Basic Premises and Methods in Landscape Ecological Planning and Optimization

  • Milan Ruzicka
  • Ladislav Miklos


Several key scientific disciplines participate in the research of landscape ecology. Yet within the framework of comprehensive landscape research, the need for new theoretical and methodological approaches in each of these disciplines is ever more urgent.


Landscape Ecology Landscape Structure Landscape Property Alternative Proposal Ecological Evaluation 
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  • Ladislav Miklos

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