Modeling ecological influences across landscape space

Principal Investigators:

William A. Reiners

The general objective of this sabbatical proposal is to promote our understanding of how an event or condition on one part of a landscape can lead to ecological effects somewhere else on that landscape. The proposed research will culminate a program that has been supported by an Andrew W. Mellon grant since 1995. Research outlined in this sabbatical proposal will implement the completion of this larger program by:

1) completing formation of a relational database of literature in which ecological processes and influences are modeled in realistic... more

Participants and Meetings

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ActivityDatesFurther Information
Sabbatical Fellow1st January—31st December 2000Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

William A. Reinersreiners@uwyo.eduUniversity of Wyoming

Products: Publications, Reports, Datasets, Presentations, Visualizations

TypeProducts of NCEAS Research
Report or White Paper Reiners, William A. 2003. Natural ecosystems 1: The Rocky Mountains. Edited by Wagner, F. H. Rocky Mountain/Great Basin Regional Climate-Change Assessment: Report for the U.S. Global Change Research. Utah State University. Logan, Utah. Pages 145-184.
Book Reiners, William A.; Driese, Kenneth L. 2004. Transport Processes in Nature: Propagation of Ecological Influences through Environmental Space. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge. Pages 314.
"Modeling ecological influences across landscape space" is project ID: 2219