Linkages in the Landscape

The role of corridors and connectivity in wildlife conservation

Author(s): Bennett, Andrew F.
IUCN, Forest Conservation Programme ; Australia, Environment Australia
Published: 2003
Series: Conserving Forest Ecosystems Series ; no.001
ISBN: 2-8317-0744-7
Linkages in the Landscape: The Role of Corridors and Connectivity in Wildlife Conservation: cover Photo: IUCN

Gland : IUCN, 2003. x, 254p. : ill., maps.

The loss and fragmentation of natural habitats is one of the major issues in wildlife management and conservation. Habitat "corridors" are sometimes proposed as an important element within a conservation strategy. Examples are given of corridors both as pathways and as habitats in their own right. Includes detailed reviews of principles relevant to the design and management of corridors, their place in regional approaches to conservation planning, and recommendations for research and management.

Note: Includes bibliographic references. New foreword. Also attached a CD-ROM including the pdf of the document, and a PowerPoint presentation by Graham Bennett : Linkages in practice - a review of their conservative value, prepared for the 5th World Parks Congress, Durban, ZA, 8-17 September 2003, introduction to the workshop stream "Linkages in the Landscape/Seascape). This 2nd ed. launched during the congress.

Also available in spanish. Separate language edition
Enlazando el paisaje : el papel de los corredores y la conectitividad en la conservación de la vida silvestre

Work area: 
Forests
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