Current Landscape Ecology Reports
This journal synthesizes the most significant developments in current landscape ecology research, highlighting both important areas of consensus, and important areas of current debate to underline major findings and delineate the edges of the discipline.
Coverage includes these topics and more: causes and consequences of landscape change; the interaction of landscape ecology and natural resources management; landscape design and planning for ecological outcomes; key methodological developments in landscape ecology; spatial scaling issues in landscape ecology; the spread of undesired species and processes; and ecosystem service provision and human wellbeing; and the effects of landscape structure on species and biodiversity conservation.
Landscape Change - Causes and Effects (C Sirami, Section Editor)Topical Collection Topical Collection on Landscape Change - Causes and Effects
Landscape Design and Planning For Ecological Outcomes (G Siriwardena, Section Editor)Topical Collection Topical Collection on Landscape Design and Planning for Ecological Outcomes
Evidence and Opportunities for Integrating Landscape Ecology into Natural Resource Planning across Multiple-Use Landscapes
Scale-Measurement, Influence, and Integration (A Martin and J Holland, Section Editors)Topical Collection Topical Collection on Scale-Measurement, Influence, and Integration
The Spatial Scale of a Species’ Response to the Landscape Context Depends on which Biological Response You Measure
Amanda E. Martin (March 2018)
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