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    Landscape Ecology and Wildlife Habitat Evaluation: Critical Information for Ecological Risk Assessment, Land-Use Management Activities, and Biodiversity Enhancement

    Kapustka L, Galbraith H, Luxon M, Biddinger GR
    Published: 2004

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    Eighteen peer-reviewed papers explore the latest information on theoretical and applied ecology, especially as it relates to characterizing environmental risks to wildlife and the requirements of environmental managers.

    Until recently, many areas which have low to moderate levels of chemical contamination were subjected to intrusive remediation efforts; the consequence being substantial destruction of existing wildlife habitat and low potential for enhancing better quality habitat at the affected site. This new ASTM publication addresses these issues. Topics cover:
    • Applied discipline of landscape ecology
    • Approaches used to characterize wildlife habitat
    • Challenges regarding biological resources from a global corporate perspective
    • Theoretical aspects of landscape ecology
    • Population dynamics affected by landscape conditions
    • Tools and approaches used in assessing environmental risks over different temporal and spatial scales
    • Real-world applications of different tools and approaches.

    Table of Contents

    Selecting a Suite of Ecological Indicators for Resource Management

    Integrating Mineral Development and Biodiversity Conservation into Regional Land-Use Planning

    Estimating Functional Connectivity of Wildlife Habitat and Its Relevance to Ecological Risk Assessment

    Hierarchical Scales in Landscape Responses by Forest Birds

    Type, Scale, and Adaptive Narrative: Keeping Models of Salmon, Toxicology and Risk Alive to the World

    Population Dynamics in Spatially and Temporally Variable Habitats

    Quantitative Habitat Analysis: A New Tool for the Integration of Modeling, Planning, and Management of Natural Resources

    Predicting Biodiversity Potential Using a Modified Layers of Habitat Model

    Habitat Ranking System for the Threatened Preble's Meadow Jumping Mouse (Zapus hudsonius preblei) in Eastern Colorado

    Development of HSI Models to Evaluate Risks to Riparian Wildlife Habitat from Climate Change and Urban Sprawl

    Application of Habitat Suitability Index Values to Modify Exposure Estimates in Characterizing Ecological Risk

    Sunflower Depredation and Avicide Use: A Case Study Focused on DRC-1339 and Risks to Non-target Birds in North Dakota and South Dakota

    GIS-Based Localization of Impaired Benthic Communities in Chesapeake Bay: Associations with Indicators of Anthropogenic Stress

    Estimating Receptor Sensitivity to Spatial Proximity of Emissions Sources

    Toward an Ecological Framework for Assessing Risk to Vertebrate Populations from Brine and Petroleum Spills at Exploration and Production Sites

    Risk-Trace: Software for Spatially Explicit Exposure Assessment

    Incorporating Spatial Data into Ecological Risk Assessments: The Spatially Explicit Exposure Module (SEEM) for ARAMS

    Approaches to Spatially-Explicit, Multi-Stressor Ecological Exposure Estimation

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E47

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1458-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5501-5

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-3476-8