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    1. Radford, IJ; Nicholas, DM; Brown, JR; Kriticos, DJ
      Paddock-scale patterns of seed production and dispersal in the invasive shrub Acacia nilotica (Mimosaceae) in northern Australian rangelands

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    2. Ewel, KC; Cressa, C; Kneib, RT; Lake, PS; Levin, LA; Palmer, MA; Snelgrove, P; Wall, DH
      Managing critical transition zones

      ECOSYSTEMS
    3. Brookes, CJ
      A genetic algorithm for designing optimal patch configurations in GIS

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SCIENCE
    4. Johnson, GD; Myers, WL; Patil, GP; Taillie, C
      Fragmentation profiles for real and simulated landscapes

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECOLOGICAL STATISTICS
    5. Jensen, ME; Goodman, IA; Bourgeron, PS; Poff, NL; Brewer, CK
      Effectiveness of biophysical criteria in the hierarchical classification of drainage basins

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    6. Wang, Y; Dawson, R; Han, D; Peng, J; Liu, Z; Ding, Y
      Landscape ecological planning and design of degraded mining land

      LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT
    7. Bossenbroek, JM; Kraft, CE; Nekola, JC
      Prediction of long-distance dispersal using gravity models: Zebra mussel invasion of inland lakes

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    8. Carroll, C; Noss, RF; Paquet, PC
      Carnivores as focal species for conservation planning in the Rocky Mountain region

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    9. Hann, WJ; Bunnell, DL
      Fire and land management planning and implementation across multiple scales

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE
    10. Michels, E; Cottenie, K; Neys, L; De Gelas, K; Coppin, P; De Meester, L
      Geographical and genetic distances among zooplankton populations in a set of interconnected ponds: a plea for using GIS modelling of the effective geographical distance

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    11. Lomolino, MV; Perault, DR
      Island biogeography and landscape ecology of mammals inhabiting fragmented, temperate rain forests

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
    12. Vardon, MJ; Brocklehurst, PS; Woinarski, JCZ; Cunningham, RB; Donnelly, CF; Tidemann, CR
      Seasonal habitat use by flying-foxes, Pteropus alecto and P-scapulatus (Megachiroptera), in monsoonal Australia

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    13. Dingerkus, SK; Montgomery, WI
      The diet and landclass affinities of the Irish hare Lepus timidus hibernicus

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    14. Kammerbauer, J; Cordoba, B; Escolan, R; Flores, S; Ramirez, V; Zeledon, J
      Identification of development indicators in tropical mountainous regions and some implications for natural resource policy designs: an integrated community case study

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    15. Nicholls, CI; Parrella, M; Altieri, MA
      The effects of a vegetational corridor on the abundance and dispersal of insect biodiversity within a northern California organic vineyard

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    16. Atauri, JA; de Lucio, JV
      The role of landscape structure in species richness distribution of birds,amphibians, reptiles and lepidopterans in Mediterranean landscapes

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    17. Sweeney, BA; Cook, JE
      A landscape-level assessment of understory diversity in upland forests of North-Central Wisconsin, USA

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    18. Cadenasso, ML; Pickett, STA
      Effect of edge structure on the flux of species into forest interiors

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    19. Ward, JV; Tockner, K; Uehlinger, U; Malard, F
      Understanding natural patterns and processes in river corridors as the basis for effective river restoration

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    20. Leslie, DJ
      Effect of river management on colonially-nesting waterbirds in the Barmah-Millewa forest, south-eastern Australia

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    21. Hemstrom, MA; Korol, JJ; Hann, WJ
      Trends in terrestrial plant communities and landscape health indicate the effects of alternative management strategies in the interior Columbia Riverbasin

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    22. Hann, WJ; Hemstrom, MA; Haynes, RW; Clifford, JL; Gravenmier, RA
      Costs and effectiveness of multi-scale integrated management

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    23. Elkie, PC; Rempel, RS
      Detecting scales of pattern in boreal forest landscapes

