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Title: Proceedings of the First Landscape State-and-Transition Simulation Modeling Conference, June 14â€“16, 2011, Portland, Oregon
Author: Kerns, Becky K.; Shlisky, Ayn J.; Daniel, Colin J. tech. eds.
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-869. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 215 p
Kerns, Becky K.; Shlisky, Ayn J.; Daniel, Colin J.
- Predicting landscape vegetation dynamics using state-and-transition simulation models
Daniel, Colin J.; Frid, Leonardo.
- Use of state-and-transition simulation modeling in National Forest planning in the Pacific Northwest, U.S.A
Shlisky, Ayn J.; Vandendriesche, Don.
- Modeling on the grand scale: LANDFIRE lessons learned
Blankenship, Kori; Smith, Jim; Swaty, Randy; Shlisky, Ayn J.; Patton, Jeannie; Hagen, Sarah.
- The integrated landscape assessment project
Hemstrom, Miles A.; Salwasser, Janine; Halofsky, Joshua; Kagan, Jimmy; Comfort, Cyndi
- Using state-and-transition models to project cheatgrass and juniper invasion in Southeastern Oregon sagebrush steppe
Creutzburg, Megan K.; Halofsky, Joshua S.; Hemstrom, Miles A.
- Landscape development and mule deer habitat in Central Oregon
Duncan, James A.; Burcsu, Theresa
- Balancing feasibility and precision of wildlife habitat analysis in planning for natural resources
Morzillo, Anita T.; Halofsky, Joshua S.; DiMiceli, Jennifer; Csuti, Blair; Comeleo, Pamela; Hemstrom, Miles
- Forecasting timber, biomass, and tree carbon pools with the output of state and transition models
Zhou, Xiaoping; Hemstrom, Miles A.
- Through a glass, darklyâ€”comparing VDDT and FVS
Robinson, Donald C.E.; Beukema, Sarah J.
- Use of the forest vegetation simulator to quantify disturbance activities in state and transition models
Weisz, Reuben; Vandendriesche, Don
- Approaches to incorporating climate change effects in state and transition simulation models of vegetation
Kerns, Becky K.; Hemstrom, Miles A.; Conklin, David; Yospin, Gabriel I.; Johnson, Bart; Bachelet, Dominique; Bridgham, Scott
- Modeling the Dynamic responses of riparian vegetation and salmon habitat in the Oregon coast range with state and transition models
Wondzell, Steven M.; Przeszlowska, Agnieszka; Pflugmacher, Dirk; Hemstrom, Miles A.; Bisson, Peter A.
- Landscape composition in aspen woodlands under various modeled fire regimes
Strand, Eva K.; Bunting, Stephen C.; Vierling, Lee A.
Description: The first ever Landscape State-and-Transition Simulation Modeling Conference was held from June 14â€“16, 2011, in Portland Oregon. The conference brought together over 70 users of state-and-transition simulation modeling toolsâ€”the Vegetation Dynamics Development Tool (VDDT), the Tool for Exploratory Landscape Analysis (TELSA) and the Path Landscape Model. The goal of the conference was to (1) provide opportunities for sharing experiences with different applications of the tools, (2) identify major existing conceptual or technological gaps, and develop goals for future state-and-transition simulation model (STSM) development, and (3) start building an international network of STSM users. Eighteen oral presentations and thirteen posters were presented. This proceeding includes thirteen papers that build on some key STSM concepts, applications, and innovations from that conference, and shares them with a wider audience. The goal of these proceedings is to provide a state-of-the-science reference for STSM modelers and users. All papers were peer-reviewed by two blind reviewers and one editor. The presentation of these papers reveals that the STSM approach has been applied to a wide range of management and land-use questions and ecosystems, with an equally wide variation in the amounts of scientific data and expert knowledge available for model parameterization.
Keywords: Climate change, FVS, ILAP, LANDFIRE, Path Landscape Model, state and transition simulation model, TELSA, vegetation dynamics, vegetation ecology, VDDT
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Kerns, Becky K.; Shlisky, Ayn J.; Daniel, Colin J., tech. eds. 2012. Proceedings of the First Landscape State-and-Transition Simulation Modeling Conference, June 14â€“16, 2011, Portland, Oregon. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-869. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 215 p.
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