The latest news about the 2015 ialeUK Conference: Seascape ecology - connecting land, sea and society including an update on the keynote speakers, participants and the opportunity to submit a general landscape ecology poster.
ialeUK organised a workshop for postgraduates in Reading in June. The workshop provided an opportunity to explore different techniques for interacting with stakeholders, and why and how their involvement can improve the impact of landscape research on planning and policy. Two participants give their view of the workshop.
Jessica Neuman, an ialeUK committee member, recently published a paper in Landscape Ecology. We bring the essence of her paper a succint article to bring research to decision makers - in as little time as possible.
A new conference focusing on urban green infrastructure is to be held in Vienna between the 23rd-25th November. ialeUK is endorsing the conference and members have the opportunity to win a free ticket.
Wildlife habitats in Cities are inherently fragmented, separated by busy roads, the concrete jungle, 24-7 disturbance and artifical lighting. This article looks at three perspectives on identifying and enhancing the city matrix for wildlife and people.
A selection of thought-provoking TED talks that use impressive visualisations to illustrate spatial patterns in data. Topics include social diversity, infographics, big data, media networks, the pattern of war, happy maps and the Dublin bus map.
Cities are a bit like marmite - you either love them or hate them. Wildlife are having a similar response. In this article, we hear from an ecologist who used landscape ecological techniques to understand why flying foxes are increasing in Australian cities.