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2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS

Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

Session

Session Track

Symposium Title

S16

Agrarian Landscapes II

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

S36

Landscape Planning II

CO-10
S48

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity III
Methods: Geospatial II

Rethinking Landscape Degradation Monday, July 6


Analysis and Prevention in Agrarian
Case Study Application of
Wednesday, July 8
Landscape Ecological Thinking to
Monday, July 6, 2015

Urban Ecology IV

P03

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

S11

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services
Land Use Change II

Prospects of Geospatial
Wednesday, July 8
Technologies to Support
A Concept Clear as Mud?
Tuesday, July 7
Understanding and Applying Urban
Monday, July 6

11:05 AM - 11:25 AM

S21

Contact
Contact Last Country: Title of Presentation
First Name: Name:
Iskandar
Abdullaev
Uzbekist Land degradation in Central Asia: current trends and institutional aspects
an
Yaser
Abunnasr
Lebanon Ecological concepts in design and planning in the Middle East: historical
precedents, project initiatives, and challenges
Aaron
Adamack
Australia Can we Detect the Genetic Signals of Range Expansion for the Invasive Red
Fox in Australia?
Selase
Adanu
Ghana
Remote Sensing and GIS Based Assessment of Land Degradation and
Implications for Ghanas Ecological Zones
Olumuyiwa Adegun
South
Informal Settlement Intervention: How Does It Impact Urban Ecosystem
Africa
Services and Disservices?
Andrzej
Affek
Poland
Usage patterns of provisioning and cultural ecosystem services

Monday, July 6

4:00 PM - 4:15 PM

Andrzej

Affek

Poland

CO-28

Ecosystem Services VI

Modeling Drivers and


Consequences of Land Change:

Thursday, July 9, 2015

1:40 PM - 1:55 PM

Mauro

Agnoletti

Italy

S53

Biocultural Landscapes II

Wednesday, July 8

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

mauro

agnoletti

Italy

S07

Urban Ecology I

Monday, July 6

2:10 PM - 2:35 PM

Jack

Ahern

USA

S32

Landscape Planning I

Wednesday, July 8

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Jack

Ahern

USA

Safe-to-Fail" strategies to address uncertainty in urban planning and design

Jack Ahern* University of Massachusetts Amherst

S36

Landscape Planning II

Wednesday, July 8

9:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Jack

Ahern

USA

Adaptive Urban Planning and Design

Jack Ahern* University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

Wednesday, July 8

2:25 PM - 2:45 PM

Felicia

Akinyemi

S32

Landscape Planning I

Wednesday, July 8

11:20 AM - 12:00 PM

Christian

Albert

S32

Landscape Planning I

Wednesday, July 8

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Christian

Albert

S32

Landscape Planning I

Wednesday, July 8

4:20 PM - 4:40 PM

Christian

Albert

Botswan Topic: Dynamics of peri-urban land use changes in West Africa: a


a
comparison of Ibadan (Nigeria) and Accra (Ghana)
Panel Discussion / Session A: Planning Innovations through integrating
wisdom, research and practice
Panel Discussion / Session B: Planning innovations through modelling,
geodesign and visualization technologies
Final Discussion with all speakers

S32

Landscape Planning I

Wednesday, July 8

4:40 PM - 5:00 PM

Christian

Albert

S32

Landscape Planning I

Wednesday, July 8

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Christian

Albert

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

Thursday, July 9

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Christian

Albert

S52

Ecosystem Services V

Thursday, July 9

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Christian

Albert

S07

Urban Ecology I

Monday, July 6

11:15 AM - 11:40 AM

Marina

Alberti

S23

Urban Ecology V

Tuesday, July 7

8:55 AM - 9:15 AM

Marina

CO-03

Climate Change IV

Biocultural Landscape Diversity:


Building Bridges from Global
Urban Landscape Ecology: Global
Perspectives; Chunyang He
Innovations in Landscape Planning:
Exploring Novel Approaches and
Case Study Application of
Landscape Ecological Thinking to
Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support
Innovations in Landscape Planning:
Exploring Novel Approaches and
Innovations in Landscape Planning:
Exploring Novel Approaches and
Innovations in Landscape Planning:
Exploring Novel Approaches and
Innovations in Landscape Planning:
Exploring Novel Approaches and
Innovations in Landscape Planning:
Exploring Novel Approaches and
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows
and Demands in and Between
Ecosystem Services in Land Use
Planning and Land Use Policy: How
Urban Landscape Ecology: Global
Perspectives; Chunyang He
Building Regional Sustainability in
Urban Agglomerations: The History,

Andrzej Affek*, Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization PAS; Anna Kowalska, Institute of Geography
and Spatial Organization PAS
Cultural heritage recorded in the relief of the landscape abandoned by people Andrzej Affek, Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization Polish Academy of Sciences
old shapes, new functions
Forests and Biocultural Landscapes: The Case of Europe
Mauro Agnoletti *, Antonio Santoro Laboratory for Landscape and Cultural Heritage, GESAAF, University
of Florence
Food Quality and Landscape Quality as a Tool to Valorize Historical
Mauro Agnoletti*, Antonio Santoro, Martina Tredici University of Florence, Laboratory for Landscape and
Landscapes and Biocultural Diversity
Cultural Heritage
Planning and design for novel nature to support urban resilience
Jack Ahern* University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA

Monday, July 6, 2015

11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

Thomas

P01

Poster: Connectivity

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

S22

Agrarian Landscapes III

Tuesday, July 7

CO-29

Grassland Ecology

Thursday, July 9, 2015

CO-01

Agrarian Landscapes IV

P21

Poster: Methods: Geospatial

S31

Climate Change III

S38

Disturbance Ecology II

CO-23

Forest Ecology IV

P01

Poster: Connectivity

S11

Land Use Change II

S04

Climate Change I

S39

Ecosystem Services III

S04

Climate Change I

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

S41

Coastal Landscapes I

P24

Poster: Landscape Planning

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

S22

Agrarian Landscapes III

S25
S14

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity V
Biocultural Landscapes I

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

S22

Agrarian Landscapes III

Biodiversity Management in
Agricultural Landscapes: The

Date

Time Assigned

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

2:45 PM - 3:15 PM
3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

10:20 AM - 10:35 AM

Synthesis and Next Steps

AUTHOR(S) AND AFFILIATION(S):


Iskandar Abdullaev, Executive Director, Regional Environmental Center for Central Asia (CAREC)
Yaser Abunnasr*, Department of Landscape Design and Ecosystem Management, American University of
Beirut
Aaron Adamack*, Bernd Gruber, Stephen Sarre Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra;
Oliver Berry, CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Flagship
Selase Adanu, Centre for Remote sensing and Geographic Information Services, University of Ghana
Mensah Foster, Centre for Remote sensing and Geographic Information Services, University of Ghana
Olumuyiwa Adegun*, University of the Witwatersrand

