Modeling of the natural and technogenic processes in diverse geomorphological environments is one of the basic tools for forecasting and preventing unfavorable development of the urban ecology.
Conservation biology in urban landscapes constitutes a specific urban ecology with specific concepts such as 'population area'.
Women and the night: Pioneers of temporal urban ecology
Here, I examine the usefulness of urban-rural gradients, an emerging experimental design in urban ecology, for predicting extractable soil P concentrations across a rapidly urbanizing agricultural watershed in southern Wisconsin.
(ed.): Urban Ecology as the Basis of Urban Planning
Ecosystem health has been a focal point and research frontier of applied ecology in recent years, increasingly used in urban ecological studies.
Using bush snail Bradybaena fruticum Mull (20 populations) as a model, we were the first in Russia and in the world to develop a system of urban ecological genetic monitoring of the gene pool of an invertebrate species.
A system of urban ecological genetic monitoring of vertebrates has been developed for the first time in Russia and in the world.
The output of the urban ecological model will serve as the input to several biophysical models for hydrology, hillslope stability, water quality, atmosphere, and ecosystems.
Based on these research results, we question the exclusive use of income and education as the standard variables to explain variations in vegetation cover in urban ecological systems.