Plotting landscape perspectives of clearcut units

2510 PRINT 2520 N2 = N1 2530 J1 = B = 0 2540 FOR N1 = ( 2 + B ) TO N2-1 2550 IF N1 = 256 THEN 3060 2560 IF N1 > 256 THEN 3130 2570 P = AC N1,1 ) -ACN1 + 1,1 ...

Author: Roger H. Twito

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Business Challenges in the Changing Economic Landscape Vol 1

Table 2 Correlations among institution indicators Trust (n1⁄490) Self-initiative Individualism (n1⁄488) Post-materialism (n1⁄469) Indicator (n1⁄490) Value ...

Author: Mehmet Huseyin Bilgin

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319225968

Category: Business & Economics

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This book is the first of the two volumes featuring selected articles from the 14th Eurasia Business and Economics conference held in Barcelona, Spain, in October 2014. Peer-reviewed articles in this first volume present latest research breakthroughs in the areas of Accounting, Corporate Governance, Finance and Banking, Institutional and International Economics, and Regional Studies. The contributors are both distinguished and young scholars from different parts of the World.
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Landscape Ecological Applications in Man Influenced Areas

no determine a0, a1, p0, p1, n0, n1 yes yes n1>n0 a1>a0 yes t obs =a 1 /a 0 n 1 =n 0 a 1 <a 0 yes no no no creation t obs <t yes no dissection fragmentation ...

Author: Sun-Kee Hong

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402054884

Category: Science

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Landscape Ecological Applications in Man-Influenced Areas not only expands the concept of landscape ecology, but also applies its principles to man-influenced ecosystems. New dimensions of landscape ecological research in a global change such as urbanization, biodiversity, and land transformation are explored in this book. The book also includes case studies concerning landscape analysis and evaluation using spatial analysis and landscape modelling for establishing sustainable management strategy in urban and agricultural landscapes.
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Principles of Soilscape and Landscape Evolution

This equation can only be solved analytically for slope for the values n1 1⁄4 1 and 2, but can be solved numerically to fit data (Figure 3.5).

Author: Garry Willgoose

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108340236

Category: Science

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Computational models are invaluable in understanding the complex effects of physical processes and environmental factors which interact to influence landform evolution of geologic time scales. This book provides a holistic guide to the construction of numerical models to explain the co-evolution of landforms, soil, vegetation and tectonics, and describes how the geomorphology observable today has been formed. It explains the science of the physical processes and the mechanics of how to solve them, providing a useful resource for graduates studying geomorphology and sedimentary and erosion processes. It also emphasises the methods for assessing the relative importance of different factors at field sites, enabling researchers to select the appropriate processes to model. Integrating a discussion of the fundamental processes with mathematical formulations, it guides the reader in understanding which processes are important and why; and creates a framework through which to study the interaction of soils, vegetation and landforms over time.
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Managing for Healthy Ecosystems

... measures patch type interspersion and patch dispersion N1 Landscape Hill's index N1d A transformation of SHDI, computed as eSHDI; rare patch types are ...

Author: David J. Rapport

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1420032135

Category: Nature

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One of the critical issues of our time is the dwindling capacity of the planet to provide life support for a large and growing human population. Based on a symposium on ecosystem health, Managing for Healthy Ecosystems identifies key issues that must be resolved if there is to be progress in this complex area, such as: Evolving methods f
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Proceedings of Our National Landscape

... element considered descriptive of the landscape is divided into an equal ... B = ( Nj . Nż ? if , and only “ if , IN , < N1 IN2 > NŻ IN2 Nż A = ( N1 ...

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Category: Landscape protection

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Pro Ecclesia Vol 26 N1

It was the 2008 Pew religious-landscape survey of the United States that brought all this home most clearly for many. It showed that almost 30 percent of ...

