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LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY


OTHER LINKS

* SOLS  ||  SOS   ||   GIOS
* HPDP (
Research Project)
* PHX-UGM
(Research Project)

* IMGRE (Research Project)
* SUCCESS (Research Center)
* ISOMES (Ecology Symposium Series)
* CHESS (Research Center)


Landscape Ecology and Sustainability Laboratory (LESL) - formerly known as Landscape Ecology and Modeling Laboratory (LEML) - is the research lab of Prof. Jianguo (Jingle) Wu, which was established in 1995 at Arizona State University.

Research Fields:
Current Research Topics:
  • Effects of landscape pattern on population and ecosystem dynamics
  • Interactions between landscape pattern and ecosystem services
  • Urban ecology and sustainability: biodiversity, ecosystem processes, and ecosystem services, and human well-being
  • Ecological impacts of land use/land cover change and climate change
  • Landscape sustainability science: Theory and practice of developing sustainable landscapes
 



“Knowledge which is unable to support action is not genuine – and
how unsure is activity without understanding ...”
--- Rudolf L. C. Virchow (1821–1902)
Pathologist, Anthropologist, and Statesman

"Nothing is as practical as a good theory."  
--- Kurt Lewin (1945)