Christopher Bone
Christopher Bone
Department of Geography, University of Victoria
Verified email at uvic.ca
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A fuzzy-constrained cellular automata model of forest insect infestations
C Bone, S Dragicevic, A Roberts
Ecological Modelling 192 (1-2), 107-125, 2006
842006
Strategic directions for agent-based modeling: avoiding the YAAWN syndrome
D O’Sullivan, T Evans, S Manson, S Metcalf, A Ligmann-Zielinska, C Bone
Journal of land use science 11 (2), 177-187, 2016
622016
Integrating high resolution remote sensing, GIS and fuzzy set theory for identifying susceptibility areas of forest insect infestations
C Bone, S Dragicevic, A Roberts
International Journal of Remote Sensing 26 (21), 4809-4828, 2005
562005
A GIS-based risk rating of forest insect outbreaks using aerial overview surveys and the local Moran's I statistic
C Bone, MA Wulder, JC White, C Robertson, TA Nelson
Applied Geography 40, 161-170, 2013
522013
Modeling-in-the-middle: bridging the gap between agent-based modeling and multi-objective decision-making for land use change
C Bone, S Dragicevic, R White
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 25 (5), 717-737, 2011
442011
Assessing the impacts of local knowledge and technology on climate change vulnerability in remote communities
C Bone, L Alessa, M Altaweel, A Kliskey, R Lammers
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 8 (3), 733-761, 2011
402011
Simulation and validation of a reinforcement learning agent-based model for multi-stakeholder forest management
C Bone, S Dragićević
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 34 (2), 162-174, 2010
382010
GIS and intelligent agents for multiobjective natural resource allocation: A reinforcement learning approach
C Bone, S Dragićević
Transactions in GIS 13 (3), 253-272, 2009
312009
Impact of forest fragmentation on patterns of mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality
C Bone, JC White, MA Wulder, C Robertson, TA Nelson
Forests 4 (2), 279-295, 2013
262013
Adaptation to a landscape-scale mountain pine beetle epidemic in the era of networked governance
JB Abrams, HR Huber-Stearns, C Bone, CA Grummon, C Moseley
Ecology and Society 22 (4), 2017
252017
Employing resilience in the United States Forest Service
C Bone, C Moseley, K Vinyeta, RP Bixler
Land Use Policy 52, 430-438, 2016
242016
Evaluating spatio-temporal complexities of forest management: an integrated agent-based modeling and GIS approach
C Bone, S Dragićević
Environmental Modeling & Assessment 14 (4), 481-496, 2009
222009
Applying content analysis for investigating the reporting of water issues
M Altaweel, C Bone
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 36 (6), 599-613, 2012
212012
Evaluating forest management practices using a GIS-based cellular automata modeling approach with multispectral imagery
C Bone, S Dragićević, A Roberts
Environmental Modeling & Assessment 12 (2), 105-118, 2007
212007
A geospatial search engine for discovering multi-format geospatial data across the web
C Bone, A Ager, K Bunzel, L Tierney
International Journal of Digital Earth 9 (1), 47-62, 2016
182016
Modeling micro-scale ecological processes and emergent patterns of mountain pine beetle epidemics
C Bone, M Altaweel
Ecological modelling 289, 45-58, 2014
172014
Incorporating spatio-temporal knowledge in an Intelligent Agent Model for natural resource management
C Bone, S Dragićević
Landscape and Urban Planning 96 (2), 123-133, 2010
162010
A framework to structure agent-based modeling data for social-ecological systems
MR Altaweel, LN Alessa, A Kliskey, C Bone
Structure and Dynamics 4 (1), 2010
152010
Monitoring land use: Capturing change through an information fusion approach
MR Altaweel, LN Alessa, AD Kliskey, CE Bone
Sustainability 2 (5), 1182-1203, 2010
122010
Does policy respond to environmental change events? An analysis of mountain pine beetle outbreaks in the western United States
J Abrams, H Huber-Stearns, ML Palmerin, C Bone, MF Nelson, RP Bixler, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 90, 102-109, 2018
112018
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