Arizona Landscape Integrity and Wildlife Connectivity Assessment
Common practices for connectivity modeling generally involve assessments of habitat suitability as an indicator for species movement. This contributes to one of the largest assumptions implicit in connectivity modeling – that wildlife choose routes for movement based on the same cues they use to select habitat
Perkl, R.M. 2013. Arizona Landscape Integrity and Wildlife Connectivity Assessment. Prepared for Arizona Game and Fish Department Statewide Connectivity Team. Tucson: The University of Arizona. January 1.
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