Volume 6, Number 1, January 2011
- Friedrich Recknagel:
Ecological informatics: A discipline in the making.
- Kelsey J. Metzger, Rebecca Klaper, Michael A. Thomas:
Implications of informatics approaches in ecological research.
- William K. Michener, John Porter, Mark Servilla, Kristin Vanderbilt:
Long term ecological research and information management.
- Doreen S. Boyd, Giles M. Foody:
An overview of recent remote sensing and GIS based research in ecological informatics.
- Qiuwen Chen, Rui Han, Fei Ye, Weifeng Li:
Spatio-temporal ecological models.
- Lael Parrott:
Hybrid modelling of complex ecological systems for decision support: Recent successes and future perspectives.
- Tae-Soo Chon:
Self-Organizing Maps applied to ecological sciences.
- Liliana Pérez, Suzana Dragicevic:
ForestSimMPB: A swarming intelligence and agent-based modeling approach for mountain pine beetle outbreaks.
- Grace B. Villamor, Meine van Noordwijk, Quang Bao Le, Betha Lusiana, Robin Matthews, Paul L. G. Vlek:
Diversity deficits in modelled landscape mosaics.
Volume 6, Number 2, March 2011
- Hannes Feilhauer, Sebastian Schmidtlein:
On variable relations between vegetation patterns and canopy reflectance.
- Tom Auer, Alan M. MacEachren, Craig McCabe, Scott Pezanowski, Michael Stryker:
HerbariaViz: A web-based client-server interface for mapping and exploring flora observation data.
- Wisdom M. Dlamini:
A data mining approach to predictive vegetation mapping using probabilistic graphical models.
- David Delmail, Pascal Labrousse, Michel Botineau:
The most powerful multivariate normality test for plant genomics and dynamics data sets.
- Sanders Wong, Madhur Anand, Chris T. Bauch:
Agent-based modelling of clonal plant propagation across space: Recapturing fairy rings, power laws and other phenomena.
- Zu-Tao Ouyang, Mo-Qian Zhang, Xiao Xie, Qi Shen, Hai-Qiang Guo, Bin Zhao:
A comparison of pixel-based and object-oriented approaches to VHR imagery for mapping saltmarsh plants.
- Shuisen Chen, Wenrui Huang, Weiqi Chen, Hongqing Wang:
Remote sensing analysis of rainstorm effects on sediment concentrations in Apalachicola Bay, USA.
- Zhandong Sun, Ni-Bin Chang, Christian Opp, Thomas Hennig:
Evaluation of ecological restoration through vegetation patterns in the lower Tarim River, China with MODIS NDVI data.
- Ralf Wieland, Claus Dalchow, Michael Sommer, Kyoko Fukuda:
Multi-Scale Landscape Analysis (MSLA) - A method to identify correlation of relief with ecological point data.
- Adam D. Kilpatrick, Stephen C. Warren-Smith, John L. Read, Megan M. Lewis, Bertram Ostendorf:
Cross-fence comparisons: Theory for spatially comprehensive, controlled variable assessment of treatment effects in managed landscapes.
Volume 6, Numbers 3-4, July 2011
- Christian Ernest Vincenot, Kazuyuki Moriya:
Impact of the topology of metapopulations on the resurgence of epidemics rendered by a new multiscale hybrid modeling approach.
- C. M. Harris, H. L. Stanford, C. Edwards, J. M. J. Travis, K. J. Park:
Integrating demographic data and a mechanistic dispersal model to predict invasion spread of Rhododendron ponticum in different habitats.
- Xiaojun Kou, Qin Li, Shirong Liu:
High-resolution bioclimatic dataset derived from future climate projections for plant species distribution modeling.
- Zhi Huang, Brendan P. Brooke, Jin Li:
Performance of predictive models in marine benthic environments based on predictions of sponge distribution on the Australian continental shelf.
- Greg Newman, Jim Graham, Alycia Crall, Melinda Laituri:
The art and science of multi-scale citizen science support.
