To address the problem of fragmenting habitats and ecosystems, conservationists have increasingly turned to biological corridors, areas of land set aside to facilitate the movement of species and ecological processes. Applying Nature's Design offers a comprehensive and insightful overview of the design and effectiveness of corridors. The authors' multifaceted analysis combines a succinct review of the conceptual issues with tangible examples of how the implementation of corridors has played out in the real world.
- Publication Date:
- 22 / 02 / 2006