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Fig. 5 | Climate Change Responses

Fig. 5

From: Climate change refugia and habitat connectivity promote species persistence

Fig. 5

U. beldingi population extirpation and persistence over the last century in natural vs. human-modified short-grass sites (“Human Mod.”, e.g., municipal parks and agricultural fields) according to a number of connectivity metrics. Connectivity measures were based upon friction surfaces representing the elevationally informed distance between meadows (a), distance from roads (b), presence of watercourses (c), and the distance from watercourses (d)

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