References and Further Reading

References

Allen, C. R., Angeler, D. G., Garmestani, A. S., Gunderson, L. H., & Holling, C. S. (2014). Panarchy: theory and application. Ecosystems, 17(4), 578-589.

Chapman, R. N., Engle, D. M., Masters, R. E., & Leslie Jr, D. M. (2004). Tree invasion constrains the influence of herbaceous structure in grassland bird habitats. Ecoscience, 11(1), 55-63.

Cumming, G. S., Cumming, D. H., & Redman, C. L. (2006). Scale mismatches in social-ecological systems: causes, consequences, and solutions. Ecology and society, 11(1).

Fuhlendorf, S. D., Woodward, A. J., Leslie, D. M., & Shackford, J. S. (2002). Multi-scale effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on lesser prairie-chicken populations of the US Southern Great Plains. Landscape Ecology, 17(7), 617-628.

Fuhlendorf, S. D., Hovick, T. J., Elmore, R. D., Tanner, A. M., Engle, D. M., & Davis, C. A. (2017). A hierarchical perspective to woody plant encroachment for conservation of prairie-chickens. Rangeland ecology & management, 70(1), 9-14.

Fuhlendorf, S. D., Fynn, R. W., McGranahan, D. A., & Twidwell, D. (2017). Heterogeneity as the basis for rangeland management. In Rangeland systems (pp. 169-196). Springer, Cham.

Hay, G. J., Marceau, D. J., Dube, P., & Bouchard, A. (2001). A multiscale framework for landscape analysis: object-specific analysis and upscaling. Landscape Ecology16(6), 471-490.

Holling, C. S. (2001). Understanding the complexity of economic, ecological, and social systems. Ecosystems, 4(5), 390-405.

Levin, S. A. (1992). The problem of pattern and scale in ecology: the Robert H. MacArthur award lecture. Ecology, 73(6), 1943-1967.

Li, H., & Reynolds, J. F. (1995). On definition and quantification of heterogeneity. Oikos, 73(2), 280-284.

Millenium Ecosystem Assessment. (2005). Dealing with Scale. In Ecosystems and Human Well-being:A Framework for Assessment. Island press, Washington D.C.

Sollins, P., Spycher, G., & Topik, C. (1983). Processes of Soil Organic?Matter Accretion at a Mudfloe Chronosequence, Mt. Shasta, California. Ecology, 64(5), 1273-1282.

Turner, M. G., and R. H. Gardner. (2015). Introduction to landscape ecology and scale. In Landscape Ecology in Theory and Practice (p. 1-32). Springer, Cham.

Walker, B., Gunderson, L., Kinzig, A., Folke, C., Carpenter, S., & Schultz, L. (2006). A handful of heuristics and some propositions for understanding resilience in social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society, 11(1).

Wiens, J. A. (1989). Spatial scaling in ecology. Functional ecology, 3(4), 385-397.

Further Reading

Fuhlendorf, S. D., Woodward, A. J., Leslie, D. M., & Shackford, J. S. (2002). Multi-scale effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on lesser prairie-chicken populations of the US Southern Great Plains. Landscape Ecology, 17(7), 617-628.

Fuhlendorf, S. D., Hovick, T. J., Elmore, R. D., Tanner, A. M., Engle, D. M., & Davis, C. A. (2017). A hierarchical perspective to woody plant encroachment for conservation of prairie-chickens. Rangeland ecology & management, 70(1), 9-14.

Millenium Ecosystem Assessment. 2005. Dealing with Scale. In Ecosystems and Human Well-being:A Framework for Assessment. Island press, Washington D.C.

Turner, M. G., and R. H. Gardner. 2015. Introduction to landscape ecology and scale. In Landscape Ecology in Theory and Practice (p. 1-32). Springer, Cham.

Wiens, J. A. (1989). Spatial scaling in ecology. Functional ecology, 3(4), 385-397.