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Identifying Corridors among Large Protected Areas in the United States
This study aims to identify potential connections between protected areas in the contiguous Unites States by applying a modelling approach that maps “natural” (i.e., least human-modified) corridors between large protected areas.
Interacting Social and Environmental Predictors for the Spatial Distribution of Conservation Lands
Conservation decisions should be evaluated for how they meet conservation goals at multiple spatial extents. Conservation easements are land use decisions resulting from a combination of social and environmental conditions. An emerging area of research is the evaluation of spatial distribution of easements and their spatial correlates. We tested the relative influence of interacting social and environmental variables on the spatial distribution of conservation easements by ownership category and conservation status.
The Northern Appalachian Acadian Ecoregion - Conservation Assessment Status and Trends 2006
This report measures and summarizes the status of Nature Conservation in the Northern Appalachian / Acadian Ecoregion in 2006.
Resilient Sites for Terrestrial Conservation in the Southeast Region
This report identifies key areas for conservation in the Southeast region in the face of climate change, based on land characteristics that increase diversity and resilience.
Impacts of Landscape Change on Wolf Viability in the Northeastern U.S. and Southeastern Canada - Implications for Wolf Recovery
This research report focuses on the potential for wolf recovery in the northeastern U.S. and southeastern Canada, in the hope that it will be helpful to policymakers, agency and academic wolf biologists, and the conservation community.
Mesocarnivores of Northeastern North America - Status and Conservation Issues
This WCS working paper presents a comprehensive synopsis of conservation issues pertaining to mesocarnivores in the region, with general discussion of threats and status, and species-specific descriptions of history, range, habitat requirements, and responses to human-induced disturbances.
Isolation of peripheral populations of Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis)
This study tests whether the St. Lawrence River in eastern Canada causes genetic divergence of Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis) populations by restricting dispersal and gene flow.
Assessing Floodplain Forests - Using flow modeling and remote sensing to determine the best places for conservation
This study develops a rapid method to identify the best remaining mature and diverse floodplain forests in a three million hectare watershed in New England.
Conserving Forest Ecosystems - Guidelines for Size, Condition and Landscape Requirements
This chapter presents an explicit framework and a set of guidelines for selecting and conserving forest sites as filters for forest biodiversity.
Interacting effects of climate change, landscape conversion, and harvest on carnivore populations at the range margin - marten and lynx in the Northern Appalachians
This article moves beyond simple bioclimatic models of climate change to assess potential effects of predicted changes in snowfall by 2055 on marten and lynx populations in the Northern Appalachians.
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