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    Author(s): R.A. Birdsey; R. Lucas; Y. PanG. SunE.J. Gustafson; A.H.  Perera
    Date: 2010
    Source: Forest Ecology and Management 259:1213-1214
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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    The science of landscape ecology is a rapidly evolving academic field with an emphasis on studying large-scale spatial heterogeneity created by natural influences and human activities. These advances have important implications for managing and conserving natural resources. At a September 2008 IUFRO conference in Chengdu, Sichuan, P.R. China, we highlighted both the challenges and solutions to managing forested landscapes for a variety of values and benefits. In this special issue of Forest Ecology and Management, we present selected papers from the conference to examine a central issue in landscape-scale management: the need to consider sustainability in the context of multiple spatial and temporal scales.

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    Birdsey, R.A.; Lucas, R.; Pan, Y.; Sun, G.; Gustafson, E.J.; Perera, A.H. 2010. Managing landscapes at multiple scales for sustainability of ecosystem functions (Preface). Forest Ecology and Management 259:1213-1214.

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