By: Almo Farina
317 pages, Illus, figs
Presents the state of the art of the fundamentals of landscape ecology. Contents include: Foreword; Part I: Principles, Theory, and Methods; Part II: Landscape Evaluation; Part III: Management and Conservation of Landscapes; Acting in Landscape Ecology: Concluding Remarks. References. Glossary & Acronyms. Species Index. Author Index. Subject Index.
'This book should be useful to educators, researchers, horticulturists and government officials responsible for land use issues.' Current Books on Gardening & Botany, 2001 'The author succeeds in conveying both the successes and current state of affairs in landscape ecology. Importantly, this is allied to a sense of the potential of landscape ecology as a conceptual and practical framework for addressing many of the contentious issues in conservation and land management that are currently being faced world-wide.' Dr Christopher Young, University of Wolverhampton, UK
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