Geomatics and Landscape Ecology Research Laboratory Thursday, 24 July 2014 3:20 pm  
Welcome to the GLEL! Recent Publications

The Geomatics and Landscape Ecology Research Laboratory (GLEL) is a Carleton University Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI) laboratory founded in 2004. The focus of the GLEL is to advance habitat modelling/mapping and species conservation science through a synergistic integration of the research experience in Geomatics and Landscape Ecology of its members.


Directors:

Dr. Lenore Fahrig (Department of Biology)
Dr. Doug King (Geography and Environmental Studies)
Dr. Kathryn Lindsay (Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada)
Dr. Scott Mitchell (Geography and Environmental Studies)

More details here (presented to the CRSS, April 2005).

What is Landscape Ecology?
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Czerwinski, Christopher, D. J. King and S. W. Mitchell . 2014. Mapping forest growth and decline in a temperate mixed forest using temporal trend analysis of Landsat imagery, 1987–2010. Remote Sensing of Environment. 141: 188-200. [DOI]


Duro, Dennis, J Girard, D J King, L Fahrig, S Mitchell, K Lindsay, and L Tischendorf . 2014. Predicting species diversity in agricultural environments using Landsat TM imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment. 144(C): 214-225. [DOI]


Eberhardt, Ewen, S Mitchell and L Fahrig. 2013. Road kill hotspots do not effectively indicate mitigation locations when past road kill has depressed populations. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 77(7): 1353-1359. [DOI] [PDF]


Fahrig, Lenore. 2013. Rethinking patch size and isolation effects: the habitat amount hypothesis. Journal of Biogeography. 40: 1649-1663. [PDF]


Pasher, Jon, S W Mitchell, D J King, L Fahrig, A C Smith, and K E Lindsay. 2013. Optimizing landscape selection for estimating relative effects of landscape variables on ecological responses. Landscape Ecology. 28(3): 371-383. [DOI] [PDF]


Melo, FPL, V Arroyo-Rodriguez, L Fahrig, M Martinez-Ramos and M Tabarelli. 2013. On the hope for biodiversity-friendly tropical landscapes. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 28: 462-468. [PDF]


Naujokaitis-Lewis, I.R., J. M. R. Curtis, L. Tischendorf, D. Badzinski, K. Lindsay, M.-J. Fortin. 2013. Uncertainties in coupled species distribution–metapopulation dynamics models for risk assessments under climate change. Diversity and Distributions. 19(5-6): 541-554. [DOI]


Remmel, T K, and S W Mitchell. 2013. The importance of accurate visibility parameterization during atmospheric correction: impact on boreal forest classification. Int J Remote Sensing. 34(14): 5213-5227. [DOI]



GLEL News

The GLEL website (and the Ottawa Breeding Bird Count website) are currently undergoing some renovations. If you find a broken link, please feel free to email current webmaster Scott to let him know.


Two GLEL Graduate students have published a brochure on amphibian conservation. Download a copy here!


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