Landscape ecology is the study of interacting ecosystems within a heterogeneous, or varied, environment with a spatial scale of several kilometers.
Landscape ecologists incorporate knowledge from multiple disciplines, including ecology and geology, to better understand the structure, function, and dynamics of interacting ecosystems, and to develop sustainable land-use management practices.
Research lab focusing on forested ecosystems, primarily in the Great Lakes region.
Short articles about current and recent projects using geographic information systems (GIS) and spatial analysis in conservation and management of species and landscapes. Projects involve habitat modeling and linking landscape data to population viability analyses.
Multi-disciplinary research institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, focused on basic and applied researches of the landscape and its biotic and abiotic components.
Promotes the international exchange of ideas, scientific results, and general knowledge in the area of the application of systems analysis and simulation in ecology and natural resource management.
Summary of research, teaching and some example projects at the University of Florida.
Research projects, people, publications emphasizing theoretical spatial ecology.
About research, facilities, and teaching related to integrating field studies, geographic information systems, remote sensing, spatial statistics and simulation modeling in a synthetic approach to environmental analysis and problem-solving at large spatial scales.
Promotes sustainable landscape management through an integrated program in teaching, research, and outreach.
Introduction to landscape ecology and information on several research projects. University of Wisconsin.
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