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    24. Brosofske, KD; Chen, J; Crow, TR
      Understory vegetation and site factors: implications for a managed Wisconsin landscape

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    25. Iverson, LR; Szafoni, DL; Baum, SE; Cook, EA
      A riparian wildlife habitat evaluation scheme developed using GIS

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    26. Ochoa-Gaona, S
      Traditional land-use systems and patterns of forest fragmentation in the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    27. Butler, DR
      Geomorphic process-disturbance corridors: a variation on a principle of landscape ecology

      PROGRESS IN PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
    28. Bowman, DMJS
      Future eating and country keeping: what role has environmental history in the management of biodiversity?

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    29. Fall, A; Fall, J
      A domain-specific language for models of landscape dynamics

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    30. Munier, B; Nygaard, B; Ejrnaes, R; Bruun, HG
      A biotope landscape model for prediction of semi-natural vegetation in Denmark

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    31. Lofman, S; Kouki, J
      Fifty years of landscape transformation in managed forests of Southern Finland

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    32. Aschenwald, J; Leichter, K; Tasser, E; Tappeiner, U
      Spatio-temporal landscape analysis in mountainous terrain by means of small format photography: A methodological approach

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON GEOSCIENCE AND REMOTE SENSING
    33. Sanchez-Jerez, P; Cesar, A; Cortez, FS; Pereira, CDS; Silva, SLR
      Spatial distribution of the most abundant sea urchin populations on the southeast coast of Sao Paulo (Brazil)

      CIENCIAS MARINAS
    34. Musacchio, LR; Coulson, RN
      Landscape ecological planning process for wetland, waterfowl, and farmlandconservation

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    35. Freeman, RE; Ray, RO
      Landscape ecology practice by small scale river conservation groups

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    36. Antrop, M
      The language of landscape ecologists and planners - A comparative content analysis of concepts used in landscape ecology

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    37. Viles, RL; Rosier, DJ
      How to use roads in the creation of greenways: case studies in three New Zealand landscapes

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    38. Glenz, C; Massolo, A; Kuonen, D; Schlaepfer, R
      A wolf habitat suitability prediction study in Valais (Switzerland)

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    39. Hehl-Lange, S
      Structural elements of the visual landscape and their ecological functions

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    40. Bell, S
      Landscape pattern, perception and visualisation in the visual management of forests

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    41. Di Pietro, F
      Assessing ecologically sustainable agricultural land-use in the Central Pyrenees at the field and landscape level

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    42. Heske, EJ; Robinson, SK; Brawn, JD
      Nest predation and neotropical migrant songbirds: piecing together the fragments

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    43. Ward, JV; Tockner, K
      Biodiversity: towards a unifying theme for river ecology

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    44. French, BW; Elliott, NC; Berberet, RC; Burd, JD
      Effects of riparian and grassland habitats on ground beetle (Coleoptera : Carabidae) assemblages in adjacent wheat fields

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    45. Wilson, GA; Hart, K
      Farmer participation in agri-environmental schemes: Towards conservation-oriented thinking?

      SOCIOLOGIA RURALIS
    46. Adler, PB; Raff, DA; Lauenroth, WK
      The effect of grazing on the spatial heterogeneity of vegetation

      OECOLOGIA
    47. West, K; Van Woesik, R
      Spatial and temporal variance of river discharge on Okinawa (Japan): Inferring the temporal impact on adjacent coral reefs

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    48. Roach, JL; Stapp, P; Van Horne, B; Antolin, MF
      Genetic structure of a metapopulation of black-tailed prairie dogs

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    49. Medley, KE; Gramlich-Kaufman, LM
      A landscape guide in environmental education

      JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY
    50. Brown, NR; Noss, RF; Diamond, DD; Myers, MN
      Conservation biology and forest certification: Working together toward ecological sustainability

      JOURNAL OF FORESTRY
    51. Friedman, SK; Reich, PB; Frelich, LE
      Multiple scale composition and spatial distribution patterns of the north-eastern Minnesota presettlement forest

