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Applied Landscape Ecology

Handbook / Manual New
By: Francisco Castro Rego(Author), Stephen C Bunting(Author), Eva Kristina Strand(Author), Paulo Godinho-Ferreira(Author), Richard TT Forman(Foreword By)
265 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour tables
Applied Landscape Ecology
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  • Applied Landscape Ecology ISBN: 9781119368205 Hardback Feb 2019 In stock
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Elements of geography, conservation biology, soil science and numerous other disciplines factor into landscape ecology's rich analyses of the ecological and environmental forces at play across different terrains. With its unique, organism-oriented approach to the subject, this insightful book considers the effects of ecological processes upon particular species and places its findings within the context of larger-scale concerns. Students, researchers, and practitioners alike will find this a rewarding and instructive read that offers practical and detailed information on the latest methods and technologies used in the field today.

Contents

Foreword
Preface

1 Concepts and approaches in Landscape Ecology
2 Points as landscape elements
3 Linear elements and networks
4 Patches and their interactions
5 The vertical dimension of landscapes
6 Movements through landscapes
7 Landscape composition, diversity and habitat selection
8 Landscape pattern: Composition and configuration
9 Landscape dynamics
10. From landscape ecology to landscape management

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Handbook / Manual New
By: Francisco Castro Rego(Author), Stephen C Bunting(Author), Eva Kristina Strand(Author), Paulo Godinho-Ferreira(Author), Richard TT Forman(Foreword By)
265 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour tables
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