Felicia Akinyemi (1) and Henry N. N. Bulley (2) 1 - Dr. Felicia Akinyemi Associate Professor
Environmental Science (Climatology/GIS & Remote Sensing) Department of Earth and Environmental
Christian Albert*, Leibniz Universitt Hannover & Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research UFZ; Vivek
Shandas, Portland State University; Wei-Ning Xiang, University of North Carolina at Charlotte & East China
Christian Albert*, Leibniz Universitt Hannover & Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research UFZ; Vivek
Shandas, Portland State University; Wei-Ning Xiang, University of North Carolina at Charlotte & East China
Christian Albert*, Leibniz Universitt Hannover & Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research UFZ; Vivek
Shandas, Portland State University; Wei-Ning Xiang, University of North Carolina at Charlotte & East China
Christian Albert*, Leibniz Universitt Hannover & Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research UFZ; Vivek
Shandas, Portland State University; Wei-Ning Xiang, University of North Carolina at Charlotte & East China
Christian Albert, Leibniz Universitt Hannover & Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ; Carolin
Galler, Leibniz Universitt Hannover; Johannes Hermes, Leibniz Universitt Hannover; Felix Neuendorf,
Christian Albert, Leibniz Universitt Hannover & Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research UFZ;
Christina von Haaren, Leibniz Universitt Hannover; Frank Othengrafen, Leibniz Universitt Hannover;
Marina Alberti, Urban Design and Planning, University of Washington

Alberti

Germany Emerging trends and research priorities in landscape planning: some


hypotheses
Germany Applying Ecosystem Services in Landscape Planning: An Adapted
Framework, Case Study and Implications
Germany Scale issues in planning and policy for ecosystem services: an analytical
framework and application in the case of bioenergy trade-offs
US
Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics in Urban Landscapes: Emerging Hypotheses and
Research Strategies
USA
Critical Transitions, Resilience, and Innovation in Hybrid Ecosystems

Albright

UAS

Audrey

Alignier

France

11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

Audrey

Alignier

France

Thomas Albright, University of Nevada, Reno *; Sonia Heckler, University of Nevada, Reno;Denis Mutiibwa,
University of Nevada, Reno
Audrey Alignier*, INRA UR 0980 SAD-Paysage; Sandrine Petit, INRA UMR 1347 Agrocologie; David A.
Bohan, INRA UMR 1347 Agrocologie
Audrey Alignier*, INRA UR 0980 SAD-Paysage

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Ginger

Allington

USA

Monday, July 6, 2015

10:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Peter

Andersen

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Margaret

Andrew

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Daniel

Anstett

Denmark Developing a GIS based model of changes in land use and Nitrogen flows an interactive model for stakeholder involvement and decision-making
Australia Modelling species distributions in dynamic landscapes: the importance of the
temporal dimension
Canada Latitudinal variation in herbivory and defence in common evening primrose

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Nria

Aquilu

Canada

Climate Change and Biotic


Thursday, July 9
Interactions: Linking Theory, Data
Opportunities and constraints in the Wednesday, July 8
restoration and management of
Thursday, July 9, 2015

9:50 AM - 10:05 AM

Luis

Arias

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

JULIA

ARIEIRA

Modeling Drivers and


Consequences of Land Change:
Keeping Pace with Climate
Change: Resilience in Coastal
Interfaces Between Landscape
Structure and Ecosystems
Keeping Pace with Climate
Change: Resilience in Coastal
Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support
Coastal Wetland Functions and
Responses to Landscape Change:

Monday, July 6

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

Eugenio

Arima

Monday, July 6

2:05 PM - 2:20 PM

Ivan

Arismendi

Wednesday, July 8

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Natalia

Aristizbal

Monday, July 6

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Katie

Arkema

Wednesday, July 8

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM

Oludunsin

Arodudu

Thursday, July 9

9:20 AM - 9:35 AM

Takashi

Asaeda

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Wednesday, July 8

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

David
Anokye
Joel

Asamoah

Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support
Biodiversity Management in
Agricultural Landscapes: The
Connecting the Landscape to the
Soundscape: State of the Art and
Bridging Cultural Landscapes and
Landscape Ecology; Tobias

Tuesday, July 7

11:15 AM - 11:30 AM

Stphanie

Aviron

Tuesday, July 7

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Anne

Axel

Monday, July 6

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Akomian

Azihou

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Matthew

Baber

Biodiversity Management in
Agricultural Landscapes: The

Tuesday, July 7

9:00 AM - 9:20 AM

Aliette

Baillod

Asiedu

Plants as thermal refugia for desert birds: Evaporative water loss and high
temperature extremes
Does landscape diversity influence species fitness in farmland plants?
Crop mosaic composition and configuration differentially affect vegetation
diversity in farmland
Modeling system dynamics in rangelands of the Mongolian Plateau

Transforming the EU Mediterranean landscape matrix: reversing rural


abandonment to reinforce large scale resistance to wildfires
Mexico
Demographic analysis of Agave angustifolia (Agavaceae) with an emphasis
on ecological restoration
BRAZIL Integrating Landscape Metrics to Understand and Map Fragmentation in a
Brazilian Watershed
USA
Process-based models are necessary when pattern matters: the case of
Amazonian deforestation.
USA
Beyond the mean: understanding potential climate-related impacts of
changing natural fluctuations of environmental regimes on trout populations
Brazil
The Effects of Forest Cover on Ecosystem Services Provided by Predatory
Ants in Coffee Farms
USA
Nature's shield: coastal habitats protect people and property from sea-level
rise and storms
Germany Applying HANPP for sustainability asessment of agro-bioenergy ecosystem
services
Japan
Secondary succession trends of mangrove species in planted R. stylosa
forest
Ghana
Use of treated wastewater for the development of dryland- possible hazards
Germany Landscape Architecture a Catalyser for Sustainable Development: A Case
Study of Greater Accra Metropolitan area, Ghana
France
Contribution of annual crops vs. semi-natural habitats to landscape
connectivity for different types of carabid beetles communities.
United
Linking soundscape to forest structure in a human-dominated tropical dry
States
forest in southern Madagascar
Benin
Participatory approach to biodiversity conservation in rural poor communities:
challenges and opportunities in tropical landscapes
USA
Urban Heat Island Effects on Anuran Breeding Activity in the Charlotte
Metropolitan Region
Germany Relative importance of landscape heterogeneity, crop identity and seminatural field margins on functional diversity of rove beetles (Staphylinidae)

Marina Alberti, Professor, Department of Urban Design and Planning, University of Washington

