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Landscape Resilience Framework Operationalizing Ecological Resilience at the Landscape Scale

By: Erin Beller(Author), April Robinson(Author), Robin Grossinger(Author), Letitia Grenier(Author)
31 pages, colour illustrations
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The Landscape Resilience Framework is designed to facilitate application of resilience principles to ecosystem management by detailing the seven dimensions of a landscape that contribute to resilience. It represents a synthesis of thinking across empirical ecological studies and social-ecological resilience theory, and was reviewed by a team of expert advisors. The goal of the authors was to create a concise and comprehensive set of key considerations that could be integrated into identifying on-the-ground actions across urban design, conservation planning, and ecosystem management that would contribute to resilient future landscapes.

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By: Erin Beller(Author), April Robinson(Author), Robin Grossinger(Author), Letitia Grenier(Author)
31 pages, colour illustrations
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