Author: John A. Bissonette,Ilse Storch
Publisher: Island Press; 2nd ed. edition (November 1, 2002)
Category: Biological Sciences
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Landscape ecology has significantly contributed to develop planning procedures as well as nature conservation and management policies (. Bissonette 1997; Gutzwiller 2002; Liu and Taylor 2002; Bissonette and Storch 2003; Forman et al. 2003).
Landscape ecology has significantly contributed to develop planning procedures as well as nature conservation and management policies (. The idea that resources and processes have an heterogeneous spatial distribution, has accelerated, on one hand the sunset of the ecosystem paradigm (O'Neill 2001), but at the same time has offered a new perspective, which challenges toward the foundation of a science of landscape. The Eco-field Hypothesis: Toward a Cognitive Landscape.
Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management, Freiburg University. JA Bissonette, I Storch. wildlife ecology conservation biology. Articles Cited by. Title. Fragmentation: is the message clear? JA Bissonette, I Storch. Conservation Ecology 6 (2), 2002.
Bissonette, J. & Storch, I. (ed. 2007. Temporal Dimensions of Landscape Ecology: Wildlife Responses to variable resources. Island Press, Washington . Springer Verlag, New York, Heidelberg, 284 S. (ISBN: 978-0-387-45444). Storch, . Woitke, E. & Krieger, S. 2005. and Covelo, C. USA. 463 S.
and Storch I. Island Press, Washington, . Applying Landscape Ecology in Biological Conservation. Springer-Verlag, New York, New York. Future landscapes and the future of landscape ecology. Landscape and Urban Planning 37: 1–9. Google Scholar. Liu, . and Taylor . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.
They organized the book into three sections.
463 pages, Figs, tabs. Publisher: Island Press. Bestsellers in Environmental Management. Woodland Creation for Wildlife and People in a Changing Climate.