A Methodological Framework to Quantify Anthropogenic Effects on Landscape Patterns

@inproceedings{Bogaert2011AMF,
  title={A Methodological Framework to Quantify Anthropogenic Effects on Landscape Patterns},
  author={Jan Bogaert and Yao Sadaiou Sabas Barima and Jiancheng Ji and Jun Jiang and Issouf Bamba and L{\'e}on Iyongo Waya Mongo and A Wakatou Mama and Edgard Nyssen and Farid Dahdouh-Guebas and Nico Koedam},
  year={2011}
}
From an ecological landscape perspective, cultural landscapes can be considered as “anthropized” landscapes, in which patterns and processes are altered by human intervention. The importance of the study of spatial patterns in landscapes is justified by the pattern/process paradigm. The emergent properties of patterns reflect two components: landscape composition, which describes the number of patch types as well as their abundance, and landscape configuration, which refers to the spatial… CONTINUE READING
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