Why history matters in landscape ecology
We thank our colleagues, the authors and speakers in a special symposium at the US IALE meeting in April, 2006 in San Diego, and the meeting organizers who made our symposium possible. We also want to thank Jingle Wu, Editor-in-Chief of Landscape Ecology, for encouraging this special issue, and for handling outside review of those papers on which we appear as an author. We also thank the many colleagues who reviewed the manuscripts.
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