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Changing patterns in the landscape

Hopewell Settlement Patterns, Subsistence, and Symbolic Landscapes

Influences of the Human Footprint on Sagebrush Landscape Patterns: Implications for Sage-Grouse Conservation

Connecting Pattern and Process in Greater Sage-Grouse Populations and Sagebrush Landscapes

Community-Level Patterns of Insect Herbivory in a Fragmented Atlantic Forest Landscape

Landscape Patterns of Colonization by Subterranean Termites (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) in Missouri Neighborhoods

Social affiliation and contact patterns among white-tailed deer in disparate landscapes: implications for disease transmission

Host-Feeding Patterns of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in Relation to Availability of Human and Domestic Animals in Suburban Landscapes of Central North Carolina

Landscape Ecology of Arboviruses in Southeastern California: Temporal and Spatial Patterns of Enzootic Activity in Imperial Valley, 1991–1994

Landscape Affects the Host-Seeking Patterns of Culex tarsalis (Diptera: Culicidae) in the Coachella Valley of California

Landscape-Scale Habitat Selection Patterns of Monochamus scutellatus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in a Recently Burned Black Spruce Forest

Spatio-temporal patterns of fishing pressure on UK marine landscapes, and their implications for spatial planning and management

Back to the future: using landscape ecology to understand changing patterns of land use in Canada, and its effects on the sustainability of coastal ecosystems

Geophysiology of Wood Frogs: Landscape Patterns of Prevalence of Disease and Circulating Hormone Concentrations across the Eastern Range

Phylogenetic Patterns of GC-Biased Gene Conversion in Placental Mammals and the Evolutionary Dynamics of Recombination Landscapes

Using tree recruitment patterns and fire history to guide restoration of an unlogged ponderosa pine/Douglas‐fir landscape in the southern Rocky Mountains after a century of fire suppression

 

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The existing pattern in the landscape whose characteristics are filtered by constraints of scale and resolution (in space and time) of the reception system. Technically, this system is defined by physical sensors; the human version is called visual perception (Bartel (2000) Ecol. Model. 130, 1–3). Landscape ecology seeks to associate ecological processes with landscape pattern (Griffith et al. (2002) Sing. J. Trop. Geog. 23, 1). See Lü et al. (2007) PPG31, 6 on the interactions between landscape pattern and nutrient transport processes. Misclassification can cause large errors in landscape pattern indices (Foody (2007) PPG31, 4). See Li and Wu, in J. Wu and R. Hobbs, eds (2007).

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