Condatis is an online decision support tool to identify locations in which habitat creation and restoration can have the greatest benefits for existing habitat networks and increase connectivity across landscapes. Condatis identifies the pathways that allow both dispersal and multiplication of species as they cross a landscape, as well as ranking of sites for habitat creation and restoration. It has been developed by the University of Liverpool for use in the UK and globally. There are several UK case studies listed here. This includes the use by Natural Resources Wales to show connectivity pathways between areas of broadleaved woodland throughout Wales.