Ecological connectivity is a measure of an animal’s ability to move freely across the landscape to access food, shelter or a suitable mate. This case study looks at the Ecological Connectivity Framework developed by the Clean Air and Urban Landscapes Hub, in partnership with the City of Melbourne and partners.
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