National Taiwan University

Environmental and Landscape Ecological Lab


Work Package
Conceptual Models
Team Members
Advisory Board Member
Expected Results
Department of Bioenvironmental System Engineering at NTU





(1)  The major purposes of SCALES-Taiwan are as follows: To integrate the issue scale into policy and decision making, as well as biodiversity (bird diversity) management in Asia and Taiwan scales.

(2)  To collaborate, exchange and share methods and results of the SCALES project.




(1)  To provide the most appropriate multi-scale spatiotemporal modeling and scale impact assessment tools, policy instruments and national responsibility assessment. To foster our capacity for bird diversity conservation across spatial and temporal scales and disseminate them to a wide range of users in Asia, including Taiwan.

(2)  To perform scale-dependent impacts analysis (based on species traits)

(3)  To develop methods for upscaling and downscaling

(4)  To devise methods for multi-scale spatiotemporal modeling and mapping

(5)  To develop national responsibility assessment and tools

(6)  To develop analysis methods and achieve policy integration for effective Taiwan or Asia bird diversity conservation across scales

(7)  To translate and integrate results into SCALES project for a support tool kit online supporting sustainable conservation across scales

(8)  Disseminate the results to relevant individuals


Work Packages

¨Work package 1: WP_TW1: Multi-scale Spatiotemporal Trend Analysis and Map Methods and Tools


¨Work package 2: WP_TW2: Multi-scale Effects of Land-use on Biotic Processes


¨Work package 3: WP_TW3: Hierarchical National Responsibility Approach and Tools



Conceptual Models:



¨National Taiwan University
¤Department of Bioenvironmental Systems Engineering


nMeng-Ing Li, Postdoctoral Fellow


nYen-Lan Liu, Ph.D. Student (Department of Geography)


nChiun-Wei Hung, Ph.D. Student

Master Students


Department of Forestry and Resource Conservation
nTzung-Su Ding, Associate Professor and his Ph.D. and Master Students
¨Chinese Culture University
¤Department of Landscape Architecture
nChi-Ru Chang, Associate Professor and her master students


Advisory Board Member:

¨Kainan University
¤Office of International Programs and Services
nKang-Tsung Chang, Ph.D. Professor of Tourism &Hospitality, Professor Emeritus, University of Idaho (USA)


National Taiwan University

Institute of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology



Chinese Cultural University

College of Environmental Design

Monica Kuo, Dean




Expected Results:

¨  WP 1: Multi-scale Spatiotemporal Trend Analysis and Map Methods and Tools

¤  Develop multi-scale identification methods

¤  Identify multiple scales of bird diversity

¤  Develop multi-scale AIK spatiotemporal analysis and Models

¤  Map multi-scale distribution of Bird diversity and variations at various scales

¤  Develop multi-scale analysis and map tools

¤  Share and exchange results with the SCALES team

¨  WP 2: Land Use Effect on Ecosystem Resistance to Biotic Homogenization across Scales

¤  A model with factors affecting ecosystem’s resistance to avian homogenization at county, regional, city, habitat scales.

¤  Conservation planning guidelines for restraining biotic homogenization in focal area.

¤  Design guidelines for increasing native species and constraining aggressive/invasive species in focal areas.

¤  Identify driving factors of impacting bird diversity at various scales

¤  Delineate impacts of land use and factors on bird diversity at various scales

¤  Share and exchange results with the SCALES team

¨  WP 3: Hierarchical National Responsibility Approach and Tools

¤  Provide a list of national responsibility of species conservation by using the range-based approach (Schmeller et al. 2008b)

¤  Compare the list of national responsibility with the current endangerment level given by IUCN Red List

¤  Compare the list of national responsibility with the current protected species list in Taiwan

¤  Identify candidate species for future considerations of legal protection in Taiwan

¤  Develop Hierarchical national responsibility System Model and Tools

¤  Share and exchange results with the SCALES team


Selected publications

  1. Chiang, L.-C., Y.-P. Lin*, T. Huang, Y.-L. Liu, D. Schmeller, P.H. Verburg, Y.-L.Liu, T.-S. Ding, 2014, Simulation of Ecosystem Service Responses to Multiple Disturbances from an Earthquake and Several Typhoons. 112. 41-55. Landscape and Urban Planning (SCI, SSCI) *:corresponding author

  2. Lin, W.-C., Y.-P. Lin*, Y.-C. Wang, T.-K. Chang, L.-C. Chiang, 2014,Assessing and mapping spatial associations among oral cancer mortality rate, concentrations of heavy metals in soil, and land use types based on multiple scale data.11, 2148-2168. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. (SCI)*:corresponding author.

