Topics of this volume include multiple ecosystem responses to land use change, including hydrologic, climatic, and biogeochemical, with human health and species diversity responses; observing, forecasting, and hindcasting land use change; and regional studies of ecosystem interactions with land use change.Ruth S. DeFries, Gregory P. Asner, Richard A. Houghton ... to Reflect a Stationary Land Use Signal, Water Resources Research, 39(4), 1093, doi: 10.1029/ 2002WR001846. ... J. C. Imhoff, J. L. Kittle, A. S. Donigan, and R. C. Johanson, Hydrologic Simulation Program a Fortran, User a#39;s manual for ... Brittain, J. E., and T. J. Eikeland, Invertebrate drift a a review, Hydro- logical Biologia, 166, 77-93, 1988.
|Title||:||Ecosystems and land use change|
|Author||:||Ruth S. DeFries, Gregory P. Asner, Richard A. Houghton|
|Publisher||:||Amer Geophysical Union - 2004|