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Conservation status of imperiled north American freshwater and diadromous fishes
This list includes 700 extant taxa representing 133 genera and 36 families, a 92% increase over the 364 listed in 1989, and reflects the addition of distinct populations, previously non-imperiled fishes, and recently described or discovered taxa. Expand
Developing a science of land change: challenges and methodological issues.
This paper addresses various data, methodological, and analytical problems, especially those concerning aggregation and inference, land-use pixel links, data and measurement, and remote sensing analysis, required for the sustained development of land-change science. Expand
Diversity, distribution, and conservation status of the native freshwater fishes of the Southern United States
The Southeastern Fishes Council Technical Advisory Committee reviewed the diversity, distribution, and status of all native freshwater and diadromous fishes across 51 major drainage units of the southern United States to determine the status of extinct, endangered, threatened, or vulnerable fishes. Expand
Condition, prolonged swimming performance and muscle metabolic capacities of cod Gadus morhua
It is indicated that cod use both glycolytic and oxidative capacities to support endurance swimming, and swimming endurance is linked with the metabolic capacities of red and white muscle. Expand
An overview of scale, pattern, process relationships in geomorphology: a remote sensing and GIS perspective
Abstract Satellite remote sensing and geographic information systems are emerging technologies in geomorphology. They offer the opportunity to gain fresh insights into biophysical systems through theExpand
Farm-level models of spatial patterns of land use and land cover dynamics in the Ecuadorian Amazon
Abstract Longitudinal studies examining socio-demographic and other contextual factors are vital to understanding landscape change. Landscape structure, function, and change are assessed for theExpand
Alpine Treeline of Western North America: Linking Organism-To-Landscape Dynamics
Although the ecological dynamics of the alpine treeline ecotone are influenced by climate, it is an imperfect indicator of climate change. Mechanistic processes that shape the ecotone—seed rain, seedExpand
Geospatial technologies and digital geomorphological mapping: Concepts, issues and research
Geomorphological mapping plays an essential role in understanding Earth surface processes, geochronology, natural resources, natural hazards and landscape evolution. It involves the partitioning ofExpand
QuickBird and Hyperion data analysis of an invasive plant species in the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador: Implications for control and land use management
In the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador, one of the greatest threats to the terrestrial ecosystem is the increasing number and areal extent of invasive species. Increased human presence on the islandsExpand