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25.05.2021 | Report

Feeding habits of Ictalurus punctatus in the downstream section of Nunome Dam reservoir in Japan

Invasive alien species often affect native ecosystems worldwide. In Japan, the channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus is an invasive species in rivers. However, information regarding its feeding habits in rivers around dam reservoirs is still scarce.

25.05.2021 | Original Paper

Spatial pattern of foliar hydrogen peroxide concentration and its implication in riparian vegetation management

Riparian vegetation is constantly subjected to environmental stresses and reactive oxygen species (ROS) are generated in the plant tissue due to the stress. The study assessed the environmental stress in vegetation by quantifying the foliar …

21.05.2021 | Original Paper

Analysis of landscape spatial pattern changes in urban fringe area: a case study of Hunhe Niaodao Area in Shenyang City

The urban fringe is areas where land use changes and develops rapidly, analyzing land use changes and driving forces in urban fringe area is of great significance for landscape pattern and ecological environment construction. This study takes the …

09.05.2021 | Short Communication

Resident spawning of Japanese smelt, Hypomesus nipponensis, along gravel shorelines in Lake Nojiri, Central Japan

In Lake Nojiri, the Japanese smelt, Hypomesus nipponensis McAllister, 1963, population has been thought to be maintained by artificial spawning, and stocking efforts as natural spawning in in-flowing streams is unlikely due to the lack of …

24.04.2021 | Original Paper

Mapping local participatory assessment of ecosystem services of natural resources

It is important to identify and manage regional natural resources to maximize ecosystem services. Although several studies have assessed ecosystem services using natural resources, they have failed to interpret the results spatially and to present …

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Landscape and Ecological Engineering is published by the International Consortium of Landscape and Ecological Engineering with the aim of protecting and improving the environment in the face of biodiversity loss, desertification, global warming, and other environmental conditions.

The journal presents original papers, reports, reviews and technical notes on all aspects of conservation, restoration, and management of ecosystems. Its scope is not limited to purely scientific approaches, but welcomes technological and design approaches that provide useful and practical solutions to today's environmental problems.

The coverage is relevant to students and researchers at universities and institutes, while its emphasis on the practical application of research will interest all decision makers dealing with landscape planning and management problems.

The Editors-in-Chief of Landscape and Ecological Engineering are Yoshihiro Natuhara (Nagoya University, Japan), Kazumi Tanida (Osaka Museum of Natural History, Japan), Dong Kun Lee (Seoul National University, Korea).

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