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Habitat Connectivity - The ecological basis for landscape permeability as a means of facilitating the adaptive response of species to climate change - WC0705

Description
The aims of the Pilot Study are to identify and test the most suitable and accepted methodology and data sources for the production of UK and country level indicators of functional habitat connectivity and provide recommendations for further development
Project Documents
• Final Report : Habitat Connectivity – review of evidence for landscape-scale interventions as a means of facilitating the response of species to climate change   (1212k)
• Executive Summary : Habitat Connectivity – review of evidence for landscape-scale interventions as a means of facilitating the response of species to climate change   (163k)
• General : Habitat Connectivity – review of evidence for landscape-scale interventions as a means of facilitating the response of species to climate change   (54k)
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 2007

To: 2008

Cost: £46,166
Contractor / Funded Organisations
Forest Research Station (Alice Holt)
Keywords
Biodiversity              
Environmental Protection              
Nature conservation              
Wildlife conservation              
Fields of Study
Wildlife Conservation