Current Trends in Landscape Research

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This book presents definitions, key concepts and projects in landscape research and related areas, such as landscape science and landscape ecology, addressing and characterising the international role, status, challenges, future and tools of landscape research in the globalised world of the 21st century. The book brings together views on landscapes from leading international teams and emerging authors from different scientific disciplines and regions of the globe. It describes approaches for achieving sustainability and for handling the multifunctionality of landscapes and includes international case studies demonstrating the great potential of landscape research to provide partial sustainable solutions while developing cultural landscapes and protecting semi-natural landscapes. It is intended for scientists from various disciplines as well as informed readers dealing with landscape policies, planning, evolvement, management, stewardship and conservation.


Lothar Mueller (Müller) is a retired scientist from the Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) in Muencheberg, Germany.He studied Agriculture at the Humboldt University in Berlin and graduated from the Academy of Agricultural Science of the GDR (Dr. agr.) in 1974. He has worked at the Research Centre of Soil Fertility (1974–1991), and the ZALF Institutes of Soil Landscape Research and Landscape Hydrology (1991-2014). His main interest is in soil science and agriculture, and together with an international team he developed the Muencheberg Soil Quality Rating, an acknowledged approach for assessing the quality of global soils for cropping and grazing. Over the past 5 years his scientific work has focused on the field of landscape monitoring and management. Lothar Mueller has published more than 350 papers, amongst them more than 100 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters. Since 2013 he has been an Honorary Professor at the State Agricultural University of the Kuban in Krasnodar (Russian Federation). He was appointed as an Honorary Doctor of the Russian Research Institute of Rice in Krasnodar, of the Pryanishnikov Institute for Agrochemistry in Moscow and of the Institute for Soil Science and Agrochemistry in Almaty, Kazakhstan.  Frank Eulenstein is a scientist at the Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) in Muencheberg, Germany. He studied Agriculture at the Georg August University of Göttingen and graduated from the Institute for Soil Science there in 1992 (Dr. sc. agr.).Since 1993 he has worked as a scientist at the ZALF Institute of Land Use Systems. His fields of interest are water, matter and energy fluxes in agricultural systems and the practical questions of cropping and fertilization. Currently, he works in the Research Area “Land Use and Governance”, workgroup “Sustainable Grassland Systems” at ZALF. Frank Eulenstein has published more than 300 scientific papers. He has more than 20 years experience as a manager (CEO) in the segments of the development of organic fertilizers and classical agricultural trade.

Since 2013 he has been an Honorary Professor at the State Agricultural University of the Kuban in Krasnodar (Russian Federation). He was appointed as an Honorary Doctor of the Russian Research Institute of Rice in Krasnodar, of the Pryanishnikov Institute for Agrochemistry in Moscow and of the Institute for Soil Science and Agrochemistry in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

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Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Herausgeber Lothar Mueller, Frank Eulenstein
Seitenzahl 680
Erscheinungsdatum 26.11.2019
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-3-030-30068-5
Reihe Innovations in Landscape Research
Verlag Springer
Maße (L/B/H) 24.3/16/3.9 cm
Gewicht 1530 g
Abbildungen 21 schwarzweisse Abbilmit 203 FarbabbildungenFarbabb., 100 Farbtabellen
Auflage 1st ed. 2019

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  • Preface of editors

    Part I 
    The Essence and Mission of  Landscape Research

    1 Territory and/or Scenery: Concepts and Prospects of Western Landscape Research, Marc Antrop and Veerle van Eetvelde, Marc.Antrop@UGent.be

    2 Landscape Concept in History of Russian (Soviet) Geography, Nicolai M. Dronin and John M. Francis, ndronin@gmail.com

    3 Landscapes, their Exploration and Utilisation: Status and Trends of Landscape Research, Lothar Mueller et al., agrarlandschaft@gmail.com

    4 Landscape Science for Natural Resource Management in a Globalized  World, Guy Robinson, guy.robinson@adelaide.edu.au

    Part II 
    Concepts for Landscape Assessment and Evolvement

    5 Concepts and Measures for Maintaining Wilderness and Landscape Biodiversity in the Anthropocene, Vladimir Bocharnikov, vbocharnikov@mail.ru

    6 Towards an Interdisciplinary Understanding of Landscape Qualities: Wilderness, Tranquillity and Dark Skies, Flurina Wartmann et al., flurina.wartmann@wsl.ch

    7 Ecosystem Services of Russian Landscapes, Elena Bukvareva, bukvareva@gmail.com 

    8 Citizen in Landscape Governance, Denis Couvet, couvet@mnhn.fr

    9 Regenerative Landscape Development: A Transformational Methodology for Thrivability of Landscapes, Leah V. Gibbons, leah.gibbons@asu.edu

    10 Principles for Landscape Conservation Design: The ICASS Platform (Re-print with permission of Elsevier), Robert M. Campellone et al., rob_campellone@fws.gov

    11 The Action „Soil of the Year“ – A Contribution to Soil Awareness of the Society, Monika Frielinghaus  and  Gerhard Milbert, frielinghaus@zalf.de

    12 A Framework that Connects Habitat Fragmentation  with Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning, Jiajia Liu et al., liujiajia.ecology@gmail.com, Mingjian Yu, fishmj@zju.edu.cn

    Part III 
    Tools for Landscape Planning

    13 Tools for landscape science: theory, models and data, Marcel van Oijen, mvano@ceh.ac.uk

    14 Impacts on Landscapes, Biodiversity and the Environment: Methods of Assessment and Compensation, Valery Kravchenko, vk@irigs.irk.ru ; vk7251@mail.ru

    15 Multiscale Approach to Analyzing Vegetation-Soil-Topography Relationships, Alexander W. Khoroshev, avkh1970@yandex.ru

    16 Assessing the Ecological Status in Regions of Russia and some Neighbouring Countries, Viktoria R.  Bityukova, bituykova@yandex.ru;

    17 Planning Tools  for the Protection of the Natural and Cultural Heritage in the Eastern Mediterranean Area, Maria Gabriella Trovato et al., mt63@aub.edu.lb

    18 Assessment and Management of Urbanization Pressure on Landscape in the Munich Region, Johannes Gnädinger, j.gnaedinger@psu-schaller.de

    Part IV Landscape Characterization: International  Case Studies

    19 Assessment  of Landscape Character and  Ecosystem Services:  A Case Study from India, Debbie Bartlett d.bartlett@gre.ac.uk 

    20 Landscape - Ecological Conditions and Conflicts of Environmental Management in the Arctic Zone Of Russia, Alexander V. Evseev et al., Tatiana M. Krasovskaya,  krasovsktex@yandex.ru

    21 Monitoring of vegetation on quarries of construction materials in the Russian Far North as the basis for creating models and analyzing trends of landscape processes, Olga Sumina, o.sumina@spbu.ru

    22 The Eddy-Covariance Method and its Application from the Volga Steppe Region to Eastern Siberia, Thomas Foken foken@micrometeorology.de

    23 „WETLAND CONSERVATION IN THE ANTHROPOCENE: RESEARCH  IN GREIFSWALD, GERMANY”, Franziska Tanneberger et al., franziska.tanneberger@greifswaldmoor.de

    24 Agricultural Land Conversion and Land Economic Value: A Case Study in East Java, Indonesia,

    Mohammad Rondhi  et al., rondhi.faperta@unej.ac.id

    25 Assessing the Effects of EU Policies on Alpine Cultural Landscapes, Nadja Penko Seidl and Mojca Golobič, nadja.penko@bf.uni-lj.si

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