  3. Huang, C.-W., Y.-P. Lin*, L.-C. Chiang, Y.-C. Wang, 2014, Using CV-GLUE Procedure in Analysis of Wetland Model Predictive Uncertainty. 140. 83- 92. Journal of Environmental Management. (SCI)

  4. Lin, Y-P.,*, W.-C. Lin, M.-Y. Li, Y.-Y. Chen, L.-C. Chiang, Y.-C. Wang, 2014, Identification of spatial distributions and uncertainties of multiple heavy metal concentrations by using spatial conditional Latin Hypercube sampling. 230-231, 9-21.  Geoderma. (SCI)

  5. Enoki T, T. Nakashizuka, S.-I. Nakano, T. Miki, Y.-P. Lin, M. Nakaoka, E. Mizumachi, H. Shibata, 2014, Progress in the 21st century: A Roadmap for theEcological Society of Japan. 29, 357-368.  Ecological Research. (SCI)

  6. Wu, C,-F., Y.-P. Lin*, L-C., Chiang, T. Huang, 2014, Assessing highway's impacts on landscape patterns and ecosystem services: A case study in Puli Township, Taiwan. 128, 60-71. Landscape and Urban Planning (SCI, SSCI) *:corresponding author

  7. Schmeller, S.D., D. Evans, Y.-P. Lin, K. Henle, 2014, The national responsibility approach to setting conservation priorities - recommendations for its use. Journal of Nature Conservation. (SCI) (In press)

  8. Lin, Y.-P.. 2014, Environments: A New Cutting-Edge International and Interdisciplinary Scholarly Open Access Journal. 1.1, 1-3. Environments.

  9. Lin, Y.-P., C.-W. Huang*, T.-S. Ding, Y.-C. Wang, W.-T. Hsiao, D. S., N. Crossman, S. Lengyel, D. Schmeller, 2014, Conservation planning to optimize agricultural landscapes for bird conservation. Environmental Modelling and Software (SCI) (Accepted)

  10. Lin, Y.-P., C.-F. Wu, H.-J. Chu, P. H. Verburg, 2014, .Evaluation of regression kriging for parameterizing a land use model. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems. (SSCI) (Revision)

  11. Lin, Y.-P.*, W.-C. Lin, T.-S. Ding, P.-F. Lee, T.-C. Wu; R. Klenke, D.S. Schmeller,  K. Henle, 2014, An optimal spatial sampling approach for bird species based on mixed scale information. (In preparing)

  12. Crossman, N.D., Bryan, B.A., de Groot, R.S., Y.-P. Lin, Minang, P.A., 2013, Ecosystem services and land change impacts, 5, 509-514, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (SCI)

  13. Chu, H.-J., C.-F. Wu, Y.-P. Lin*, 2013, Incorporating spatial autocorrelation with neural networks in empirical land-use change models. 40, 384 – 404,Environment and Planning B. (SSCI). *:corresponding author

  14. Wang, Y.-C. , Y.-P. Lin*, C.-W. Huang, H.-J. Chu, W.-S. Ou, Chiang, L.-C., 2012, A system dynamic model and sensitivity analysis for simulating domestic pollution removal in a free water surface constructed wetland. 223, 1719-1742,Water Air and Soil Pollution. (SCI) *:corresponding author  DOI: 10.1007/s11270-011-10H.

  15. Chiang, L.-C. , I. Chaubey, N.-M. Hong, Y.-P. Lin *, T. Huang, 2012, Implementation of BMP Strategies for Adaptation to Climate Change and Land Use Change in a Pasture-Dominated Watershed,9(10), 3654-3684,International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.(SCI)

  16. Lin, Y.-P., N.-M. Hong *, L.-C. Chiang, Y.-L. Liu, H.-J. Chu, 2012, Adaptation of land-use demands to the impact of climate change on the hydrological processes of an urbanized watershed, 9(11), 4083-4102, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. (SCI)

  17. Henle K, Bell S, Brotons L, Clobert J, Evans D, Görg C, Grodzińska-Jurcak M, Gruber B, Haila Y, Henry P-Y, Huth A, Julliard R, Keil P, Kleyer M, Kotze DJ, Kunin W, Lengyel S, Lin Y-P, Loyau A, Luck GW, Magnusson W, Margules C, Matsinos Y, May P, Pinto I, Possingham H, Potts S, Ring I, Pryke J, Samways M, Saunders D, Schmeller D, Similä J, Sommer S, Steffan-Dewenter I, Stoev P, Sykes M, Tóthmérész B, Tzanopoulos J, Yam R, Penev L,2012, Nature Conservation – a new dimension in Open Access publishing bridging science and application. 1, 1–10, Nature Conservation.

