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Habitat corridors can also be divided according to their continuity.
The main goal of implementing habitat corridors is to increase biodiversity.
From these techniques, researchers will better understand whether or not habitat corridors are increasing biodiversity.
A major downfall to habitat corridors is that not much information has been gathered about their success.
From this experiment, much was learned about what would constitute a successful habitat corridor (Dole et al. 2003).
Habitat corridors are needed for linking these protected areas so that small populations are not isolated.
He is also an advocate of habitat corridors and believes they are necessary for the survival of animals (3).
A habitat corridor could be considered as a possible solution in an area where destruction of a natural area has greatly affected its native species.
Habitat corridors may be defenseless against a number of outside influences, but they are still an efficient way of increasing biodiversity.
Some animal species are much more apt to use habitat corridors than others depending on what their migration and mating patterns are like.
Habitat fragmentation due to human development is an ever-increasing threat to biodiversity, and habitat corridors are a possible solution.
The goal behind habitat corridors shows the most hope for solving habitat fragmentation and restoring biodiversity as much as possible.
As few as one to four new animals entering a population per decade markedly increases persistence, foregrounding the importance of habitat corridors.
Difficulties in actively constructing habitat corridor and returning biogeochemical cycles to normal raise the question as to whether such goals are feasible.
The concept of an umbrella species is further utilized to create wildlife corridors or habitat corridors with what are termed focal species.
Island biogeography theory also led to the development of habitat corridors as a conservation tool to increase connectivity between habitat islands.
Conservation was also proposed for the interlinking habitat corridors and nearby wilderness areas in the state and upgrade their status as Tiger habitat.
Those wary of moving species instead suggest expanding networks of habitat corridors, allowing species to naturally migrate into newly suitable areas.
Elsewhere, the Bale populations are fairly continuous, while those in Simien can still interbreed through habitat corridors.
Habitat corridors need to be species-specific (not every kind of animal will use every kind of corridor) and corridors can be barriers to some species.
Northfield Habitat Corridors Community Plan, Northfield, Minnesota.
Besides habitat restoration, other attempts to increase population have included building of new breeding ponds, creation of "habitat corridors to connect breeding sites", and reintroductions.
However, where the goal is not just to preserve a few large animal species but to protect biodiversity among all plants and animals, then habitat corridors may be the only option.
A focus of many regeneration projects has been the establishing of habitat corridors that connect patches of remnant forest, and the use of Eucalypts as fast-growing nurse species.
Restorative projects can increase the effective size of a habitat by simply adding area or by planting habitat corridors that link and fill in the gap between two isolated fragments.
But the science and practical details of wildlife corridors are still being worked out.
They have encouraged the creation of wildlife corridors around or even across towns.
The waterway serves as important wildlife corridor on the city's fringe.
They also serve to provide habitat and wildlife corridors in primarily agricultural areas.
A growing part of the money spent by the state on land is being used to acquire wildlife corridors, state officials said.
Other ranchers have come to embrace the idea of a wildlife corridor for equally specific and personal reasons.
A further example of a bird wildlife corridor would be a mountain range corridor.
Much of the Canmore area has been designated a wildlife corridor.
The whole route is a valuable wildlife corridor.
Several artificial wildlife corridors have been created, these include:
"Our buffer strips don't have to be fenced off and they provide wildlife corridors."
Wildlife corridors and sufficient range areas are critical to the sustainability of cougar populations.
The project will also preserve and enhance a wildlife corridor to improve regional open space connectivity.
Despite this, wildlife corridors are slowly being created to link other nearby rainforest remnants.
"Getting the trail, a greenway, a wildlife corridor has been a priority for the town."
"Churchill Campus is set adjacent to a picturesque lake and wildlife corridor.
It will complete a 70-mile wildlife corridor.
This is considered the minimum width for a viable wildlife corridor for multiple species.
Mostly following the trackbed of a disused railway the path is an important wildlife corridor.
They work instead in areas such as wildlife corridors, and teach the communities living there to encourage conservation and look after their resources.
Hedgerows form field boundaries and provide wildlife corridors.
A critical consideration for Moonlight Basin is preserving wildlife corridors and habitats.
For many years, conservation biologists have debated whether wildlife corridors are effective in linking habitats and protecting animals.
But he agreed that the scientific evidence in support of wildlife corridors was still weak, largely because appropriate studies were difficult to design and carry out.
Special wildlife corridors of trees and shrubs have been planted between the orchards as a refuge for beneficial insects.
I opened the door and stepped out into the green corridor.
A new green corridor nearly 100 kilometers long has been formed.
We ran through the green corridors, calling out Rebecca's name.
Indeed, the banks of the river itself constitute a green corridor along the city.
During the election, he promoted the idea of an expanded green corridor.
The river itself would provide public access for fishing and perhaps a riverside green corridor.
They turned into the green corridor, walking side by side.
Down below in the endless miles of glowing green corridors, there was no day or night.
The three parks run into each other to form a green corridor through east Newcastle.
The concept of the Danube as a green corridor is related to this.
California's Great Valley was a green corridor across their path.
Although surrounded by urban development the Valley provides an important green corridor for local residents.
No nuns or priests here, not even a doctor in this bleak green corridor.
Zinnia turned away from him and walked gingerly down another green corridor.
Then he started down the green corridor again.
Developing those parcels, she said, would seriously fragment three green corridors in town.
A remote region known as the "Green Corridor" is home to many species.
The report on the Commission's idea of 'green corridors' has provided greater substance.
Bond stepped on to the train and turned down the drab olive green corridor.
He opened his door and saw the blank bright green corridor wall across the way and closed it.
Wan had experienced machines that broke down before; it was why the green corridors were no longer very useful.
She dropped her purse, whirled, and ran several steps down the nearest green corridor.
Rushing through the green corridor, cooler now because the sun had moved, it occurred to her that the two were alike as sisters.
It is identified by Birmingham City Council as a "green corridor".
Mirbeau was nowhere in sight along the green corridor.