Landscape Connectivity for an Endangered Carnivore: Habitat Conservation and Road Mitigation for Ocelots in the US
Author(s): Amanda M. Veals, Joseph D. Holbrook, Michael J. Cherry, Tyler A. Campbell, John H. Young Jr., and Michael E. Tewes
Published: December 2022
Maintaining landscape connectivity for wildlife has become a conservation priority in response to increasing land development and road networks. Roads affect many wildlife populations worldwide, with the distribution and density of roads having negative impacts on gene flow and landscape connectivity.
Veals, A. M., J. D. Holbrook, M. J. Cherry, T. A. Campbell, J. H. Young Jr., and M. E. Tewes. 2022. “Landscape Connectivity for an Endangered Carnivore: Habitat Conservation and Road Mitigation for Ocelots in the US.” Landscape Ecology: 2022. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10980-022-01569-8