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FRAGSTATS: spatial pattern analysis program for quantifying landscape structure.
McGarigal, Kevin; Marks, Barbara J. 1995. FRAGSTATS: spatial pattern analysis program for quantifying landscape structure. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-351. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture,Expand
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Multivariate Statistics for Wildlife and Ecology Research
1 Introduction and Overview.- 1.1 Objectives.- 1.2 Multivariate Statistics: An Ecological Perspective.- 1.3 Multivariate Description and Inference.- 1.4 Multivariate Confusion!.- 1.5 Types ofExpand
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Estimating landscape resistance to movement: a review
Resistance surfaces are often used to fill gaps in our knowledge surrounding animal movement and are the basis for modeling connectivity associated with conservation initiatives. Expand
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Relationships Between Landscape Structure and Breeding Birds in the Oregon Coast Range
Human-caused fragmentation of forests is increasing, yet the consequences of these landscape changes to vertebrate communities are poorly understood. Although bird community response to forestExpand
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We evaluate the merits of the two major experimental approaches (mensurative and manipulative) used to study the effects of habitat fragmentation. Expand
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Parsimony in landscape metrics: Strength, universality, and consistency
We used FRAGSTATS and principal components analysis (PCA) to identify independent components of landscape structure in multiple landscapes in each of three large and geographically disjunct study areas. Expand
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Behavior of class-level landscape metrics across gradients of class aggregation and area
Habitat loss and fragmentation processes strongly affect biodiversity conservation in landscapes undergoing anthropogenic land use changes. Expand
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Surface metrics: an alternative to patch metrics for the quantification of landscape structure
A suite of surface metrics for quantifying landscape gradients with potential for landscape ecological application. Expand
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Hierarchical, Multi-scale decomposition of species-environment relationships
We present an adaptation of existing variance partitioning methods todecompose species-environment relationships in hierarchically-structured,multi-scaled data sets. Expand
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A resistant-kernel model of connectivity for amphibians that breed in vernal pools.
Pool-breeding amphibian populations operate at multiple scales, from the individual pool to surrounding upland habitat to clusters of pools. When metapopulation dynamics play a role in long-termExpand
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