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Historical and Contemporary Geographic Data Reveal Complex Spatial and Temporal Responses of Vegetation to Climate and Land Stewardship
Vegetation and land-cover changes are not always directional but follow complex trajectories over space and time, driven by changing anthropogenic and abiotic conditions. We present a multi-observational approach to land-change analysis that addresses the complex geographic and temporal variability of vegetation changes related to climate and land use. Using land-ownership data as a proxy for land-use practices, multitemporal land-cover maps, and repeat photography dating to the late 19th century, we examine changing spatial and temporal distributions of two vegetation types with high conservation value in the southwestern United States: grasslands and riparian vegetation. In contrast to many reported vegetation...
Development of permeable barriers for groundwater remediation: Air stripping of methyl tertiary-butyl ether (MTBE)
Multiple Electrofishing Removals for Eliminating Rainbow Trout in a Small Southern Appalachian Stream
Bird use of restoration and reference marshes within the Barn Island Wildlife Management Area, Stonington, Connecticut, USA
Remedial habitat creation: Does Nereis diversicolor play a confounding role in the colonisation and establishment of the pioneering saltmarsh plant, Spartina anglica?.
Wetland creation for rare waterfowl conservation: A project designed according to the principles of ecological succession
Cleanup of contaminated oyster beds under the Clean Water Act and Louisiana's environmental and water quality laws.
Rehabilitation of a heavily modified river section of the Danube in Vienna (Austria): Biological assessment of landscape linkages on different scales
Comparison of two oyster (Crassostrea virginica) stocks to determine suitability for use in oyster reef restoration in Virginia