CorridorDesign

Corridor Design Blog

News and views on wildlife corridors, linkages, and connectivity

Posted by
Dan Majka on
Aug 11 2010

Connectivity analysis toolkit now available

Carlos Carroll and the Klamath Center for Conservation recently released a new free tool that provides conservation planners with newly-developed tools for both linkage mapping and landscape-level 'centrality' analysis.

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Posted by
Dan Majka on
Jul 18 2010

Arizona curtails wildlife crossing structures

Arizona is giving up on wildlife crossing projects which make both humans and wildlife safer.

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Posted by
Dan Majka on
Jul 01 2010

New tools available: designing corridors for climate change

We have a new set of tools available for designing linkages based on topographic-soil land facets. These tools provide a method to complement traditional corridor design techniques in order to better plan for impending climate change.

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Posted by
Dan Majka on
Feb 23 2010

New version of corridor evaluation tools now available

We have a new revision of the Corridor Evaluation tools available on the downloads page. Unfortunately, these tools might not work with the ArcGIS 10, which will be released in Summer 2010.

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