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Ian leads our team to show when connectivity can conserve rare birds, butterflies, and frogs in the same landscape [pdf reprint]



Review of corridors, showing when they may have negative effects in conservation, and when they do not [pdf reprint]



Julian shows how one invasive ant can benefit from corridors, and reduce ant diversity [pdf reprint]



Learn more about the SRS corridor experiment in this video



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We study the application of ecological principles to the conservation of biodiversity, from individual rare animals to all species living within a community.


We are particularly focused on strategies like use of habitat corridors that are intended to overcome the negative effects of habitat loss and fragmentation.

SRS Corridor Experiment
Nick Haddad