Landscape-scale Conservation Planning

  • Stephen C. Trombulak
  • Robert F. Baldwin

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Stephen C. Trombulak, Robert F. Baldwin
    Pages 1-15
  3. Elizabeth Dennis Baldwin, Richard W. Judd
    Pages 33-52
  4. Robert J. Lilieholm, Lloyd C. Irland, John M. Hagan
    Pages 67-98
  5. Keith H. Nislow, Christian O. Marks, Kimberly A. Lutz
    Pages 99-119
  6. Patrick G. R. Jodice, Robert M. Suryan
    Pages 139-165
  7. Jessica Spelke Jansujwicz, Aram J. K. Calhoun
    Pages 205-233
  8. Karen F. Beazley, Elizabeth Dennis Baldwin, Conrad Reining
    Pages 235-255
  9. Stephen C. Trombulak, Robert F. Baldwin, Gillian Woolmer
    Pages 281-301
  10. Robert F. Baldwin, Ryan M. Perkl, Stephen C. Trombulak, Walter B. Burwell III
    Pages 349-367
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 407-427

About this book


This book expands the thinking and techniques of the new field of systematic conservation planning to include significant improvements borne of integrating social and natural conditions and processes to address the questions and problems of protecting ecosystem pattern and process in human-dominated landscapes. Specifically it undertakes to answer the question of how to accomplish ecoregion-scale, transboundary conservation in a variety of realms including seascapes, multiple nations and jurisdictions, all by using numerous conservation targets and by incorporating changing climate, land use, and other social and natural processes operating at multi-spatial and temporal scales.


Governance ambio biodiversity and conservation ecosystem environmental management landscape ecology modeling oecologia

Editors and affiliations

  • Stephen C. Trombulak
    • 1
  • Robert F. Baldwin
    • 2
  1. 1., Department of Biology and Program in EnvMiddlebury CollegeMiddleburyUSA
  2. 2., Department Forestry and Natural ResourceClemson UniversityClemson, SCUSA

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