Landscape Ecology Journal (October & November Editions)

Volume 29, Issue 9, November 2014

Landscape services: the concept and its practical relevance
Olaf Bastian, Karsten Grunewald, Ralf-Uwe Syrbe, Ulrich Walz… Pages 1463-1479

Errors in greenhouse forcing and soil carbon sequestration estimates in freshwater wetlands: a comment on Mitsch et al. (2013) Scott D. Bridgham, Tim R. Moore, Curtis J. Richardson, Nigel T. Roulet Pages 1481-1485

A practical toolbox for design and analysis of landscape genetics studies
Laurie A. Hall, Steven R. Beissinger Pages 1487-1504

Landscape genetics reveal fine-scale boundaries in island populations of Indonesian long-tailed macaques K. E. Lane-deGraaf, A. Fuentes, H. Hollocher Pages 1505-1519

Landscape patterns of variation in blood glucose concentration of nestling blue tits (Cyanistes caeruleus) Adam Kaliński, Mirosława Bańbura, Michał Glądalski, Marcin Markowski… Pages 1521-1530

A mathematical approach to simulate spatio-temporal patterns of an insect-pest, the corn rootworm Diabrotica speciosa (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in intercropping systems Adriano Garcia, Fernando Luís Cônsoli, Wesley Augusto Conde Godoy… Pages 1531-1540

Landscape fragmentation, land-use legacy and propagule pressure promote plant invasion on coastal dunes: a patch-based approach
Marco Malavasi, Marta Carboni, Maurizio Cutini, Maria L. Carranza… Pages 1541-1550

Effects of different matrix representations and connectivity measures on habitat network assessments Elżbieta Ziółkowska, Katarzyna Ostapowicz, Volker C. Radeloff… Pages 1551-1570

Linking vegetation patterns to environmental gradients and human impacts in a Mediterranean-type island ecosystem Kyla M. Dahlin, Gregory P. Asner, Christopher B. Field Pages 1571-1585

Probabilistic models of fire occurrence across National Park Service units within the Mojave Desert Network, USA Ericka E. Hegeman, Brett G. Dickson, Luke J. Zachmann Pages 1587-1600

How does the landscape context of occurrence data influence models of invasion risk? A comparison of independent datasets in Massachusetts, USA
Renee Vieira, John T. Finn, Bethany A. Bradley Pages 1601-1612

Precipitation, fire and demographic bottleneck dynamics in Serengeti tree populations Ricardo M. Holdo, T. Michael Anderson, Thomas Morrison Pages 1613-1623

A positive response of mountain pine beetle to pine forest-clearcut edges at the landscape scale in British Columbia, Canada Huapeng Chen, Peter Ott, James Wang, Tim Ebata Pages 1625-1639

Volume 29, Issue 8, October 2014 - Integrating Ecosystem Services in Landscape Planning

Integrating ecosystem services in landscape planning: requirements, approaches, and impacts Christian Albert, James Aronson, Christine Fürst, Paul Opdam   Pages 1277-1285

Integration of ecosystem services in spatial planning: a survey on regional planners’ views André Mascarenhas, Tomás B. Ramos, Dagmar Haase, Rui Santos  Pages 1287-1300

What ecosystem services information do users want? Investigating interests and requirements among landscape and regional planners in Germany
Christian Albert, Jennifer Hauck, Nina Buhr, Christina von Haaren  Pages 1301-1313

Opportunities and challenges for mainstreaming ecosystem services in development planning: perspectives from a landscape level Nadia Sitas, Heidi E. Prozesky, Karen J. Esler, Belinda Reyers   Pages 1315-1331

Erratum to: Opportunities and challenges for mainstreaming ecosystem services in development planning: perspectives from a landscape level
Nadia Sitas, Heidi E. Prozesky, Karen J. Esler, Belinda Reyers   Page 1333

From explanation to application: introducing a practice-oriented ecosystem services evaluation (PRESET) model adapted to the context of landscape planning and management Christina von Haaren, Christian Albert, Jan Barkmann Pages 1335-1346

Valuing ecosystem services in community-based landscape planning: introducing a wellbeing-based approach Juichieh Liu, Paul Opdam       Pages 1347-1360

Using expert knowledge in combining green infrastructure and ecosystem services in land use planning: an insight into a new place-based methodology Leena Kopperoinen, Pekka Itkonen, Jari Niemelä    Pages 1361-1375

Making use of the ecosystem services concept in regional planning—trade-offs from reducing water erosion Susanne Frank, Christine Fürst, Anke Witt, Lars Koschke…   Pages 1377-1391

Mapping recreation and aesthetic value of ecosystems in the Bilbao Metropolitan Greenbelt (northern Spain) to support landscape planning
Izaskun Casado-Arzuaga, Miren Onaindia, Iosu Madariaga…   Pages 1393-1405

Incorporating ecosystem services into ecosystem-based management to deal with complexity: a participative mental model approach Javier Moreno, Ignacio Palomo, Javier Escalera, Berta Martín-López Pages 1407-1421

Integrating stakeholders’ demands and scientific knowledge on ecosystem services in landscape planning Igone Palacios-Agundez, Beatriz Fernández de Manuel Pages 1423-1433

Evaluating the role of ecosystem services in participatory land use planning: proposing a balanced score card Christine Fürst, Paul Opdam, Luis Inostroza, Sandra Luque   Pages 1435-1446

Is ecosystem service research used by decision-makers? A case study of the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia
Darla Hatton MacDonald, Rosalind H. Bark, Anthea Coggan   Pages 1447-1460
Gloria Pungetti, Gonzalo Oviedo, and Della Hooke (eds.), Sacred species and sites: advances in biocultural conservation Erika Kraus  Pages 1461-1462