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Biological diversity
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A physical linkage, connecting two areas of habitat and differing from the habitat on either side. Corridors are used by organisms to move around without having to leave the preferred habitat. (Source: GEMET/DUNSTE)
Connectivity conservation projects create linkages and corridors between protected areas and other patches of habitat, increasing the mobility and range of many species and allowing them to move from one patch of protected vegetation to another. (edited from various sources)


Broader: conservation
Related terms:
ecological network
habitat network
landscape connectivity
wildlife corridor

In other languages

conservation de la connectivité
сохранение связности
conservación de la conectividad ecológica
Chinese, Simplified
حفظ الربط الإيكولوجي

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Multilateral environment agreements tagged with connectivity conservation

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Convention on Migratory Species
Rotterdam Convention