Erica Fleishman mainly focuses on Ecology, Biodiversity, Species richness, Environmental resource management and Indicator species. Her Ecology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Linear regression and Ordinary least squares. The Biodiversity study combines topics in areas such as Dominance, Floristics, Riparian zone and Native plant.
The concepts of her Species richness study are interwoven with issues in Butterfly, Restoration ecology, Ecosystem and Species diversity. Her Environmental resource management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Remote sensing, Natural resource, Resource management and Ecosystem services. The various areas that Erica Fleishman examines in her Indicator species study include Rare species, Ecosystem management, Taxonomic rank, Animal ecology and Umbrella species.
Erica Fleishman mainly focuses on Ecology, Species richness, Biodiversity, Range and Environmental resource management. Ecology is represented through her Habitat, Butterfly, Nestedness, Taxonomic rank and Ecosystem research. Her research investigates the link between Species richness and topics such as Indicator species that cross with problems in Bayesian probability, Deviance and Ecosystem management.
Her work carried out in the field of Biodiversity brings together such families of science as Wildlife conservation, Ecology, Land use and Environmental planning. Her study explores the link between Range and topics such as Physical geography that cross with problems in Woodland. Erica Fleishman usually deals with Environmental resource management and limits it to topics linked to Climate change and Biogeography.
Erica Fleishman mostly deals with Ecology, Environmental planning, Climate change, Artificial neural network and Biodiversity. Species richness, Beta diversity, Community, Nestedness and Life history are among the areas of Ecology where the researcher is concentrating her efforts. Her Environmental planning research incorporates elements of Ecological systems theory, Futures studies and Delphi method.
Her Climate change research includes themes of Environmental equity, Environmental resource management and Macroecology. Her Artificial neural network research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Land cover and Remote sensing. Her Biodiversity research incorporates themes from Environmental change, Indicator species, Bayesian statistics, Population size and Species diversity.
Erica Fleishman spends much of her time researching Environmental planning, Horizon, Biodiversity, Work and Library science. Her study in Environmental planning is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Delphi method, Futures studies and Ecosystem services. Her Futures studies research integrates issues from Permafrost, Scientific literature and Global biodiversity.
Her Horizon study spans across into areas like Land use, Small hydro, Vegetation, Ninth and Relevance. Her Biodiversity study deals with the bigger picture of Ecology. She performs integrative Work and Naval research research in her work.
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Horizon scan of global conservation issues for 2011
William J. Sutherland;Rosalind Aveling;Thomas M. Brooks;Mick Clout.
One Hundred Questions of Importance to the Conservation of Global Biological Diversity
W.J. Sutherland;W.M. Adams;R.B. Aronson;R. Aveling.
Conservation Biology (2009)
Assessing the Roles of Patch Quality, Area, and Isolation in Predicting Metapopulation Dynamics
Conservation Biology (2002)
A NEW METHOD FOR SELECTION OF UMBRELLA SPECIES FOR CONSERVATION PLANNING
Ecological Applications (2000)
Utility and limitations of species richness metrics for conservation planning
Ecological Indicators (2006)
Coefficient shifts in geographical ecology: an empirical evaluation of spatial and non-spatial regression
Methods for collaboratively identifying research priorities and emerging issues in science and policy
William J. Sutherland;Erica Fleishman;Michael B. Mascia;Jules Pretty.
Methods in Ecology and Evolution (2011)
AN EMPIRICAL TEST OF RAPOPORT'S RULE: ELEVATIONAL GRADIENTS IN MONTANE BUTTERFLY COMMUNITIES
Ten ways remote sensing can contribute to conservation
Robert A. Rose;Dirck Byler;J. Ron Eastman;Erica Fleishman.
Conservation Biology (2015)
Effects of floristics, physiognomy and non‐native vegetation on riparian bird communities in a Mojave Desert watershed
Journal of Animal Ecology (2003)
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