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S33
Biological Corridors As Conservation Tool for Increasing Permeability of Human-Dominated Tropical Landscapes for Forest Species

Thursday, 27 June 2013: 10:20-12:20
La Paz-A (Herradura San Jose)
Principle Organizer:
Christian H. Schulze
Co-Organizer:
William F. Laurance
Moderator:
Christian H. Schulze
10:20
Introductory Remarks
10:35
Large mammal use of riparian forest corridors in Sumatra, Indonesia
Betsy Yaap, James Cook University; William F. Laurance, James Cook University
10:50
Man-made dispersal barriers will increase the Amazon’s vulnerability to climate change
Kenneth J Feeley, Florida International University; Evan Rehm, Florida International University
Presentations
  • feeley_atbc_2013.pdf (2.5 MB)
  • 11:05
    Protecting forests outside parks: Land cover dynamics in the San Juan-La Selva biological corridor region following a deforestation ban
    Matthew E. Fagan, Columbia University; Ruth S. DeFries, Columbia University; Steven E Sesnie, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; J Pablo Arroyo, McGill University; Wayne S. Walker, Woods Hole Research Center; Carlomagno Soto, McGill University; Robin L Chazdon, University of Connecticut; Andres Sanchun, EARTH University
    11:35
    Howler monkeys as mobile links in human-impacted landscapes
    Julieta Benitez Malvido, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Diego A. Zárate, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Ana Maria Gónzalez-DiPierro, Universidad Intercultural de Chiapas; Ellen Andresen, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
    11:50
    The importance of small gallery forest strips as biological corridors for forest species in a human-dominated landscape in southern Costa Rica
    Florian Hofhansl, Universitaet Wien; Benjamin S. Seaman, University of Vienna; Hellena Binz, University of Mainz; Isabell Riedl, University of Vienna; Stefan Schneeweihs, University of Vienna; Christian H. Schulze, University of Vienna
    Presentations
  • Hofhansl+33-6+June27.pdf (1.9 MB)
  • 12:05
    The importance of secondary forests as corridor habitats for forest birds at the margin of Piedras Blancas National Park, Costa Rica
    Andrés Felipe Reyes Páez, University of Vienna; Christian H. Schulze, University of Vienna
    See more of: Symposium Proposal