Robert V O'Neill

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  • 2013-03 Application of Hierarchy Theory to Cross-Scale Hydrologic Modeling of Nutrient Loads in WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
  • 2009-08 Environmental Integrated Assessment via Monte Carlo Simulation with a Case Study of the Mid-Atlantic Region, USA in ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
  • 2007-04 Sensitivity Analysis of Aggregated Indices for Integrated Assessment with a Case Study of the Mid-Atlantic Region in ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
  • 2006-05 A Generalized Distance Measure for Integrating Multiple Environmental Assessment Indicators in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 2006-02 The Effects of Uncertainty on Estimating the Relative Environmental Quality of Watersheds Across a Region in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 2004-06 An Overview of Data Integration Methods for Regional Assessment in ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
  • 2004-06 Integrated Environmental Assessment of the Mid-Atlantic Region with Analytical Network Process in ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
  • 2003-06 Self-Organizing Maps for Integrated Environmental Assessment of the Mid-Atlantic Region in ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
  • 2003-03 Upstream-to-downstream changes in nutrient export risk in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 2002-12 Fragmentation of Continental United States Forests in ECOSYSTEMS
  • 2002-06 Fuzzy Decision Analysis for Integrated Environmental Vulnerability Assessment of the Mid-Atlantic Region1 in ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
  • 2001-05 Predicting nutrient and sediment loadings to streams from landscape metrics: A multiple watershed study from the United States Mid-Atlantic Region in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 2000-08 A geography of ecosystem vulnerability in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 2000-07 Landscape Correlates of Breeding Bird Richness Across the United States Mid-Atlantic Region in ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
  • 2000-02 Forest fragmentation as an economic indicator in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1999-11 ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITING: An Integrated Environmental Assessment of the US Mid-Atlantic Region in ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
  • 1999-04 Transitions in forest fragmentation: implications for restoration opportunities at regional scales in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1999 Tools to Characterize the Environmental Setting in TOOLS TO AID ENVIRONMENTAL DECISION MAKING
  • 1998-09 Recovery in complex ecosystems in JOURNAL OF AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM STRESS AND RECOVERY
  • 1997-09 Book reviews in BULLETIN OF MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY
  • 1997-05 The value of the world's ecosystem services and natural capital in NATURE
  • 1996-08 A note on contagion indices for landscape analysis in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1996-06 Scale problems in reporting landscape pattern at the regional scale in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1995-10 Dispersal of annual plants in hierarchically structured landscapes in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1995-08 Diversity of ecological communities of the United States in PLANT ECOLOGY
  • 1995-04 Scale of heterogeneity of forage production and winter foraging by elk and bison in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1995-02 A factor analysis of landscape pattern and structure metrics in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1994-09 Sampling to characterize landscape pattern in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1993-09 A revised concept of landscape equilibrium: Disturbance and stability on scaled landscapes in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1993-09 Lacunarity indices as measures of landscape texture in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1992-03 Epidemiology theory and disturbance spread on landscapes in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1992-03 A hierarchical neutral model for landscape analysis in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1992 Monitoring Challenges and Innovative Ideas in ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS
  • 1992 Landscape Characterization for Assessing Regional Water Quality in ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS
  • 1992 A Percolation Model of Ecological Flows in LANDSCAPE BOUNDARIES
  • 1991-07 Transmutation and functional representation of heterogeneous landscapes in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1991-05 Multiple landscape scales: An intersite comparison in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1991 Simulation of the Scale-Dependent Effects of Landscape Boundaries on Species Persistence and Dispersal in ECOTONES
  • 1991 Pattern and Scale: Statistics for Landscape Ecology in QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1991 Potential Responses of Landscape Boundaries to Global Environmental Change in ECOTONES
  • 1990-05 Assessing ecological risk on a regional scale in ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
  • 1989-12 A hierarchical framework for the analysis of scale in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1989-12 Effects of changing spatial scale on the analysis of landscape pattern in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1989-12 Quantifying scale-dependent effects of animal movement with simple percolation models in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1988-11 Resource utilization scales and landscape pattern in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1988-05 Indices of landscape pattern in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 1988-03 Book reviews in ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
  • 1988 Temporal Variation in Regulation of Production in a Pelagic Food Web Model in COMPLEX INTERACTIONS IN LAKE COMMUNITIES
  • 1987-07 Treatment of risk in environmental impact assessment in ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
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