Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center (FRESC)

Large-Scale Ecology

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Date published: November 13, 2017
Status: Active

Spatial Ecology of Freshwater Ecosystems

Water resources, riparian areas, and aquatic organisms are of critical importance in natural resource management. Yet, they are difficult to map, monitor, and understand in a spatially explicit and extensive manner as can be done more easily in terrestrial environments.

Date published: October 12, 2017
Status: Active

Landscape Ecology of Aquatic Ecosystems

Landscape ecology has only a short history as a recognized discipline, but it has transformed our thinking about the interplay between pattern and process. We now understand that many smaller-scale phenomena are driven by spatial processes, such as the proximity of different habitats to one another, the ability of organisms to move through landscapes, and the dynamics of natural disturbance...

Contacts: Jason B Dunham