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Resilient and Connected Landscapes

Resilient and Connected Landscapes for Terrestrial Conservation. This is the final report for the North Atlantic LCC-sponsored "Permeable Landscapes" project. Benefiting from additional funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the report is a significant expansion from the original LCC-supported component, which is now Chapter 3 ("Landscape Permeability"). See also Chapter 6, section 7, "Mitigating Road Crossings."

Publication Date: 2016

Modification Date: Wed Oct 5 15:22:30 2016

Contributors: Mark G. Anderson , Analie Barnett , Melissa Clark , Arlene Olivero Sheldon , John Prince , Barbara Vickery

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