Boundaries and Corridors as a Continuum of Ecological Flow Control: Lessons from Rivers and Streams
We discuss boundaries and corridors in terms of mover specificity, scale, and effects on different levels of ecological organization, using rivers and streams to illustrate our points. We predict which structures will act as boundaries or corridors and at what spatial and temporal scales they are likely to be relevant.
Puth, L. M., & Wilson, K. A. (2001). Boundaries and Corridors as a Continuum of Ecological Flow Control: Lessons from Rivers and Streams. Conservation Biology, 15(1), 21-30. doi:10.1111/j.1523-1739.2001.99554.x