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Ecological scale : theory and applications

Author: David L Peterson
Publisher: New York : Columbia Univ. Press, 1998.
Series: Complexity in ecological systems
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Synthesizing a literature in ecology, this book addresses the theoretical and methodological relevance of scale within a multidisciplinary context. It presents evidence that the integration of scale  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David L Peterson
ISBN: 0231105029 9780231105026 0231105037 9780231105033
OCLC Number: 231840323
Description: CXII, 615 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme.
Contents: , by T. F. H. Allen and David W. Roberts, Series Editors Integrating Pattern, Process, and Scale Homage to St. Michael; or, Why Are There So Many Books on Scale?, by R. V. O'Neill and A. W. King Pattern, Process, and the Analysis of Spatial Scales, by Robert H. Gardner The Landscape "Level" Is Dead: Persuading the Family to Take It Off the Respirator, by T. F. H. Allen A Hierarchical View of Habitat and Its Relationship to Species Abundance, by Jurek Kolasa and Nigel Waltho Interpreting Multiple Scales in Ecological Systems Paleoecological Perspectives on Ecological Scale, by Peter K. Schoonmaker Space and Time in the Soil Landscape: The Ill-Defined Ecological Universe, by R. David Hammer Ecosystem Organization Across a Continuum of Scales: A Comparative Analysis of Lakes and Rivers, by Claudia Pahl-Wostl Historical Contingency and Multiple Scales of Dynamics Within Plant Communities, by V. Thomas Parker and Steward T. A. Pickett Spatial Scaling and Animal Population Dynamics, by Brett J. Goodwin and Lenore Fahrig Time, Space, and Beyond: Scale Issues in Food-Web Research, by Neo D. Martinez and Jennifer A. Dunne Defining Ecologically Relevant Change in the Process of Scaling Up: Implications for Monitoring at the "Landscape" Level, by G. A. Bradshaw Moving Across Scales: Ecological Inference and Applications Applied Scaling Theory, by David C. Schneider Remote Sensing Applications in Ecosystem Analysis, by John Vande Castle Field Studies of Large Mobile Organisms: Scale, Movement, and Habitat Utilization, by S. Jonathan Stern Scaling and Integration in Trees, by T. M. Hinckley, D. G. Sprugel, J. R. Brooks, K. J. Brown, T. A. Martin, D. A. Ro From Forest Stands to Landscapes: Spatial Scales and the Roles of Disturbances, by Ken Lertzman and Joseph Fall Incorporating Scale in Ecological Experiments: Study Design, by Pierre Dutilleul Pierre Dutilleul Incorporating Scale Concepts in Ecological Applications Measuring Environmental Change, by John L. Innes Managing Ecological Systems and Processes, by Richard J. Hobbs Relationships of Scale to Policy and Decision Making, by Edward J. Rykiel Jr. Dimensions of Scale in Ecology, Resource Management, and Society, by David L. Peterson and V. Thomas Parker
Series Title: Complexity in ecological systems
Responsibility: David L. Peterson ..., ed.


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