Assessing Urban Habitat Connectivity: Using Circuit Theory to Model Blanding's Turtle Movement
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Tue, 31 May 2016 15:51:17 GMT
Environmental Studies (ENTS)
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Eblen-Zayas, Melissa; Nega, Tsegaye
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Bachelor of Arts
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Blanding's Turtle;ENTS;Ecology;Habitat Connectivity;CircuitScape;GIS;Circuit Theory;Urbanization;Twin Cities;Habitat Fragmentation
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