  18. Lin, Y.-P., 2012, Sustainability of Ecosystem Services in a Changing World, 2, e111, Journal of Ecosystem and Ecography.

  19. Lin, Y.-P., C.-R. Chang, H.-J. Chu, B.-Y. Chen, 2011, Identifying the spatial mixture distribution of bird diversity across urban and suburban areas in the metropolis: a case study in Taipei Basin of Taiwan, 102, 152-163, Landscape and Urban Planning (SCI, SSCI).

  20. Lin, Y.-P., B.-Y. Cheng, H.-J. Chu, T.-K. Chang, 2011, Assessing how heavy metal pollution and human activity are related by using logistic regressions and kriging methods. 163 (3-4), 275-282, Geoderma (SCI)

  21. Lin, Y.-P., Cheng-Long Wang, Hsiao-Hsuan Yu, Chung-Wei Huang, Yung-Chieh Wang, Yu-Wen Chen, W.-Y. Wu, 2011, Monitoring and estimating the flow conditions and fish presence probability under various flow conditions at reach scale using Genetic algorithms and Kriging methods. 222, 762-775, Ecological Modeling. (SCI)

  22. Lin, Y.-P., C.-F. Wu, H.-J. Chu, P.H. Verburg, 2011, Comparing the prediction abilities of logistic regression, auto-logistic regression and neural network models in empirical land-use change modeling. 25, 65-87,International Journal of Geographical Information science (SSCI, SCI)

  23. Wu, C.-F., Y.-P. Lin, S.-H. Lin, 2011, Hybrid approach for comparing impacts of bird diversity conservation scenarios on landscape patterns and bird habitat suitability in the Shangan subwatershed in Taiwan. 92(7), 1809-1920, Journal of Environmental Management (SCI)

  24. Lin, Y.-P.,  H.-J. Chu, Y.-L. Hwang, C.-H. Tan, S. Rouhani. 2011, Monitoring and Identification of Spatiotemporal Landscape Changes in Multiple Remote Sensing Images by Using a Stratified Conditional Latin Hypercube Sampling Approach and geostatistical simulation. 177, 1-4, 353-373, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (SCI)) *

  25. Lin, Y.-P., H.-J. Chu, Y. L. Hwang, B.-Y. Chen, and T.-K. Chang, 2011, Modeling Spatial Uncertainty of Heavy Metals Content in Soil by Conditional Latin Hypercube Sampling and Geostatistical Simulation.62, 299-311.Environmental Earth Sciences (SCI)

  26. Lin, Y.-P., C.-L. Wang, C.-R. Chang and H.-H. Yu, 2011, Estimation of nested spatial patterns and seasonal variation in the longitudinal distribution of Sicyopterus japonicus in the Datuan Stream, Taiwan by using geostatistical methods, 178, 1-18. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (SCI)) *:corresponding author

  27. Lin, Y.-P., H.-J. Chu, C.-F. Wu, T.-K. Chang, C.-Y. Chen, 2011, Hotspot analysis of spatial soil pollutant patterns using kernel density estimation and geostatistical techniques, 2011, 8(1), 75-88, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. (SCI)

  28. Yu, H.-H., Y.-P. Lin*, C.-L. Wang, 2011, Monitoring and estimating scale-dependent hierarchical relationships between Sicyopterus japonicus density and stream habitat features in different seasons in northern Taiwan, 182, 171-186. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (SCI)) *:corresponding author

  29. Lin, Y.-P., B.-Y. Chen, G.-S. Shyu, and T.-K. Chang, 2010, Combing a Finite Mixture Distribution Model with Indicator Kriging to Delineate and Map the Spatial Patterns of Heavy Metal Pollution in Chunghua County, Central Taiwan. 158, 235–244. Environmental Pollution (SCI)

