Corridors Increase Plant Species Richness at Large Scales

Ellen Damschen, Nick Haddad, John Orrock, Joshua Tewksbury and Douglas Levey


Reports
Science 313, 5791 (2006)

Patches of pine forest connected by corridors retain more native plant species than isolated patches, reinforcing the utility of connective corridors in conservation efforts.
Abstract 

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Posted on April 11, 2007