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Predicting Landscapes from Environmental Conditions Using Generative Networks [article]

Christian Requena-Mesa, Markus Reichstein, Miguel Mahecha, Basil Kraft, Joachim Denzler
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Here, we ask whether landscapes, as seen from space, can be statistically predicted from pertinent environmental conditions.  ...  Landscapes are meaningful ecological units that strongly depend on the environmental conditions.  ...  We aim to demonstrate that it is possible to predict landscapes -as seen from space-that behave as real for hypothetical environmental conditions.  ... 
arXiv:1909.10296v1 fatcat:3ys6dhtp4ja5xmzlb3ajncfoo4

A Landscape Epidemiological Approach for Predicting Chronic Wasting Disease: A Case Study in Virginia, US

Steven N Winter, Megan S Kirchgessner, Emmanuel A Frimpong, Luis E Escobar
2021 Frontiers in Veterinary Science  
We aimed to provide guidance for wildlife disease management by identifying the extent to which CWD-positive cases can be reliably predicted from landscape conditions.  ...  We provided significant support that vegetation phenology data representing landscape conditions can predict and map CWD transmission risk.  ...  Note that hypervolumes from home ranges generally occupied smaller volumes in environmental space despite equal sample sizes. of environmental conditions (74) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fvets.2021.698767 pmid:34504887 pmcid:PMC8421794 fatcat:wgcp3bp7xzepdenrp4kit4upau

Impact of landscape predictors on climate change modelling of species distributions: a case study with Eucalyptus fastigata in southern New South Wales, Australia

Mike P. Austin, Kimberly P. Van Niel
2010 Journal of Biogeography  
Recognition of extensive optimal habitat conditions and potential refugia was dependent on the use of high-resolution landscape data.  ...  Aim We consider three questions. (1) How different are the predicted distribution maps when climate-only and climate-plus-terrain models are developed from highresolution data?  ...  Similar patterns are seen with the climate-plus-landscape model predictions (Fig. 4b) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2010.02415.x fatcat:beo5imgqevc3fjghooxzthocz4

Towards a coherent philosophy for modelling the environment

K. Beven
2002 Proceedings of the Royal Society A  
A new approach arising out of the concept of equifinality of models (structures and parameter sets) in application is outlined in the form of an uncertain "landscape space" to model space mapping.  ...  The possibility of hypothesis testing within this framework is proposed as a means of refining the mapping, with a focus on the differentiation of function within the model space.  ...  Earlier versions of the manuscript have been improved as a result of many comments and suggestions, particularly from Rodger Grayson, Rob Lamb, Adam Morton, and Thorsten Wagener, but any inconsistencies  ... 
doi:10.1098/rspa.2002.0986 fatcat:kwkpfswu4rhlpgtxlctywac62e

Molecular Fitness Landscapes from High-Coverage Sequence Profiling

Celia Blanco, Evan Janzen, Abe Pressman, Ranajay Saha, Irene A. Chen
2019 Annual Review of Biophysics  
The function of fitness (or molecular activity) in the space of all possible sequences is known as the fitness landscape.  ...  We review the progress of high-throughput studies in mapping molecular fitness landscapes, both in vitro and in vivo, as well as opportunities for future research.  ...  Acknowledgements Funding from the Simons Foundation (grant no. 290356), NASA (grant no.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-biophys-052118-115333 pmid:30601678 fatcat:beftv6wserfjhecdl5yyehbf2u

GIS-Based Urban Agglomeration Landscape Dynamic Observation and Simulation Prediction Algorithm

Meng Liu, Yanqiong Li
2022 Journal of Sensors  
Taking the existing research results as the first point of experimental research, combined with the relevant research results of design, the dynamic observation and simulation prediction algorithm of urban  ...  has a very large space to play.  ...  The value of land parcels sensitively reflects various land use conditions such as location, urban facilities, and environmental factors.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/8117539 fatcat:gefuseuyd5hbhp2m2pfdo2moli

Conceptual proposal of the landscape as an environmental indicator for the spatial and temporal study of the territory

María Josefa Jiménez-Moreno, Miguel J. Escalona-Maurice, Rodrigo Rodríguez-Laguna, Ramón Razo-Zarate, Otilio A. Acevedo-Sandoval
2021 AgroProductividad  
Approach: Different methodological concepts of the landscape and environmental indicators were reviewed, as well as their characteristics to describe and evaluate the environment.  ...  Conclusion: Landscape is an integral component that describes the biotic and abiotic elements of a given space.  ...  For example, a landscape seen as an environmental indicator describes the climate, flora, fauna, soil types, as well as the consequences of human activities on the ecosystem and the magnitude of environmental  ... 
doi:10.32854/agrop.v14i8.1782 fatcat:vbsdvseqrzh7nbaowyh2npyyoq

The Interaction between Public Environmental Art Sculpture and Environment Based on the Analysis of Spatial Environment Characteristics

