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|Title: ||Forest landscapes and global change. New frontiers in management, conservation and restoration. Proceedings of the IUFRO Landscape Ecology Working Group International Conference|
|Authors: ||Azevedo, João (Ed.)|
Feliciano, Manuel (Ed.)
Castro, José (Ed.)
Pinto, M. Alice (Ed.)
|Keywords: ||Landscape ecology|
|Issue Date: ||2010|
|Publisher: ||IUFRO, Instituo Politécnico de Bragança|
|Citation: ||Azevedo, João; Feliciano, Manuel; Castro, José; Pinto, Maria Alice (2010) - Forest landscapes and global change. New frontiers in management, conservation and restoration. Proceedings of the IUFRO Landscape Ecology Working Group International Conference. Bragança: IPB, IUFRO. ISBN 978-972-745-110-4|
|Abstract: ||This volume contains the contributions of numerous participants at the IUFRO Landscape Ecology Working
Group International Conference, which took place in Bragança, Portugal, from 21 to 24 of September 2010. The
conference was dedicated to the theme Forest Landscapes and Global Change - New Frontiers in Management,
Conservation and Restoration. The 128 papers included in this book follow the structure and topics of the
conference. Sections 1 to 8 include papers relative to presentations in 18 thematic oral and two poster sessions.
Section 9 is devoted to a wide-range of landscape ecology fields covered in the 12 symposia of the conference.
The Proceedings of the IUFRO Landscape Ecology Working Group International Conference register the growth
of scientific interest in forest landscape patterns and processes, and the recognition of the role of landscape
ecology in the advancement of science and management, particularly within the context of emerging physical,
social and political drivers of change, which influence forest systems and the services they provide. We believe
that these papers, together with the presentations and debate which took place during the IUFRO Landscape
Ecology Working Group International Conference – Bragança 2010, will definitively contribute to the
advancement of landscape ecology and science in general.
For their additional effort and commitment, we thank all the participants in the conference for leaving this record
of their work, thoughts and science.|
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