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نام کتاب: نويسنده:
Tim Newbold
تاريخ انتشار:
2009
انتشارات:
University of Nottingham
تعدات صفحات:
312
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ردیف نام کتاب نویسنده
1 THE VALUE OF SPECIES DISTRIBUTION MODELS AS A TOOL FOR CONSERVATION AND ECOLOGY IN EGYPT AND BRITAIN Tim Newbold
2 USING PREDICTIVE MODELS TO IMPROVE THE REPORTING ON RARE ENDANGERED SPECIES Ana Rita de Sousa e Silva
3 Modelling spatial dynamics of plant distributions Eliane S. Meier
4 Economic plant diversity and distribution: application of spatial analysis for the conservation of germplasm diversity in Latin America Maarten van Zonneveld
5 Landscape ecology assessment and planning of urban green spaces in Hong Kong Tian, Yuhong
6 Spatially explicit models in landscape and species management Jane Uhd Jepsen
7 Hydrological extremes Improving simulations of flood and drought in large river basins Niko Wanders
8 planning of system innovation in watersheds
9 Satellite data as complementary information for hydrological modelling Hessel Constantijn WINSEMIUS
10 Decision Support System for Floodwater Spreading Site Selection in Iran Mirmasoud Kheirkhah Zarkesh
11 Human and climate impacts on global water resources Yoshihide Wada
12 modelling location-dependent environmental impact in life cycle assessment, water use, desertification and soil erosion
13 Groundwater System Identification through Time Series Analysis Jost-René VON ASMUTH
14 Informing groundwater models with near-surface geophysical data Daan Herckenrath
15 Modelling and monitoring of Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage Impacts of heterogeneity, thermal interference and bioremediation Wijbrand Sommer
16 E S T I M AT I N G R E A L - T I M E P R E D I C T I V E H Y D R O L O G I C A L U N C E RTA I N T Y jan simon verkade
17 System Robustness Analysis in Support of Flood and Drought Risk Management Marjolein J.P. Mens
18 Linkages between streamflow, climate, catchment characteristics Hylke E. Beck
19 Predicting spatial patterns of plant biodiversity: from species to communities Anne Dubuis
20 Modelling and Analysing the Structure and Dynamics of Species-rich Grasslands and Forests Franziska Taubert
21 Mapping and Modelling Multifunctional Landscapes Louise Willemen
22 Spatial models of plant diversity and plant functional traits – towards a better understanding of plant community dynamics in fragmented landscapes Felix May
23 The Effect of Spatial and Environmental Drivers on Patterns in Species Richness and Composition Manuel J. Steinbauer
24 A FUNCTIONAL APPROACH TO MODELLING VEGETATION-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONS IN COASTAL SAND DUNES José António Medeiros Macedo
25 Vascular plant species diversity in fragmented secondary plant communities: a landscape ecology approach Giovanni Trentanovi
26 EFFECTS OF LANDSCAPE CHARACTERISTICS ON FRAGMENTED WETLAND PLANT COMMUNITIES AND EXPERIMENTAL METAPOPULATIONS OF Arabidopsis thaliana SIMA FAKHERAN ESFAHANI
27 USING SPECIES FUNCTIONAL TRAITS TO PREDICT COMMUNITY DYNAMICS Gregory Michael Ames
28 the effects of productivity and disturbance on diversity in stream communities Jonathan Douglas Tonkin
29 THE SIGNIFICANCE OF DISTURBANCE FOR VEGETATION DYNAMICS. A CASE STUDY IN DRY ACIDIC GRASSLANDS. Anke Jentsch
30 Geo-spatial modeling and monitoring of european landscapes and habitats using remote sensing and field surveys Sander Mucher
31 Modelling coexistence of plant functional types in grassland communities { the role of above- and below-ground competition Felix May
32 Modelling British Columbia’s Ecosystems and Avian Richness Using Landscape-Scale Indirect Indicators of Biodiversity Jessica Laura Fitterer
33 Life-history strategies of perennial grassland plants, bet-hedging in time and metapopulation viability in fragmented landscapes.
