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Landscape Ecological Applications in Man-Influenced Areas: Linking Man and Nature Systems / Edition 1

Landscape Ecological Applications in Man-Influenced Areas: Linking Man and Nature Systems / Edition 1


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ISBN-13: 9781402092947
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 10/14/2008
Edition description: 2007
Pages: 536
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.50(d)

Table of Contents

Preface.- Foreword; W. Haber.- Session I: Introduction. 1. Landscape ecological applications in man-influenced areas for linking man and nature systems; S.-K. Hong et al.- Session II: Landscape Analysis and Evaluation Method. Part 1. Baseline concept. 2. Spatial pattern analysis as a focus of landscape ecology to support evaluation of human impact on landscapes and diversity; K.J. Koffi et al.- 3. Application of landscape ecology in long term ecological research - Case study in China; B.-J. Fu et al.- 4. Ecological networks, from concept to implementation; R.H.G. Jongman.- Part 2. Applications in evaluation. 5. Landscape changes in Japan based on national grid maps; N. Nakagoshi, J.-E. Kim.- 6. Challenges faced when creating an evaluation method of biodiversity on an ecosystem level; J. Morimoto.- 7. Identification of the potential habitat for giant panda in the Wolong Nature Reserve by using landscape ecology methodology; L. Chen et al.- 8. Land use change from traditional to modern eras: Saitama Prefecture, Japan; R. Seguchi et al.- 9. Evaluation and planning of wildlife habitat in urban landscape; Y. Natuhara.- Session III. Landscape Management. Part 3. Applications in managing diversity. 10. Landscape ecology for biodiversity - Scaling up; T.H. Ro, S.-K. Hong.- 11. A higher-taxon approach with soil invertebrates to assessing habitat diversity in East Asian rural landscapes; S.-I. Tanabe et al.- 12. Landscape ecological approach in oil palm land use planning and management for forest conservation in Malaysia; S.A. Abdullah, N. Nakagoshi.- 13. Managing biodiversity of rice paddy culture in urban landscape - Case research in Seoul City; I.-J. Song, Y.-r. Gin.- Part 4. Applications in landscape health. 14. Landscape restoration - A case practice of Kushiro Mire, Hokkaido; F. Nakamura, Y.S. Ahn.- 15. Non-indigenous plant species in Central European forest ecosystems; S. Zerbe.- 16. Traffic mortality, analysis and mitigation - Effects of road, traffic, vehicle and species characteristics; F. van Langevelde et al.- 17. Element fluxes and budgets of a plantation embedded in an agroforestry landscape: Implication for landscape management and sustainability; W. Shen et al.- 18. The effects of the regulation system on the structure and dynamics of green space in an urban landscape - The case of Kitakyushu City; T. Manabe et al.- 19. Seeding on slopes in Japan for nature restoration; H. Yoshida.- 20. Wetlands and riparian buffer zones in landscape functioning; Ü. Mander, K. Kimmel.- 21. Post-fire forest restoration indicated by canopy density in the northern great Hing’an mountains; F.-J. Xie et al.- Session IV. Designing for Landscape Creation. Part 5. Applications in land planning and strategy. 22. Kyoto as a garden city - A landscape ecological perception of Japanese garden design; Y. Morimoto.- 23. Bee-Bo forest: Traditional landscape ecological forest in Korea; K.-S. Lee.- 24. Cultural patterns as a component of environmental planning and design; R.D. Brown et al.- 25. Comparison of scenarios for the Vistula river, Poland; T. van der Sluis et al.- 26. Trends and future researches in green space design - Toward practical planning; K. Nagashima.- 27. Beijing urban spatial distribution and resulting impacts on

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