Published on August 13, 2015
As cultural ecosystem services are evenly distributed throughout coastal areas of South Korea, decision makers may employ them to improve the conditions of coastal wetlands outside of protected areas.
Published on February 27, 2014
We investigated the impact of an emerging livestock sector in China's renowned Wolong Nature Reserve for giant pandas.
Published on September 19, 2011
Using the Spatial and Spectral Precision of Satellite Imagery to Predict Wildlife Occurrence Patterns
Published on April 29, 2005
We investigated the potential of using unclassified spectral data for predicting the distribution of three bird species over a region of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula using Landsat imagery and locations sampled for birds through point count surveys.
Modeling the spatio-temporal dynamics and interactions of households, landscapes, and giant panda habitat
Published on July 12, 2004
Taking a look at "Ecological Modelling".
Simulating Demographic and Socioeconomic Processes on Household Level and Implications for Giant Panda Habitats
Published on June 15, 2001
We developed a household-based, stochastic, and dynamic model that simulates the impacts of household demographic and socioeconomic interactions on fuelwood use, a key factor affecting the quantity and quality of habitats for the giant pandas.
Published on January 1, 1995
This paper identifies key factors that have blocked rehabilitation and proposes management actions to address these problems based on the proceedings of the RESTORE Conference held in 1994.
Published on April 18, 1994
A study on linking contemporary vegetation models and spatially explicit animal population models.