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Key concepts in a framework for analysing visual landscape character
A transparent and theory-based scheme for analysing visual character is presented. Expand
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The shared landscape: what does aesthetics have to do with ecology?
This collaborative essay grows out of a debate about the relationship between aesthetics and ecology and the possibility of an “ecological aesthetic” that affects landscape planning, design, andExpand
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Capturing Landscape Visual Character Using Indicators: Touching Base with Landscape Aesthetic Theory
This paper presents one way that landscape visual character can be captured using indicators derived from theory-based concepts related to landscape perception. Expand
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Relationships between visual landscape preferences and map-based indicators of landscape structure
There is increasing awareness of the need to monitor trends in our constantly changing agricultural landscapes. Monitoring programmes often use remote sensing data and focus on changes in landExpand
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Components of small urban parks that predict the possibility for restoration
In densifying cities, small green spaces such as pocket parks are likely to become more important as settings for restoration. Well-designed small parks may serve restoration well, but earlierExpand
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Clarifying Integrative Research Concepts in Landscape Ecology
Integrative research approaches are intensely discussed in landscape ecology, in academia and in research policy. However, confusion over the terminology hampers communication. Many current landscapeExpand
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Indicators of perceived naturalness as drivers of landscape preference.
The concept of naturalness is one of the more studied concepts in landscape preference research and describes how close a landscape is to a perceived natural state. In this study we explored theExpand
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Multifunctional landscapes - towards transdisciplinary research
This paper deals with the process of integration required to study multifunctionality in agricultural landscapes. It examines what we really understand by integration between subject disciplines andExpand
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The ecology of visual landscapes: Exploring the conceptual common ground of visual and ecological landscape indicators
Abstract This paper explores the conceptual common ground between visual and ecological landscape indicators. Indicators can be used to summarise complex information about landscape functions and theExpand
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Defining concepts and the process of knowledge production in integrative research
Recent surveys of integrative landscape research projects and their funding bodies have revealed a lack of common understanding of integrative research concepts such as interdisciplinarity andExpand
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