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Nick Haddad


SRS
                        Corridor Experiment
SRS Corridor Experiment
Corridor Research

For 15 years, much of our research on corridors has focused on large, controlled experiments.  That setting has enabled us to determine how corridors work to increase plant and animal dispersal and maintain populations and biodiversity.

Increasingly, our research has turned to natural corridors within landscapes in need of conservation.  These studies focus on the consequences of corridors for conservation of rare and endangered species across large landscapes.
Butterfly Study
Connectivity for Rare Species in Longleaf Pine Woodlands
Urbanization and
                        Connectivity
Urbanization and connectivity of a Rare Coastal Butterfly
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