Papers on Scale and Scaling by J. Wu and Associates

[Updated Periodically]

  1. Wu, J. 2006. Scale and scaling: A cross-disciplinary perspective. In: J. Wu and R. Hobbs (eds). Key Topics in Landscape Ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  2. Buyantuyev, A. and J. Wu. 2006. Effects of thematic resolution on landscape pattern analysis. Landscape Ecology.  (in press)
  3. Wu, J. 2006. Cross-disciplinarity, landscape ecology, and sustainability science. Landscape Ecology 21:1-4.
  4. Jenerette, G. D., J. Wu, N. Grimm, and D. Hope. 2006. Points, patches and regions: Scaling soil biogeochemical patterns in an urbanized arid ecosystem. Global Change Biology 12:1532-1544.
  5. Li, H.T., X. Han, and J. Wu. 2006. Variant scaling relationship for mass-density across tree-dominated communities. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 48:268-277.
  6. Li, H.T., X. Han, and J. Wu. 2005. Lack of evidence for 3/4 scaling of metabolism in terrestrial plants. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 47:1173-1183.
  7. Wu, J. 2004. Effects of changing scale on landscape pattern analysis: Scaling relations. Landscape Ecology 19:125-138.
  8. Li, H. and J. Wu. 2004. Use and misuse of landscape indices. Landscape Ecology 19: 389-399.
  9. Jenerette, G. D. and J. Wu. 2004. Interactions of ecosystem processes with spatial heterogeneity in the puzzle of nitrogen limitation. Oikos 107:273-282.
  10. Shen, W., G. D. Jenerette, J. Wu and R. H. Gardner. 2004. Evaluating empirical scaling relations of pattern metrics with simulated landscapes. Ecography 27: 459-469.
  11. Wu, J., W. Shen, W. Sun, and P. T. Tueller. 2002. Empirical patterns of the effects of changing scale on landscape metrics. Landscape Ecology 17:761-782.
  12. Wu, J. and R. Hobbs. 2002. Key issues and research priorities in landscape ecology: An idiosyncratic synthesis. Landscape Ecology 17:355-365.
  13. Wu, J. and J. L. David. 2002. A spatially explicit hierarchical approach to modeling complex ecological systems: Theory and applications.  Ecological Modelling 153:7-26.
  14. Wu,J. and Y. Qi. 2000. Dealing with scale in landscape analysis: An overview. Geographic Information Sciences 6(1):1-5.
  15. Wu, J., D. E. Jelinski, M. Luck and P.T. Tueller. 2000. Multiscale analysis of landscape heterogeneity: Scalevariance and pattern metrics. Geographic Information Sciences 6(1):6-19.
  16. Jenerette, G. D.and J. Wu. 2000. On the definitions of scale. Bulletin of Ecological Societyof America 81(1):104-105.
  17. Wu, J. 1999. Hierarchy and scaling: Extrapolating information along a scaling ladder. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 25:367-380.
  18. Reynolds,J. and J. Wu. 1999.  Do landscape structural and functional unitsexist? pp. 273-296 In: Tenhunen, J. D. and P. Kabat, eds. Integrating Hydrology,Ecosystem Dynamics, and Biogeochemistry in Complex Landscapes.John Wiley.
  19. Wu, J. and S. A. Levin. 1997. A patch-based spatial modeling approach: conceptualframework and simulation scheme. Ecological Modelling 101:325-346.
  20. Wu, J., W. Gao and P.T. Tueller. 1997. Effects of changing spatial scale on the results of statistical analysiswith landscape data: A case study. Geographic Information Sciences 3:30-41.
  21. Jelinski,D. E. and J. Wu. 1996. The modifiable areal unit problem and implicationsfor landscape ecology. Landscape Ecology 11(3):129-140.
  22. Qi, Y. and J. Wu.  1996.  Effects of changing scale on the results of landscape patternanalysis using spatial autocorrelation indices.  Landscape Ecology 11(1):39-50.
  23. Wu, J. and O. L. Loucks. 1995. From balance-of-nature to hierarchicalpatch dynamics:A paradigm shift in ecology. Quarterly Review of Biology 70:439-466.
  24. Wu, J. and S. A. Levin. 1994. A spatial patch dynamic modeling approach to patternand process in an annual grassland. Ecological Monographs 64(4):447-464.

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