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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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Patterns of change in two contrasting Norwegian agricultural landscapes
Abstract As in many parts of Europe, two opposing forces of change have shaped Norwegian agricultural landscapes during the last decades: intensification of cultivation in favourable areas andExpand
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Development and implementation of the Norwegian monitoring programme for agricultural landscapes.
This paper describes the development and implementation of the Norwegian monitoring programme for agricultural landscapes--the '3Q programme'. The main objective of the scheme is to indicateExpand
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Integrating landscape-based values—Norwegian monitoring of agricultural landscapes
An accumulating body of research identifies the importance of landscape structure for a wide range of countryside interests. Landscape structure reflects the results of policies and practices, and isExpand
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Patterns of variation in vascular plant species richness and composition in SE Norwegian agricultural landscapes
Abstract Plant species richness and composition were studied in 16 1 km2 agricultural landscape plots in SE Norway, in which a total of 2201 patches of 18 types (built-up areas omitted) wereExpand
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Opportunities and limitations in assessing the multifunctionality of agriculture within the CAPRI model
Abstract In recent years the objectives of agricultural policy have shifted from a principal focus on production and income towards agriculture's provision of public goods summarized by the termExpand
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Gains to species diversity in organically farmed fields are not propagated at the farm level.
Organic farming is promoted to reduce environmental impacts of agriculture, but surprisingly little is known about its effects at the farm level, the primary unit of decision making. Here we reportExpand
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The landscape ecology of butterflies in traditionally managed Norwegian farmland
The modernisation of agriculture has lead to changes in Norwegian farming landscapes that have consequences for butterfly distribution and abundance. Particularly important is the abandonment ofExpand
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Scale-dependent importance of environment, land use and landscape structure for species richness and composition of SE Norwegian modern agricultural landscapes
Knowledge of variation in vascular plant species richness and species composition in modern agricultural landscapes is important for appropriate biodiversity management. From species lists for 2201Expand
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Heterogeneity as a measure of spatial pattern for monitoring agricultural landscapes
The Norwegian monitoring programme for agricultural landscapes is a sample-based programme that aims to document the current state and patterns of change in the agricultural landscape for the entireExpand
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