Landscape Ecology Journal (July-August Editions)

Volume 29, Issue 7, August 2014



Landscape ecology meets landscape science 

Julian Helfenstein, Lea Bauer, Aline Clalüna, Janine Bolliger



Rigor and transparency in statistical analyses can help to ensure valid research 

Kevin J. Gutzwiller, Samuel K. Riffell



Species invasions on islands: searching for general patterns and principles 

Qinfeng Guo 



Managing the middle ground: forests in the transition zone between cities and remote areas 

Charles Colgan, Malcolm L. Hunter, Brian McGill, Aaron Weiskittel  



Human-carnivore coexistence in a traditional rural landscape 

Ine Dorresteijn, Jan Hanspach, Attila Kecskés, Hana Latková



Spatial attributes of fire regime in eastern Canada: influences of regional landscape physiography and climate 

Nicolas Mansuy, Yan Boulanger, Aurélie Terrier, Sylvie Gauthier



Spatial weighting of land use and temporal weighting of antecedent discharge improves prediction of stream condition 

Christopher J. Walsh, J. Angus Webb



Spatial simulation of the effect of fire and harvest on aboveground tree biomass in boreal forests of Northeast China 

Xu Luo, Hong S. He, Yu Liang, Wen J. Wang, Zhiwei Wu, Jacob S. Fraser  



Estimating landscape resistance to dispersal 

Tabitha Graves, Richard B. Chandler, J. Andrew Royle, Paul Beier



The potential for large-scale wildlife corridors between protected areas in Brazil using the jaguar as a model species 

Leandro Silveira, Rahel Sollmann, Anah T. A. Jácomo



Designing for conservation outcomes: the value of remnant habitat for reptiles on ski runs in subalpine landscapes 

Chloe F. Sato, Jeff T. Wood, Mellesa Schroder, Damian R. Michael 



Continuous predictors of species distributions support categorically stronger inference than ordinal and nominal classes: an example with urban bats 

F. M. Caryl, A. K. Hahs, L. F. Lumsden, R. Van der Ree, C. Wilson



 Effects of landscape composition and connectivity on the distribution of an endangered parrot in agricultural landscapes 

 Simon J. Watson, David M. Watson, Gary W. Luck, Peter G. Spooner



A new data aggregation technique to improve landscape metric downscaling 

Amy E. Frazier 


Volume 29, Issue 6, July 2014



Statistics in ecology is for making a “principled” argument 

Song S. Qian 



Realigning the land-sharing/land-sparing debate to match conservation needs: considering diversity scales and land-use history 

Henrik von Wehrden, David J. Abson, Michael Beckmann, Anna F. Cord…  



Living on the edge: quantifying the structure of a fragmented forest landscape in England 

Terhi Riutta, Eleanor M. Slade, Michael D. Morecroft, Daniel P. Bebber



Quantifying landscape connectivity through the use of connectivity response curves 

Bevan W. Ernst  



Ancient experiments: forest biodiversity and soil nutrients enhanced by Native American middens 

Susan C. Cook-Patton, Daniel Weller, Torben C. Rick, John D. Parker 



Landscape effects on mallard habitat selection at multiple spatial scales during the non-breeding period 

William S. Beatty, Elisabeth B. Webb, Dylan C. Kesler



The relative influence of catchment and site variables on fish and macroinvertebrate richness in cerrado biome streams 

Diego R. Macedo, Robert M. Hughes, Raphael Ligeiro, Wander R. Ferreira



Spatial and temporal organization of macroinvertebrate assemblages in a lowland floodplain ecosystem 

Scott M. Starr, Jonathan P. Benstead, Ryan A. Sponseller 



Landscape selection by piping plovers has implications for measuring habitat and population size 

Michael J. Anteau, Terry L. Shaffer, Mark T. Wiltermuth



Expert knowledge for translating land cover/use maps to General Habitat Categories (GHC) 

Maria Adamo, Cristina Tarantino, Valeria Tomaselli, Vasiliki Kosmidou



From supply to social demand: a landscape-scale analysis of the water regulation service 

Cristina Quintas-Soriano, Antonio J. Castro, Marina García-Llorente



Contribution of tropical cyclones to the sediment budget for coastal wetlands in Louisiana, USA 

Andrew W. Tweel, R. Eugene Turner  



Landscape Ecology in Practice A model of the science–practice–policy interface in participatory land-use planning: lessons from Laos 

Jean-Christophe Castella, Jeremy Bourgoin, Guillaume Lestrelin