First Evidence That Wildlife Corridors Boost Biodiversity, Study Says

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: September 1, 2006   View Article

Conservation corridors are a boon for plant diversity, according to a new study that researchers say proves a widely practiced but still controversial theory.

The corridors are narrow strips of land that connect isolated patches of wild habitat, such as nature reserves, often trapped in seas of human developments such as farms and subdivisions.

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