Land, Volume 9, Issue 9 (September 2020) – 61 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): One challenge in protecting connectivity across ecological networks is addressing the ability of the network to adapt to changes over time. Many landscape-scale conservation plans and protected area networks are designed and implemented over years or even decades, but few networks consider the dynamics of ecological, conservation, and planning conditions that can occur over these time frames. This study presents an approach designed to inform adaptive planning for connectivity with a suite of analytical techniques in a long-established protected area network in San Diego, California. This approach can be used to evaluate whether protected area networks at any stage of planning or implementation are meeting connectivity goals over time as conditions change, allowing for adaptive management and planning to support and promote connectivity. View this paper
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