Applying Circuit Theory for Corridor Expansion and Management at Regional Scales – Tiling, Pinch Points, and Omnidirectional Connectivity (2014)
This study tests the functionality of modifying the Circuitscape model to allow the creation of omnidirectional connectivity maps illustrating flow paths and variations in the ease of travel across a large study area.
This report identifies key areas for conservation in the Southeast region in the face of climate change, based on land characteristics that increase diversity and resilience.
This report provides a common, consistent map of terrestrial habitats for the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region to guide wildlife management and conservation across jurisdictional borders, and aid in the implementation of State Wildlife Action Plans.
This article explores the similarity between today’s forests to those prior to European colonization in northeastern United States.
This study documents regional conservation partnerships (RCPs) growth and characteristics and analyzes which attributes most contribute to their ability to conserve land.
This document presents a system for measuring the status of landscape connectivity in eight landscape linkage areas across the Northern Appalachian – Acadian ecoregion. These linkages were identified by the Staying Connected Initiative (SCI) as part of its mission to protect and maintain landscape connectivity across the Northern Appalachians for the benefit of wide-ranging, forest-dwelling […]
This report identifies key areas for conservation in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region based on land characteristics that increase diversity and resilience.
Modeling Landscape Permeability – A description of two methods to model Landscape Permeability (2012)
As part of The Nature Conservancy’s Terrestrial Resilience project, this report describes two separate analytical models to assess different aspects of the local and regional nature of landscape permeability.