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      The concept of scale and the human dimensions of global change: a survey

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      Ecological Economics

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              Landscape ecology: spatial heterogeneity in ecological systems.

              Many ecological phenomena are sensitive to spatial heterogeneity and fluxes within spatial mosaics. Landscape ecology, which concerns spatial dynamics (including fluxes of organisms, materials, and energy) and the ways in which fluxes are controlled within heterogeneous matrices, has provided new ways to explore aspects of spatial heterogeneity and to discover how spatial pattern controls ecological processes.
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                Ecological Economics
                Ecological Economics
                Elsevier BV
                09218009
                February 2000
                February 2000
                : 32
                : 2
                : 217-239
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                10.1016/S0921-8009(99)00092-0
                © 2000

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