Ecological Archives E096-194-A1

A. Coulon, J. Aben, S. C. F. Palmer, V. M. Stevens, T. Callens, D. Strubbe, L. Lens, E. Matthysen, M. Baguette, and J. M. J. Tavis. 2015. A stochastic movement simulator improves estimates of landscape connectivity. Ecology 96:22032213. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1690.1

Appendix A. Map of the Cabanis’s greenbul study area showing the location of the four forest fragments NG, FU, ND, and CH (dark gray) and the composition of the intervening landscape.

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Fig. A1. Map of the Cabanis’s greenbul study area showing the location of the four forest fragments NG, FU, ND, and CH (dark gray) and the composition of the intervening landscape. The landscape was gridded at spatial resolution of 5 m and cost values reflect relative preference of the greenbul for different types of landscape elements (indigenous forest 1.0, agroforestry 12.0, exotic plantation 24.0, bush 25.0, field 77.0, built-up area 7700.0).


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