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    52. Radeloff, VC; Hammer, RB; Voss, PR; Hagen, AE; Field, DR; Mladenoff, DJ
      Human demographic trends and landscape level forest management in the northwest Wisconsin Pine Barrens

      FOREST SCIENCE
    53. Hovel, KA; Lipcius, RN
      Habitat fragmentation in a seagrass landscape: Patch size and complexity control blue crab survival

      ECOLOGY
    54. Urban, D; Keitt, T
      Landscape connectivity: A graph-theoretic perspective

      ECOLOGY
    55. Boulinier, T; Nichols, JD; Hines, JE; Sauer, JR; Flather, CH; Pollock, KH
      Forest fragmentation and bird community dynamics: Inference at regional scales

      ECOLOGY
    56. Heyerdahl, EK; Brubaker, LB; Agee, JK
      Spatial controls of historical fire regimes: A multiscale example from theinterior west, USA

      ECOLOGY
    57. Andreassen, HP; Ims, RA
      Dispersal in patchy vole populations: Role of patch configuration, densitydependence, and demography

      ECOLOGY
    58. Austen, MJW; Francis, CM; Burke, DM; Bradstreet, MSW
      Landscape context and fragmentation effects on forest birds in southern Ontario

      CONDOR
    59. Schmid-Holmes, S; Drickamer, LC
      Impact of forest patch characteristics on small mammal communities: a multivariate approach

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    60. Loyn, RH; McNabb, EG; Volodina, L; Willig, R
      Modelling landscape distributions of large forest owls as applied to managing forests in north-east Victoria, Australia

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    61. Bolger, DT; Scott, TA; Rotenberry, JT
      Use of corridor-like landscape structures by bird and small mammal species

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    62. Bell, SS; Brooks, RA; Robbins, BD; Fonseca, MS; Hall, MO
      Faunal response to fragmentation in seagrass habitats: implications for seagrass conservation

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    63. Vandermeer, J; Carvajal, R
      Metapopulation dynamics and the quality of the matrix

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    64. Ricketts, TH
      The matrix matters: Effective isolation in fragmented landscapes

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    65. Vos, CC; Verboom, J; Opdam, PFM; Ter Braak, CJF
      Toward ecologically scaled landscape indices

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    66. Bogaert, J; Salvador-Van Eysenrode, D; Van Hecke, P; Impens, I; Ceulemans, R
      Land-cover change: Quantification metrics for perforation using 2-D gap features

      ACTA BIOTHEORETICA
    67. Ludwig, JA; Wiens, JA; Tongway, DJ
      A scaling rule for landscape patches and how it applies to conserving soilresources in savannas

      ECOSYSTEMS
    68. Franklin, SB; Tolonen, M
      Temporally-explicit models of fire and forest

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    69. Gray, AN
      Adaptive ecosystem management in the Pacific northwest: a case study from coastal Oregon

      CONSERVATION ECOLOGY
    70. Riitters, K; Wickham, J; O'Neill, R; Jones, B; Smith, E
      Global-scale patterns of forest fragmentation

      CONSERVATION ECOLOGY
    71. Bridge, SRJ; Johnson, EA
      Geomorphic principles of terrain organization and vegetation gradients

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    72. Kuczenski, TK; Field, DR; Voss, PR; Radeloff, VC; Hagen, AE
      Integrating demographic and Landsat (TM) data at a watershed scale

      Journal of the american water resources association
    73. Radeloff, VC; Mladenoff, DJ; Boyce, MS
      A historical perspective and future outlook on landscape scale restorationin the northwest Wisconsin pine barrens

      RESTORATION ECOLOGY
    74. Ellis, EC; Li, RG; Yang, LZ; Cheng, X
      Changes in village-scale nitrogen storage in China's Tai Lake Region

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    75. Radeloff, VC; Mladenoff, DJ; Boyce, MS
      Effects of interacting disturbances on landscape patterns: Budworm defoliation and salvage logging

