Restore/create habitat connectivity between shrublands
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Increasing connectivity between sites may help to maintain interactions between plant and animals such as pollination and seed dispersal, which can aid survival of plant populations and increase plant diversity (Beier and Noss, 1998).
Beier, P., & Noss, R. F. (1998). Do habitat corridors provide connectivity? Conservation Biology, 12(6), 1241-1252.
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This Action forms part of the Action Synopsis:Shrubland and Heathland Conservation
Shrubland and Heathland Conservation - Published 2017
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