Ginger R.H. Allington*, School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan; Wei Li, Peking
University; Daniel G. Brown, University of Michigan
Peter Stubkjr Andersen*; Andreas Aagaard Christensen; Hlne Draux; Henrik Vejre; All: Department of
Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Margaret E. Andrew*, Murdoch University; Elizabeth Fox, BirdLife Australia
Daniel N. Anstett*, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto; Jeff R. Ahern,
Laboratory of Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Department of Chemistry, University of Turku,
Nria Aquilu, Centre dtude de la Fort, Universit du Qubec Montral; Marie-Jose Fortin, Department
of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto; Christian Messier, Universit du Qubec en
Luis Antonio Arias-Medelln & National Autonomous University of Mexico; Consuelo Bonfil & National
Autonomous University of Mexico; Teresa Valverde & National Autonomous University of Mexico
Julia Arieira*, Universidade de Cuiab; Luciana Estevam, The Nature Conservancy-Brazil
Eugenio Arima, Department of Geography and the Environment, The University of Texas at Austin
Ivan Arismendi * Oregon State University, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife; Brooke E. Penaluna USDA
Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station
Natalia Aristizbal*, Universidade de So Paulo; Jean Paul Metzger, Universidade de So Paulo
Katie Arkema, Gregory Verutes, Greg Guannel, Jess Silver The Natural Capital Project Stanford University
Oludunsin Arodudu*,Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF), Mncheberg, Germany &
Potsdam University, Institute of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Potsdam-Golm, Germany; Katharina
Takashi Asaeda*, Saitama University; Abner Barnuevo, KP Group Philippines; Kelum Sanjaya, Saitama
University
Owusu Kwaku, Ampa Resource Foundation Ghana, Joseph Okyere Dry land Development Center Egypt
Joel K Asiedu*, PhD Student. Dept of Landscape Architecture and Regional Open Space. Faculty of
Architecture. Technische Universitat Muenchen. Germany
Stphanie Aviron*, INRA SAD-Paysage; Sylvain Poggi, INRA UMR 1349 IGEPP; Nicolas Parisey, INRA UMR
1349 IGEPP; Rmi Duflot, INRA SAD-Paysage & UMR Ecobio; Hugues Boussard, INRA SAD-Paysage;
Anne C. Axel*, Marshall University; Lyndsay Rankin, Northern Illinois University
Akomian Fortun Azihou, Laboratory of Applied Ecology, University of Abomey-Calavi, Benin; Ronald
Bellefontaine, CIRAD-Bios, UMR 1334 AGAP, F-34398 Montpellier Cdex 5, France; Rosie Trevelyan,
Matthew S. Baber*, Matthew D. Eastin, Sara A. Gagn Department of Geography & Earth Sciences, UNC
Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Aliette Baillod, Pter Batry, Yann Clough, Teja Tscharntke Agroecology Georg-August University

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

S05

Methods: Computation I

S46
CO-01

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Agrarian Landscapes IV

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

P22

Poster: Habitat

CO-16

Landscape Planning III

S39

Ecosystem Services III

S46
CO-27

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Fire Ecology

CO-18

Agrarian Landscapes V

P01

Poster: Connectivity

S40

Urban Ecology VI

S17

Land Use Change IV

P22

Poster: Habitat

S40

Urban Ecology VI

S37

Land Use Change VI

CO-04

Land Use Change III

CO-03

Climate Change IV

S18

Coupled Human Natural


Systems II
Agrarian Landscapes III

S22
S46
S33

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Special Topic

S22

Agrarian Landscapes III

CO-03

Climate Change IV

P03
S14

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services
Biocultural Landscapes I

CO-28

Ecosystem Services VI

S28

Forest Ecology II

S15

Connectivity I

S34

S41

Coupled Human Natural


Systems IV
Popluation, Genetics, and
Biodiversity III
Population, Genetics, and
Biodiversity V
Coastal Landscapes I

S29

Land Use Change V

S46

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Coupled Human Natural
Systems I
Population, Genetics, and
Biodiversity VII
Ecosystem Services III

CO-10
S25

S02
CO-20
S39
CO-06
S33

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity II
Special Topic

P01

Poster: Connectivity

S31

Climate Change III

S57

Climate Change II

S29

Land Use Change V

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

S46

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII

Research Priorities in
Monday, July 6
Computational Landscape Ecology;
Landscape Genetics Across Space Thursday, July 9
and Time: Contributions of
Monday, July 6, 2015

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

David

Baker

USA

9:20 AM - 9:30 AM

Niko

Balkenhol

Germany Landscape genetics for landscape ecology - setting the stage

Niko Balkenhol, Department of Wildlife Sciences, Georg-August-University Goettingen, Germany

11:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Yazidhi

Bamutaze

uganda

Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support

Wednesday, July 8

10:25 AM - 10:45 AM

Yazidhi

Bamutaze

Uganda

Yazidhi Bamutaze, Makerere university; Hosea Opedes, Makerere University; Bernd Diekrugger, University of
Bonn
Yazidhi Bamutaze*, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda Wilber Wejuli, MONUSCO, GOMA, DRC

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Sheel

Bansal

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Wednesday, July 8

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Yuyang

Bao

United
States
China

Dynamics of soil erosion under varied landuse/cover in Rwizi catchment,


Lake Victoria Basin: Implications on landscape and livelihood resilience
Magnitude and spatial structure of hillslope soil erosion on Mt. Elgon in
Uganda
Finding Plants Adapted to Multiple Climate Extremes: Using Genecology and
Ecophysiology to Identify Drought Resistant and Cold Hardy Populations of
Exploring the pattern of residential environment characteristics in Beijing

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Jomar

Barbosa

US

Influence of landscape structure on the carbon stock of tropical forests

Jomar Magalhaes Barbosa*, Carnegie Institution for Science

4:45 PM - 5:00 PM

Larissa

Barreto

Brasil

4:50 PM - 5:05 PM

Ana

Barros

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Olaf

Bastian

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Kathryn

Battle

Landscapes and Health: Exploring


the Impact of Landscapes on
Drivers and Outcomes of Regime
Shifts in Land-Use Systems; Van

Wednesday, July 8

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Nicole

Bauer

Tuesday, July 7

9:00 AM - 9:20 AM

Matthias

Baumann

Switzerla
nd
Germany

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Mahsa

Bazrafshan

Iran

Landscapes and Health: Exploring


the Impact of Landscapes on
Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,
Limits and Implications for