34 UNDERSTANDING THE MATRIX, IMPACTS OF MODIFICATION IN INDIGENOUS GRASSLAND LANDSCAPES Kimberley Harris
35 Habitat models for plant functional groups with respect to soil parameters and management Anke Kühner
36 PLANT FUNCTIONAL TRAITS AND ENVIRONMENTAL VARIATIONS Stefano Chelli
37 biodiversity and multitrophic interactions in changing terrestrial ecosystems Christoph Scherber
38 Succession versus grazing: effects on the vegetation of inland sand ecosystems Karin Süß
39 RANGELAND MANAGEMENT IN IRAN A SOCIO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND CASE STUDY OF SEMNAN RANGELANDS Leili Abolhassani
40 Effects of land-use intensity in grasslands on diversity, life-history traits and multitrophic interactions Carmen Börschig
41 Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Associated with Remnant Native Vegetation in an Agricultural Floodplain Landscape Rhiannon Smith
42 THE ROLE OF PLANT FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY AND SOIL AMENDMENTS IN REGULATING PLANT BIOMASS AND SOIL BIOGEOCHEMISTRY IN RESTORED WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS IN THE NORTH CAROLINA PIEDMONT Ariana E. Sutton‐Grier
43 Analysis and Evaluation of a Traditional Cultural Landscape as a basis for its Conservation Management A case study in Vikos-Aoos National Park - Greece Despoina Amanatidou
44 Drivers of marsh plant zonation and diversity patterns along estuarine stress gradients Jana Gesina Engels
45 POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE DYNAMICS OF PLANT-PLANT INTERACTIONS ALONG ENVIRONMENTAL GRADIENTS: EFFECTS AT INDIVIDUAL AND COMMUNITY LEVEL LEA LUCIA ANNA MÄRTIN
46 Climate change induced range‐expanding plants, Aboveground and belowground interactions Elly Morriën
47 Effects of Subordinate Plant Species in Plant and Soil Community Structure and Ecosystem Functioning Pierre Rémi MARIOTTE
48 Impact of management on diversity of species-rich grasslands Mgr. Dobromil GALVÁNEK
49 SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF LANDSCAPE FRAGMENTATION DUE TO TRANSPORT CORRIDORS James Holtom
50 Development and evaluation of a diverse dynamic global vegetation model based on plant functional tradeo s Ryan Pavlick
51 The Woody Species Diversity of Hedges in Relation to Environment, Landscape, History, Management and Structure in Northern Ireland Thomas McCann
52 THE EFFECTS OF LANDSCAPE STRUCTURE ON BIODIVERSITY, NETWORK ARCHITECTURE, AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION BRIAN J. SPIESMAN
53 Testing basic assumptions of species richness hypotheses using plant species distribution data Katharina Steinmann
54 Improving Rangeland Monitoring and Assessment: Integrating Remote Sensing, GIS, and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems Robert P. Breckenridge
55 Remote sensing for developing an operational monitoring scheme for the Sundarban Reserved Forest, Bangladesh Mariam Akhter
56 Mapping and Assessment of Land Use/Land Cover Using Remote Sensing and GIS in North Kordofan State, Sudan Mohamed Salih Dafalla Mohamed
57 Integration of Remote Sensing and GIS in Studying Vegetation Trends and Conditions in the Gum Arabic Belt in North Kordofan, Sudan MSc. Hassan Elnour Adam Zakaria
58 The application of remote sensing, GIS, geostatistics, and ecological modeling in rangelands assessment and improvement Seyed Zeynalabedin Hosseini
59 LANDSAT SPECTRAL RESPONSES TO GRASSLAND BIOPHYSICAL CONDITIONS ACROSS A GRADIENT IN INNER MONGOLIA, CHINA Jie Dai
60 Landscape scale measurement and monitoring of biodiversity in the Australian rangelands Kenneth Clarke
61 Spectral Mixture Analysis for Monitoring and Mapping Desertification Processes in Semi-arid Areas in North Kordofan State, Sudan Manal Awad Khiry
62 observing temporal and spatial variability of forage quality Nichola Martin Knox
63 Rangeland degradation assessment using remote sensing and vegetation species Khalid Manssour Yousif Manssour
64 UTILIZING GIS AND REMOTE SENSING TO DETERMINE SHEEP GRAZING PATTERNS FOR BEST PRACTICES IN LAND MANAGEMENT PROTOCOLS Rachel Rae Miller
65 Remote Sensing & GIS for Land Cover/ Land Use Change Detection and Analysis in the Semi-Natural Ecosystems and Agriculture Landscapes of the Central Ethiopian Rift Valley Bedru Sherefa Muzein
66 REMOTE SENSING APPLICATIONS TO SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Charles Kenneth Brewer
67 Hydrological modeling in a semi-arid area using remote sensing data Flemming Hauge Andersen
68 DETECTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND URBAN CHANGE USING REMOTE SENSING AND GIS .jpg Çiğdem TARHAN
69 Multi-temporal Remote Sensing of Rangeland Vegetation for Investigation of Fire-related Ecology at Canadian Forces Base Suffield, Alberta Brent Smith
70 Utilizing of Remote Sensing and GIS for Desertification Monitoring in the Agricultural Areas, Part of Iraq Fadia Wadah Al-Azawi
71 پایان‌نامه‌های سازمان پدافند غیرعامل کشور گروه نویسندگان
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