Longitudinal connectivity and potential of verges as habitats in terms of their nature, species and context : a systematic review of transport infrastructure
ITTECOP Apr 2014
Projet: Systématique


/ Organisation: Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle (MNHN) - Service du patrimoine naturel (SPN)


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La revue systématique est en ligne :
Longitudinal  connectivity  and  potential  of  verges  as  habitats  in terms  of  their  nature,  species  and  context  :  a  systematic  review  of  transport infrastructure

The fragmenting effect of Linear Transport Infrastructures (LTI) is now well documented. The objective of the systematic review is to focus here on the role that LTIs may possibly also have, as habitat potential or longitudinal axis of movement for biodiversity. By objectifying and contextualizing this role, depending on the surrounding landscape, the compartments of biodiversity or the nature of the green dependencies of these ILTs and the ILT itself, this systematic review will lead to recommendations for managers concerning the management methods that should be favored over their dependencies or the prioritization of restoration / compensation measures in terms of landscape context or taxa to favor.

The COHNECS-IT systematic review protocol is now available online from the Environmental Evidence Journal website at the following link:

The systematic review is online.
For more information on systematic reviews in environmental management, please contact Barbara Livoreil, France focal point and accredited trainer, or visit