E-scape: consumer-specific landscapes of energetic resources derived from stable isotope analysis and remote sensing

W. Ryan James, Rolando Santos, Jennifer Rehage, Jennifer Doerr & James Nelson
Energetic resources and habitat distribution are inherently linked. Energetic resource availability is a major driver of the distribution of consumers, but estimating how much specific habitats contribute to the energetic resource needs of a consumer can be problematic. We present a new approach that combines remote sensing information and stable isotope ecology to produce maps of energetic resources (E-scapes). E-scapes project species-specific resource use information onto the landscape to classify areas based on energetic importance....
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