sábado, 27 de junio de 2009

Modelos para la Planificación de Conservación de Vida Silvestres en Grandes Áreas

Publicado por Maverick Panditas


Models for Planning Wildlife Conservation in Large Landscapes
Autor: Joshua J. Millspaugh and Frank R. Thompson III (editors)
Idioma: Inglés
Número de páginas: 720
Materia: Biología, Veterinaria
Año: 2008
Formato: PDF
ISBN: 0123736315

CONTENIDO:

General Principles for Developing Landscape Models for Wildlife Conservation
Application of Population Viability Analysis to Landscape Conservation Planning
Multispecies Conservation Planning on US. Federal Lands Geographic Approaches to Biodiversity Conservation_Implications of Scale and Error to Landscape Planning
Social and Economic Considerations for Planning Wildlife Conservation in Large Landscapes
Landscape Considerations for Conservation Planning on Private Lands
A Multiscale Stepwise Approximation Approach for Wildlife Conservation
Assessment and Planning
An Emerging Agency-Based Approach to Conser'Ang Populations Through Strategic Habitat Conservation
A Review of Methods for Quantifying Wildlife Habitat in Large Landscapes
Wildlife Habitat-Relationships Models Description and Evaluation of Existing Frameworks
Lessons Learned from Using GIS to Model Landscape-Level Wildlife Habitat
A Review of LANDIS and Other Forest Landscape Models for Integration with Wildlife Models
Simulating Landscape Change Using the Landscape Management System
Development and Application of Habitat Suitability Models to Large Landscapes
Modeling Understory Vegetation and Its Response to Fire
Validation of Landscape-Scale Decision Support Models That Predict
Vegetation and Wildlife Dynamics
Methods for Determining Viability of Wildlife Populations in Large Landscapes
Dynamic Landscape Metapopulation Models and Sustainable Forest Management
Habitat Networks for Terrestrial Wildlife_Concepts and Case Studies
Landscape-Level Planning for Conservation of Wetland Birds in the U S
Prairie Pothole Region
Plum Creek's Central Cascades Habitat Conservation Plan and Modeling for the Northern Spotted Ovi
Application of Models to Conservation Planning for Terrestrial Birds in North America
Modeling Bird Responses to Predicted Changes in Land Cover in an Urbanizing Region
A Decision Framework for Choosing Models in Large-Scale Wildlife
Conservation Planning


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