Published on April 19, 2013
It is important to use ecosystem services more efficiently, turn households from consumers to producers of ecosystem services, and incorporate household proliferation into ecosystem service research and management.
Published on June 1, 2007
We propose that hypotheses implicating human population density in wildlife endangerment at global and national scales owe their public and academic currency as thoroughly to inductive reasoning and repetition as to scientific experimentation.
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".
Published on June 21, 2004
Demographic and socioeconomic factors of individual people and households may have significant impacts on their environment, which in turn may affect the spatio-temporal dynamics of wildlife habitat and local biodiversity.
Human Impacts on Land Cover and Panda Habitat in Wolong Nature Reserve Linking Ecological, Socioeconomic, Demographic, and Behavioral Data
Published on January 1, 2003
We present an interdisciplinary study of human impacts on land cover and panda habitat in Wolong Nature Reserve.