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Quantitative approaches to landscape ecology

International Association of Landscape Ecology

Quantitative approaches to landscape ecology

Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Conference of the International Association for Landscape Ecology (UK Region), ... Wales, Bangor on 7th to 9th September 2000

by International Association of Landscape Ecology

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Published by Iale(uk) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Landscape ecology,
  • Congresses

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages194
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8477261M
    ISBN 100952426374
    ISBN 109780952426370

    This chapter is particularly important because it is an attempt to quantify, using different approaches, the main attributes of a landscape. Routines and practical examples are provided to guide the Cited by: 4. The quantitative approaches discussed in the book are extensively illustrated with case studies selected from a wide variety of organisms, including plants (seed dispersal, spatial spread of clonal plants), many kinds of insects (such as butterflies, beetles, and .

    In this However, the broad spectrum of conceptual and spirit I have prepared this book, with the aim of methodological approaches has created a non­ summarizing the best theories, concepts, principles focused science strongly influenced by the more and methods in landscape ecology. Quantitative Approaches to Landscape Ecology Proceedings of the European IALE Congress held at University of Wales, Bangor, September Edited by Tom Clare and David Howard.

      Buy Landscape Ecology in Theory and Practice: Pattern and Process 2nd ed. by Turner, Monica G., Gardner, Robert H. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(11). Application of Quantitative Methods in Landscape Ecology: State-of-the-art, Issues and Perspectives.


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Each technique is discussed in sufficient detail to be adaptable to a variety of research problems. Quantitative Methods in Landscape Ecology is an important resource for researchers and students of landscape and ecosystem ecology in understanding and analyzing the 5/5(1).

About this book Landscape ecology as a modern interdisciplinary science is making use increasingly of quantitative research techniques adopted from other fields. So far, no synthetic reference has been available to those wishing to acquaint themselves with new approaches to quantitative analysis of spatial heterogeneity at the landcape level.

Each technique is discussed in sufficient detail to be adaptable to a variety of research problems. Quantitative Methods in Landscape Ecology is an important resource for researchers and students of landscape and ecosystem ecology in understanding and analyzing the Price: $ Each technique is discussed in sufficient detail to be adaptable to a variety of research problems.

Quantitative Methods in Landscape Ecology is an important resource for researchers and students of landscape and ecosystem ecology in understanding and analyzing the.

Monica Turner is professor of zoology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She is the editor of the journal Ecosystems and of a book, Quantitative Methods in Landscape Ecology ().

She also coauthored a major text in landscape ecology, Landscape Ecology 5/5(3). The book is a thorough, quantitative treatment and should be approachable by conservation biologists and ecologists with an interest in learning the details and application of PVA." --William R.

Clark, Landscape Ecology "This is a book we've needed for a by: Turner SJ, O’Neill RV, Conley W, Conley MR, Humphries HC () Pattern and scale: statistics for landscape ecology. In Turner MG, Gardner RH (eds) Quantitative methods in landscape ecology.

Springer-Verlag, New York, pp 17–49 Google ScholarCited by: Book Description. This book is about the birth of landscape ecology. It demonstrates how the concepts of landscape ecology have contributed to the definition of the policy of protection of nature and illustrates the dynamics of populations and communities, as well as transfers of matter and nutrients.

Quantifying Landscape Spatial Pattern: What Is the State of the Art. Eric J. Gustafson North Central Forest Experiment Station, HighwayK, Rhinelander, Wisconsin 28, USA ABSTRACT Landscape ecology is based on the premise that there are strong links between ecological pattern and ecological function and process.

Ecological sys. Utilizes examples, data and authors around the world to communicate to a more global audience; Provides a user-friendly translation of challenging quantitative techniques such as graph theory, spatial statistics, R software, network analysis, social-ecological systems, and object-oriented approaches within the context of landscape ecology.

The text covers the quantitative approaches that are applied widely in landscape studies, with emphasis on their appropriate use and interpretation.

The field of landscape ecology has grown rapidly during this period, its concepts and methods have matured, and /5(11). Quantitative approaches to analyse and interpret landscape spatial patterns have developed rapidly during the last decade.

The landscape ecological paradigm, based on a foundation of island bio. Landscape ecology has been defined in various ways partly because the word ‘landscape’ means quite different things to people with different scientific and cultural backgrounds.

Landscapes are spatial mosaics of interacting biophysical and socioeconomic components (Figure 1).Just as in other ecological disciplines, a spectrum of views exists as to the relative salience or prominence of the. The text covers the quantitative approaches that are applied widely in landscape studies, with emphasis on their appropriate use and interpretation.

The field of landscape ecology has grown rapidly during this period, its concepts and methods have matured, and the published literature has increased.

This chapter would not be complete with only books devoted specifically to landscape ecology methods (Turner & Gardner ; McGarigal &MarksGergel & Turner ), but the aim is to introduce and orient the reader toward the main quantitative approaches to measuring landscape features.

The text covers the quantitative approaches that are applied widely in landscape studies, with emphasis on their appropriate use and interpretation. The field of landscape ecology has grown rapidly during this period, its concepts and methods have matured, and the published literature has increased exponentially.

Quantifying the spatial distribution of landscape elements (i.e., patches and corridors) is a way to determine the degree of fragmentation and spatial heterogeneity of landscape mosaics, Gustafson [1].

from book Ecological Systems: and quantitative methods in landscape ecology. “Landscape ecology investigates landscape structure and ecological function at a scale that.

Quantitative approaches to analyse and interpret landscape spatial patterns have developed rapidly during the last decade. The landscape ecological paradigm, based on a foundation of island bio-geography and meta-population dynamic theories, has emerged as a conceptual basis for incorporating such approaches to sustainable landscape planning Author: R.

Lafortezza, R. Corry, G. Sanesi, R. Brown. Landscape Ecology: Concepts, Methods, and Applications - Kindle edition by Burel, Françoise. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Landscape Ecology: Concepts, Methods, and cturer: CRC Press. Principles and methods of landscape ecology are intensively used to model and to manage disturbed landscapes and menaced pristine areas as well.

Students and professionals can find a new version of "Principles and Methods in Landscape Ecology /5(4).Developments in landscape ecology illustrate the important relationships between spatial patterns and ecological processes.

These developments incorporate quantitative methods that link spatial patterns and ecological processes at broad spatial and temporal scales.Landscape Ecology: An Interdisciplinary Approach Landscape Ecology: Application of Results of Fundamental Research to Conservation Biology and Land Management.

Analysis of Spatial Structures. Categories of Landscape Elements From Sample Plots in a Wood to Woods in a Landscape Typology of Patches and Corridors Basic Concepts for Quantitative.