- Jin Li, Andrew D. Heap:
A review of comparative studies of spatial interpolation methods in environmental sciences: Performance and impact factors.
- Bilge Özbay, Gülsen Aydin Keskin, Senay Çetin Dogruparmak, Savas Ayberk:
Predicting tropospheric ozone concentrations in different temporal scales by using multilayer perceptron models.
- Xiaofeng Li, Shuqing Zhang, Chunyue Liu, Roger Cropp, Zhaofei Wen:
Multi-vector composition and its application in landscape patch shape deformation and dynamic analysis.
Volume 6, Number 5, September 2011
- Benjamin W. Heumann, Stephen J. Walsh, Phillip M. McDaniel:
Assessing the application of a geographic presence-only model for land suitability mapping.
- Takeshi Osawa, Hiromune Mitsuhashi, Yuta Uematsu, Atushi Ushimaru:
Bagging GLM: Improved generalized linear model for the analysis of zero-inflated data.
- J. Leclere, T. Oberdorff, J. Belliard, F. Leprieur:
A comparison of modeling techniques to predict juvenile 0+ fish species occurrences in a large river system.
- Shinji Fukuda:
Assessing the applicability of fuzzy neural networks for habitat preference evaluation of Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes).
- Milan Koren, Slavomír Find'o, Michaela Skuban, Matús Kajba:
Habitat suitability modelling from non-point data: The case study of brown bear habitat in Slovakia.
- Luis Dominguez-Granda, Koen Lock, Peter L. M. Goethals:
Using multi-target clustering trees as a tool to predict biological water quality indices based on benthic macroinvertebrates and environmental parameters in the Chaguana watershed (Ecuador).
- Tina Tirelli, Daniela Pessani:
Importance of feature selection in decision-tree and artificial-neural-network ecological applications. Alburnus alburnus alborella: A practical example.
- Zhuodong Zhang, Ralf Wieland, Matthias Reiche, Roger Funk, Carsten Hoffmann, Yong Li, Michael Sommer:
Wind modelling for wind erosion research by open source computational fluid dynamics.
- Luiz Rogério Mantelli, Jomar Magalhães Barbosa, Marisa Dantas Bitencourt:
Assessing ecological risk through automated drainage extraction and watershed delineation.
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- Karl-Heinz Rahn, Klaus Butterbach-Bahl, Christian Werner:
Selection of likelihood parameters for complex models determines the effectiveness of Bayesian calibration.
- You-Shi Wang, Cheng-Jin Chu, Kai Zhu, Ze-Hao Shen:
Effects of inter-specific variability on biomass allocation: A hierarchical Bayesian approach.
- Eric H. Fegraus, Kai Lin, Jorge A. Ahumada, Chaitan Baru, Sandeep Chandra, Choonhan Youn:
Data acquisition and management software for camera trap data: A case study from the TEAM Network.
- Almo Farina, Nadia Pieretti, Luigi Piccioli:
The soundscape methodology for long-term bird monitoring: A Mediterranean Europe case-study.
- Roberto Moreno, Ricardo Zamora, Juan Ramón Molina, Angélica Vasquez, Miguel Ángel Herrera:
Predictive modeling of microhabitats for endemic birds in South Chilean temperate forests using Maximum entropy (Maxent).
- Valerio Amici:
Dealing with vagueness in complex forest landscapes: A soft classification approach through a niche-based distribution model.
- Yuxin Zhang, Keming Ma, Madhur Anand, Bojie Fu:
Multifractal pattern and process during a recent period of forest expansion in a temperate mountainous region of China.
- Pablo Martínez-Camblor, Norberto Corral, Diego Vicente:
Statistical comparison of the genetic sequence type diversity of invasive Neisseria meningitidis isolates in northern Spain (1997-2008).
- M. F. Paisley, William J. Walley, D. J. Trigg:
Identification of macro-invertebrate taxa as indicators of nutrient enrichment in rivers.
- Qiuwen Chen, Qingrui Yang, Yuqing Lin:
Development and application of a hybrid model to analyze spatial distribution of macroinvertebrates under flow regulation in the Lijiang River.