Yuhong Wang
2022 Scientific Programming  
The landscape index can be predicted and analyzed more accurately using a dynamic model of landscape pattern from remote sensing and a geographic information system.  ...  Experiments show that this algorithm's prediction accuracy has significantly improved, providing a solid foundation for landscape ecological management and planning.  ...  landscape index prediction results.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/5168975 doaj:a5fb9514e30c41a397a54a71c93d3670 fatcat:soznuxwexncsrcc4g3odircoze

DERIVATION OF THE EVALUATION STRUCTURE OF VIEWS FROM WINDOWS IN COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

Takuya MURACHI, Yoshiro HORI, Shigeki MATSUNAGA, Nozomu YOSHIZAWA
2019 Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)  
buildings were conducted and the relationship between psychological value judgement of views and the environmental conditions was examined through covariance structure analysis.  ...  As a result, "good view" is determined by three factors: "clarity", "wide view", "landscape evaluation", and "clarity" has the strongest influence on "good views". , , ,  ...  from environmental items.  ... 
doi:10.3130/aije.84.729 fatcat:v3mz3bmarjf45gzr7zdmboxpjq

Modeling Habitat Suitability for Moose in Coastal Northern Sweden: EmpiricalvsProcess-oriented Approaches

Holger Dettki, Ronny Löfstrand, Lars Edenius
2003 Ambio  
the predicted resource space.  ...  The distribution described by such a model is defined as the 'predicted resource space' (Fig. 1 ).  ... 
doi:10.1579/0044-7447-32.8.549 fatcat:s2hx45yj5vei3hibwnboendwoa

The Gradient Paradigm: A Conceptual and Analytical Framework for Landscape Ecology [chapter]

Samuel A. Cushman, Kevin Gutzweiler, Jeffrey S. Evans, Kevin McGarigal
2010 Spatial Complexity, Informatics, and Wildlife Conservation  
environmental space that consists of resources and conditions necessary and sufficient for the survival and reproduction of the species.  ...  This mapping of niche suitability onto complex landscapes is the fundamental task required to predict individualistic species responses to complexes of environmental conditions across landscapes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-4-431-87771-4_5 fatcat:ke5dvjwt35gwxjqbqaraq5d4yi

The influence of stochasticity, landscape structure and species traits on abundant–centre relationships

Tad A. Dallas, Luca Santini
2020 Ecography  
We simulate a species spreading across a set of replicated artificial landscapes to examine the expected level of support for abundant-centre relationships in geographic and niche space.  ...  Our results suggest that even in carefully constructed artificial landscapes designed to demonstrate abundant-centre dynamics, the incorporation of small amounts of demographic stochasticity, environmental  ...  One clear example is the incorporation of environmental stochasticity, as most natural systems have temporally varying climatic conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ecog.05164 fatcat:mddbtk3e4nhrzgddkbie5vokbm

Defining the scale of habitat availability for models of habitat selection

Robert Stephen Paton, Jason Matthiopoulos
2015 Ecology  
. 30 Further, we address these problems, by treating the neighborhood of each cell in the landscape 31 grid as an individual sampling instance (with its own neighborhood), hence allowing coefficients 32  ...  At the same time, it represents the first application of a GFR to continuous space 36 3 (rather than multiple, spatially distinct datasets), allowing the predictive advantages of this 37 extension of species  ...  Matthiopoulos et al. 2011 look at selection functions implemented as 340 348 Predictive maps across space and time are likely to be the most pertinent for conservationists 349 and managers (Guisan et  ... 
doi:10.1890/14-2241.1 fatcat:zabhyvjjpzh2dcmfujwnqpr7gq

The sensory ecology of adaptive landscapes

Lyndon A. Jordan, Michael J. Ryan
2015 Biology Letters  
Here, we advocate the continued use of these approaches while directly linking them to perceptual space to ensure that the topology of the generated adaptive landscape matches the perceptual reality of  ...  The multidimensionality of factors interacting to shape plastic behaviour means it is difficult for both organisms and researchers to predict what constitutes an adaptive response to a given set of conditions  ...  From this landscape, we might predict the adaptive optima for foraging on leaves of differing colours (figure 1a).  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsbl.2014.1054 pmid:26018831 pmcid:PMC4455732 fatcat:trdhixklgvd3vhx7qu3hf54ogu

Something from nothing: Using landscape similarity and ecological niche modeling to find rare plant species

Marinez Ferreira de Siqueira, Giselda Durigan, Paulo de Marco Júnior, A. Townsend Peterson
2009 Journal for Nature Conservation  
to locate extant populations in the state, and then a more complex ecological niche modeling approach to predict distribution of the species over a broader area.  ...  Focusing on Byrsonima subterranea, a rare plant of the cerrado biome in Brazil, considered probably extinct in the state of São Paulo, we used a combination of a simple environmental matching approach  ...  We also thank Dr Maria Cândida Mamede, specialist in Malpighiaceae, for confirming the identification of material collected as pertaining to B. subterranea.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jnc.2008.11.001 fatcat:dyqnivmpozfd7kewsjhl7kmv6i
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