From Landscape Research to Landscape Planning (inbunden)
Inbunden (Hardback)
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2006 ed.
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Tress, Bärbel (ed.), Tress, Gunther (ed.), Fry, Gary (ed.), Opdam, Paul (ed.)
XI, 434 p.
241 x 158 x 25 mm
771 g
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From Landscape Research to Landscape Planning (inbunden)

From Landscape Research to Landscape Planning

Aspects of Integration, Education and Application

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This book provides guidelines for those pursuing landscape projects based on integrative concepts - interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity - whether they are members of an integrative research team or individuals working on a problem that demands integration. They must define terminology, choose appropriate methodologies, overcome epistemological barriers and cope with the high expectations of some stakeholders while encouraging others to participate at all.
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Introduction: 1. Trends in landscape research and landscape planning: implicationsfor PhD students; Gunther Tress, Barbel Tress, Gary Fry and Marc Antrop.-Developing integrative theory and concepts: 2. Defining concepts and process of knowledge production in integrative research; Barbel Tress, Gunther Tress andGary Fry.- 3. From holistic landscape synthesis to transdisciplinary landscape management; Marc Antrop.- 4. Ecosystem networks: a spatial concept for integrative research and planning of landscapes; Paul Opdam.-5. Integrating physical and human dynamics in landscape trajectories: exemplified at the Aulnages watershed (Quebec, Canada); Julie Ruiz and Gerald Domon.-6. Challenges of interdisciplinarity for forest management and landscape perception research; John L. Lewis.- 7. Landscape's ocular-centrism: and beyond? ;Hannah Macpherson.- Developing integrative tools and methods: 8. Bio-regional pattern and spatial narratives for integrative landscape research and design; Janet Silbernagel.-9. Theories, methods and strategies for sustainable landscape planning; Jack Ahern.- 10. Water quality modelling for decision-making: the drinking-water watersheds of Sydney, Australia; Les McNamara.- 11. Integrating landscape and water resources planning with focus on sustainability; Helena Sousa Ferreira and Andre Botequilha Leitao.- 12. Changing conceptualization of landscape in English landscape assessment methods; Laura Hurni Jensen.- 13. European nature conservation policy: challenges for local implementation in Germany; Alexandra Sauer.- Training and education for integration: 14. PhD students and integrative research; Gary Fry, Barbel Tress and Gunther Tress.- 15. Educating the children of the mode-2 revolution; Nick Winder.- 16. Effective communication in integrative projects; Richard Hobbs.- 17. Ten steps to success in integrative research projects; Barbel Tress, Gunther Tress and Gary Fry.- 18. How to publish a peer-reviewed research paper fromintegrative landscape research; Gunther Tress, Barbel Tress andGary Fry; Applying integrative concepts: 19. Linking preference for environments with their restorative quality; Terry Hartig and Henk Staats.- 20. Nature meets aesthetics on cultural grounds: a multidisciplinary study of grave mounds in Norway; Mari Sundli Tveit.- 21. Sustaining urban ecosystem services with local stewards participation in Stockholm (Sweden); Stephan Barthel.- 22. Integrating nature conservation and landscape management in farming systems in the Friesian Woodlands; Paul Swagemakers and Johannes S.C. Wiskerke.- 23. Building landscape memory through combined sources: commons afforestation in Portugal; Ana Isabel Queiroz.- 24. Integrating landscape ecology in environmental impact assessment using GIS and ecological modeling; Mikael Gontier.-25. Applying special heterogeneity indices in changing landscapes in the Czech Republic; Katerina Pixova and Petr Sklenicka.- 26. Integration of ecological knowledge at a landscape level for conservation policies in agricultural areas; Maria J. Pacha.- 27. Setting up an integrative research approach for sustaining wild rice (Zizania palustris) in the Upper Great Lakes Region of North America; Anette Drewes and Janet Silbernagel.-28. Established and recent policy arrangements for river management in The Netherlands: an analysis of discourses; Irene Immink.-29. From river to ridge: local governance and the implementation of improved water management; Julie Nimmo.- Conclusion: 30. Considerations for future education in integrative landscape research; Gunther Tress, Barbel Tress, Gary Fry, Paul Opdam, Jack Ahern,Marc Antrop, Terry Hartig, Richard Hobbs, David Miller, Janet Silbernagel andNick Winder.- List of participants