Author: Pro Ecclesia

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781538102718

Category: Religion

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Pro Ecclesia is a quarterly journal of theology published by the Center for Catholic and Evangelical Theology.
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Emulating Natural Forest Landscape Disturbances

when 100% of the values for the landscape metrics fall within these ranges. ... 2.34 2.87 3.32 2.96 N1 full range 9.21 26.05 N1 80% range(RV) 10.40 17.66 ...

Author: Ajith H. Perera

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231129176

Category: Nature

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This comprehensive collection of provocative papers provides a scientific foundation for justifying the use of and a solid framework for examining the ambiguities inherent in emulating natural forest landscape disturbance. Contributors range from policymakers and forestry professionals to academics and conservationists, offering a balanced view of the promises and challenges of the forest management paradigm in sustaining forest landscapes. The book opens with an overview of foundational concepts, a detailed discussion of emerging forest management paradigms and their global context, and an examination of the ecological premise for emulating natural disturbance. This section also explores the current understanding of natural disturbance regimes, including the two most prevalent in North America: fire and insects. The volume then uses several geographically diverse case studies to address the characterization of natural disturbances and the development of applied templates for their emulation through forest management. The emphasis on fire regimes reflects the greater focus that has traditionally been placed on understanding and managing fire, compared with other forms of disturbance, and utilizes several viewpoints to address the lessons learned from historical disturbance patterns. Reflecting current developments in the field, immediate challenges, and potential directions, this collection concludes with a penetrating look at practical applications, exploring the expectations for and feasibility of emulating natural disturbance through forest management.
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Ecosystems in a Human Modified Landscape

aquatic habitat area and fish ecological status highly correlated (R21⁄40.81; n1⁄46) Summer: CDR 1⁄4 0.59 Â LWD À 0.01; R21⁄40.25, n1⁄427, CDR: Coho salmon ...

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ISBN: 9780080888347

Category: Nature

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Advances in Ecological Research is one of the most successful series in the highly competitive field of ecology. Each volume publishes topical and important reviews, interpreting ecology as widely as in the past, to include all material that contributes to our understanding of the field. Topics in this invaluable series include the physiology, populations, and communities of plants and animals, as well as landscape and ecosystem ecology. Updates and informs the reader on the latest research findings Written by leading experts in the field Highlights areas for future investigation
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A Semiotic Landscape Panorama s miotique

On remarque que les instructions: IF (e) n1 , n2, n3, DO mi = m1 , m2, m3, GO TO n et DIMENSION ne sont dominées par aucune instruction ï (ie ...

Author: Seymour Chatman

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783110803327

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Modern Evolutionary Economics

simplified representation of the fitness landscape which is assumed to be of lower dimensionality than the actual landscape (N1-N), even if grounded in it.

Author: Richard R. Nelson

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108660785

Category: Business & Economics

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Evolutionary economics sees the economy as always in motion with change being driven largely by continuing innovation. This approach to economics, heavily influenced by the work of Joseph Schumpeter, saw a revival as an alternative way of thinking about economic advancement as a result of Richard Nelson and Sidney Winter's seminal book, An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change, first published in 1982. In this long-awaited follow-up, Nelson is joined by leading figures in the field of evolutionary economics, reviewing in detail how this perspective has been manifest in various areas of economic inquiry where evolutionary economists have been active. Providing the perfect overview for interested economists and social scientists, readers will learn how in each of the diverse fields featured, evolutionary economics has enabled an improved understanding of how and why economic progress occurs.
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Proceedings of Our National Landscape

Now , a point A = ( N , N2 ) will be superior to or will preċede another point , B = ( Ni , Na ) if , and only if , | N1 < ni | N , < NŻ IN , > | N2 -244 ...

Author: Gary H. Elsner

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ISBN: MINN:31951D02986746Q

Category: Forest landscape design

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Contains highlights of new developments in managing and maintaining the attractiveness of wildland landscapes.
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Term Variation in Specialised Corpora

... CA nucléaire ou fossile 'thermal, nuclear or fossil power plant' unités de paysage, N des 2 sites et des vues 'view, site, and landscape units' N1 PN, ...

