OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Essentials of Landscape Ecology

ISBN : 9780198838395

Price(incl.tax): 
¥9,130
Author: 
Kimberly A. With
Pages
672 Pages
Format
Paperback
Size
219 x 276 mm
Pub date
Jun 2019
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Human activity during the Anthropocene has transformed landscapes worldwide on a scale that rivals or exceeds even the largest of natural forces.

Landscape ecology has emerged as a science to investigate the interactions between natural and anthropogenic landscapes and ecological processes across a wide range of scales and systems: from the effects of habitat or resource distributions on the individual movements, gene flow, and population dynamics of plants and animals; to the human alteration of landscapes affecting the structure of biological communities and the functioning of entire ecosystems; to the sustainable management of natural resources and the ecosystem goods and services upon which society depends. This

novel and comprehensive text presents the principles, theory, methods, and applications of landscape ecology in an engaging and accessible format that is supplemented by numerous examples and case studies from a variety of systems, including freshwater and marine "

Index: 

1 What is Landscape Ecology? Foundation and Core Concepts
2 Scaling Issues in Landscape Ecology
3 Landscape Heterogeneity and Dynamics
4 Landscape Pattern Analysis
5 Landscape Connectivity
6 Landscape Effects on Individual Movement and Dispersal: Behavioral Landscape Ecology
7 Landscape Effects on Population Distributions and Dynamics
8 Landscape Effects on Population Spatial Spread: Range Shifts, Invasive Spread, and Landscape Epidemiology
9 Landscape Effects on Gene Flow and Population Genetic Structure: Landscape Genetics
10 Landscape Effects on Community Structure and Dynamics
11 Landscape Effects on Ecosystem Structure and Function

About the author: 

Kimberly A. With is a Professor in the Division of Biology at Kansas State University. She is a two-time recipient of the award for Outstanding Paper in Landscape Ecology and has been recognized as a Distinguished Landscape Ecologist, the most prestigious honour bestowed by the U.S. Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology (US-IALE), for her contributions to the field.

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