Integrating Spatially Explicit Representations of Landscape Perceptions into Land Change Research

Integrating Spatially Explicit Representations of Landscape Perceptions into Land Change Research Curr Landscape Ecol Rep (2017) 2:73–88 DOI 10.1007/s40823-017-0025-1 EFFECTS OF LANDSCAPE STRUCTURE ON HUMAN WELLBEING (S GAGNE) Integrating Spatially Explicit Representations of Landscape Perceptions into Land Change Research 1 2 1 Monica A. Dorning & Derek B. Van Berkel & Darius J. Semmens Published online: 8 August 2017 US Government (outside the USA) 2017 Abstract the validity and uncertainty of those representations across Purpose of Review Human perceptions of the landscape can space. With these considerations, rapid advancements in map- influence land-use and land-management decisions. ping landscape perceptions hold great promise for improving Recognizing the diversity of landscape perceptions across representation of human dimensions in landscape ecology and space and time is essential to understanding land change pro- land change research. cesses and emergent landscape patterns. We summarize the . . role of landscape perceptions in the land change process, dem- Keywords Land change process Land management . . onstrate advances in quantifying and mapping landscape per- Landscape perception Landscape change Landscape ceptions, and describe how these spatially explicit techniques values Spatial have and may benefit land change research. Recent Findings Mapping landscape perceptions is becoming increasingly common, particularly in research focused on Introduction quantifying ecosystem services provision. Spatial http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Current Landscape Ecology Reports Springer Journals

Integrating Spatially Explicit Representations of Landscape Perceptions into Land Change Research

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Springer International Publishing
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Copyright © 2017 by US Government (outside the USA)
Subject
Life Sciences; Landscape Ecology; Ecology; Forestry; Freshwater & Marine Ecology
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2364-494X
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10.1007/s40823-017-0025-1
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Curr Landscape Ecol Rep (2017) 2:73–88 DOI 10.1007/s40823-017-0025-1 EFFECTS OF LANDSCAPE STRUCTURE ON HUMAN WELLBEING (S GAGNE) Integrating Spatially Explicit Representations of Landscape Perceptions into Land Change Research 1 2 1 Monica A. Dorning & Derek B. Van Berkel & Darius J. Semmens Published online: 8 August 2017 US Government (outside the USA) 2017 Abstract the validity and uncertainty of those representations across Purpose of Review Human perceptions of the landscape can space. With these considerations, rapid advancements in map- influence land-use and land-management decisions. ping landscape perceptions hold great promise for improving Recognizing the diversity of landscape perceptions across representation of human dimensions in landscape ecology and space and time is essential to understanding land change pro- land change research. cesses and emergent landscape patterns. We summarize the . . role of landscape perceptions in the land change process, dem- Keywords Land change process Land management . . onstrate advances in quantifying and mapping landscape per- Landscape perception Landscape change Landscape ceptions, and describe how these spatially explicit techniques values Spatial have and may benefit land change research. Recent Findings Mapping landscape perceptions is becoming increasingly common, particularly in research focused on Introduction quantifying ecosystem services provision. Spatial

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Current Landscape Ecology ReportsSpringer Journals

Published: Aug 8, 2017

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