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Lundberg, J., Andersson, E., Cleary, G., Elmqvist, T., 2008, Linkages Beyond Borders: Targeting Spatial Processes in Fragmented Urban Landscapes. Landscape Ecology DOI 10.1007/s10980-008-9232-9.
2008 - Journal / article
Publication review Management of ecosystems often focuses on specific species chosen for their habitat demand, public appeal, or levels of threat. We propose a complementary framework for choosing focal species, the mobile link concept, which allows managers to focus on spatial processes and deal with multi-scale ecological dynamics. Spatial processes are important for three reasons: maintenance, re-organization, and restora...
Andersson, E, S. Barthel and K. Arhné. 2007 . Measuring Social—Ecological Dynamics behind the Generation of Ecosystem Services. Ecological Applications, 17: 1267—78.
2007 - Journal / article
Publication review The generation of ecosystem services depends on both social and ecological features. Here we focus on management, its ecological consequences, and social drivers. Our approach combined (1) quantitative surveys of local species diversity and abundance of three functional groups of ecosystem service providers (pollinators, seed dispersers, and insectivores) with (2) qualitative studies of local management ...