Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Digital Corridors: Connecting Latin America Ecosystems

With this post, we are kicking off a new series on “,” which will explore interconnection between major metros in a region. To understand what we mean by this, wildlife corridors provide a helpful illustration as shown below. A wildlife corridor is a habitat link connecting two or more larger areas of similar wildlife ecosystems separated by human structures such as roads. This allows an exchange of individuals between ecosystems to minimize the negative effects that can occur within isolated populations such as reduced genetic diversity and resilience. Image source: Smithsonian Magazine, Conservation Leadership Programme

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