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Predicting connectivity, population size and genetic diversity of Sunda clouded leopards across Sabah, BorneoAuthor(s): Andrew J. Hearn; Samuel A. Cushman; Benoit Goossens; Joanna Ross; Ewan A. Macdonald; Luke T. B. Hunter; David W. Macdonald
Source: Landscape Ecology. 34(2): 275-290.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionThe Sunda clouded leopard is vulnerable to forest loss and fragmentation. Conservation of this species requires spatially explicit evaluations of the effects of landscape patterns on genetic diversity, population size and landscape connectivity.
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CitationHearn, Andrew J.; Cushman, Samuel A.; Goossens, Benoit; Ross, Joanna; Macdonald, Ewan A.; Hunter, Luke T. B.; Macdonald, David W. 2019. Predicting connectivity, population size and genetic diversity of Sunda clouded leopards across Sabah, Borneo. Landscape Ecology. 34(2): 275-290.
Keywordsclouded leopard, connectivity, UNICOR, CDPOP, fragmentation, habitat loss
- Multiple-scale prediction of forest loss risk across Borneo
- Integrating Sunda clouded leopard (Neofelis diardi) conservation into development and restoration planning in Sabah (Borneo)
- Classification of the visual landscape for transmission planning
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