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The role of land abandonment in landscape dynamics in the SPA 'Encinares del río Alberche y Cofio, Central Spain, 1984-1999
GIS analysis of spatial patterns of human-caused wildfire ignition risk in the SW of Madrid (Central Spain)
- R. Romero-Calcerrada, C. Novillo, J. Millington, I. Gómez-Jiménez
- Environmental ScienceLandscape Ecology
- 30 January 2008
The majority of wildfires in Spain are caused by human activities. However, much wildfire research has focused on the biological and physical aspects of wildfire, with comparatively less attention…
Habitat quality assessment using Weights-of-Evidence based GIS modelling: the case of Picoides tridactylus as species indicator of the biodiversity value of the Finnish forest.
Regression Techniques for Examining Land Use/Cover Change: A Case Study of a Mediterranean Landscape
In many areas of the northern Mediterranean Basin the abundance of forest and scrubland vegetation is increasing, commensurate with decreases in agricultural land use(s). Much of the land use/cover…
Modelling Mediterranean landscape succession-disturbance dynamics: A landscape fire-succession model
Spatial modelling of socioeconomic data to understand patterns of human-caused wildfire ignition risk in the SW of Madrid (central Spain)
An Agent-Based Model of Mediterranean Agricultural Land-Use/Cover Change for Examining Wildfire Risk
- J. Millington, R. Romero-Calcerrada, J. Wainwright, G. Perry
- Environmental ScienceJ. Artif. Soc. Soc. Simul.
- 31 October 2008
An agent-based model of agricultural land-use decision-making is presented to examine the importance of land tenure and land use on future land cover and results indicate that land tenure configuration influences trajectories of land use change.
Participatory evaluation of agent-based land-use models
A key issue facing contemporary agent-based land-use models (ABLUMs) is model evaluation. In this article, we outline some of the epistemological problems facing the evaluation of ABLUMs, including…
Evaluation of Unsupervised Change Detection Methods Applied to Landslide Inventory Mapping Using ASTER Imagery
- Rocío N. Ramos-Bernal, René Vázquez-Jiménez, R. Romero-Calcerrada, Patricia Arrogante-Funes, C. Novillo
- Environmental ScienceRemote. Sens.
- 8 December 2018
Change detection is a suitable technique that can be applied for the landslides mapping and it is thought that it can be replicated in other parts of the world with results similar to those obtained in the present work.
Understanding land cover change in a Special Protection Area in Central Spain through the enhanced land cover transition matrix and a related new approach.