• Managing the whole landscape: historical, hybrid, and novel ecosystems 

      Hobbs, R.J.; Higgs, E.; Hall, C.M.; Bridgewater, P.; Chapin III, F.S.; Ellis, E.C.; Ewel, J.J.; Hallett, L.M.; Harris, J.; Hulvey, K.B.; Jackson, S.T.; Kennedy, P.L.; Kueffer, C.; Lach, L.; Lantz, T.C.; Lugo, A.E.; Mascaro, J.; Murphy, S.D.; Nelson, C.R.; Perring, M.P.; Richardson, D.M.; Seastedt, T.R.; Standish, R.J.; Starzomski, B.M.; Suding, K.N.; Tognetti, P.M.; Yakob, L.; Yung, L. (The Ecological Society of America, 2014)
      The reality confronting ecosystem managers today is one of heterogeneous, rapidly transforming landscapes, particularly in the areas more affected by urban and agricultural development. A landscape management framework ...