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Libros y artículos:
Ahern, J. (1999): Spatial concepts, planning strategies and future scenarios: a framework
method for integrating landscape ecology and landscape planning. In: J. Klopatek and R.
Gardner (Editors). Landscape ecological analysis: issues and applications. Springer-Verlag Inc.
New York, pp. 175 – 201
Cook, E.A.; Van Lier, H.N. (1994): Landscape Planning and Ecological Networks. Elsevier
Science B. V. Amsterdam.
F. Zoido; C. Venegas (2002): Paisaje y Ordenación del Territorio. Consejería de Obras
Públicas y Transportes, Sevilla.
Forman, R.T.T. (1995): Land Mosaics. The Ecology of Landscapes and Regions.
Cambrigde University Press. EEUU.
Forman, R.T.T. (2004): Mosaico territorial para la región metropolitana de Barcelona.
Editorial Gustavo Gili, S.A., Barcelona.
Forman, R.T.T.; Collinge, S.K. (1996): The “Spatial Solution” to Conserving
Biodiversity in Landscapes and Regions. En DeGraaf, R.M.; Miller, R.I. (Eds.):
Conservation of Faunal Diversity in Forested Landscapes”. Chapman & Hall.
Hawkins, V.; Selman, P. (2002): Landscape scale planning: exploring alternative land use
scenarios. Landscape and Urban Planning, 60:211-224.
Jongman, R.H.G. (1995): Nature conservation planning in Europe: developing ecological
networks. Landscape and Urban Planning, 32: 169-163.
Luz, F (2000): Participatory Landscape Ecology – A Basis for Acceptance and
Implementation. Landscape and Urban Planning, 50: 157-166.
Makhzoumi, J.; Pungetti, G. (1999): Ecological Landscape Design and Planning. E. & F.
Spon, London.
Marsh, W.M. (1991): Landscape Planning. Environmental Applications. Second Edition. John
Willey and Sons, New York.
Miklös, L. (1996): The concept of the territorial system of ecological stability in Slovakia: In:
R.H.G. Jongman (Ed.): Ecological and landscape consequences of land use change in Europe.
Proceedings of the first ECNC seminar on land use change and its ecological consequences,
Tilburg 16-18 February 1995. ECNC publication series on Man and Nature, vol. 2. European
Centre for Nature Conservation, Tilburg, pp. 385-406.
Naveh, Z. (2001): Ten Major Premises for a Holistic Conception of Multifunctional
Landscapes. Landscape and Urban Planning, 57: 269-284
Steiner, F. (1999): The Living Landscape. An Ecological Approach to Landscape Planning.
McGraw-Hill Professional Architecture.
Sustek, Z. (1998): Biocorridors. Theory and practice. In J.W. Dover; R.G.H. Bunce (Eds.): Key
concepts in landscape ecology. IALE (UK), Preston, pp. 281-296
Tenhunen, J.D.; Lentz, R.; Hantschel, R. (1999): Ecosystem Approaches to Landscape
Management in Central Europe. Springer-Verlag, New York.
• Van Lier, H.N. (1998): The Role of Land Use Planning in Sustainable Rural Systems.
Landscape and Urban Planning, 41: 83-91.
Páginas web:
Congreso (con gran cantidad de artículos “descargables”):
From Landscape Research to Landscape Planning:
Evaluaciones de paisaje a nivel local (Reino Unido):
Sussex Downs Landscape Assessment: http://www.vic.org.uk/edu/sdla/1.htm
Basingstoke & Denim Landscape Assessment:
Hampshire Landscape Assessment: http://www3.hants.gov.uk/landscape-andheritage.htm
Redes ecológicas europeas:
Pan-European Ecological Network: http://www.coe.int/t/e/cultural_cooperation/environment/nature_and_biological_diversity/ecological_networks/PEEN/
Natura 2000: http://ec.europa.eu/environment/nature/home.htm
Laboratorios de planificación y gestión del paisaje:
Laboratorio de Análisis y Gestión del Paisaje:
Landscape ecology, perception and design lab: http://wwwpersonal.umich.edu/~nassauer/lab-bar.htm
Institute of Landscape Ecology – Slovak Academy of Sciences: