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Corridor Design Blog

News and views on wildlife corridors, linkages, and connectivity

Posted by
Dan Majka on
Dec 16 2009

$8 million to be spent on wildlife crossing structures north of Tucson, Arizona

Last Thursday, $8.2 million was authorized to be spent on 2 underpasses and 1 overpass for wildlife north of Tucson, AZ to provide connectivity between the Tortolita and Catalina Mountain...and our linkage design helped inform the effort!

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Posted by
Dan Majka on
Nov 18 2009

Uncertainty analysis of least-cost modeling for designing wildland linkages

Our paper on conducting uncertainty analysis for wildland linkages was just published in Ecological Applications. Our approach to uncertainty analysis (which can be called a worst-case scenario approach) is appropriate for complex models in which distribution of the input parameters cannot be specified.

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Posted by
Dan Majka on
Oct 15 2009

Creating efficient ArcGIS workflows using Excel and the command line

The command line in ArcGIS provides a convenient way of running multiple models back-to-back without having to write Python scripts. By setting up model runs in Excel, you can easily set up large batches of ArcToolbox runs, greatly increasing geoprocessing workflow efficiency.

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Posted by
Dan Majka on
Oct 04 2009

New download: 2008 paper from Conservation Biology

We posted our 2008 Conservation Biology paper, Forks in the Road: Choices in Procedures for Designing Wildland Linkage, to the downloads page.

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