Wednesday, July 8

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Daniel

Becker

Wednesday, July 8

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Martin

Behnisch

United
States
Germany

Monday, July 6, 2015

10:45 AM - 11:00 AM

David

Bell

USA

Monday, July 6, 2015

11:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Andrew

Bennett

Australia

Tuesday, July 7

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Elena

Bennett

CANADA

Tuesday, July 7

8:40 AM - 9:00 AM

Colette

Bertrand

France

Thursday, July 9

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Philip

Bertrand

Canada

Wednesday, July 8

2:00 PM- 2:20 PM

Brandon

Bestelmeyer

USA

Tuesday, July 7

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Julie

Betbeder

France

Monday, July 6, 2015

11:15 AM - 11:30 AM

Matthew

Betts

USA

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Zhenxing

Bian

Monday, July 6

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Claudia

Bieling

P.R.Chin
a
Germany

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Edyane Moraes dos SANTOS1, Milton Cezar RIBEIRO2, Larissa BARRETO1*, John Wesley RIBEIRO2;
Juliana Silveira dos SANTOS2, Carolina CARVALHO2 1.Universidade Federal do Maranho; Departamento
Ana M.G. Barros* , Oregon State University, College of Forestry; Alan A. Ager, USDA Forest Service, Pacific
Northwest Research Station, Western Wildland Environmental Threat Assessment Center; Michelle Day,
Olaf Bastian, Nature Conservation Authority; Karsten Grunewald*, Ralf-Uwe Syrbe, Ulrich Walz LeibnizInstitute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER)
Local- and Landscape-Level Drivers of Avian Community Assemblages in
Kathryn Battle, North Carolina Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Department of Applied Ecology,
Subtropical Forested and Agricultural Habitats
North Carolina State University; Krishna Pacifici, Department of Applied Ecology, North Carolina State
How can natural environments contribute to restoration and what kind of
Nicole Bauer*, Economics and Social Sciences, Social Sciences in Landscape Research, Swiss Federal
natural environment is best suited to foster restoration and well-being?
Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, Birmensdorf, Switzerland; Drte Martens,
Warfare as a(nother) trigger for regime shifts in land-use systems: The Case Matthias Baumann*, Humboldt-University Berlin; Volker C. Radeloff, University of Wisconsin-Madison;
of Nagorno-Karabakh
Vahagn Avedian, Lund University; Tobias Kuemmerle, Humboldt-University Berlin
Sustainable development provided by landscape identity approach In world Mahsa Bazrafshan*, Environmental designer; Alireza Mikaeili Tabrizi, Landscape Architect.
natural heritage; Sourt springs, Iran
Impact of human-provided food resources on infectious disease dynamics
Daniel Becker*, Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia; Richard Hall, Odum School of Ecology &
College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia Daniel Streicker, Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health,
Towards an understanding of land consumption in Germany
Marco Schwarzak*, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER); Dr. Martin
Behnisch, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER), Prof. Dr. Alfred Ultsch,
Impacts of imputation uncertainty and scaling on the estimation of forest
David M Bell, USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station; Matthew J. Gregory, Oregon State
attributes in a western Oregon, USA landscape
University; Heather M. Roberts, Oregon State University; Janet L Ohmann, Oregon State University
Landscape properties influence the resistance, resilience and stability of
Dale G. Nimmo, Deakin University; Angie Haslem, La Trobe University; James Q Radford, Bush Heritage
avifaunal communities during climatic extremes
Australia; *Andrew F Bennett, La Trobe University.
Future directions: Research priorities for landscape management of
Elena M Bennett, McGill University; Wolfgang Cramer, Institut Mditerranen de Biodiversit et dEcologie
ecosystem services and biodiversity
Marine et Continentale (IMBE)
Effects of amount of semi-natural habitats and crop mosaic heterogeneity on Colette Bertrand *, INRA SAD-Paysage Rennes France ; Romain Georges, CNRS Ecobio Rennes France ;
generalist predators communities (Araenae and Carabidae) and biological
Franoise Burel, CNRS Ecobio Rennes France ; Jacques Baudry, INRA SAD-Paysage Rennes France
Detecting Sex-Biased Dispersal through Network Topologies
Philip Bertrand*, Trent University; Jeff Bowman, Trent University; Rodney Dyer, Virginia Commonwealth
University; Paul Wilson, Trent University; Micheline Manseau, University of Manitoba & Parks Canada
Spatial scaling concepts as applied to the assessment and restoration of
Brandon Bestelmeyer, USDA-ARS Jornada Experimental Range
drylands
Assessing ecological interactions within the crop mosaic using optical and
Julie Betbeder ; LETG Rennes COSTEL, Rennes, France* Hubert-Moy Laurence; LETG Rennes COSTEL,
SAR imagery
Rennes, France Burel Franoise ; CNRS Ecobio, Rennes, France Corgne Samuel ; LETG Rennes
Synergistic effects of climate and land-cover on 30-year bird population
Matthew G. Betts* Dept. of Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University, USA; Yang, Z., Dept. of
trends of the northwestern USA
Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University, USA ; Gutirrez Illn, J., Dept. of Forest
Research on Cooperative Relation of Non-agricultural Habitats and Soil
Bian Zhenxing*,College of Land and Environment, Shenyang Agricultural University; Yu Miao*,College of
Animals in Suburban Farmland Landscape
Sciences, Shenyang Agricultural University; Wang Qiubing,College of Land and Environment, Shenyang
Approaches for (re-)coupling socio-cultural and ecological landscape
Claudia Bieling*, University of Freiburg / University of Hohenheim; Mara Garca Martn, University of Freiburg
domains: Examples from Europe
Recreational Value Assessment and Spatial Differentiation of the Jiuzhaigou Bing Zhenhua, Ecosystem Service; Gao Jun*,Ecotourism Management
Landscape
Determinants of conifer distributions across peatland to forest gradients in
Sarah Bisbing*, California Polytechnic State University, David Cooper, Colorado State University, David
the coastal temperate rainforest of southeast Alaska
D'Amore, USDA Pacific Northwest Research Station, and Kristin Marshall, University of Washington
The influence of surface water network structure, landscape resistance-toRobbi Bishop-Taylor*, Centre for Ecosystem Science, School of BEES, UNSW Australia; Mirela G Tulbure,
movement and flooding on ecological connectivity across Australias largest Centre for Ecosystem Science, School of BEES, UNSW Australia; Mark Broich, Centre for Ecosystem
Modelling adaptation strategies for Swedish forestry under climate and global Victor Blanco*, University of Edinburgh; Calum Brown, University of Edinburgh; Gregor Vulturius, Stockholm
change - An agent-based approach
Environment Institute; Mats Lindeskog, Lund University; Fredrik Lagergren, Lund University; Mark Rounsevell,
The importance of habitat heterogeneity in understanding the effect of forest Lauren H Blyth*, School of Environment and Natural Resources, The Ohio State University; Todd S
management practices on salamanders.
Hutchinson, USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station; Stephen N. Matthews, School of Environment
Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Waterfowl Activities within an Intensively
Christopher W. Bobryk*, University of Missouri Department of Plant Sciences; Andy Raedeke, Missouri
Managed Wetland Complex
Department of Conservation; Doreen Mengel, Missouri Department of Conservation; Christine Rega,
Anthropogenic effects in landscapes: concepts and analysis
Jan Bogaert*, University of Liege - Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech; Marie Andr, University of Liege - Gembloux
Agro-Bio Tech; Isabelle Vranken, University of Liege - Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech
Future renewable energy opportunities: case Switzerland
Nica Huber, WSL; Rico Hergert, WSL; Bronwyn Price, WSL; Christian Zch, WSL; Marco Ptz, WSL; Felix
Kienast, WSL; Janine Bolliger*, WSL
Landscape genetics: opportunities and challenges for conservation
Janine Bolliger, WSL

