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From: Ecological networks: Pursuing the shortest path, however narrow and crooked

Figure 4

Land topography and ocean bathymetry (m) of the Italian region (data from the ETOPO1 Global Relief database; doi:10.7289/V5C8276M). A hypothetical bird species lives between 500 and 2000 m a.s.l., with a typical habitat size of about 15 km2 and a dispersal distance of 100 km. (a) Pixels in lighter tones denote patches of suitable habitat (colored in black in the following panels). After computing Betweenness (BC) and Closeness centrality (CC), we highlighted in red the 20 pixels with highest BC in the binary (b) and weighted network (c), and the 20 pixels with highest CC in the binary (d) and weighted network (e). Note the differences in the identification of the pixels between weighted and binary versions of the data.

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