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Designing Green Landscapes

Managing Forest Ecosystems

Volume 15

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:Editors

Klaus von Gadow · Timo Pukkala

 

Foreword by Klaus von Gadow and Timo Pukkala

 

 

Series Editors

Klaus Gadow

Georg-August-University,Göttingen, Germany

Timo Pukkala

University of Joensuu, Joensuu, Finland

and

Margarida Tomé

Instituto Superior de Agronomía, Lisbon, Portugal

 

 

 

ABOUT THIS BOOK

The ‘multiple path’ principle represents a robust theoretical framework for designing forested landscapes

A useful reference text for researchers and graduate students in forest management, ecology, modeling and landscape planning

Meets the need for realistic planning horizons and adaptive management

Von Gadow and Pukkala’s unique, Designing Green Landscapes, presents the latest thinking in adaptive management for forest ecosystems. Based on the ‘multiple path’ principle, this approach links species choice and silvicultural methods with changing demands and changing environmental conditions, to ensure continuous adaptation, often several times within the lifetime of a tree.

The ‘multiple path’ principle at the core of this approach represents a robust theoretical framework for designing forested landscapes. It provides a logical basis both for coordinating spatial objectives and for integrating varied forms of expertise; it limits planning horizons to realistic timeframes; and it allows for forecasts based on current real attributes of spatially explicit land parcels. This is in stark contrast with traditional forestry practices which simply assess the forest resource at regular time intervals and prescribe standard management schedules for specific forest types.

Presenting new approaches to land management, this book represents a useful reference text for researchers and graduate students in forest management, ecology, modelling and landscape planning. It will also provide a valuable resource for professionals working for Land Management Agencies or as environmental consultants.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Forest design - Forest planning - Landscape planning - Optimisation

Related subjects » Ecology - Environmental Management - Environmental Sciences - Life Sciences - Systems Biology and Bioinformatics

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Foreword.-

Section 1: Introduction.

1. Adaptive design of forested landscapes; K. v. Gadow et al.-

Section 2: Assessing the Landscape.

2. Landscape metrics, scales of resolution; S.A. Cushman, K. McGarigal.- 3. Detailed assessment using remote sensing techniques; P. Packalén et al.- 4. Assessing landscape attributes; C. Kätsch.-

Section 3: Numerical Analysis of Landscape Design.

5. Spatial optimisation - computational Methods; P. Bettinger, Y.-H. Kim.- 6. Integrating multiple services in the numerical analysis of landscape design; T. Pukkala.- 7. Decentralized forest planning models - a cellular automata framework; A.-H. Mathey, J. Nelson.- 8.Coordinating management decisions of neighboring stands with dynamic programming; H. Hoganson et al.- 9. Designing a forested landscape in Finland under different climate scenarios; J. García-Gonzalo et al.-

Section 4: Computer Graphics and Visualization.

10. Visualization in the design of forested landscapes; A.O. Falcão.- 11. Visualization in support of landscape design; R. Mach.-

 

Aims & Scope:

Well-managed forests and woodlands are a renewable resource, producing essential raw material with minimum waste and energy use. Rich in habitat and species diversity, forests may contribute to increase ecosystem stability. They can absorb the effects of unwanted deposition and other disturbances and protect neighbouring ecosystems by maintaining stable nutrient and energy cycles and by preventing soil degradation and erosion. They provide much-needed recreation and their continued existence contributes to stabilizing rural communities. Forests are managed for timber production and species, habitat and process conservation. A subtle shift from multiple-use management to ecosystems management is being observed and the new ecological perspective of multi-functional forest management is based on the principles of ecosystem diversity, stability and elasticity, and the dynamic equilibrium of primary and secondary production. Making full use of new technology is one of the challenges facing forest management today. Resource information must be obtained with a limited budget. This requires better timing of resource assessment activities and improved use of multiple data sources. Sound ecosystems management, like any other management activity, relies on effective forecasting and operational control. The aim of the book series Managing Forest Ecosystems is to present state-of-the-art research results

relating to the practice of forest management. Contributions are solicited from prominent authors. Each reference book, monograph or proceedings volume will be focused to deal with a specific context. Typical issues of the series are: resource assessment techniques, evaluating sustainability for even-aged and uneven-aged forests, multi-objective management, predicting forest development, optimizing forest management, biodiversity management and monitoring, risk assessment and economic analysis.

 

 

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