Landscape Ecology


Volume 28, Issue 6, July 2013: Key Concepts and Research Priorities for Landscape Sustainability



Editorial: Key concepts and research priorities for landscape sustainability

Laura R. Musacchio 



Landscape sustainability science: ecosystem services and human well-being in changing landscapes

Jianguo Wu 



Cultivating deep care: integrating landscape ecological research into the cultural dimension of ecosystem services

Laura R. Musacchio 



Twenty-five years into “our common future”: are we heading in the right direction?

Wenche E. Dramstad, Wendy J. Fjellstad 



Is landscape sustainability a useful concept in a changing world?

John A. Wiens 



Landscapes, sustainability and the place-based analysis of ecosystem services

Marion Potschin, Roy Haines-Young 



The representation of landscapes in global scale assessments of environmental change

Peter H. Verburg, Sanneke van Asselen, Emma H. van der Zanden et al. 



Consequences of spatial heterogeneity for ecosystem services in changing forest landscapes: priorities for future research

Monica G. Turner, Daniel C. Donato, William H. Romme 



Six principles for managing forests as ecologically sustainable ecosystems

David B. Lindenmayer, Saul A. Cunningham 



A landscape perspective on sustainability of agricultural systems

Virginia H. Dale, Keith L. Kline, Stephen R. Kaffka et al. 



Landscape practise and key concepts for landscape sustainability

Jesper Brandt, Andreas Aagaard Christensen, Stig Roar Svenningsen et al. 



Resilience, experimentation, and scale mismatches in social-ecological landscapes

Graeme S. Cumming, Per Olsson, F. S. Chapin III, C. S. Holling 



Energy hierarchy and landscape sustainability

Ying-Chieh Lee, Chia-Tsung Yeh, Shu-Li Huang 



Highlighting order and disorder in social–ecological landscapes to foster adaptive capacity and sustainability

Giovanni Zurlini, Irene Petrosillo, K. Bruce Jones, Nicola Zaccarelli 



Informing landscape planning and design for sustaining ecosystem services from existing spatial patterns and knowledge

K. Bruce Jones, Giovanni Zurlini, Felix Kienast, Irene Petrosillo et al. 



Empowering landscape ecology-connecting science to governance through design values

Simon Swaffield 



Urban landscape sustainability and resilience: the promise and challenges of integrating ecology with urban planning and design

Jack Ahern 



Improving city life: options for ecological restoration in urban landscapes and how these might influence interactions between people and nature

Rachel J. Standish, Richard J. Hobbs, James R. Miller 


Volume 28, Issue 7, August 2013



Least-cost path length versus accumulated-cost as connectivity measures

Thomas R. Etherington, E. Penelope Holland 



Prioritizing restoration of structural connectivity in rivers: a graph based approach

Pedro Segurado, Paulo Branco, Maria T. Ferreira 



A scale-sensitive connectivity analysis to identify ecological networks and conservation value in river networks

Kris Van Looy, Cyril Cavillon, Thierry Tormos, Jérémy Piffady et al. 



Habitat connectivity for pollinator beetles using surface metrics

Hossam Eldien M. Abdel Moniem, Jeffrey D. Holland 



Finding the functional grain: comparing methods for scaling resistance surfaces

Paul Galpern, Micheline Manseau 



Trait-dependent responses of flower-visiting insects to distance to semi-natural grasslands and landscape heterogeneity

Johan Ekroos, Maj Rundlöf, Henrik G. Smith 



Small-scale patch structure in North American and South African grasslands responds differently to fire and grazing

Sally E. Koerner, Scott L. Collins 



Spatial dynamics of a gypsy moth defoliation outbreak and dependence on habitat characteristics

Jane R. Foster, Philip A. Townsend, David J. Mladenoff 



The consequences of interactions between dispersal distance and resolution of habitat clustering for dispersal success

Lorenzo Cattarino, Clive A. McAlpine, Jonathan R. Rhodes 



Erratum to: The consequences of interactions between dispersal distance and resolution of habitat clustering for dispersal success

Lorenzo Cattarino, Clive A. McAlpine, Jonathan R. Rhodes



Sensitivity of ecosystem goods and services projections of a forest landscape model to initialization data

Christian Temperli, Jürgen Zell, Harald Bugmann, Ché Elkin 



Spatial road disturbance index (SPROADI) for conservation planning: a novel landscape index, demonstrated for the State of Brandenburg, Germany

Lisa Freudenberger, Peter R. Hobson, Slaven Rupic, Guy Pe’er et al. 