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    76. Baldi, A; Kisbenedek, T
      Bird species numbers in an archipelago of reeds at Lake Velence, Hungary

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
    77. Simenstad, CA; Cordell, JR
      Ecological assessment criteria for restoring anadromous salmonid habitat in Pacific Northwest estuaries

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    78. Mitsch, WJ; Gosselink, JG
      The value of wetlands: importance of scale and landscape setting

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    79. Fortin, MJ; Olson, RJ; Ferson, S; Iverson, L; Hunsaker, C; Edwards, G; Levine, D; Butera, K; Klemas, V
      Issues related to the detection of boundaries

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    80. Herlin, ILS; Fry, GLA
      Dispersal of woody plants in forest edges and hedgerows in a Southern Swedish agricultural area: the role of site and landscape structure

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    81. Moss, MR
      Interdisciplinarity, landscape ecology and the 'Transformation of Agricultural Landscapes'

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    82. Crist, PJ; Kohley, TW; Oakleaf, J
      Assessing land-use impacts on biodiversity using an expert systems tool

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    83. Clark, FS; Slusher, RB
      Using spatial analysis to drive reserve design: a case study of a nationalwildlife refuge in Indiana and Illinois (USA)

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    84. Linden, H; Danilov, PI; Gromtsev, AN; Helle, P; Ivanter, EV; Kurhinen, J
      Large-scale forest corridors to connect the taiga fauna to Fennoscandia

      WILDLIFE BIOLOGY
    85. Radeloff, VC; Hagen, AE; Voss, PR; Field, DR; Mladenoff, DJ
      Exploring the spatial relationship between census and land-cover data

      SOCIETY & NATURAL RESOURCES
    86. Shafer, CL
      The northern Yellowstone elk debate: Policy, hypothesis, and implications

      NATURAL AREAS JOURNAL
    87. Zajac, RN; Lewis, RS; Poppe, LJ; Twichell, DC; Vozarik, J; DiGiacomo-Cohen, ML
      Relationships among sea-floor structure and benthic communities in Long Island Sound at regional and benthoscape scales

      JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH
    88. Schick, RS; Urban, DL
      Spatial components of bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus) distribution in the Alaskan Beaufort Sea

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    89. Clark, DB; Clark, DA
      Landscape-scale variation in forest structure and biomass in a tropical rain forest

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    90. Quinby, PA
      First-year impacts of shelterwood logging on understory vegetation in an old-growth pine stand in central Ontario, Canada

      ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
    91. Charton, JAG; Williams, ID; Ruzafa, AP; Milazzo, M; Chemello, R; Marcos, C; Kitsos, MS; Koukouras, A; Riggio, S
      Evaluating the ecological effects of Mediterranean marine protected areas:habitat, scale and the natural variability of ecosystems

      ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
    92. Bergandi, D
      Frank H. George Research Award - Highly commended paper - Eco-cybernetics:the ecology and cybernetics of missing emergences

      KYBERNETES
    93. Wu, JG; Liu, YB; Jelinski, DE
      Effects of leaf area profiles and canopy stratification on simulated energy fluxes: the problem of vertical spatial scale

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    94. Bunn, AG; Urban, DL; Keitt, TH
      Landscape connectivity: A conservation application of graph theory

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    95. Aspinall, R; Pearson, D
      Integrated geographical assessment of environmental condition in water catchments: Linking landscape ecology, environmental modelling and GIS

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    96. Loffler, J
      High mountain ecosystems and landscape degradation in northern Norway

      MOUNTAIN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
    97. Etter, A; Villa, LA
      Andean Forests and farming systems in part of the Eastern Cordillera (Colombia)

      MOUNTAIN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
    98. Pirnat, J
      Conservation and management of forest patches and corridors in suburban landscapes

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    99. Palang, H; Mander, U; Naveh, Z
      Holistic landscape ecology in action

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    100. Naveh, Z
      What is holistic landscape ecology? A conceptual introduction

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING


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