Further Reading

Calabrese JM and Fagan WF (2004) A comparison-shopper's guide to connectivity metrics. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2: 529-536.

Damschen EI, Haddad NM, Orrock JL, Tewksbury JJ, and Levey DJ (2006) Corridors increase plant species richness at large scales. Science 313: 1284-1286.

Haddad NM, Bowne DR, Cunningham A, et al. (2003) Corridor use by diverse taxa. Ecology 84: 609-615.

Hanski I (1998) Metapopulation Ecology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hilty JA, Lidicker WZ, Jr., and Merenlender AM (2006) Corridor Ecology: The Science and Practice of Linking Landscapes for Biodiversity Conservation. London: Island Press.

Keitt TH, Urban DL, and Milne BT (1997) Detecting critical scales in fragmented landscapes. Conservation Ecology (online) 1(1): 4, http://www.consecol.org/vol1/iss1/art4/ (accessed October 07).

Spielman D, Brook BW, and Frankham R (2004) Most species are not driven to extinction before genetic factors impact them. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 101: 15261-15264.

Tischendorf L and Fahrig L (2000) How should we measure landscape connectivity? Landscape Ecology 15: 633-641.

With KA (1999) Is landscape connnectivity necessary and sufficient for wildlife management? In: Rochelle JA, Lehmann LA, and Wisniewski J (eds.) Forest Fragmentation: Wildlife and Management Implications, pp. 97-115. Leiden: Koninklijke Brill NV.

With KA, Gardner RH, and Turner MG (1997) Landscape connectivity and population distributions in heterogeneous environments. Oikos 78: 151-169.

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