Landscape Ecology Editions March - May 2011

Volume 26, Number 3 / March 2011

Salvador Pueyo Desertification and power laws pp.305-309

Jongman, R.G.H. et al. The Pan European Ecological Network: PEEN pp.311-326

Long,  R.A. et al. Predicting carnivore occurrence with noninvasive surveys and occupancy modelling pp.327-340

Corinna S. Bazelet and Michael J. Samways Relative importance of management vs. design for implementation of large-scale ecological networks pp.341-353

Hernández-Stefanoni, J.L. et al.  Influence of landscape structure and stand age on species density and biomass of a tropical dry forest across spatial scales pp.355-370

Cosentino, B.J. et al. Connectivity of agroecosystems: dispersal costs can vary among crops pp.371-379

Yang,  J. et al.  Longitudinal- and transverse-scale environmental influences on riparian vegetation across multiple levels of ecological organization pp.381-395

Schipper, A.M., et al. The distribution of a threatened migratory bird species in a patchy landscape: a multi-scale analysis pp.397-410

Martin M. Gossner and Jörg Müller The influence of species traits and q-metrics on scale-specific β-diversity components of arthropod communities of temperate forests pp.411-424

Wu, X. et al. A multiobjective evolutionary algorithm for optimizing spatial contiguity in reserve network design pp.425-437

Joseph, G.S.  Large termitaria act as refugia for tall trees, deadwood and cavity-using birds in a miombo woodland pp.439-448

Book Reviews

Murray, L.D. Conserving data in the Conservation Reserve Program: how a regulatory program runs on imperfect information by J. T. Hamilton

Prasad, A. Nature’s matrix: linking agriculture, conservation and food sovereignty by I. Perfecto et al. ,

Qureshi, S. Working Across Boundaries: People, Nature, and Regions by M. J. McKinney and S. Johnson



Volume 26, Number 4 / April 2011

Aronson, J. Sustainability science demands that we define our terms across diverse disciplines pp.457-460

Vilà, M. and Ibáñez, I. Plant invasions in the landscape pp.461-472

Rusch, A. et al. Multi-scale effects of landscape complexity and crop management on pollen beetle parasitism rate pp.473-486

Johnstone, J.F. Modeling impacts of fire severity on successional trajectories and future fire behavior in Alaskan boreal forests pp.487-500

Kramer-Schadt, S. et al. Analyzing the effect of stepping stones on target patch colonisation in structured landscapes for Eurasian lynx pp.501-513

Levick, S.R.  and Rogers, K.H. Context-dependent vegetation dynamics in an African savanna pp.515-528

Schleicher, A. et al. Dispersal traits determine plant response to habitat connectivity in an urban landscape pp.529-540

Hwang, T. et al. Topography-mediated controls on local vegetation phenology estimated from MODIS vegetation index pp.541-556

Faivre, N. et al. Characterization of landscape pyrodiversity in Mediterranean environments: contrasts and similarities between south-western Australia and south-eastern France pp.557-571

Saint-Germain, M. and Drapeau, P. Response of saprophagous wood-boring beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) to severe habitat loss due to logging in an aspen-dominated boreal landscape pp.573-586

Belmaker, J. et al. The influence of connectivity on richness and temporal variation of reef fishes pp.587-597

Book Reviews

Wiens, J.A. Connectivity conservation management. A global guide. By G. L. Worboys, et al. (eds)

McCarthy, B.C. Reforesting landscapes: Linking pattern & process by  N. Nagendra and J. Southworth (eds.)

Schultz, R. Ecosystem Ecology: A New Synthesis D. G. Raffaelli, and C. L. J. Frid (eds.)


Volume 26, Number 5 / May 2011

Wickham, J.D. et al. An environmental assessment of United States drinking water watersheds pp.605-616

Brady, M.J. et al. Matrix is important for mammals in landscapes with small amounts of native forest habitat pp.617-628

Shen, W. et al. Blowing litter across a landscape: effects on ecosystem nutrient flux and implications for landscape management pp.629-644

Zhou, W. et al. 90 years of forest cover change in an urbanizing watershed: spatial and temporal dynamics pp.645-659

Veysey, J.S. et al. Comparative influence of isolation, landscape, and wetland characteristics on egg-mass abundance of two pool-breeding amphibian species pp.661-672

Raquel Ribeiro, R. et al. The pond network: can structural connectivity reflect on (amphibian) biodiversity patterns? pp.673-682

Ernoult A. and Alard, D. Species richness of hedgerow habitats in changing agricultural landscapes: are α and γ diversity shaped by the same factors? pp.683-696

De Jager, N.R. and Rohweder, J.J. Spatial scaling of core and dominant forest cover in the Upper Mississippi and Illinois River floodplains, USA pp.697-708

Smith, M.J. et al.  Independent effects of connectivity predict homing success by northern flying squirrel in a forest mosaic pp.709-721

Wang, X. and Cumming, S.G. Measuring landscape configuration with normalized metrics pp.723-736

Figueiredo, J. and Pereira, H.M. Regime shifts in a socio-ecological model of farmland abandonment pp.737-749

Book reviews

Pearson, S.M. The challenges of biodiversity science. M. Loreau In O. Kinne (ed). Excellence in Ecology series, Book 17.

Matthews, S.N. Restoring wildlife: ecological concepts and practical applications by Michael L. Morrison