6 edition of Spatial Optimization in Ecological Applications found in the catalog.
April 15, 2002
by Columbia University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||257|
T1 - Spatial Optimization in Geography. AU - Tong, Daoqin. AU - Murray, Alan T. PY - /11/1. Y1 - /11/1. N2 - This article discusses spatial optimization in geography, focusing on contributions of geographers in explicit geographical contexts. An overview of spatial optimization is given, as well as illustrative by: Spatial arrangement of active prairie dog colonies within a ferret reintroduction area is optimized over time for maximum expected adult ferret population, This modeling approach is applied in an exploratory case study to a black-footed ferret reintroduction program in Badlands National Park and Buffalo Gap National Grassland, South by:
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Spatial Optimization in Ecological Applications. Spatial Optimization in Ecological Applications. John Hof and Michael Bevers this book explains how capturing ecological relationships across a landscape with pragmatic optimization models can be applied to real world problems. Using linear programming, Hof and Bevers show how it is.
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Format: Paperback. Spatial Optimization in Ecological Applications Book Description: Whether discussing habitat placement for the northern spotted owl or black-tailed prairie dog or strategies for controlling exotic pests, this book explains how capturing ecological relationships across a landscape with pragmatic optimization models can be applied to real world.
When we completed Spatial Optimization for Managed Ecosystems (Hof and Bevers ), we immediately identified two shortcomings. First, although we suggested the use of optimization models for developing theoretical hypotheses about ecosystems, we presented no examples, so the point may have been lost.
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Spatial optimization in ecological applications. [John G Hof; Michael Bevers] -- Whether discussing habitat placement for the northern spotted owl or black-tailed prairie dog or strategies for controlling exotic pests, this book explains how capturing ecological relationships.
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Whether discussing habitat placement for the northern spotted owl or Brand: Columbia University Press. Whether discussing habitat placement for the northern spotted owl or black-tailed prairie dog or strategies for controlling exotic pests, this book explains how capturing ecological relationships across a landscape with pragmatic optimization models can be applied to real world problems.
The book “Spatial Optimization in Ecological Applications” by John G. Hof and Michael Bevers aims to provide tools to help answer these sorts of questions. In scope, it is an attempt to answer a question that all conservation ecologists should consider, "How can we best manage natural resources and develop hypotheses about ecosystems?"Author: Michael McCarthy.
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Using linear programming, Hof and Bevers show how it is possible for the researcher to include many thousands.
Research in spatial optimization has expanded over the years. This expansion is due in part to increasing computational power and availability of computers, better general purpose commercial products like Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and optimization software, fourth generation computer language tools like visual studio and C++, and high resolution displays.
Spatial analysis is a research paradigm that provides a unique set of techniques and methods for analysing events—events in a very general sense—that are located in geographical space (see Table 1).Spatial analysis involves spatial modeling, which includes models of location-allocation, spatial interaction, spatial choice and search, spatial optimization, and space-time.
Tong and Murray () provide a comprehensive review of spatial optimization models and their applications. Spatial optimization involves formulating a geographic problem of interest into a set.
Urban green space (UGS) is important in urban systems, as it benefits economic development, ecological conservation, and living conditions. Many studies have evaluated the economic, ecological, and social value of UGS worldwide, and spatial optimization for UGS has been carried out to maximize its value.
However, few studies have simultaneously examined these three values of UGS in one Author: Yuhan Yu, Wenting Zhang, Peihong Fu, Wei Huang, Keke Li, Kai Cao. Book January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a.
Spatial optimization is a methodology used to maximize or minimize a management objective, given the limited area, finite resources, and spatial relationships in an ecosystem. Optimization approaches can be used to evaluate a great variety of options and allow tradeoff analyses that might be impossible with other methods.
This book presents ideas and methods for directly optimizing the spatial. DELMELLE E. SPATIAL OPTIMIZATION : B. WHARF (ED). ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HUMAN GEOGRAPHY: SPATIAL OPTIMIZATION METHODS Spatial optimization is concerned with maximizing or minimizing an objective related to a problem of geographic nature, such as route selection, location-allocation modeling, spatialFile Size: 47KB.
Multiple criteria dynamic spatial optimization to manage water quality on a watershed scale, Transaction of American Society of Agricultural Engineers, 43(2)– Google Cited by: 2.The Ecological Society of America publishes six journals with its publishing partner, John Wiley & Sons.
ESA journals are among the most widely read and cited journals in the field of ecology, and we welcome your submissions. Ecology publishes articles that report on the basic elements of ecological research.Addressing this gap, Handbook of Spatial Point-Pattern Analysis in Ecology shows how the techniques of point-pattern analysis are useful for tackling ecological problems.
Within an ecological framework, the book guides readers through a variety of methods for different data types and aids in the interpretation of the results obtained by point.