Volume 6 2007

Transdisciplinary Challenges in Landscape Ecology and Restoration Ecology

An Anthology with Forewords by E. Laszlo and M. Antrop and Epilogue by E. Allen

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-4420-5 (Print) 978-1-4020-4422-9 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Mediterranean Issues

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 33-33

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      Pages 35-59

      Mediterranean Ecosystems and Vegetation Types in California and Israel Ecology 48: 445–459.

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      Pages 61-93

      Structural and Floristic Diversity of Shrub-lands and Woodlands in Northern Israel and Other Mediterranean Areas Vegetation 4: 171–190

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      Pages 95-115

      Fire in the Mediterranean – A Landscape Ecological Perspective In: Goldammer, J.F., Jenkins M.J. (Eds.) Fire in Ecosystems Dynamics. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium in Freiburg, FRG, May 1989. SPB Academic Publishing by, the Hague, the Netherlands, pp. 1–20

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      Pages 117-134

      From Biodiversity to Ecodiversity: A Landscape-Ecology Approach to Conservation and Restoration. Restoration Ecology 2: 180–189

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      Pages 135-158

      Conservation, Restoration, and Research Priorities for Mediterranean Uplands Threatened by Global Climate Change. In: Moreno J, Oechel WE (Eds.) Global Change and Mediterranean–Type Ecosystems Ecological Studies Vol. 117. Springer, New York, pp. 482–508

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      Pages 159-185

      From Biodiversity to Ecodiversity - Holistic Conservation of the Biological and Cultural Diversity of Mediterranean Landscapes. In: Rundel P., Montenegro G., Jaksic F.M. (Eds.) Landscape Disturbance and Biodiversity in Mediterranean - Type Ecosystems. Ecological Studies Vol. 136 Springer, Berlin pp. 23-50

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      Pages 187-213

      The Role of Fire in the Evolution of the Mediterranean Cultural Landscape in the Pleistocene and Early Holocene with special reference to Mt. Carmel. (Based on: The Evolution of the Cultural Landscape in Israel as Affected by Fire, Grazing, and Human Activities. Z. Naveh and Y. Carmel. in: Wasser S. P. (Ed.) Papers in Honour of Eviatar Nevo. Evolutionary Theory and Processes: Modern Horizons. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht pp. 337–409)

  2. Global Issues

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 215-215

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      Pages 217-234

      The Development of Tanzania Masailand. A Sociological and Ecological Challenge. African Soils: 499–518

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      Pages 235-247

      The Role of Landscape Ecology in Development Environmental Conservation 5: 57–63

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      Pages 249-280

      Culture and Landscape Conservation: A Landscape-Ecological Perspective. In: Gopal B.P., Pathak P., Sayena K.G. (Eds.) Ecology Today: An Anthology of Contemporary Ecological Research International Scientific Publications, New Delhi, pp. 19–48

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      Pages 281-295

      Ecological and Cultural Landscape Restoration and the Cultural Evolution towards a Post-Industrial Symbiosis between Human Society and Nature. Restoration Energy 6: 135–143

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      Pages 297-318

      Ten Major Premises for a Holistic Conception of Multifunctional Landscapes Landscape and Urban Planning 57: 269–284

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      Pages 319-352

      Multifunctional, Self-Organizing Biosphere Landscapes and the Future of Our Total Human Ecosystem. World Futures 60: 469–503

  3. Recapitulation

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 353-353

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      Pages 353-401

      The Transformation of Landscape Ecology and Restoration Ecology into Transdisciplinary Sciences of Holistic Landscape Study, Management and Planning, Conservation and Restoration