5 edition of Landscape approaches in mammalian ecology and conservation found in the catalog.
|Statement||William Z. Lidicker, Jr., editor.|
|Contributions||Lidicker, William Zander, 1932-, International Theriological Congress (6th : 1993 : Sydney, Australia)|
|LC Classifications||QL739.8 .L36 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 215 p. :|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||95038448|
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Finally, a book on a major GIS/Landscape Ecology project in Costa Rica was published by Columbia University Press. Impacts The landscape approaches developed in my research program will assist corporations and landowners in the sustainable management of their lands. It will also provide quantitative solutions to modeling the effects and impacts.
Small mammal populations have become one of the main research tools to provide generalizations for spatial planning in conservation. Landscape ecology began as a predominantly descriptive discipline, but recent approaches with small mammals often have involved experimental work, sometimes considered as ‘experimental model systems’ (EMS) for Author: Lennart Hansson.
This book explores the latest ideas about landscapes as they apply to mammalian ecology and conservation. The contributors examine the contributions of mammalian field studies and experimental model systems to landscape ecology, and then present data on the use of such experimental protocols.
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At the core of the book are the landscape concept. This book focuses on the use of molecular tools to study populations of rare and endangered mammals, and presents case studies that apply an evolutionary framework to answer innovative questions in the emerging field of mammalian conservation genomics with a diverse set of novel molecular tools.
The book is primarily directed to students in ecology, but conservation biology, resource management, landscape architecture and land planning will also find topics of interest here.
it undoubtedly a fine piece of work by two leading Landscape approaches in mammalian ecology and conservation book that deserves to be read and savoured by anyone with an interest in the field of landscape. Landscape Approaches in Mammalian Ecology and Conservation This book explores the latest ideas about landscapes as they apply to mammalian ecology and conservation.
The contributors examine the contributions of mammalian field studies and experimental model systems to landscape ecology, and then present data on the use of such experimental protocols. Landscape-scale conservation is a holistic approach to landscape management, aiming to reconcile the competing objectives of nature conservation and economic activities across a given landscape.
Landscape-scale conservation may sometimes be attempted because of climate can be seen as an alternative to Landscape approaches in mammalian ecology and conservation book based conservation. Many global problems such as poverty, food security.
Landscape ecology is the science of studying and improving the relationship between spatial pattern and ecological processes on a multitude of scales and organizational levels.
and landscape. This book explores the latest ideas about landscapes as they apply to mammalian ecology and conservation. The Contributors examine mammalian field studies and experimental model systems to landscape ecology, and then present data on the use of such experimental protocols.
This second Landscape approaches in mammalian ecology and conservation book is purposefully more applied and international in its examples, approaches, perspectives and contributors.
It includes new advances in quantifying landscape structure and connectivity (such as graph theory), as well as labs that incorporate the latest scientific understanding of ecosystem services, resilience, social-ecological landscapes, and even seascapes.
Landscape ecology continues to grow as an exciting, dynamic ecological d- cipline. With its broadscale emphasis and multidisciplinary approach, la- scape ecology lends itself both to basic research and to applications in land management, land-use planning, wildlife management, ecosystem mana- ment, and conservation biology.
Landscape ecology is often defined by it focus on the role of humans in creating and affecting landscape patterns and process. Indeed, landscape ecology is sometimes considered to be an interdisciplinary science dealing with the interrelation between human society and its living environment.
Hence, a great deal of landscape ecology deals with File Size: KB. Book Title: Landscape Approaches in Mammalian Ecology and Conservation Author: William Z.
Lidicker, Jr. (editor) Selection Statement: This book was one of the first of its kind to address the study of mammalian ecology from a landscape perspective. Thorough study of the chapters in the book, as well as preparation for the chapter that I. Certainly, 'landscape' is a central concept in landscape ecology.
It is, however, defined in quite different ways. For example: Carl Troll conceives of landscape not as a mental construct but as an objectively given 'organic entity', a harmonic individuum of space. Ernst Neef defines landscapes as sections within the uninterrupted earth-wide interconnection of geofactors which are defined as.