Ecosystem-level dynamics of soil-vegetation features, with implications for conserving a narrowly endemic reptile

Matthew R. Dzialak, Dean J. Houchen, Seth M. Harju, James P. Mudd et al. 



Physical and land-cover variables influence ant functional groups and species diversity along elevational gradients

Abel Bernadou, Régis Céréghino, Hugues Barcet, Maud Combe et al. 



Ecological trade-offs in seascape ecology: bay scallop survival and growth across a seagrass seascape

John M. Carroll, Bradley J. Peterson 



The social and spatial dynamics of community food production: a landscape approach to policy and program development

Vincent M. Smith, Robert B. Greene, Janet Silbernagel 



Book Review: The challenge of integrating science for landscape management

Andrew F. Bennett 


Volume 28, Issue 9, November 2013



Editorial: Do artificially illuminated skies affect biodiversity in nocturnal landscapes?

Christopher C. M. Kyba, Franz Hölker 



How landscape ecology can promote the development of sustainable landscapes in Europe: the role of the European Association for Landscape Ecology (IALE-Europe) in the twenty-first century

Marc Antrop, Jesper Brandt, Isabel Loupa-Ramos, Emilio Padoa-Schioppa et al. 



Introducing urban food forestry: a multifunctional approach to increase food security and provide ecosystem services

Kyle H. Clark, Kimberly A. Nicholas 



Socioeconomics drive woody invasive plant richness in New England, USA through forest fragmentation

Jenica M. Allen, Thomas J. Leininger, James D. Hurd Jr. et al. 



Landscape variables associated with relative abundance of generalist mesopredators

Denise Güthlin, Ilse Storch, Helmut Küchenhoff 



Effects of field and landscape variables on crop colonization and biological control of the cabbage root fly Delia radicum

Céline Josso, Anne Le Ralec, Lucie Raymond, Julia Saulais et al. 



The relative impact of forest patch and landscape attributes on black howler monkey populations in the fragmented Lacandona rainforest, Mexico

Víctor Arroyo-Rodríguez, Iraida M. González-Perez, Adriana Garmendia et al. 



Effects of climatic gradients on genetic differentiation of Caragana on the Ordos Plateau, China

Jiuyan Yang, Samuel A. Cushman, Jie Yang, Mingbo Yang, Tiejun Bao 



Habitat edge effects alter ant-guard protection against herbivory

Daniel M. Evans, Nash E. Turley, Joshua J. Tewksbury 



The contribution of lateral aquatic habitats to insect diversity along river corridors in the Alps

Ute Karaus, Stefano Larsen, Helene Guillong, Klement Tockner 



Interpreting realized pollen flow in terms of pollinator travel paths and land-use resistance in heterogeneous landscapes

Tonya A. Lander, Etienne K. Klein, Solenn Stoeckel, Stéphanie Mariette et al. 



Scaling Aspen-FACE experimental results to century and landscape scales

Eric J. Gustafson, Mark E. Kubiske, Brian R. Sturtevant et al. 



Early forest dynamics in stand-replacing fire patches in the northern Sierra Nevada, California, USA

Brandon M. Collins, Gary B. Roller 



A large-scale fire suppression edge-effect on forest composition in the New Jersey Pinelands

Inga P. La Puma, Richard G. Lathrop Jr., Nicholas S. Keuler 



Interactions among fire legacies, grazing and topography predict shrub encroachment in post-agricultural páramo

Emily Matson, David Bart 



Book Review: T. Plieninger and C. Bieling (eds.): Resilience and the cultural landscape—Understanding and managing change in human shaped environments

Tibor Hartel