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- Peters, Debra P. C., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Landscape ecology 2006 v.21 no.1 pp. 19-33
- climate change; ecosystems; ecotones; environmental factors; humans; landscapes; prediction
- ... Human modification of landscapes overlying natural environmental heterogeneity is resulting in an increase in the numbers and types of ecological patches and their intervening boundaries. In this paper, we describe an operational framework for understanding and predicting dynamics of these biotic transitions for a range of environmental conditions across multiple spatial scales. We define biotic t ...
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- Bioscience 2009 v.59 no.8 pp. 699
- data collection; ecology; environmental science; knowledge
- ... Ecology is a leading discipline in the synthesis of diverse knowledge. Ecologists have had considerable experience in bringing together diverse,multinational data sets, disciplines, and cultural perspectives to address a wide range of issues in basic and applied science. Now is the time to build on this foundation and invest in ecological synthesis through new national or international programs. W ...