Location: Range Management ResearchTitle: Developing an integrated knowledge landscape map using a trans-disciplinary approach Author
|Peters, Debra - Deb|
|Okin, Gregory - University Of California|
|Sala, Osvaldo - Arizona State University|
|Vivoni, Enrique - Arizona State University|
|Archer, Steve - University Of Arizona|
|Brungard, Colby - New Mexico State University|
|Herrick, Jeffrey - Jeff|
|Hanan, Niall - New Mexico State University|
Submitted to: Meeting Abstract
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: 9/1/2018
Publication Date: 10/1/2018
Citation: Peters, D.C., Bestelmeyer, B.T., Okin, G., Sala, O., Vivoni, E., Archer, S., Brungard, C., Herrick, J.E., Hanan, N. 2018. Developing an integrated knowledge landscape map using a trans-disciplinary approach [abstract]. LTER All Scientists Meeting, October 1-4, 2018, Pacific Grove, California.
Technical Abstract: Our goal is to develop an operational trans-disciplinary approach to complex landscapes that facilitates integration of large and diverse types of data and knowledge to: (1) reduce the high spatial heterogeneity in sampling across heterogeneous landscapes and fill data/knowledge gaps for underrepresented locations; (2) characterize the non-stationarity of environmental drivers and ascertain the extent to which knowledge of the past can, or cannot, inform the future; and (3) inform land managers and others in prioritizing locations. We illustrate the utility of our approach to extend process-based understanding of ANPP at intensively studied locations to dynamics of ANPP at other under-represented locations, and to predict spatial variability in ANPP across the landscape.