Interfaces Between Landscape


Structure and Ecosystems
Landscape Genetics Across Space Thursday, July 9
and Time: Contributions of
Thursday, July 9, 2015

Meeting the Challenge of


Landscape Sustainability:
Biodiversity Management in
Agricultural Landscapes: The
Landscape Genetics Across Space
and Time: Contributions of
John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial
Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Biodiversity Management in
Agricultural Landscapes: The

Bridging Cultural Landscapes and


Landscape Ecology; Tobias

A new method for estimating atmospheric trace gas fluxes at high resolution

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Sheel Bansal*, USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station; J. Bradley St. Clair, USDA Forest
Service Pacific Northwest Research Station; Constance A. Harrington, USDA Forest Service Pacific
Yuyang Bao*, Beijing Normal University; Ganlin Huang*, Beijing Normal University.

Structuring and genetic diversity of Euterpe oleracea, a keystone species


within gallery forests of Mearim Basin, Maranho Amazon, Brazil.
US
Towards a tipping point for fuel management: implications for forest
restoration and wildfire dynamics in a multi-ownership landscape.
Germany The concept of landscape services and its practical relevance

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Zhenhua

Bing

China

Emerging Temperate Rainforest


Tuesday, July 7
Dynamics: Comparing Expected
Landscape Connectivity and Its
Monday, July 6
Implications for Conservation
Socio-ecological System Modelling Thursday, July 9
in Support of Adaptation of the
Monday, July 6, 2015

10:20 AM - 10:30 AM

Sarah

Bisbing

USA

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Robbi

Bishop-Taylor Australia

10:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Victor

Blanco

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Lauren

Blyth

United
Kingdom
USA

Connecting the Landscape to the


Soundscape: State of the Art and
Coastal Wetland Functions and
Responses to Landscape Change:
Landscapes of the Future:
Modelling Land Cover Change and
Landscape Genetics Across Space
and Time: Contributions of
Cross-Boundary, Cross-Scale
Understanding of Social-Ecological

Tuesday, July 7

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Christopher

Bobryk

USA

Thursday, July 9

11:35 AM - 11:50 AM

Jan

Bogaert

Belgium

Wednesday, July 8

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Janine

Bolliger

Thursday, July 9

5:00 PM - 5:10 PM

Janine

Bolliger

Monday, July 6

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Christopher

Bone

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Wednesday, July 8

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Rachel

Bormann

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Danilo

Boscolo

Monday, July 6, 2015

11:15 AM - 11:30 AM

Anushika

Bose

John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial Wednesday, July 8


Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Monday, July 6

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Jonathan

Bossenbroek

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Michelle

Bouchard

Climate Change and Biotic


Interactions: Linking Theory, Data
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and
Landscapes of the Future:
Modelling Land Cover Change and
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows
and Demands in and Between
Landscape Genetics Across Space
and Time: Contributions of

Thursday, July 9

11:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Isabelle

Boulangeat

Wednesday, July 8

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Yan

Boulanger

Wednesday, July 8

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Jeremy

Bourgoin

Thursday, July 9

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Kremena

Boyanova

Thursday, July 9

11:50 AM - 12:10 PM

Gideon

Bradburd

Switzerla
nd
Switzerla
nd
United
The Unintentional Consequences of Forest Policies on Disturbance Regimes
States
U.S.
Modeling gopher tortoise habitat in Georgia and analyzing the role of private
landowners in tortoise conservation
Brazil
Environmental heterogeneity and the enhancement of pollination services in
agricultural landscapes
Germany Factors Promoting Avian Mortality at Wind Turbine Structures: Insights From
Long-Term Avian Mortality Data in the Federal State of Brandenburg,
United
Scaling issues in predicting the spread of aquatic nuisance species.
States
United
How well does the USDAs Cropland Data Layer capture undisturbed lands?
States
Canada How herbivores and their two-way interactions with the vegetation mediate
the transitions between biomes
Canada Modelling the effects of climate change on forest landscapes in Canada: new
national tools for spatially explicit process-based models
Senegal Shaping the future of cultural landscapes through participatory simulations. A
case study in Senegal
Bulgaria Quantification of ecosystem services in the Upper Santa Cruz Watershed,
Arizona, USA
United
A Spatial Framework for Understanding Population Structure and Admixture
States

Interfaces Between Landscape


Structure and Ecosystems

David Baker, CIRA/Colorado State University

Christopher Bone*, Department of Geography, University of Oregon; Cassandra Moseley, Institute for a
Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon
Rachel Bormann*, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, The University of Georgia; Jeffrey
Hepinstall-Cymerman, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, The University of Georgia; Laura
Danilo Boscolo*, University of So Paulo - USP
Anushika Bose*, UFZ Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research: Department of Conservation Biology;
Klaus Henle, UFZ Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research: Department of Conservation Biology;
Jonathan Bossenbroek*, University of Toledo
Michelle A. Bouchard*, South Dakota State University, Carol A. Johnston, South Dakota State University
Isabelle Boulangeat*, Universit du Qubec Rimouski; Matthieu Leblond, Universit Laval; Tanguy
Daufresne, INRA; Dominique Gravel, Universit du Qubec Rimouski
Yan Boulanger*, Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Laurentian Forestry Centre; Dominic
Cyr, Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Laurentian Forestry Centre; Anthony Taylor,
Jeremy Bourgoin*, Patrick d'Aquino - Centre de Coopration Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour
le Dveloppement (CIRAD), Institut Sngalais de Recherche Agricole (ISRA); Alassane Bah, UCAD,
Kremena Boyanova*, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, National Institute of Geodesy, Geophysics and
Geography, Sofia, Bulgaria; Rewati Niraula, University of Arizona, Department of Hydrology and Water
Gideon Bradburd*, UC Davis; Peter Ralph, USC; Graham Coop, UC Davis

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

S43

Land Use Change VIII

CO-20

S17

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Coupled Human Natural
Systems V
Land Use Change IV

