Delimitation of biological corridors in Southeastern Mexico
Track: Environmental Management
Authors: Tonantzin Camacho, Enrique Muņoz
Delimitation and regionalization of biological corridors in Southeastern Mexico has been possible through GIS techniques, in order to preserve biodiversity, improve landscape connectivity and slow down deforestation processes in areas of high ecological relevance. Territorial management is promoted throughout the region with sustainable productive projects which, additionally, strive to improve the quality of life of local human populations.