Landscape conservation 1. LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION AR LANDSCAPE AND ECOLOGY 2. WHAT IS LANDSCAPING. Landscaping refers to any activity that modifies the visible features of an area of land, including: Living elements- Flora and fauna Natural elements- Landforms, terrains, water bodies Human elements- Structures, buildings, fences, etc.
Abstract elements. Martes populations as indicators of habitat spatial patterns: the need for a multiscale approach. Pages in W. Lidicker, Jr., ed., Landscape approaches in mammalian ecology and conservation. by: Theresa conducts research in landscape ecology and conservation biology, with a particular focus on conservation planning for wildlife.
She is interested in how biodiversity hangs on in human-dominated landscapes, and especially how wide-ranging birds and mammalian carnivores use. we discuss principles for applying landscape ecology. We identify major voids in ecological theory and existing data that need to be filled for land managers to be better prepared to apply the principles of landscape ecology to biological conser- vation.
Finally, we suggest research approaches that may be used to fill knowl- edge by: RESULTS. An average of (SD = ) data points were used for each species to estimate the rate of body length change (Appendix 1). When we plotted the rate of body length change against the present body mass of the 25 mammalian species (Appendix 1), we noted a negative trend (Fig.
1).Cited by: Current Understanding of Landscape Ecology • Landscape ecology unique in: – Focus on importance of spatial configuration for ecological processes; – Focus on spatial extents that are much larger than those traditionally studied in ecology.
• The main goal: – Understand how nature works. – Use knowledge to manage Size: 3MB. This book is somewhat of a milestone in the continuum, as it aims to take stock of the â â contributions of landscape approaches in mammalian ecology to ecological theory and to conservation biology.â â The ï¬ rst chapters by W.
Lidicker and L. Hansson provide a very enlightening perspective on the origins of mammalian landscape ecology. This important new work--the first of its kind--focuses on the distribution patterns of landscape elements or ecosystems; the flows of animals, plants, energy, mineral nutrients and water; and the ecological changes in the landscape over time.
Includes over 1, references from current ecology, geography, forestry, and wildlife biologcy /5. In these human‐dominated landscapes, conservation strategies are a matter of public debate over which type of ecosystem or landscape is wanted and should have priority for conservation.
The diverse habitat mosaic created by low‐intensity agriculture, as practiced in the middle of the 19th century, is the most appealing vision of a complex Cited by: Translational strategies.
The disciplines of ecology and biological conservation have recently attempted to articulate the benefits of design as a relevant cultural and aesthetic endeavour (Barrett et ala; Gobster et al).In this regard, Barrett et al.() and Felton and Pickett advocate creating ecological ‘designed experiments’ where public landscapes are created by melding Cited by: 6.
understanding of the inner workings of landscape is a perfect book for Landscape Architects as well as anyone else with an interest in the subject. every LA should have this reference book a pocket guide The book I received is entirely written in the inside, and also underline.
So the outside looks perfect. The New Zealand Biodiversity Strategy launched in contained an action point (Action b) encouraging and supporting the maintenance and restoration of indigenous biodiversity in urban environments and encouraging community involvement in biodiversity conservation (Department of Conservation & Ministry for the Environment ).Cited by: Recent analyses have shown that about a quarter of all mammal species are threatened with extinction.
At the same time, the conservation movement is moving rapidly away from a traditional 'protectionist' approach to nature to a more integrated view of wildlife and landscape conservation. This volume provides the first review of modern conservation approaches as they relate to mammals.
The book provides a fresh view of the subject of landscape ecology, which has not been summarized and interpreted in more than a decade. pp., color plates. See book review in the Journal of Landscape Ecology.
Distilling a complex subdiscipline down for introductory students by D.M. Kashian. Landscape Ecology, Vol. 27, Issue This is a personal website for James (Jed) D. Murdoch and the information, text, images, videos, content, opinions, and representations do not necessarily reflect those of the UVM Wildlife and Fisheries Biology Program, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont, The Nature Conservancy, or other organizations or entities mentioned on the site.
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