P01

Poster: Connectivity

S11

Land Use Change II

S04

Climate Change I

S11

Land Use Change II

S11

Land Use Change II

S14

Biocultural Landscapes I

S36

Landscape Planning II

P23

Poster: Hydrology

S57

Climate Change II

P22

Poster: Habitat

S30
S48

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VI
Methods: Geospatial II

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

S52

Ecosystem Services V

S06

Ecosystem Services I

S28

Forest Ecology II

S28

Forest Ecology II

P03
P02

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services
Poster: Urban Ecology

CO-15

Land Use Change VII

CO-06

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity II
Biocultural Landscapes I

S49

S14
S30

Performance of Models that


Simulate Change Through Space

Thursday, July 9

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Andrew

Bradley

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Thursday, July 9

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Corey

Bradshaw

Food & Forests: Linking Food


Security, Livelihoods and Ecological
Drivers and Outcomes of Regime Tuesday, July 7
Shifts in Land-Use Systems; Van
Monday, July 6

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Ana Claudia Braga

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Jodi

Brandt

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Evan

Bredeweg

Modeling Drivers and


Consequences of Land Change:
Keeping Pace with Climate
Change: Resilience in Coastal
Modeling Drivers and
Consequences of Land Change:
Modeling Drivers and
Consequences of Land Change:
Bridging Cultural Landscapes and
Landscape Ecology; Tobias
Case Study Application of
Landscape Ecological Thinking to

Monday, July 6

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Mark

Broich

Monday, July 6

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Laura

Brophy

Monday, July 6

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

Calum

Brown

Exploiting model underperformance to understand the impacts of policy


intervention on land cover change
Australia Spatial pattern of Eurasian woolly mammoth extinctions during the Late
Pleistocene based on statistical inference from fossil records
Brazil
Diverse strategies of oil palm plantations expansion in eastern Amazon
(Brazil): impacts on food sovereignty and landscape dynamics
USA
Are institutions in place to prevent climate-induced invasive species
expansion in the Great Lakes? Stewarding coastal wetland systems on
United
Over the river and through the woods: Comparing movement traits that
States
influence dispersal ability amphibians across landscapes.
Australia Response of Riparian Vegetation in Australias largest River Basin to Inter
and Intra-Annual Flooding: A Data-Driven Quantification Using Landsat and
United
Of time and tides: Climate change impacts to Pacific Northwest tidal wetlands
States
UK
The need for process-based models of land use change at large scales

Monday, July 6

4:45 PM - 5:00 PM

Calum

Brown

UK

Monday, July 6

2:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Greg

Brown

Wednesday, July 8

10:10 AM - 10:40 AM

Isaac

Brown

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Zhao-Jun

Bu

Modeling Forest Landscapes in a


Changing ClimateTheory and

Wednesday, July 8

9:35 AM - 9:50 AM

Harald

Bugmann

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Rob

Bugter

Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of


Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support
Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support
Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support
Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support
Ecosystem Services in Land Use
Planning and Land Use Policy: How
Operationalizing the Ecosystem
Services Concept: Building a
Emerging Temperate Rainforest
Dynamics: Comparing Expected
Emerging Temperate Rainforest
Dynamics: Comparing Expected

Wednesday, July 8

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Elena

Bukvareva

Wednesday, July 8

1:40 PM - 1:45 PM

Henry

Bulley

Wednesday, July 8

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Henry

Bulley

Wednesday, July 8

4:20 PM - 4:40 PM

Henry

Bulley

Wednesday, July 8

9:20 AM - 9:25 AM

Henry

Bulley

Thursday, July 9

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

Henry

Bulley

Monday, July 6

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Craig

Bullock

Australia The relationship between social values for ecosystem services and land
cover/land use in Norway
United
Application of Landscape Ecology Design Metrics in Urban Green
States
Infrastructure Planning: San Francisco, CA Case Study
P.R.Chin Competitive advantage of Sphagnum fallax : Implications for vegetation
a
succession in peatland landscapes
Switzerla The Forest Landscape Model LandClim: State of Affairs, Success Stories
nd
and Challenges
The
Implementing biodiversity protection measures at the landscape scale: why
Netherlan non-instrumental arguments should not be neglected
Russia
The principle of optimum biodiversity as a theoretical approach to the
assessment of biodiversity and ecosystem services in the landscape
Part II: Bridging gap between landscape assessment and strategic
planning/application; Introductions: Outline of the session and expectations
Part I Closing Discussion: Ensuring consistency and compatibility among
different scales to monitor land use dynamics to mitigate "leakage" effects (
Part II Closing Discussion: Best practices and strategies for integrating
geospatial techniques into environmental planning across multiple scales
USA
Part I: Using geospatial techniques to characterize landscape dynamics
across multiple spatial scales; Introductions: Outline of the session and
USA
Assessing peri-urban growth and how they influence provisioning for
watershed ecosystem services for major metropolitan areas
Ireland
Practical applications of socio-cultural valuation to spatial planning policy

Tuesday, July 7

11:05 AM - 12:00 PM

Brian

Buma

Tuesday, July 7

9:35 AM - 9:45 AM

Brian

Buma

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

KHUN

BUNNATH

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Mary

Burak

United
States
Cambodi
a
U.S.A

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6, 2015

11:35 AM - 11:50 AM

Theresa

Burcsu

USA

8:40 AM - 8:55 AM

Franoise

Burel

France

Monday, July 6

1:45 PM - 2:00 PM

Matthias

Brgi

Wednesday, July 8

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Benjamin

Burkhard

Switzerla
nd
Germany

Thursday, July 9

11:10 AM - 11:30 AM

Benjamin

Burkhard

Germany

Thursday, July 9

4:50 PM - 5:20 PM

Benjamin

Burkhard

Thursday, July 9

9:20 AM - 9:30 AM

Benjamin

Burkhard

Symposium Introduction

Benjamin Burkhard*, Marion Kruse, Felix Mller; Kiel University

Monday, July 6

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Lisa

Buse

Canada

Emulating natural forest disturbances in landscape management in Canada

Lisa J. Buse* and Ajith H. Perera, Ontario Forest Research Institute, Canada

Monday, July 6

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Peter

Buston

USA

Tuesday, July 7

8:40 AM - 9:00 AM

Van

Butsic

Cassidy D'Aloia, Boston University; Steve Bogdanowicz, Cornell University; Robin Francis, University of
California at Santa Barbara; John Majoris, Boston University; Rick Harrison, Cornell University; Pete Buston*,
Van Butsic, University of California Berkeley

Monday, July 6, 2015

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Fangfang

Cai

United
States
China

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Thomas

Campagnaro

Italia

Thursday, July 9

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Thomas

Campagnaro

Italy

Thursday, July 9, 2015

2:25 PM - 2:40 PM

Cara

Campbell

USA

Thursday, July 9, 2015

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Kaitlin

Campbell

USA

Landscape Conservation Design:


