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The Future Human Footprint (FHF) of the Northern Appalachian/Acadian ecoregion projects the extent and relative intensity of human influence on terrestrial ecosystems over a 20-40 year span at a resolution of 90 m using best available data sets on human settlement (population density, dwelling density, urban areas), access (roads, rail lines), landscape transformation (landuse/landcover, dams, mines, watersheds), and electrical power infrastructure (utility corridors). The Future Human Footprint uses as a basis the Current Human Footprint, and projects forward salient, dynamic features of human infrastructure including residential roads, human settlement, and amenity development. It attempts to capture two dominant...
Two views of the impacts of poaching on bighorn sheep in the upper Yellowstone Valley, Montana, USA.
Extinction filters and current resilience: The significance of past selection pressures for conservation biology
Contribution of artificial nest experiments to understanding avian reproductive success: A review of methods and conclusions
Vegetational change in the Suiren-Numa Mire during the last half century caused by human disturbances
Distribution and abundance of Pale-bellied Brent Geese and Wigeon on Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland
Applying ecological knowledge in landscape planning: a simulation model as a tool to evaluate scenarios for the badger in the Netherlands