  30. Hong, N.-M. H.-J. Chu, Y.-P. Lin* and D.P. Deng, 2010, Effects of Land cover changes induced by large physical disturbances on hydrological responses in Central Taiwan. 166 (1-3), 503-520. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (SCI)) *:corresponding author

  31. Chu, C.-J., Y.-P. Lin*, C.-S. Jang and T.-K. Chang, 2010, Delineating the hazard zone in multiple soil pollutants by multivariate indicator kriging and conditioned Latin hypercube sampling, 158 (3-4), 242-251, Geoderma (SCI)*:corresponding author

  32. Chu, H.-J., L.-C. Chang, Y.-P. Lin, Y.-C. Wang, 2010, Application of System Dynamics on Shallow Multi-purpose Artificial Lakes: a study case of detention pond at Tainan, Taiwan, 15(3), 211-221, Environmental Modeling and Assessment. (SCI)

  33. Chu, H.-J., Y.-P. Lin*, C.-W. Huang, C.-Y. Hsu, and H.-Y. Chen, 2010, Modeling the Hydrologic Effect of Dynamic Land Use Change using a Distributed Hydrologic Model and a Spatial Land-use Allocation Model. 24 (18), 2538-2554, Hydrological Processes (SCI)  *:corresponding author

  34. Chang, L.-C., H.-J. Chu, Y.-P. Lin and Y.-W. Chen, 2010, Using a Hybrid Approach to Optimize Experimental Network Design for Aquifer Parameter Identification, 169, 133-142. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment(SCI)

  35. Lin, Y.-P., C.-L. Wang, H.-H. Yu, Y.-C. Wang, 2010, Estimating and Classifying Spatial and Temporal Distributions of Flow Conditions for Fish Habitats by Using Geostatistical Approaches with Measured Flow and Fish Data. Volume 6016/2010, 224-237. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (ICCSA 2010). (SCI in 2005)

  36. Chu, H.-J., Y.-P. Lin, and C.-F. Wu, 2010, Forecasting Space-Time Land Use Change in the Paochiao Watershed of Taiwan Using Demand Estimation and Empirical Simulation Approaches. Volume 6016/2010, 116-130. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (ICCSA 2010). (SCI in 2005)

  37. Lin, Y.-P., H.-J. Chu, C.-F. Wu, 2010, Spatial pattern analysis of landslide using landscape metrics and logistic regression: a case study in central Taiwan,Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussion 7, 3423-3451. (SCI)

  38. Chaing, C.-T., I.-B. Lian, C.-C. Su, K.-Y. Tsai, Y.-P. Lin, T.-K. Chang, 2010,  Spatiotemporal Trends in Oral Cancer Mortality and Potential Risks Associated with Heavy Metals Content in Taiwan Soil, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 7(11), 3916-3928. (SCI)

  39. Lin, Y.-P., H.-J. Chu, C.-L. Wang, H.-H. Yu and Y.-C. Wang, 2009, Remote sensing data with Latin hypercube sampling and geostatistical approach to delineate landscape changes induced by large chronological physical disturbances 9(1), 148-174, Sensors. (SCI)

  40. Lin, Y.-P., P.H. Verburg, C.-R. Chang, H.-Y. Chen and M.-H. Cheng, 2009, Developing and comparing optimal and empirical land-use models for the development of an urbanized watershed forest in Taiwan, 92, 242-254.Landscape and Urban Planning. (SCI, SSCI)

  41. Chu, H.-J., Lin, Y.-P.*, Y.-L. Huang and Y.-C. Wang, 2009, Detecting the Land-cover Changes Induced by Large-physical Disturbances using Landscape Metrics, Spatial Sampling, Simulation and Spatial Analysis, 9(9), 6670-6700,Sensors. (SCI) *:corresponding author

  42. Lin, Y.-P., M.-H. Yeh, D.-P. Deng and Y.-C. Wang, 2008, Geostatistical Approaches and Optimal Additional Sampling Schemes for Spatial Patterns and Future Samplings of Bird Diversity. 17, 175-188, Global Ecology and Biogeography. (SCI)

  43. Lin, Y.-P., P.J. Wu, N.M. Hong, 2008, The effects of changing the resolution of land-use modeling on simulations of land-use patterns and hydrology for a watershed land-use planning assessment in Wu-tu, Taiwan. 8, 54-66,Landscape and Urban Planning. (SCI, SSCI)

  44. Lin, Y.-P., Y.-B. Lin, Y.-T. Wang and N.-M. Hong, 2008, Monitoring and predicting land-use changes and hydrology of an urbanized Paochiao watershed in Taiwan using remote sensing data, urban growth models and a hydrological model. 8, 658-680, Sensors (SCI).