Thursday, July 9
Applications and Lessons Learned;
Landscape Conservation Design:
Thursday, July 9
Applications and Lessons Learned;
The Landscapes Metabolism:
Monday, July 6
Interweaving the Landscape
Thursday, July 9, 2015

3:20 PM - 5:20 PM

Robert

Campellone

9:30 AM - 9:50 AM

Robert

Campellone

4:40 PM - 5:00 PM

Claudia

Canedoli

United
States
United
States
Italy

Toward a complete dispersal kernel for a coral reef fish: demographic


patterns, evolutionary consequences, and conservation implications
From trees to buds - the explosive growth of marijuana agriculture in
Northern California.
Landscape patterns of Jiangsu coast under the coastline evolution since
Song Dynasty
Alien tree species invading European landscapes: the case of black locust in
north-eastern Italy
Planning for landscape connectivity: the prioritised action frameworks for
Natura 2000 in the European Alps
Development of a spatially explicit, multi-stakeholder tool to assess
ecosystem services
Ant biodiversity of conservation grasslands is regulated by processes at
multiple temporal and spatial scales
World Cafe: Landscape Conservation Design, Lessons Learned and
Looking Forward
Landscape Conservation Design: Conserving Sustainable Landscapes by
Design
Milan Urban Region and urban sprawl

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

C. Alina

Cansler

USA

Influence of Fire and Postfire Succession in Alpine Treeline Ecotones


Downscaling numerical simulation of the impact of landscape change on
regional climatic elements
BULC: Bayesian Updating of Land-Cover Classifications for Landscape
Ecology Studies

Bridging Cultural Landscapes and


Landscape Ecology; Tobias
Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of
Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows
and Demands in and Between
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows
and Demands in and Between
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows
and Demands in and Between
Applications in Forest Landscape
Ecology: Evolution, Progress and
Waterscape Genetics: New
Perspectives on Connectivity in
Drivers and Outcomes of Regime
Shifts in Land-Use Systems; Van

UK

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Ana Claudia Rocha Braga*, Center for Environmental Study and Research State University of Campinas;
Alexandre Camargo Martensen, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto; Clia
Jodi S. Brandt, Dartmouth College
Evan M Bredeweg*, Oregon State University; Tiffany Garcia, Oregon State University; Anita Morzillo,
University of Connecticut
M. Broich, *, M.G. Tulbure, R. Kingsford, R. Lucas, D. Keith School of Biological, Earth and Environmental
Science, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Laura Brophy*, Estuary Technical Group, Institute for Applied Ecology
Calum Brown*, University of Edinburgh; Sascha Holzhauer, University of Edinburgh, Jasper van Vliet, Vrije
Universiteit Amsterdam; Peter Verburg, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; Mark Rounsevell, University of
Dr. Vera Hausner, Arctic University of Norway
Isaac Brown, New Ecology Associates
Jin-Ze Ma, Zhao-Jun Bu*, Xing-Xing Zheng, Jia-Li Ge and Sheng-Zhong Wang
Institute for Peat and Mire Research, Northeast Normal University, State Environmental Protection Key
Harald Bugmann*, Forest Ecology ETH Zurich; Laura Schuler, Forest Ecology ETH Zurich; Timothy
Thrippleton, Forest Ecology ETH Zurich; Rebecca Snell, Forest Ecology ETH Zurich, Forest Ecology ETH
Rob Bugter*; BESAFE partners *Alterra, part of Wageningen University and Research
Bukvareva Elena, A.N. Severtsov Institute of ecology and evolution Russian academy of sciences,
Biodiversity Conservation Center, Moscow
Henry N. N. Bulley, Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York
Moderator Henry Bulley
Discussant - Felicia Akinyemi (Botswana International University of Science and Technology, Botswana)
Moderator Henry Bulley; Discussants - Christine Frst (Center for Development Research, University of
Bonn, Germany)Shuaib Lwasa (Makerere University, Uganda)
Henry N. N. Bulley, Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York
Henry N. N. Bulley, Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York

Craig Bullock *, Deirdre Joyce, Marcus Collier University College Dublin, Ireland, School of Architecture,
Planning and Environmental Policy
Brian Buma, University of Alaska Southeast*, Tara Barrett, US Forest Service, Sari Saunders, BC Forests,
Paul Hennon, US Forest Service
Spatial trends in forest growth and mortality across the perhumid temperate Brian Buma, University of Alaska Southeast*, Tara Barrett, US Forest Service, Sari Saunders, BC Forests,
rainforest of North America
Paul Hennon, US Forest Service
Participatory Land Use Planning in Cambodia
KHUN BUNNATH, Technical Deputy Team Leader/ Forestry and Biodiversity Specialist of Biodiversity
Conservation Corridors Project in Cambodia.
Tracking Public Health in Landscapes: GIS of Rattus norvegicus Landscape Burak, M. K., Richardson, J. L., Costa, F., Childs, J. E., Ko, A. I., and Caccone, A.
Genetics in Salvador, Brasil
International Association of Landscape Ecology World Congress, Portland, OR.
Monitoring the canary of the sagebrush biome: adapting regional land cover Theresa Burcsu, Institute for Natural Resources, Portland State University*
minimums to a management framework for greater sage-grouse
Ecological networks in agricultural landscapes: an interdisciplinary approach Franoise Burel, CNRS; Aude Ernoult, Universit de Rennes; Cendrine Mony, Universit de Rennes; Alain
in the French bocage
Butet, CNRS; Assu Gil-Tena, CREAF; Nathalie Herv-Fournerau, CNRS; Alexandra Langlais, CNRS;
Evaluating pattern and processes of cultural landscape dynamics in Europe Matthias Brgi*, Swiss Federal Research Insitute WSL, Switzerland; Anu Printsmann, Tallinn University,
Estonia; Juraj Lieskovsk, Institute of Landscape Ecology SAS, Nitra, Slovakia
Landscape assessments based on biodiversity, ecosystem functions and
Benjamin Burkhard*; Felix Mller; Kiel University
ecosystem services
Ecosystem services - Supply, flows and demands in and between
Benjamin Burkhard*, Marion Kruse, Felix Mller; Kiel University
landscapes
Final Discussion & Summary
Benjamin Burkhard*, Marion Kruse, Felix Mller; Kiel University
Closing Discussion - Collaborative Opportunties

S44

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VI
Ecosystem Services IV

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

S08

Forest Ecology I

S10
S17

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I
Land Use Change IV

CO-09

Coastal Landscapes II

P22

Poster: Habitat

S47

Montane Landscape

CO-28

Ecosystem Services VI

CO-29

Grassland Ecology

S51

Landscape Planning IV

S51

Landscape Planning IV

S13

Urban Ecology III

CO-27

Fire Ecology

P21

Poster: Methods: Geospatial

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Qian

Cao

China

CO-08

Methods: Computation II

Monday, July 6, 2015

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Jeffrey

Cardille

Canada

Changes in Landscape
Connectivity and Fragmentation in

Closing Disussion

Andrew V Bradley, Imperial College London; Isabel MD Rosa, Imperial College London; Robert M Ewers,
Imperial College London.

