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Reserve System

Some analyses for reserve design explicitly treat connectivity of habitat patches through connecting corridors, in which case they represent a type of network analysis. Analyses that include consideration of connectivity between patches take into account the ease with which species are able to move among patches. In addition to distance between patches, it may be necessary to consider a variety of other factors such as the degree to which the corridor provides hiding cover, foraging potential, etc.

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