The value of linking paleoecological and neoecological perspectives to understand spatially-explicit ecosystem resilience. Buma, B., Harvey, B. J., Gavin, D. G., Kelly, R., Loboda, T., McNeil, B. E., Marlon, J. R., Meddens, A. J. H., Morris, J. L., Raffa, K. F., Shuman, B., Smithwick, E. A. H., & McLauchlan, K. K. Landscape Ecology, 34(1):17–33, January, 2019.
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Predicting ecosystem resilience is a challenge, especially as climate change alters disturbance regimes and conditions for recovery. Recent research has highlighted the importance of spatially-explicit disturbance and resilience processes to long-term ecosystem dynamics. “Neoecological” approaches characterize resilience mechanisms at relatively fine spatio-temporal resolutions, but results are difficult to extrapolate across broad temporal scales or climatic ranges. Paleoecological methodologies can consider the effects of climates that differ from today. However, they are often limited to coarse-grained spatio-temporal resolutions.
@article{buma_value_2019,
	title = {The value of linking paleoecological and neoecological perspectives to understand spatially-explicit ecosystem resilience},
	volume = {34},
	issn = {1572-9761},
	url = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s10980-018-0754-5},
	doi = {10.1007/s10980-018-0754-5},
	abstract = {Predicting ecosystem resilience is a challenge, especially as climate change alters disturbance regimes and conditions for recovery. Recent research has highlighted the importance of spatially-explicit disturbance and resilience processes to long-term ecosystem dynamics. “Neoecological” approaches characterize resilience mechanisms at relatively fine spatio-temporal resolutions, but results are difficult to extrapolate across broad temporal scales or climatic ranges. Paleoecological methodologies can consider the effects of climates that differ from today. However, they are often limited to coarse-grained spatio-temporal resolutions.},
	number = {1},
	journal = {Landscape Ecology},
	author = {Buma, B. and Harvey, B. J. and Gavin, D. G. and Kelly, R. and Loboda, T. and McNeil, B. E. and Marlon, J. R. and Meddens, A. J. H. and Morris, J. L. and Raffa, K. F. and Shuman, B. and Smithwick, E. A. H. and McLauchlan, K. K.},
	month = jan,
	year = {2019},
	pages = {17--33},
}

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