Edited By: Chao Li, Raffaele Lafortezza and Jiquan Chen
426 pages, 83 b/w & col illus
This book discusses how landscape ecology can contribute to addressing the challenges in contemporary forest management practice, with diverse contributions from active researchers worldwide. It provides not only a summary of conceptual understanding of landscape ecology as related to forest management but also a whole set of specific challenges, issues, and methods on how to deal with them.
Part I: Landscape Ecology and Forest Management.- Part II: Modeling Disturbance and Succession in Forest Landscapes.- Part III: Emerging Approaches in Forest Landscape Conservation.- Part IV: Practicing Sustainable Forest Landscape Management.
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