Latest editions of Landscape Ecology

Landscape Ecology:

Volume 25, Number 8 / October 2010

Special edition: Landscape ecology as an integrated science for sustainability in a changing world:


Wu, J. Landscape of culture and culture of landscape: does landscape ecology need culture? pp. 1147-1150

Pearson, D.M. & McAlpine, C.A. Landscape ecology: an integrated science for sustainability in a changing world. pp.151-1154

McAlpine, C.A. et al. Can a problem-solving approach strengthen landscape ecology’s contribution to sustainable landscape planning? pp. 1155-1168

Pearson, D.M. & Gorman, J.T. Exploring the relevance of a landscape ecological paradigm for sustainable landscapes and livelihoods: A case-application from the Northern Territory Australia.  pp.1169-1183

Spies, T.A. et al. Climate change adaptation strategies for federal forests of the Pacific Northwest, USA: ecological, policy, and socio-economic perspectives pp.1185-1199

Bohnet, I.C. Integrating social and ecological knowledge for planning sustainable land- and sea-scapes: experiences from the Great Barrier Reef region, Australia. pp.1201-1218

Sherren, K. et al.  Integration by case, place and process: transdisciplinary research for sustainable grazing in the Lachlan River catchment, Australia. pp.1219-1230

O’Farrell, P.J. et al. Multi-functional landscapes in semi arid environments: implications for biodiversity and ecosystem services. pp.1231-1246

Bowman, D.M.J.S. et al. Has global environmental change caused monsoon rainforests to expand in the Australian monsoon tropics? pp.1247-1260

Jones, K.B. et al.Riparian habitat changes across the continental United States (1972–2003) and potential implications for sustaining ecosystem services. pp.1261-1275

Ryan, J.G, et al.  Integrated vegetation designs for enhancing water retention and recycling in agroecosystems. pp.1277-1288

Verboom, J. et al. Population dynamics under increasing environmental variability: implications of climate change for ecological network design criteria.  pp.1289-1298

Book Reviews

Bradford, J.B. Handbook of ecological modelling and informatics By S. E. Jorgensen, et al. (eds)

Gardner, R.H. Laws, theories and patterns in ecology By W. K. Dodds:

Gustafson, E.J.  Ecological Restoration: A Global Challenge. By F. A. Comín (ed.):


Volume 25 Number 9 / November 2010

Kevin Watts, K. et al Targeting and evaluating biodiversity conservation action within fragmented landscapes: an approach based on generic focal species and least-cost networks pp.1305 – 1318.

Hao Chen, H. & Gilmore Pontius, R.Diagnostic tools to evaluate a spatial land change projection along a gradient of an explanatory variable pp. 1319 - 1331 

Culman, S.W. et al. Biodiversity is associated with indicators of soil ecosystem functions over a landscape gradient of agricultural intensification pp. 1333 - 1348 

Jeffrey D. Holland, J.D. Isolating spatial effects on beta diversity to inform forest landscape planning. pp.1349 - 1362 

Richard, Y. & Armstrong, D.P.  The importance of integrating landscape ecology in habitat models: isolation-driven occurrence of north island robins in a fragmented landscape  pp. 1363 - 1374 

Herrmann, J.D. et al. Spiders associated with the meadow and tree canopies of orchards respond differently to habitat fragmentation pp. 1375 - 1384 

Álvarez-Martínez, J.M Uncertainty analysis as a tool for refining land dynamics modelling on changing landscapes: a case study in a Spanish Natural Park pp.1385 - 1404 

Moreira, F. Size-dependent pattern of wildfire ignitions in Portugal: when do ignitions turn into big fires? pp.1405 - 1417

Xianli Wang, X. & Cumming, S.G. Configuration dynamics of boreal forest landscapes under recent fire and harvesting regimes in western Canada pp.1419 - 1432 

Kuhman, T.R. et al. Effects of land-use history and the contemporary landscape on non-native plant invasion at local and regional scales in the forest-dominated southern Appalachians. pp.1433 - 1445 

Kong, W. Patch-level based vegetation change and environmental drivers in Tarim River drainage area of West China pp.1447 – 1455. 

Book Reviews

Bain, D.J. Managing floodplains at appropriate scales by B. Freitag, et al.

Stralberg, D. Redwoods, real and imaginary By R. Widick:

Wali, M.K.  Environmental assessment process has matured, but for whom? By R. Slootweg,  et al.



Volume 25, Number 10 / December 2010

Vos, C.C. et al. Spatial planning of a climate adaptation zone for wetland ecosystems. pp. 1465-1477

Proulx, R. & Fahrig, L. Detecting human-driven deviations from trajectories in landscape composition and configuration pp.1479-1487

Riva-Murray, K. et al. Landscape characteristics affecting streams in urbanizing regions of the Delaware River Basin (New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania, U.S.) pp.1489-1503

Gavier-Pizarro, G.I. Rural housing is related to plant invasions in forests of southern Wisconsin, USA pp.505-1518

Lin, Y. et al.Spatial vegetation patterns as early signs of desertification: a case study of a desert steppe in Inner Mongolia, China pp.1519-1527

Ekblom, A. & Gillson, L. Hierarchy and scale: testing the long term role of water, grazing and nitrogen in the savanna landscape of Limpopo National Park (Mozambique)  pp.1529-1546

Pullinger, M.G. & Johnson, C.J. Maintaining or restoring connectivity of modified landscapes: evaluating the least-cost path model with multiple sources of ecological information pp.1547-1560

Kennedy, M.C. & McKenzie, D. Using a stochastic model and cross-scale analysis to evaluate controls on historical low-severity fire regimes pp.1561-1573

Albeke, S.E. et al. Measuring boundary convexity at multiple spatial scales using a linear “moving window” analysis: an application to coastal river otter habitat selection pp.1575-1587

Cosentino, B.J. Wetland hydrology, area, and isolation influence occupancy and spatial turnover of the painted turtle, Chrysemys picta pp.1589-1600

Wasserman, T.N. Spatial scaling and multi-model inference in landscape genetics: Martes americana in northern Idaho pp.1601-1612

Cushman, S.A. & Lewis, J.S. Movement behavior explains genetic differentiation in American black bears.  pp.1613-1625

Book Reviews

Park, S. Restorative commons: creating health and well-being through urban landscapes. By L. Campbell and A. Wiesen (eds.)


Articles concerning landscape ecology applications are increasingly being found in a range of journals. For practitioners in the UK some of the more useful ones are: Landscape and Urban Planning, Landscape Research, Conservation Biology, Biological Conservation, Environmental Management and Journal of Environmental Management.