Some general principles of landscape and regional ecology
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- Forman, R.T.T. Landscape Ecol (1995) 10: 133. doi:10.1007/BF00133027
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A dozen general principles of landscape and regional ecology are delineated to stimulate their evaluation, refinement, and usage. Brief background material and a few references provide entrées into the subjects. The principles are presented in four groups: landscapes and regions; patches and corridors; mosaics; and applications. Most appear useful in solving a wide range of environmental and societal land-use issues.