Ecological Engineering

Author: Hein van Bohemen
Publisher: Uitgeverij Æneas BV
ISBN: 9789075365719
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In reducing the effects of human action, landscape ecological principles play an
important role in design and planning (Forman, in: Johnson and Hill, 2002). The
accompanying table 9.1 outlines some aspects. These aspects concern habitats (
size, number, location), edges and boundaries, corridors and connectivity, and
mosaics. It is based on Dramstad, Olson and Forman, Landscape Ecology
Principles in landscape architecture and land-use planning (1996). In this
chapter only a ...

Human Ecology

Author: Frederick R. Steiner
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610917782
Size: 11.54 MB
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After laying out eight principles for understanding human ecology, the book's chapters build from the smallest scale of connection—our homes—and expand to community scales, regions, nations, and, ultimately, examine global relationships ...

Ecological Corridors In Land Use Planning And Development Policies

Author: R. H. Jongman
Publisher: Council of Europe
ISBN: 9789287149367
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Tussen zout en zalm, lessen uit de ontwikkeling van het regime inzake de
Rijnvervuiling. Dissertatie Universiteit Utrecht. Dijk, G.M. van, E.C.L. Marteijn & A.
Schulte-Wiilwer~Leidig, 1995. Ecological rehabilitation of the river Rhine: plans,
progress and perspectives. Regulated Rivers: research and management, vol. 11
, p.377-388. ' Dramstad, W.E., Olson, J ‚D. and R.T.T. Forman. Landscape
ecology principles in landscape architecture and land use planning. Harvard
University, USA.

The Ecological Design And Planning Reader

Author: Forster O. Ndubisi
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610914910
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Landscape and Urban Planning 36, no. 1 (1996): 59-77. ———. “Spacial
Arrangement of Patches and Corridors in the Landscape: Consequences for
Biological Diversity and Implications for Landscape Architecture.” PhD
dissertation. Harvard University, 1995. Dramstad, Wenche E., James D. Olson,
and Richard T.T. Forman. “Landscape Ecology Principles in Landscape
Architecture and Land-Use Planning.” In Landscape Architecture and Land-Use
Planning, 1–40. Washington, DC: ...

Designing Greenways

Author: Paul Cawood Hellmund
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 9781597265959
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For a generalized overview of landscape ecology see the slim, but well illustrated
guide, Landscape Ecology Principles in Landscape Architecture and Land-Use
Planning, by Wenche Dramstad, James Olson, and Richard Forman.1 For a more
detailed treatment with a similar approach, see Richard Forman's Land Mosaics.
2 A more comprehensive introduction to the subject (with a North American
perspective) is offered in Landscape Ecology in Theory and Practice: Pattern and

Ecological Planning

Author: Forster Ndubisi
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 080187775X
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For this reason he offers guidance as to when it may be appropriate for landscape architects and planners to emphasize one approach rather than another.

Patterns And Processes In Forest Landscapes

Author: Raffaele Lafortezza
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402085044
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J Wildlife Manage 65(4):1014–1027 Chidumayo EN (2002) Changes in miombo
woodland structure under different land tenure and use systems in central
Zambia. J Biogeogr 29(12):1619–1626 Corry RC, Lafortezza R, Sanesi G, Brown
RD (2006) The relationship of forest patch shapes and sizes in highly-fragmented
landscapes of southern Ontario and southern Italy. In Lafortezza R, Sanesi G (
eds) Proceeding of the IV IUFRO-8.01.02 (Landscape ecology) Conference,
Locoro- ...

Landscape Architecture A Very Short Introduction

Author: Ian Thompson
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191503215
Size: 65.83 MB
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For an easy introduction to landscape ecology, I recommend Landscape Ecology
Principles in Landscape Architecture and LandUse Planning by Wenche
Dramstad, James D. Olson, and Richard T. T. Forman (Island Press, 1996). John
Tilman Lyle's Regenerative Design for Sustainable Development (John Wiley &
Sons, 1996) is of similar vintage and still relevant. The problems and potentials of
brownfield sites are explored in a number of books, notably Principles of
Brownfield ...

Road Ecology

Author: Richard T.T. Forman
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 9781559639330
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Road Ecology links ecological theories and concepts with transportation planning, engineering, and travel behavior.