Author: Béatrice Daille

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company

ISBN: 9789027265357

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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This book addresses term variation which has been a very important topic in terminology, computational terminology and natural language processing for up to twenty years. This book presents the first complete inventory of term variants and the linguistic procedures that lead to their formation. It also takes into account issues raised by multilingual applications and presents ways to detect variants in five different languages: French, English, German, Spanish and Russian. The book provides insights into the following issues: What is a variant? What are the main linguistic mechanisms involved in the transformation of base terms into variants? How can variants be automatically detected in texts? Should variation be taken into account in natural language processing applications? This book is targeted at terminologists and linguists interested in term variation as well as researchers in natural language processing and computer science that must handle term variants in different kinds of applications.
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A Life Cycle for Clusters

In comparison, alliance clusters base their strategy evaluation on separate subsets of the fitness landscape (n1-n12 for groups one and two, ...

Author: Kerstin Press

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783790817638

Category: Science

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This book studies the determinants of cluster survival by analyzing their adaptability to change in the economic environment. Linking theoretic knowledge with empirical observations, a simulation model (based in the N/K method) is developed, which explains when and why the cluster's architecture assists or hampers adaptability. It is found that architectures with intermediate degrees of division of labor and more collective governance forms foster adaptability.
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Landscape Ecology in Action

Assuming that n1* is the maximum number of individuals that can stay in a source habitat, the number will be A1m1* at the end of a non breeding season.

Author: A. Farina

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401140829

Category: Science

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In my office I am encased in bookshelves which hold an accumulation of literature on ecology that represents the papers and books over the last 50 years. My students enjoy rummaging through this collection be cause it contains a record of the history of ecology and is full of sur prises. Some of the most recent material pertains to landscape ecology, a subject that literally emerged fully active at the Veldhoven Interna tional Congress organized by the landscape ecologists of The Nether lands in 1981. The subject has developed quickly. It has one or more journals, which publish short works. It has a series of text books. And, it has just begun a series on monographs. One of the textbooks in land scape ecology is titled Principles and Methods in Landscape Ecology and was written by the Italian ecologist Almo Farina in 1998. My stu dents like this text especially well because it is direct, to the point and comprehensive. "Farina" is on loan much of the time. In the present volume Almo Farina again addresses the subject of Landscape Ecology but from a different perspective than he took in his textbook. Landscape in Action focuses on the application of the princi ples and concepts to problem solving. The two books make a pair, with the first technical and conceptual and the second applied to problems of land and water at large scale.
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General Technical Report PNW GTR

... Roaded Management Rx Emphasis Prescription Conserve N1 N4 P1 N1 N4 , C1 N1 N6 ... Future projections of landscape conditions included the short - term ...

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The Dynamics of Strategy

Mastering Strategic Landscapes of the Firm Duncan A. Robertson, Adrián A. Caldart ... In a simple example with N1⁄410, the size of the performance landscape ...

Author: Duncan A. Robertson

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780191647642

Category: Business & Economics

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As the life span of business models reduces, firms have had to review their strategic intent, develop strategic initiatives in fast and imaginative ways, and engage in major reorganization. This book examines the dynamics of strategy and helps to make sense of the processes of strategizing and organizing in a dynamic environment. The Dynamics of Strategy draws on theoretical perspectives that enable readers to describe and understand the dynamics of the firm's competitive landscape, the dynamics of the organizational landscape, and the interdependencies between these landscapes. The book combines research rooted in economics and organizational theory, and also builds on interdisciplinary studies using a wide range of research paradigms and methods. This broad range of theoretical perspectives allows a comprehensive analysis of the complex and multidimensional problems facing the contemporary fi rm. In order to help the reader connect sound theory with the reality of strategy, theoretical discussion is illustrated with case studies of fi rms from a wide range of industries. Written for managers and management students, The Dynamics of Strategy provides a roadmap to understanding the dynamics of organizing and strategizing.
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