Landscape Genetics

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Landscape diversity generally relates to species diversity at a range of ecological levels, such as species community diversity and genetic diversity. Species-based measures of diversity such as species richness or species turnover are the most commonly used metrics for quantifying the diversity of an area.

References

  • Rocchini, D., Delucchi, L., Bacaro, G., Cavallini, P., Feilhauer, H., Foody, G.M., He, K.S., Nagendra, H., Porta, C., Ricotta, C., Schmidtlein, S., Spano, L.D., Wegmann, M., Neteler, M. (2011). Calculating generalized entropy as a measure of landscape diversity in an Open Source space. 54th Meeting of the International Association for Vegetation Science (IAVS), Lyon, France, 20-24 June 2011 (book of abstracts)
  • Rocchini, D., Balkenhol, N., Delucchi, L., Ghisla, A., Jordan, F., Nagendra, H., Vernesi, C., Wegmann, M., Neteler, M., 2011. Open Source spatial algorithms applied to landscape genetics. 7th ECEM (European Conference on Ecological Modelling), Riva del Garda, 30 May-1 June 2011 (book of abstracts)