  45. Lin, Y.B., Y.-P. Lin* and D. Deng, 2008, Integrating remote sensing with directional two-dimension wavelet analysis and open GIS for quick detecting landslide patterns induced by large natural disturbances. 8, 1070-1089,Sensors (SCI). *:corresponding author

  46. Lin, Y.B, Y.-P. Lin* and W.T Fang, 2008, Mapping and assessing spatial multiscale variations of birds associated with urban environments in metropolitan Taipei, Taiwan. 145, 209-226, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (SCI)) *:corresponding author

  47. Lin, Y.P., 2008, Simulating spatial distributions, variability and uncertainty of soil arsenic by geostatistical simulations in Geographic information systems. 2, 26-33, Open Environmental Sciences.

  48. Lin, Y.-P., N.M. Hong, P. J. Wu, C.F. Wu and P.H. Verburg, 2007, Impacts of land use change scenarios on hydrology and land use pattern in the Wu-Tu watershed in Northern Taiwan. 80, 111-126. Landscape and Urban Planning(SCI, SSCI).

  49. Lin, Y.-P., N.M. Hong, P.J. Wu and C.J. Lin, 2007, Modeling and assessing land-use and hydrologic processes to future watershed land-use and climate change scenarios in watershed land-use planning. 53, 623-634.Environmental Geology. (SCI, EI)

  50. Lin, Y.B., Y.-P. Lin*, C.W. Liu and Y.C. Tan, 2006, Mapping of spatial multi-scale sources of arsenic variation in groundwater on ChiaNan floodplain of Taiwan, Science of The Total Environment, 370, 168-181. (SCI)*:corresponding author

  51. Yeh. M.H., Y.-P. Lin*, L.C. Chang, 2006, Designing an optimal multivariate geostatistical groundwater quality monitoring network using factorial kriging and genetic algorithms, Environmental Geology, 50(1), 101-121. (SCI, EI). *:corresponding author

  52. Lin, Y.-P., T.K. Chang C.F, Wu, D. G. Chian and S.H. Lin, 2006, Assessing impacts of typhoons and the ChiChi earthquake on Chenyuland watershed landscape patterns in Central Taiwan using landscape metrics, Environmental Management, 38(1), 108-125. (SCI).

  53. Lin, Y.-B., Y.-C. Tan, Y.-P. Lin*, C.-W. Liu , 2004, Geostatistical method to delineate anomalies of multi-scale spatial variation in Hydrogeological changes due to the ChiChi earthquake in the ChouShui River alluvial fan in Taiwan,Environmental Geology 47(1), 102-118. (SCI, EI). (*: Corresponding author)

  54. Tung, C.P., C.C. Tan, Y.-P. Lin*, 2003, Improving Groundwater-Flow Modeling using Optimal Zoning methods, Environmental Geology, 44(6), 627-638.(SCI, EI)

  55. Lin, Y.P., 2002, Multivariate geostatistical methods to identify and map spatial variations of soil heavy metals, Environmental Geology 42, 1-10. (SCI, EI)NSC 87-2621-P-002-012 and NSC 89-2621-B-002-004.

  56. Lin, Y.P., T.P. Teng and T.K. Chang, 2002, Multivariate Analysis of soil heavy metal pollution and Landscape patterns analysis in Changhua County in Taiwan, Landscape and Urban Planning, 62(1), 19-35. (SCI, SSCI)

  57. Lin, Y.P., T.K. Chang, C.W. Shi and C.H. Tsen, 2002, Factorial and indicator kriging method using geographic information system to delineate spatial variation and pollution sources of soil heavy metals, Environmental Geology,42, 900-909. (SCI, EI)

  58. Lin, Y.P. and S. Rouhani, 2001, Multiple-Point Variance Analysis for Optimal Adjustment of A Monitoring Network, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 69(3), pp. 239-266. (SCI, EI)

  59. Lin Y.P., T.K. Chang and T.P. Teng, 2001, Characterization of soil lead by comparing of sequential Gaussian simulation, simulated annealing simulation and kriging methods, Environmental Geology, 41(1/2), 189-199.

