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ECOLOGICAL STUDIES SERIES 
QUATITATIVE METHODS IN LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY   1991
Edited by
Monica G. Turner
Robert H. Gardner

1.  Quantitative methods in landscape ecology: an introduction

2.  Pattern and scale: statistics for landscape ecology

3.  Remote sensing for analysis of landscapes: an introduction

4.  Image textural measures as indices of landscape pattern

5.  Biogeochemical diversity and element transport in a 
    heterogeneous landscape, the north slope of Alaska

6.  Thermal remote sensing methods in landscape ecology

7.  Intelligent geographic information systems for natural
    resource management

8.  Methods for analyzing temporal changes in landscape pattern

9.  Lessons from applying fractal models to landscape patterns

10. The development of dynamic spatial models for landscape
    ecology: a review and prognosis

11. Pattern, process, and predictability: the use of neutral models
    for landscape analysis

12. Models of forested agricultural landscape: integrating economics
 
13. Modeling landscape disturbance

14. A spatially explicit model of vegetation-habitat interactions
    on barrier islands

15. A spatial-temporal model of nitrogen dynamics in a deciduous
    forest watershed

16. Landscape dynamics models

17. Simulation methods for developing general landscape-level
    hypothesis of single-species dynamics

18. An individual-based simulation model of herbivory in a
    heterogeneous landscape

19. Translating models across scales in the landscape

20. Future directions in quantitative landscape ecology

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