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Ten Houte de Lange; Richard T. T. Forman attends from North America. Group interacts well, creates friendships. (1983, October) IALE Bulletin, Editor Jesper Brandt (Denmark), includes a brief history of IALE, and landscape ecology in the Netherlands; also, an article by Forman on landscape ecology in the United States. 2 Launching Landscape Ecology in America and Learning from Europe 21 (1983) Reed F. Noss publishes an article in BioScience emphasizing that a landscape/regional perspective and analysis is key to protecting species diversity.
Based on being briefly introduced, the British scientist reported that Troll was quite cordial. Perhaps landscape ecology will have to await scholarly histories by German historians. 2. The Dutch land mosaic approach of Paul Opdam and many research colleagues in the early 1980s focused on an agricultural landscape(s) with dispersed wooded patches. A 1981 paper uses the term “ecotope” (seldom used in later papers), but focuses on relating birds and other ecological attributes to landscape pattern/ structure/arrangement.
After these several years of pondering and helping to outline the concept of landscape ecology, this is the first time he notices the term and concept used in Europe, finds it highly appealing, and has an interesting and successful correspondence with the organizers. Americans Discover Europe, “Synergizing” Landscape Ecology: 1981–1982 (1981, April) An important landscape ecology conference held in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, sponsored by The Netherlands Society of Landscape Ecology, Izaak Zonneveld, host.