4 edition of Multifunctional Landscapes found in the catalog.
by Computational Mechanics
Written in English
|Contributions||J. Brandt (Editor), H. Vejre (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||312|
Science, Order, and Creativity is a book by theoretical physicist David Bohm and physicist and writer F. David was originally published by Bantam Books, USA, then in Great Britain by second edition, published in after Bohm`s death, comprises a new foreword by Peat as well as an additional introductory chapter, in which a fictitious dialogue between Bohm and Author: David Bohm, F. David Peat. The Royal Society’s Living Landscapes policy programme aims to inform a long-term vision for how the UK manages its land in a way that combines agricultural productivity with sound environmental stewardship. We will explore what science and technology have to .
Towards Multifunctional Agricultural Landscapes for the Upper Midwest Region of the USA. Nicholas Jordan. Agronomy and Plant Genetics Department, University of Minnesota, St Paul, MN, USA. Book Editor(s): Steve Wratten. Bio‐Protection Research Centre Lincoln University, New Zealand. Biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services provision can compete with other land uses due to its incompatibility with many productive activities. The need for multifunctional landscapes that simultaneously provide food security, maintenance of ecological functions and Author: Lorena Rodríguez-Gallego, Antonella Barletta Carolina Cabrera, Carla Kruk, Mariana Nin, Antonio Maut.
This chapter discusses some of the underlying theoretical and practical issues of managing threatened species in multifunctional landscapes, including the as yet unanswered question over whether conservation resources should be concentrated in a few well-protected areas or spread more thinly across broader landscapes, that is, the ‘new conservation’ debate. Lovell, ST & Johnston, DM , ' Creating multifunctional landscapes: How can the field of ecology inform the design of the landscape? ', Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Cited by:
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The pressure on land resources in densely populated industrialized countries is now immense. Multifunctional management is therefore a prerequisite for the sustainable use of landscapes, and the only general strategy that may address the problems created by constantly growing demands on resources arising from production, residence, dumping of waste, habitat, ecosystem services, and Format: Hardcover.
A theoretical foundation for the study of multifunctional landscapes \/ J. Brandt -- Multifunctional landscapes: motives, concepts and perceptions \/ J. Brandt & H. Vejre -- The importance Multifunctional Landscapes book multifunctional, self-organising biosphere landscapes for the future of our total human ecosystem: a new paradigm for transdisciplinary landscape ecology.
Multifunctional Landscapes: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Landscape Research and Management. – Conference material for the conference on “multifunctional landscapes”, Centre for Landscape Research, Roskilde, October– Published in September If you quote from this book, please use the above mentioned.
Global change, land use policies and EU enlargement affect the driving forces for landscape functioning, land use management and rural development. New demands on landscapes and natural resources call for multifunctional approaches to land development.
Tools are required to (i) identify the effects. Buy Sustainable Development of Multifunctional Landscapes on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Sustainable Development of Multifunctional Landscapes: Helming, Katharina, Wiggering, Hubert: : Books.
The pressure on land resources in densely populated industrialized countries is now immense. Multifunctional management is therefore a prerequisite for the sustainable use of landscapes, and the only general strategy that may address the problems created by constantly growing demands on resources arising from production, residence, dumping of waste, habitat, ecosystem services, and.
Sustainable multifunctional landscapes: a review to implementation Patrick J O’Farrell1 and Pippin ML Anderson2 Historic land use practices have dramatically altered landscapes across all scales, homogenising them and restricting opportunities for humans and wildlife.
The need for multifunctional landscapes which simultaneously provide foodFile Size: KB. Encouraging interdisciplinary discussions and emphasizing practical applications these books contain papers originally presented at the conference on this topic held in Roskilde, Denmark in These have since been peer-reviewed and revised for publication.
Volume I presents a new framework for understanding and interpreting landscapes and their functions and values in space and time.
Multifunctional agriculture and multifunctional landscapes — land use as an interface.- Towards an institutional theory of multifunctionality.- The influence of agricultural landscape diversity on biological diversity.- Implementation of multifunctional land use.- Policies, research perspective and challenges on multifunctional land use.-Price: $ Sustainable multifunctional landscapes: A review to implementation Article in Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2() May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The Center for Agroforestry at the University of Missouri, established inis one the world's leading centers contributing to the science underlying agroforestry, the science and practice of intensive land-use management combining trees and/or shrubs with crops and/or livestock.
Multifunctional landscapes can be designed to provide a range of environmental, social, and economic functions, while considering the interests of landowners and users. Encouraging interdisciplinary discussions concentrating on a conscious and precise use of related concepts, and emphasizing the practical application of landscape sciences and management, Multifunctional Landscapes: Volumes I, II and III contain papers originally presented at the conference on this topic held in Roskilde, Denmark in The term ‘multifunctional landscapes’ acknowledges that functional diversity is an inherent or desired quality of such landscapes.
Sustainable multifunctional landscapes are managed for the maintenance or restoration of functional diversity, with the aim of maintaining a full range of ecosystem services. 1. Introduction. Multifunctional landscapes, by definition, are designed for multidimensional benefits [1,2,3,4].Landscape architects, architects, and planners are charged with designing landscapes that meet diverse human needs, while also facilitating ecosystem functions [5,6].The level of success in creating high-performance, multifunctional landscapes is attributed to the extent of Cited by: The object of this paper is to present 10 major premises serving as a holistic conception for research on multifunctional landscapes (MFLs).
Such a theory should become an integral part of the conceptual foundation of transdisciplinary goal-oriented and mission-driven landscape by: 8. New demands on landscapes and natural resources call for multifunctional approaches to land development. This book analyses general principles of land use multifunctionality, highlights the requirements and approaches, and, discusses modelling and monitoring approaches to scientifically assess the impact of mutlifunctional land use implementation.
New demands on landscapes and natural resources call for multifunctional approaches to land development. Tools are required to identify the effects of land management on landscape sustainability and to support the decision-making process on the multipurpose utilisation of landscape : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
"In this book a team of young African research colleagues move scientific findings towards policy and practise. They display new ways how to view food security, especially in relation to land use and multifunctional landscapes.
AgriFoSe is proud to support this innovative thinking about how to improve Food Security in Africa.". Brandt, Jesper; Vejre, Henrik./ Multifunctional landscapes - motives, concepts and unctional Landscapes: Volume 1 Theory, Values and History.
editor Cited by:. Protected Areas (PA) are the main strategy for nature conservation. However, PA are not always efficient for ecological conservation and social wellbeing. A possible alternative for conservation in human-dominated landscapes are Multifunctional Landscapes (ML), which allow the coexistence of multiple objectives, such as nature conservation and resource : Julia Ros-Cuéllar, Luciana Porter-Bolland, Martha Bonilla-Moheno.However, a recently released book by World Agroforestry Centre scientists warn that climate change will have a much greater impact on the rural poor if climate debates remain focused on forests rather than on the role of trees within multifunctional landscapes.
By paying smallholder farmers for ecosystem services that keep climate resilient.Abstract. Cultural landscapes are multifunctional through their simultaneous support of habitat, productivity, regulatory, social, and economic functions (de Groot ; Bastian and Schreiber ).Heterogeneity is a basic characteristic of landscape, and this heterogeneity implies the capacity of landscape to support various, sometimes contradictory functions by: