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Volume 30, Number 4, December 2012

Table of Contents

Special Issue on Restoring Connectivity in Fragmented Landscapes

Design Approaches to Ecological Restoration

p. 263

Links and Winks—: The Design of Ecological Corridors

pp. 264-266

Reestablishing a Healthy and Resilient North America—: Linking Ecological Restoration with Continental Habitat Connectivity

pp. 267-270

Setting the Stage—: Agency Support for Restoring Corridors

pp. 271-273

Restoration Notes

Connectivity Restoration in Large Landscapes: Modeling Landscape Condition and Ecological Flows

pp. 274-279

The Tehachapi Connection: A Case Study of Linkage Design, Conservation, and Restoration

pp. 279-282

Wildlife Corridors in the Udzungwa Mountains of Tanzania

pp. 282-285

Connecting Fragments of the Pine Rockland Ecosystem of South Florida: The Connect to Protect Network

pp. 285-288

The Potential for Agroecosystems to Restore Ecological Corridors and Sustain Farmer Livelihoods: Evidence from Brazil

pp. 288-290

The Coal Canyon Story

pp. 290-293

Strategic Acquisition and Management of Small Parcels of Private Lands in Key Areas to Address Habitat Fragmentation at the Scale of the Yellowstone to Yukon Region

pp. 293-295b

Creating Mosaic-Based Conservation Corridors to Respond to Major Threats in the Amazon Headwaters

pp. 296-299


Mitigating Continental-Scale Bottlenecks: How Small-Scale Highway Mitigation Has Large-Scale Impacts

pp. 300-307

Policy Foundations for a Path Forward in Large Landscape Connectivity Conservation

pp. 308-311

Conceptualizing and Designing Corridors for Climate Change

pp. 312-319

Beyond Ecological Success of Corridors: Integrating Land Use History and Demographic Change to Provide a Whole Landscape Perspective

pp. 320-328

Effective Placement of Road Mitigation Using Lessons Learned from Turtle Crossing Signs in Ontario

pp. 329-334

Design Approaches to Ecological Restoration

Crossing the Road, Raising the Bar: The ARC International Design Competition

pp. 335-340

A Simple Structure Supports a Complex Habitat in Wildlife Crossing Design

pp. 341-349

Tying a Wildlife Bridge into the Ecological Landscape

pp. 345-346

Crossing to Sustainability: A Role for Design in Overcoming Road Effects

pp. 363-352

Crossing to Sustainability: Bridge of Sighs, or Sizable Bridge?

pp. 368-369

Imagining a Wildlife Crossing Structure from an Animal's Perspective: The ARC International Competition's Finalist Janet Rosenberg Team Entry 'R-E-D'

pp. 370-358

Seeing R-E-D: Making a Place for Human Ecology in Highway Crossing Design

pp. 376-377

"Landshape"—: Modular Constructions of Wildlife Crossings

pp. 378-362

Can Precision in Ecological Science Match Elegance of Design?

pp. 382-383

Abstracts, Reviews, and Meetings

pp. 384-389

Recently Received Titles

p. 390


p. 391

Research Areas


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