P/A Award: Taichung Gateway Park
A wide range of 'progressive architecture' awards were recently announced on ArchitectOnline going to a wide range of winners. The process ...
representation of ecological buffer between city and river. use of color minimized for effective communication. Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign
Next Generation of Wildlife Crossings Un-Vailed in ARC Competition
Today, the ARC International Wildlife Crossing Infrastructure Design Competition unveiled its five finalist designs for a next generation wildlife crossing at West Vail Pass, Colorado. The competition is intended to solve the problem of ensuring safe travel for humans and wi...
Landscape connectivity: corridors and more, in Issues in Ecology #16 – Ecotone | News and Views on Ecological Science
WE live in a human-dominated world. For many of our fellow creatures, this means a fragmented world, as human conduits to friends, family, and resources sever
Ecology and Design: Frameworks For Learning. Ecology and Design addresses that shortcoming by articulating priorities and approaches for incorporating ecological principles in the teaching of landscape design and planning. Ecology and Design represents an important guidepost and source of ideas for faculty, students, and professionals in landscape architecture, urban design, planning and architecture, landscape ecology, conservation biology and restoration ecology, civil and...
Principles and Methods in Landscape Ecology: Towards a Science of the Landscape (Landscape Series) by Almo Farina. $79.56. Publication: May 3, 2007. Publisher: Springer; 2nd edition (May 3, 2007). Edition - 2nd. Author: Almo Farina
Can landscape ecology untangle the complexity of antibiotic resistance?
The field of landscape ecology links the biotic and abiotic factors of an ecosystem. In this Opinion article, the authors argue that using the tools of landscape ecology would improve the accuracy of ecological studies of antibiotic resistance.
Integrating Landscape Ecology into Natural Resource Management | Ecology and conservation
Over 100 contributors and reviewers, including many of the world's leading landscape ecologists and natural resource managers, have collaborated to produce this book, the first of its kind to link landscape ecology with natural resource management. It covers such important issues as biodiversity conservation, land use, natural resource management, ecology and integration of natural and social sciences. The target audience includes landscape ecologists, natural resource managers, policy…