Evaluating least-cost model predictions with empirical dispersal data: A case-study using radiotracking data of hedgehogs (Erinaceus europaeus)
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KeywordsLeast-cost model; Dispersal path; Cost-distance; Connectivity; Erinaceus europaeus;
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