Landscape Ecology - Latest Editions

Volume 26, Number 1 / January 2011

Musacchio, L.R.  The grand challenge to operationalize landscape sustainability and the design-in-science paradigm pp. 1-5

Thornton, D.H., Branch L.C. & Sunquist, M.E. The influence of landscape, patch, and within-patch factors on species presence and abundance: a review of focal patch studies  pp.7-18

Acevedo, P. et al Past, present and future of wild ungulates in relation to changes in land use pp.19-31

Baggio, J.A. et al.  Landscape connectivity and predator–prey population dynamics pp.33-45

Desrochers, A.  et al. Integrating GIS and homing experiments to study avian movement costs pp.47-58

Hanberry, B.B. et al.  Spatial pattern corrections and sample sizes for forest density estimates of historical tree surveys  pp. 59-68

Morzillo, A.T. Ferrari, J.R. & Liu, J. An integration of habitat evaluation, individual based modeling, and graph theory for a potential black bear population recovery in southeastern Texas, USA pp. 69-81

Bergerot, B. et al. Landscape variables impact the structure and composition of butterfly assemblages along an urbanization gradient  pp.83-94

Hall, C.J., Jordaan, A. & Frisk, M.G. The historic influence of dams on diadromous fish habitat with a focus on river herring and hydrologic longitudinal connectivity pp.95-107

Koniak, G., Noy-Meir, I. & Perevolotsky, A. Modelling dynamics of ecosystem services basket in Mediterranean landscapes: a tool for rational management  pp.109-124

Herrera, J.M., García, D. & Morales, J.M. Matrix effects on plant-frugivore and plant-predator interactions in forest fragments pp. 125-135

Shanahan, D.F., Possingham, H.P. & Riginos, C. Models based on individual level movement predict spatial patterns of genetic relatedness for two Australian forest birds pp. 137-148

Book Review

Killingbeck, K.T. Conservation or Politics?: Aldo Leopold - 1, Karl Marx – 4 By D Johns.

Firmino, A. Cork oak woodlands on the edge: ecology, adaptive management, and restoration By J.Aronson, J.S. Pereira and J. G. Pausas (eds)


Volume 26, Number 2 / February 2011

Research Article

Wulf M. & Rujner, H.  A GIS-based method for the reconstruction of the late eighteenth century forest vegetation in the Prignitz region (NE Germany) pp.153-168

du Toit, M.J.  & Cilliers, S.S. Aspects influencing the selection of representative urbanization measures to quantify urban–rural gradients pp.169-181

Biamonte, E. et al.  Effect of urbanization on the avifauna in a tropical metropolitan area pp.183-194

Flatley, W.T., Lafon, C.W. & Grissino-Mayer, H.D. Climatic and topographic controls on patterns of fire in the southern and central Appalachian Mountains, USA pp.195-209

Tulbure, M.G. et al.  Spatial and temporal heterogeneity of agricultural fires in the central United States in relation to land cover and land use pp.211-224

Pierce, A.D.  & Taylor, A.H. Fire severity and seed source influence lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta var. murrayana) regeneration in the southern cascades, Lassen volcanic National Park, California pp.225-237

Falk, K.J., Nol, E. & Burke, D.M. Weak effect of edges on avian nesting success in fragmented and forested landscapes in Ontario, Canada pp.239-251

Borda-de-Água,L. et al.  Spatio-temporal impacts of roads on the persistence of populations: analytic and numerical approaches pp. 253-265

Hagerty, B.E.  et al. Making molehills out of mountains: landscape genetics of the Mojave desert tortoise pp.267-280

Klug, P.E., Wisely, S.M. & With, K.A. Population genetic structure and landscape connectivity of the Eastern Yellowbelly Racer (Coluber constrictor flaviventris) in the contiguous tallgrass prairie of northeastern Kansas, USA pp. 281-294

Book Review

Gallardo-Cruz, J.A. & Schindler, S. Tropical forests revisited By W. P. Carson and S. A. Schnitzer (eds.):

Knoot, T.G. Conservation psychology: understanding and promoting human care for nature By S. Clayton and G. Myers

McSweeney, K. Changing lives and changing science? The merits and limits of “interdependent science” By L. Fortmann (Ed.)