  60. Lin, Y.P., Y.C. Tan and S. Rouhani, 2001, Identifying Spatial Characteristics of Transmissivity using Simulated Annealing and Kriging Methods,Environmental Geology, 41(1/2), 200-208. (SCI, EI)

  61. Lin, Y.P. and T.K. Chang, 2000, Geostatistical Simulation and Estimation of the Spatial Variability of Soil Zinc, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A - Toxic/Hazardous Substance & Environmental Engineering, A35(3), 327-347.(SCI, EI)  

  62. Lin, Y.P. and T. K. Chang, 2000, Simulated annealing and kriging method for identifying the spatial patterns and variability of Soil heavy metal, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A - Toxic/Hazardous Substance & Environmental Engineering, A35(7), 1089-1115.

  63. Lin, Y.P., C. C. Li, and Tan, Y. C., 2000, Geostatistical Approach for Identification of Transmissivity Structure at Dulliu area in Taiwan,Environmental Geology, 40 (1/2), 111-120. (SCI, EI)

(In Chinese)

  1. Wu, C.-F. and Lin, Y.-P., 2006, Spatiotemporal land-use change modeling for Hsi-Chi area, Urban and Planning, 33(3):231-259.

  2. Lin, Y.-P., Wu, C.-F. and Deng, D.-P., 2004, Landscape ecological dimension and metrics in land-use spatiotemporal pattern analysis, Urban and Planning, 31(3), 239-268.

  3. Lin, Y.-B., Tang, I.-C., Lin, Y.-P. and Liu, C.-W., 2004, Multi-scale analysis on groundwater induced by the Chi-Chi Earthquake, Taiwan Water Conservation, 25, 1-16.

  4. Lin, Y.-P., Tseng, C.-H. and Teng, T.-P., 2002, Landscape ecological indices in the study of spatiotemparal pattern changes of watershed Landscapes, Journal of Chinese Agricultural Engineering, 48(1), 64-82. (In Chinese)

  5. Lin, Y.-P., Teng, T.-P. and Wu, C.-F., 2001, Quantitative Methods of Landscape Ecology in the Spatial Pattern Study of Agriculture Landscape, 47(2), Journal of Chinese Agricultural Engineering, p74-91. (In Chinese)

  6. Chan, Y.-C., Lin, Y.-P. and Tan, Y.-C., 2001, Application of Conditional Simulation in the Study of Groundwater Quality Monitoring Network Design, Taiwan Water Conservancy, 49(1), p19-28.(In Chinese)

  7. Lin, Y.-P., Dai, C.-F. and Wu, C.-F, 2001, Wetland Landscape Assessment of Tanshui River Estuarine Area- A Case Study in Waziwei Natural Reserve Area, Taiwan Water Conservancy, 49(2), p63-78.

  8. Teng, T.-P. and Lin, Y.-P., 2001, Using Fractal Dimension in the Study of Buildup Pattern in the Central Part of Taiwan, Human and Land, 209, p55-61.

  9. Lin, Y.-P., Teng, T.-P. and Tsen, C.-H., 2001, Geographic Information and Geostatistics in the Spatial Data Analysis, Chinese Culture University Geographical report, 14, p117-139. (In Chinese)

  10. Lin, Y.-P., and Teng, T.-P., 2001, Analyzing Urban Green Space by Using Fractal Theory and Remotely Imagery- A Case Study of Shin-Yi Planning Area in Taipei, City and Planning, 28(2), p127-154. (In Chinese)

  11. Lin, Y.-P., Teng, T.-P. and Tan, Y.-C., 2001, Conditional Geostatistical Simulation in the Study of Simulating Spatial Transmissivity Distribution of Dulliu Area, Journal of Chinese Agricultural Engineering, 47(4), p77-89.(In Chinese)

  12. Chang, T.-K., Hsu, G.-S. and Lin, Y.-P., 2001, Geostatistics with Geographic Information System in Soil Pollution Protection, 47(4), Journal of Chinese Agricultural Engineering, p20-28.(In Chinese)

  13. Lin, Y.-P. and Lin, Y.-C., 2000, Environmental Perception Study of Irrigation Pond in LuChu Area, Environmental Education Quarterly, 42, p35-48.(In Chinese)

  14. Lin, Y.-P., Teng, T.-P. and Tzeng, R.-C., 2000, Using Patch Shape Index and Statistical Methods in the Landscape Change of Irrigation Pond, Chinese Culture University Geographical Report, 13, p95-126. (In Chinese)