Brian Klinkenberg
Brian Klinkenberg
Professor of Geography, UBC
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A review of methods used to determine the fractal dimension of linear features
B Klinkenberg
Mathematical Geology 26, 23-46, 1994
The fractal properties of topography: a comparison of methods
B Klinkenberg, MF Goodchild
Earth surface processes and landforms 17 (3), 217-234, 1992
Assessing Mongolian snow disaster risk using livestock and satellite data
K Tachiiri, M Shinoda, B Klinkenberg, Y Morinaga
Journal of Arid Environments 72 (12), 2251-2263, 2008
Ecosystem services in conservation planning: targeted benefits vs. co-benefits or costs?
KMA Chan, L Hoshizaki, B Klinkenberg
PloS one 6 (9), e24378, 2011
Novel opportunities for wildlife conservation and research with real‐time monitoring
J Wall, G Wittemyer, B Klinkenberg, I Douglas-Hamilton
Ecological Applications 24 (4), 593-601, 2014
Fractals and morphometric measures: is there a relationship?
B Klinkenberg
Geomorphology 5 (1-2), 5-20, 1992
Sensitivity of systematic reserve selection to decisions about scale, biological data, and targets: case study from Southern British Columbia
LD Warman, ARE Sinclair, GGE Scudder, B Klinkenberg, RL Pressey
Conservation biology 18 (3), 655-666, 2004
The choice of window size in approximating topographic surfaces from digital elevation models
M Albani*, B Klinkenberg, DW Andison, JP Kimmins
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 18 (6), 577-593, 2004
A geographical approach to identifying vegetation-related environmental equity in Canadian cities
TR Tooke, B Klinkenberg, NC Coops
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 37 (6), 1040-1056, 2010
Resource wars and conflict ivory: the impact of civil conflict on elephants in the Democratic Republic of Congo-the case of the Okapi Reserve
RL Beyers, JA Hart, ARE Sinclair, F Grossmann, B Klinkenberg, S Dino
PloS one 6 (11), e27129, 2011
Boreal mixedwood forests may have no “representative” areas: some implications for reserve design
SG Gumming, PJ Burton, B Klinkenberg
Ecography 19 (2), 162-180, 1996
Characterizing properties and drivers of long distance movements by elephants (Loxodonta africana) in the Gourma, Mali
J Wall, G Wittemyer, B Klinkenberg, V LeMay, I Douglas-Hamilton
Biological Conservation 157, 60-68, 2013
Predicting outbreaks: a spatial risk assessment of West Nile virus in British Columbia
K Tachiiri, B Klinkenberg, S Mak, J Kazmi
International journal of health geographics 5, 1-21, 2006
A Factorial Model of Aggregate Spatio‐temporal Behavior: Application to the Diurnal Cycle
MF Goodchild, B Klinkenberg, DG Janelle
Geographical Analysis 25 (4), 277-294, 1993
Ecological Niche Modeling of Cryptococcus gattii in British Columbia, Canada
S Mak, B Klinkenberg, K Bartlett, M Fyfe
Environmental Health Perspectives 118 (5), 653-658, 2010
Human footprint and protected areas shape elephant range across Africa
J Wall, G Wittemyer, B Klinkenberg, V LeMay, S Blake, S Strindberg, ...
Current Biology 31 (11), 2437-2445. e4, 2021
The temporal ordering of urban space and daily activity patterns for population role groups
DG Janelle, B Klinkenberg, MF Goodchild
Geographical Systems 5, 117-138, 1998
Geospatial technologies and the geographies of hope and fear
B Klinkenberg
Annals of the association of American Geographers 97 (2), 350-360, 2007
Space-time diaries and travel characteristics for different levels of respondent aggregation
DG Janelle, MF Goodchild, B Klinkenberg
Environment and Planning A 20 (7), 891-906, 1988
Physiographically controlled allometry of specific sediment yield in the Canadian Cordillera: A lake sediment‐based approach
E Schiefer, O Slaymaker, B Klinkenberg
Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 83 (1‐2), 55-65, 2001
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