Landscape Ecology Journal

Vol 26(8) October 2011


Multiscale ecological assessment of remote sensing images

Clémence Vannier, Chloé Vasseur, Laurence Hubert-Moy and Jacques Baudry



Reconstructing the collapse of wetland networks in the Swiss lowlands 1850–2000

Urs Gimmi, Thibault Lachat and Matthias Bürgi



Matrix-dependent corridor effectiveness and the abundance of forest birds in fragmented landscapes

Pablo M. Vergara



Incoming! Association of landscape features with dispersing mountain pine beetle populations during a range expansion event in western Canada

Honey-Marie C. de la Giroday, Allan L. Carroll, B. Staffan Lindgren and Brian H. Aukema



Spatial variability of soil metabolic rate along a dryland elevation gradient

A. Chatterjee and G. D. Jenerette



Historical processes and landscape context influence genetic structure in peripheral populations of the collared lizard (Crotaphytus collaris)

Emilie Blevins, Samantha M. Wisely and Kimberly A. With



Limiting factors and landscape connectivity: the American marten in the Rocky Mountains

S. A. Cushman, M. G. Raphael, L. F. Ruggiero, A. S. Shirk and T. N. Wasserman, et al.



Influence of land use on water quality in a tropical landscape: a multi-scale analysis

María Uriarte, Charles B. Yackulic, Yili Lim and Javier A. Arce-Nazario



Influence of biophysical factors and differences in Ojibwe reservation versus Euro-American social histories on forest landscape change in northern Wisconsin, USA

Michelle M. Steen-Adams, David J. Mladenoff, Nancy E. Langston, Feng Liu and Jun Zhu



Landscapes Toolkit: an integrated modelling framework to assist stakeholders in exploring options for sustainable landscape development

Iris C. Bohnet, Peter C. Roebeling, Kristen J. Williams, Dean Holzworth and Martijn E. van Grieken, et al.


Book Review

M. J. Hill and N. P. Hanan (eds.): Ecosystem function in savannas: measurement and modeling at landscape to global scales. CRC Press, Boca Raton, USA, 2011, 559 pp., illus., maps; 24 × 16 × 3 cm. Hardcover, ISBN 978-4398-0470-4, US$137.00

Sally Koerner



Vol 26(9) November 2011

Special Issue: Soundscape Ecology

Guest Editors: Bryan C Pijanowski and Almo Farina



Soundscape in a context of acoustic and landscape ecology

Barry Truax and Gary W. Barrett



Introduction to the special issue on soundscape ecology

Bryan C. Pijanowski and Almo Farina



What is soundscape ecology? An introduction and overview of an emerging new science

Bryan C. Pijanowski, Almo Farina, Stuart H. Gage, Sarah L. Dumyahn and Bernie L. Krause



A primer of acoustic analysis for landscape ecologists

Luis J. Villanueva-Rivera, Bryan C. Pijanowski, Jarrod Doucette and Burak Pekin



Measuring and interpreting the temporal variability in the soundscape at four places in Sequoia National Park

Bernie Krause, Stuart H. Gage and Wooyeong Joo



Avian soundscapes and cognitive landscapes: theory, application and ecological perspectives

Almo Farina, Emanuele Lattanzi, Rachele Malavasi, Nadia Pieretti and Luigi Piccioli



Landscape patterns of avian habitat use and nest success are affected by chronic gas well compressor noise

Clinton D. Francis, Juan Paritsis, Catherine P. Ortega and Alexander Cruz



Anthropogenic noise exposure in protected natural areas: estimating the scale of ecological consequences

Jesse R. Barber, Chris L. Burdett, Sarah E. Reed, Katy A. Warner and Charlotte Formichella, et al.



An assessment of noise audibility and sound levels in U.S. National Parks

Emma Lynch, Damon Joyce and Kurt Fristrup



Beyond noise mitigation: managing soundscapes as common-pool resources

Sarah L. Dumyahn and Bryan C. Pijanowski



Soundscape conservation

Sarah L. Dumyahn and Bryan C. Pijanowski




Volume 26(10) December 2011


Improving the writing of research papers: IMRAD and beyond

Jianguo Wu



Publishing landscape ecology research in the 21st century

Eric J. Gustafson



Beyond words: effective graphics and metadata are keys to concise scientific communication

Geoffrey M. Henebry



Creativity abhors prescription

Kurt Riitters



Large-scale experimental landscapes reveal distinctive effects of patch shape and connectivity on arthropod communities

John L. Orrock, Gregory R. Curler, Brent J. Danielson and David R. Coyle



Edge-mediated patterns of seed removal in experimentally connected and fragmented landscapes

Michael T. Craig, John L. Orrock and Lars A. Brudvig



A reverse keystone species affects the landscape distribution of woodland avifauna: a case study using the Noisy Miner (Manorina melanocephala) and other Australian birds

Rebecca M. Montague-Drake, David B. Lindenmayer, Ross B. Cunningham and John A. Stein



Metapopulation dynamics and a landscape approach to conservation of lowland water voles (Arvicola amphibius)

Jenny L. MacPherson and Paul W. Bright



Determinants of plant species richness and patterns of nestedness in fragmented landscapes: evidence from land-bridge islands

Guang Hu, Kenneth J. Feeley, Jianguo Wu, Gaofu Xu and Mingjian Yu



Influence of patch, habitat, and landscape characteristics on patterns of Lower Keys marsh rabbit occurrence following Hurricane Wilma

Paige M. Schmidt, Robert A. McCleery, Roel R. Lopez, Nova J. Silvy and Jason A. Schmidt, et al.



Assessing the influence of resource covariates at multiple spatial scales: an application to forest-dwelling caribou faced with intensive human activity

Mathieu Leblond, Jacqueline Frair, Daniel Fortin, Christian Dussault and Jean-Pierre Ouellet, et al.



Modeling invasive species spread in complex landscapes: the case of potato moth in Ecuador

Verónica Crespo-Pérez, François Rebaudo, Jean-François Silvain and Olivier Dangles



Woody species composition of chestnut stands in the Northern Apennines: the result of 200 years of changes in land use

Giovanna Pezzi, Giorgio Maresi, Marco Conedera and Carlo Ferrari



Modeling occupancy dynamics of a rare species, Franklin’s ground squirrel, with limited data: are simple connectivity metrics adequate?

Jennifer M. Duggan, Robert L. Schooley and Edward J. Heske



Using stochastic simulation to evaluate competing risks of wildfires and fuels management on an isolated forest carnivore

Robert M. Scheller, Wayne D. Spencer, Heather Rustigian-Romsos, Alexandra D. Syphard and Brendan C. Ward, et al.



Book Review

Lindenmayer DB and Likens GE (eds): Effective ecological monitoring

Earthscan, London, UK, 2010, 170 pp, 23 cm, Paperback, US$40, ISBN 978-1-84971-145-6

Charles T. Scott