Landscape and Ecological Engineering
Landscape and Ecological Engineering is published by the International Consortium of Landscape and Ecological Engineering with the aim of protecting and improving the environment in the face of biodiversity loss, desertification, global warming, and other environmental conditions.
The journal presents original papers, reports, reviews and technical notes on all aspects of conservation, restoration, and management of ecosystems. Its scope is not limited to purely scientific approaches, but welcomes technological and design approaches that provide useful and practical solutions to today's environmental problems.
The coverage is relevant to students and researchers at universities and institutes, while its emphasis on the practical application of research will interest all decision makers dealing with landscape planning and management problems.
The Editors-in-Chief of Landscape and Ecological Engineering are Yoshihiro Natuhara (Nagoya University, Japan), Kazumi Tanida (Osaka Museum of Natural History, Japan), Dong Kun Lee (Seoul National University, Korea).
For submission after 1 Jan 2018, the journal will not ask for page charges any longer.
SPECIAL FEATURE: FOREWORD
Special Feature - Original Paper
Long-term effects of salvage logging after a catastrophic wind disturbance on forest structure in northern Japan
How predictable are the responses of ant and dung beetle assemblages to patch and landscape attributes in fragmented tropical forest landscapes?
- Journal Title
- Landscape and Ecological Engineering
- Volume 1 / 2005 - Volume 15 / 2019
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- Springer Japan
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