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Preface (103 kB)

Introduction

1. Trends in landscape research and landscape planning: implications for PhD students (450kB)
Gunther Tress (The Netherlands), Bärbel Tress (The Netherlands), Gary Fry (Norway) and Marc Antrop (Belgium)

Developing integrative theory and concepts

2. Defining concepts and process of knowledge production in integrative research (414 kB)
Bärbel Tress (The Netherlands), Gunther Tress (The Netherlands) and Gary Fry (Norway)

3. From holistic landscape synthesis to transdisciplinary landscape management (332 kB)
Marc Antrop (Belgium)

4. Ecosystem networks: a spatial concept for integrative research and planning of landscapes (209 kB)
Paul Opdam (The Netherlands)

5. Integrating physical and human dynamics in landscape trajectories: exemplified at the Aulnages watershed (Québec, Canada) (599 kB)
Julie Ruiz and Gérald Domon (Canada)

6. Challenges of interdisciplinarity for forest management and landscape perception research (202kB)
John L. Lewis (Canada)

7. Landscape's ocular-centrism - and beyond? (122 kB)
Hannah Macpherson (United Kingdom)

Developing integrative tools and methods

8. Bio-regional pattern and spatial narratives for integrative landscape research and design (719 kB)
Janet Silbernagel (USA)

9. Theories, methods and strategies for sustainable landscape planning (300 kB)
Jack Ahern (USA)

10. Water quality modelling for decision-making: the drinking-water watersheds of Sydney, Australia (438 kB)
Les McNamara (Australia)

11. Integrating landscape and water resources planning with focus on sustainability (804 kB)
Helena Sousa Ferreira (Portugal) and André Botequilha Leitão (Portugal)

12. Changing conceptualization of landscape in English landscape assessment methods (57 kB)
Laura Hurni Jensen (United Kingdom)

13. European nature conservation policy: challenges for local implementation in Germany (510kB)
Alexandra Sauer (Germany)

Training and education for integration

14. PhD students and integrative research (149 kB)
Gary Fry (Norway), Bärbel Tress (The Netherlands) and Gunther Tress (The Netherlands)

15. Educating the children of the Mode-2 revolution (599 kB)
Nick Winder (United Kingdom)

16. Effective communication in integrative projects (163 kB)
Richard Hobbs (Australia)

17. Ten steps to success in integrative research projects (451 kB)
Bärbel Tress (The Netherlands), Gunther Tress (The Netherlands) and Gary Fry (Norway)

18. How to publish a peer-reviewed research paper from integrative landscape research (290kB)
Gunther Tress(The Netherlands), Bärbel Tress (The Netherlands) and Gary Fry (Norway)

Applying integrative concepts

19. Linking preference for environments with their restorative quality (231 kB)
Terry Hartig (Sweden) and Henk Staats (The Netherlands)

20. Nature meets aesthetics on cultural grounds: a multidisciplinary study of grave mounds in Norway (394 kB)
Mari Sundli Tveit (Norway)

21. Sustaining urban ecosystem services with local stewards participation in Stockholm (Sweden) (233 kB)
Stephan Barthel (Sweden)

22. Integrating nature conservation and landscape management in farming systems in the Friesian Woodlands (788 kB)
Paul Swagemakers (The Netherlands) and Johannes S.C. Wiskerke (The Netherlands)

23. Building landscape memory through combined sources: commons afforestation in Portugal (195kB)
Ana Isabel Queiroz (Portugal)

24. Integrating landscape ecology in environmental impact assessment using GIS and ecological modelling (722 kB)
Mikael Gontier (Sweden)

25. Applying special heterogeneity indices in changing landscapes in the Czech Republic (224kB)
Katerina Pixova (Czech Republic) and Petr Sklenicka (Czech Republic)

26. Integration of ecological knowledge at a landscape level for conservation policies in agricultural areas (128 kB)
Maria J. Pacha (United Kingdom)

27. Setting up an integrative research approach for sustaining wild rice (Zizania palustris) in the Upper Great Lakes region of North America (593 kB)
Anette Drewes (USA) and Janet Silbernagel (USA)

28. Established and recent policy arrangements for river management in The Netherlands: an analysis of discourses (206 kB)
Irene Immink (The Netherlands)

29. From river to ridge: local governance and the implementation of improved water management (442 kB)
Julie Nimmo (Australia)

Conclusion

30. Considerations for future education in integrative landscape research (103 kB)
Gunther Tress (The Netherlands), Bärbel Tress (The Netherlands), Gary Fry (Norway), Paul Opdam (The Netherlands), Jack Ahern (USA), Marc Antrop (Belgium), Terry Hartig (Sweden), Richard Hobbs (Australia), David Miller (United Kingdom), Janet Silbernagel (USA), Nick Winder (United Kingdom)

List of participants (13 kB)