You are welcome to join the SI "Green and Blue Nexus", Ecological Processes with Dead-Line 30 September 2018 (more information: https://ecologicalprocesses.springeropen.com/green-blue-nexus).
You are also invite to test and comment the software Circuitscape.
Circuitscape (http://www.circuitscape.org/) is a widely-used open source software program that borrows ideas from circuit theory to assess landscape connectivity. While the range of applications for Circuitscape has continued to grow since it was first developed by Brad McRae and Viral Shah over a decade ago, computational limitations hinder its ability to solve large problems. Before Brad McRae passed away from cancer in July 2017, he received funding from NASA’s Earth Science Applications: Ecological Forecasting program to lead a team with Viral, now at Julia Computing, to overhaul the software and add functionality. Viral and several of Brad’s colleagues at The Nature Conservancy (TNC), with help from many of Brad’s friends and collaborators, are continuing this important work, and we need your help!
If you are a Circuitscape user, or would like to be, please follow this survey link to learn more about this project, and provide your input: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CircuitscapeUsers