Virginia H. Dale mostly deals with Ecology, Environmental resource management, Ecosystem, Sustainability and Land use. Climate change, Disturbance, Ecology, Landscape ecology and Temporal scales are the subjects of her Ecology studies. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Resource management, Risk analysis, Ecological indicator and Sustainable development.
Virginia H. Dale works mostly in the field of Ecosystem, limiting it down to topics relating to Natural and, in certain cases, Population structure. The various areas that Virginia H. Dale examines in her Sustainability study include Bioenergy, Energy security, Greenhouse gas, Environmental economics and Food security. Her study in the field of Land management is also linked to topics like Planktology.
Virginia H. Dale spends much of her time researching Ecology, Environmental resource management, Land use, Sustainability and Environmental planning. Her study in Ecology concentrates on Disturbance, Habitat, Ecosystem, Vegetation and Climate change. Her Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ecosystem management, Resource management, Agriculture, Ecology and Ecological indicator.
Her study in Land use is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Agroforestry and Deforestation. Her Sustainability study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Supply chain, Natural resource economics, Bioenergy and Sustainable development. Virginia H. Dale interconnects Agricultural economics, Food security, Greenhouse gas and Ecosystem services in the investigation of issues within Natural resource economics.
Her primary areas of investigation include Sustainability, Bioenergy, Natural resource economics, Environmental planning and Sustainable development. The concepts of her Sustainability study are interwoven with issues in Ecosystem services, Forest management, Agriculture, Environmental resource management and Stakeholder engagement. Her Bioenergy research incorporates elements of Biomass and Environmental economics.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Fossil fuel, Resource, Food security and Land use in addition to Natural resource economics. Her research in Environmental planning tackles topics such as Stakeholder which are related to areas like Information quality, Soil quality, Crop diversity and Land management. Her Sustainable forest management study is related to the wider topic of Ecology.
Virginia H. Dale mainly focuses on Sustainability, Bioenergy, Sustainable development, Ecosystem services and Environmental resource management. Her Sustainability study incorporates themes from Productivity, Stakeholder engagement and Agricultural economics. Her Bioenergy study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Land use.
She does research in Land use, focusing on Land use, land-use change and forestry specifically. Her research in Ecosystem services focuses on subjects like Forest management, which are connected to Climate change, Incentive, Monitoring and evaluation, Forest ecology and Pellet. Within one scientific family, she focuses on topics pertaining to Energy security under Environmental resource management, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Natural resource economics.
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Road Ecology: Science and Solutions
Richard T T Forman;Daniel Sperling;John A Bissonette;Anthony P Clevenger.
Climate Change and Forest Disturbances
Virginia H. Dale;Linda A. Joyce;Steve Mcnulty;Ronald P. Neilson.
Indices of landscape pattern
R. V. O'Neill;J. R. Krummel;R. H. Gardner;G. Sugihara.
Landscape Ecology (1988)
Challenges in the development and use of ecological indicators
Ecological Indicators (2001)
The global carbon cycle.
American Scientist (1990)
Ecological Principles and Guidelines for Managing the Use of Land
Ecological Applications (2000)
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LAND-USE CHANGE AND CLIMATE CHANGE
Ecological Applications (1997)
Measures of the effects of agricultural practices on ecosystem services
Global change in forests: responses of species, communities, and biomes
Andrew J. Hansen;Ronald P. Neilson;Virginia H. Dale;Curtis H. Flather.
Predicting across scales: Theory development and testing
Landscape Ecology (1989)
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