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Spatio-temporal pattern analysis of managed forest landscapes

Habin Li

Spatio-temporal pattern analysis of managed forest landscapes

a simulation approach

by Habin Li

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest management -- Computer programs.,
  • Geographic information systems.

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    Statementby Habin Li.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination166 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages166
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18126319M

    processes and the spatio-temporal patterns they produce. By the end of the term you should have a working knowledge of: 1. Objectives of spatio-temporal studies in ecology and earth science. 2. Concept of causation and experimentation vs. observational studies. 3. Importance of designing a study around a testable hypothesis. 4.   Genetic Differentiation Among Forest Fragments. Our analysis of genetic differentiation among forest fragments revealed low spatial genetic structure within years, and differences among the measures used. For the samples, the global φ pt value was and was marginally significantly different from zero (P = ; 95% CI [−, ]).

    A —km 2 managed forest landscape in western Oregon was classified into two forest types, closed—canopy conifer forest (CF) (typically, > 60% conifer cover) and other forest and nonforest types (OT) (typically, forest) The percentage of CF declined from 71 to 58% between and Declines were greatest on. The influence of wildfire boundary delineation on our understanding of burning patterns in the Alberta foothills 1. David W. Andison. Bandaloop Landscape-Ecosystem Services, Hendecourt Road, North Vancouver, BC V7K 2X3, Canada.

      Wildlife attacks on humans and economic losses often result in reduced support of local communities for wildlife conservation. Information on spatial and temporal patterns of such losses in the highly affected areas contribute in designing and implementing effective mitigation measures. We analyzed the loss of humans, livestock and property caused by wildlife during to , using . Spatio-temporal patterns of the decline of fresh water mussels in the Little South Fork Cumberland River,USA. Biodiversity and Conservation – Keywords: Cumberland River, endangered species, freshwater mussel, persistence, population decline, Unionidae.


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Spatio-temporal pattern analysis of managed forest landscapes by Habin Li Download PDF EPUB FB2

SPATIO-TEMPORAL PATTERN ANALYSIS OF MANAGED FOREST LANDSCAPES: A SIMULATION APPROACH CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Background Judicious management of forest landscapes for both commodities (e.g., timber production) and ecological values (e.g., wildlife) is an important challenge (Franklin and MaserFranklin ).

Timber production has been and. Spatio-temporal pattern analysis of managed forest landscapes: and to examine development of forest cutting patterns under different cutting methods and explore alternative forest management strategies.

A computer program was developed for simulation and analysis of landscape patterns. The primary applications of the computer program were Cited by: Landscape Patterns in a Range of Spatio-Temporal Scales.

Editors: Khoroshev, Alexander V., Dyakonov, Kirill N. (Eds.) Free Preview. Provides deep insight into the geosystem concept by viewing landscape as a 3D hierarchically organized heterogeneous entity where pattern is shaped by topography and substrate that determine the distribution of matter and energy flows.

Urban forest (UF) basal area is an important parameter of UF structures, which can influence the functions of the UF ecosystem. However, the spatio-temporal pattern of the basal area in a given UF in regions under rapid urbanization and greening is still not well documented.

Our study explores the potential of estimating spatio-temporal UF basal area by using Thematic Mapper (TM) Cited by: 2. Computing fire danger and fire risk on a spatio-temporal scale is of crucial importance in fire management planning, and in the simulation of fire growth and development across a landscape.

However, due to the complex nature of forests, fire risk and danger potential maps are considered one of the most difficult thematic layers to build up. Remote sensing and digital terrain data have been.

Quantifying spatio-temporal patterns of forest fragmentation in Hymettus Mountain, Greece Patches are less geometrically complex in managed forests: Mean Euclidean nearest-neighbor distance (m) A factor analysis of landscape pattern and structure metrics.

Landscape Ecology, 10 (), pp. Spatio-temporal analysis of forest changes in contrasting land use regimes of Zanzibar, Tanzania Protection is an efficient strategy in the government managed forest areas, but plantations are competing with other land uses.

KäyhköParticipatory mapping and geographical patterns of the social landscape values of rural communities in. While forest loss rates have declined in some Latin American countries over the past two decades, the pace of net forest loss in Central America has accelerated (Clark et alRedo et alKim et al ).In Central America, land settlement, logging and subsistence farming have long been well-understood drivers of forest change (Geist and LambinRudel et al ).

Spatio-temporal processes involve the development of spatial patterns over time, thus providing a link between pattern and process in plant communities, and playing a crucial role in understanding ecosystem dynamics.

The spatio-temporal analysis shows that moderate woodland dominated in (46%) and (57%) but was replaced by open woodland in which accounts for 58% of the total area of Falgore Game Reserve (FGR) currently. Dense woodland occupied the least area of the total forest estate that varied between 17% in and 1% in 6 Spatio-temporal analysis Introduction Change in spatial statistics Spatio-temporal join count Spatio-temporal analysis of clusters and contagion Polygon change analysis Analysis of movement Process and pattern Tree regeneration, growth and mortality Plant mobility Therefore, the distribution of 16 forest species was mapped and species‐specific spatio‐temporal isolation measures were calculated.

The analysis revealed that the colonization patterns of the slowly colonizing species (i.e. ‘ancient forest plant species’) are best explained by a combination of spatio‐temporal isolation, soil type, pH. Risser, P.O., Karr, J.R. and Forman, R.T.T.

Landscape ecology: directions and approaches. Illinois Natural History Survey Special Publ. information about the dynamic of the forest cover area, the authors performed a spatio-temporal Forests11, 17 5 of 18 analysis using a choropleth map, constructed in a GIS environment.

pattern development in managed forest landscapes and how the patterns and rates differ among ownerships. For about the last 50 yr, timber on National Forest land in the Pacific Northwest has been harvested using a staggered-setting system, in which ha clearcuts are dispersed across large areas of older forest.

Franklin. This book explores the concepts, premises, advancements, and challenges in quantifying natural forest landscape patterns through mapping techniques.

After several decades of development and use, these tools can now be examined for their foundations, intentions, scope, advancements, and. Spatial distribution of forest landscape change in western New York from presettlement to the present. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, Vol.

39, Issue. 1, p. Spatio-temporal analysis pp Get access. Wavelets, boundaries, and the spatial analysis of landscape pattern. Écoscience, 9, – (Cited on page ) Dale, M.

landscape spatial patterns and forest fragmentation in managed forests pn southeast british columbia: perceptions, measurements, and scale by robert george d'eon f., lakehead university, f., the university of new brunswick, a thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philospophy in.

ASSESSING SPATIO-TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF FOREST DECLINE ACROSS A DIVERSE LANDSCAPE IN THE KLAMATH MOUNTAINS USING A YEAR LANDSAT TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS By Drew Stephen Bost A Thesis Presented to The Faculty of Humboldt State University In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Master of Science in Biology Committee.

An Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Landscape Patterns for Protected Areas in Northern New England: Landscape Ecology. Vol Issue 7, pp /s. The aim of this study was to quantify the spatio-temporal changes in land use/ cover (LULC), as well as analyze landscape patterns over a year period () in the Catolé watershed.respect to the wider forest landscape (Duchelle, ; Stocks et al., ).

Other research attempts to seek if there are broad patterns that support the findings mentioned above in the quest for alternatives to strict forest protection.

It is now widely recognized that plans for the management of protected areas should take into account.Computing fire danger and fire risk on a spatio-temporal scale is of crucial importance in fire management planning, and in the simulation of fire growth and development across a landscape.

However, due to the complex nature of forests, fire risk and danger potential maps are considered one of the most difficult thematic layers to build up.