, 2, 537

    CrossRef

  12. 12
    Spencer R. Meyer, Michelle L. Johnson, Robert J. Lilieholm, Christopher S. Cronan, Development of a stakeholder-driven spatial modeling framework for strategic landscape planning using Bayesian networks across two urban-rural gradients in Maine, USA, Ecological Modelling, 2014, 291, 42

    CrossRef

  13. 13
    Tabitha Graves, Richard B. Chandler, J. Andrew Royle, Paul Beier, Katherine C. Kendall, Estimating landscape resistance to dispersal, Landscape Ecology, 2014, 29, 7, 1201

    CrossRef

  14. 14
    Stephen D. Gregory, Marc Ancrenaz, Barry W. Brook, Benoit Goossens, Raymond Alfred, Laurentius N. Ambu, Damien A. Fordham, Forecasts of habitat suitability improve habitat corridor efficacy in rapidly changing environments, Diversity and Distributions, 2014, 20, 9
  15. 15
    Sara Torrubia, Brad H McRae, Joshua J Lawler, Sonia A Hall, Meghan Halabisky, Jesse Langdon, Michael Case, Getting the most connectivity per conservation dollar, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 2014, 12, 9, 491

    CrossRef

  16. 16
    Ming-Gang Zhang, Zhe-Kun Zhou, Wen-Yun Chen, Charles H. Cannon, Niels Raes, J. W. Ferry Slik, Major declines of woody plant species ranges under climate change in Yunnan, China, Diversity and Distributions, 2014, 20, 4
  17. 17
    ANDREW J. GREGORY, PAUL BEIER, Response Variables for Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Conservation Corridors, Conservation Biology, 2014, 28, 3
  18. 18
    Stefan Rüter, Claire C. Vos, Michiel van Eupen, Hilke Rühmkorf, Transboundary ecological networks as an adaptation strategy to climate change: The example of the Dutch – German border, Basic and Applied Ecology, 2014, 15, 8, 639

    CrossRef

  19. 19
    IARA LACHER, MARIT L. WILKERSON, Wildlife Connectivity Approaches and Best Practices in U.S. State Wildlife Action Plans, Conservation Biology, 2014, 28, 1
  20. 20
    Rose L. Andrew, Louis Bernatchez, Aurélie Bonin, C. Alex. Buerkle, Bryan C. Carstens, Brent C. Emerson, Dany Garant, Tatiana Giraud, Nolan C. Kane, Sean M. Rogers, Jon Slate, Harry Smith, Victoria L. Sork, Graham N. Stone, Timothy H. Vines, Lisette Waits, Alex Widmer, Loren H. Rieseberg, A road map for molecular ecology, Molecular Ecology, 2013, 22, 10
  21. 21
    Kris Van Looy, Cyril Cavillon, Thierry Tormos, Jérémy Piffady, Philippe Landry, Yves Souchon, A scale-sensitive connectivity analysis to identify ecological networks and conservation value in river networks, Landscape Ecology, 2013, 28, 7, 1239

    CrossRef

  22. 22
    Alistair S. Glen, Roger P. Pech, Andrea E. Byrom, Connectivity and invasive species management: towards an integrated landscape approach, Biological Invasions, 2013, 15, 10, 2127

    CrossRef

  23. 23
    Audrey Muratet, Romain Lorrillière, Philippe Clergeau, Colin Fontaine, Evaluation of landscape connectivity at community level using satellite-derived NDVI, Landscape Ecology, 2013, 28, 1, 95

    CrossRef

  24. 24
    Dante D. Torio, Gail L. Chmura, Impacts of Sea Level Rise on Marsh as Fish Habitat, Estuaries and Coasts, 2013,

    CrossRef

  25. 25
    Michel Baguette, Simon Blanchet, Delphine Legrand, Virginie M. Stevens, Camille Turlure, Individual dispersal, landscape connectivity and ecological networks, Biological Reviews, 2013, 88, 2
  26. 26
    Marit L. Wilkerson, Invasive plants in conservation linkages: a conceptual model that addresses an underappreciated conservation issue, Ecography, 2013, 36, 12
  27. 27
    Steve Carver, James Tricker, Peter Landres, Keeping it wild: Mapping wilderness character in the United States, Journal of Environmental Management, 2013, 131, 239

    CrossRef

  28. 28
    Timothy G. Howard, Matthew D. Schlesinger, Wildlife habitat connectivity in the changing climate of New York's Hudson Valley, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2013, 1298, 1
  29. You have full text access to this Open Access content29
    David M. Theobald, Sarah E. Reed, Kenyon Fields, Michael Soulé, Connecting natural landscapes using a landscape permeability model to prioritize conservation activities in the United States, Conservation Letters, 2012, 5, 2
  30. 30
    María Piquer-Rodríguez, Tobias Kuemmerle, Domingo Alcaraz-Segura, Raul Zurita-Milla, Javier Cabello, Future land use effects on the connectivity of protected area networks in southeastern Spain, Journal for Nature Conservation, 2012, 20, 6, 326

    CrossRef

  31. 31
    Craig R. Groves, Edward T. Game, Mark G. Anderson, Molly Cross, Carolyn Enquist, Zach Ferdaña, Evan Girvetz, Anne Gondor, Kimberly R. Hall, Jonathan Higgins, Rob Marshall, Ken Popper, Steve Schill, Sarah L. Shafer, Incorporating climate change into systematic conservation planning, Biodiversity and Conservation, 2012, 21, 7, 1651

    CrossRef

  32. 32
    Diogo Alagador, Maria Triviño, Jorge Orestes Cerdeira, Raul Brás, Mar Cabeza, Miguel Bastos Araújo, Linking like with like: optimising connectivity between environmentally-similar habitats, Landscape Ecology, 2012, 27, 2, 291

    CrossRef

  33. 33
    Marie-Josée Fortin, Patrick M.A. James, Alistair MacKenzie, Stephanie J. Melles, Bronwyn Rayfield, Spatial statistics, spatial regression, and graph theory in ecology, Spatial Statistics, 2012, 1, 100

    CrossRef