Fangfang Cai*, Lijie Pu, School of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences, Nanjing University
Tommaso Sitzia, University of Padova, Department of Land, Environment, Agriculture and Forestry; Thomas
Campagnaro*, University of Padova, Department of Land, Environment, Agriculture and Forestry; Serenella
Thomas Campagnaro*, University of Padova, Department of Land, Environment, Agriculture and Forestry;
Tommaso Sitzia, University of Padova, Department of Land, Environment, Agriculture and Forestry
Cara A. Campbell*, United States Geological Survey, Northern Appalachian Research Laboratory; Daniel E.
Spooner, United States Geological Survey, Northern Appalachian Research Laboratory
Kaitlin U. Campbell*,Department of Biology Miami University and Thomas O. Crist, Department of Biology,
Institute for the Environment and Sustainability, Miami University
Rob Campellone, US FIsh and Wildlife Service
Rob Campellone, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Claudia Canedoli*, Francesco Crocco, Emilio Padoa-Schioppa Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Ambiente e del
Territorio Universit degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca
C. Alina Cansler*, University of Washington; Donald McKenzie, USDA Forest Service
Qian Cao*, Deyong Yu Center for Human-Environment System Sustainability, Beijing Normal University
Jeffrey A. Cardille, McGill University Julie Fortin, McGill University Jaaved Singh, McGill University

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

S13

Urban Ecology III

CO-18

Agrarian Landscapes V

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

S57

Climate Change II

S20

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity IV
Poster: Habitat

The Landscapes Metabolism:


Interweaving the Landscape

CARRASCO
ALDUNATE
Carri

CHILE

Carvalho
Ribeiro
Cary

BRAZIL

Geoffrey

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Jessica

Castillo

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Jessica

Castro

United
States
USA

Monday, July 6

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Schunter

Celia

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Pasicha

Chaikaew

Saudi
Arabia
Thailand

Tuesday, July 7

11:20 AM - 11:35 AM

Pasicha

Chaikaew

Thailand

Monday, July 6, 2015

1:50 PM - 2:05 PM

Yu

Chang

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Becky

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Becky

10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Susan

ChaplinKramer
ChaplinKramer
Charnley

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Julie

CHAURAND

P.R.Chin
a
United
States
United
States
United
States
FRANCE

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

Li

Chen

USA

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM

Liding

Chen

9:15 AM - 9:35 AM

Xiaochen

Chen

P.R.
China
Japan

P24

Changes in Landscape
Thursday, July 9
Connectivity and Fragmentation in
Urban Ecology VII
Understanding the Role of Green
Thursday, July 9
Spaces in Mitigating Urban
Urban Ecology V
Building Regional Sustainability in Tuesday, July 7
Urban Agglomerations: The History,
Poster: Landscape Planning
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Xinjian

Chen

China

CO-08

Methods: Computation II

Monday, July 6, 2015

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Yen-Ching

Chen

Taiwan

CO-01

Agrarian Landscapes IV

Monday, July 6, 2015

11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

Carrie

Chennault

USA

P22

Poster: Habitat

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Andrew

Chin

Canada

S34

Thursday, July 9

11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

Clment

Chion

Canada

S13

Coupled Human Natural


Systems IV
Urban Ecology III

Monday, July 6

1:40 PM - 1:50 PM

Hao-Wei

Chiu

Taiwan

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

Wednesday, July 8

10:45 AM - 11:05 AM

Moses

Cho

S36

Landscape Planning II

Wednesday, July 8

3:30 PM - 3:45 PM

Hyeyeong

Choe

South
Africa
US

S54

Historical Ecology

Thursday, July 9

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Denmark

Land Use Change VI

Wednesday, July 8

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Andreas
Aagaard
Schwick

Christensen

S37

Christian

P01

Poster: Connectivity

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Min Gon

Chung

S38

Disturbance Ecology II

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Derek

Churchill

P22

Poster: Habitat

Opportunities and constraints in the Wednesday, July 8


restoration and management of
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Andrea

Clouston

P22

Poster: Habitat

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Jonathan

Coop

S47

Montane Landscape

Thursday, July 9

2:40 PM -3:00 PM

Giulia

Corradini

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

Monday, July 6

10:15 AM - 10:35 AM

Robert

Corry

CO-27

Fire Ecology

Changes in Landscape
Connectivity and Fragmentation in
Landscape Action Through Flows
and Place: Interfaces Between

Thursday, July 9, 2015

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Jennifer

Costanza

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

Thursday, July 9

11:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Robert

Costanza

S08

Forest Ecology I

Monday, July 6

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Robert

Coulson

US

S49

Thursday, July 9

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Theraesa

Coyle

Canada

Monday, July 6

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM

Eric

Crandall

USA

S28

Coupled Human Natural


Systems V
Population, Genetics, and
Biodiversity I
Forest Ecology II

Tuesday, July 7

10:50 AM - 11:05 AM

Megan

Creutzburg

U.S.

S33

Special Topic

Wednesday, July 8

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Thomas

Crist

USA

S10

Monday, July 6

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Annick

Cros

USA

S22

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I
Agrarian Landscapes III

Tuesday, July 7

11:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Patrick

Culbert

USA

CO-18

Agrarian Landscapes V

Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows


and Demands in and Between
Applications in Forest Landscape
Ecology: Evolution, Progress and
Food & Forests: Linking Food
Security, Livelihoods and Ecological
Waterscape Genetics: New
Perspectives on Connectivity in
Emerging Temperate Rainforest
Dynamics: Comparing Expected
John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial
Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Waterscape Genetics: New
Perspectives on Connectivity in
Biodiversity Management in
Agricultural Landscapes: The

Switzerla
nd
US
International Food Trade among Biodiversity Hotspot and Non-hotspot
Countries
United
Using LiDAR for Multi-scale Restoration of Forest Structure and Pattern
States
Canada Modeling Olive-sided Flycatcher (Contopus cooperi ) habitat across boreal
forests of Ontario, Canada
USA
Tracking two decades of vegetation change across the sagebrush
landscapes of Upper Gunnison Basin, Colorado: Linking field reItaly
Non-wood forest products and services as a way to sustain landscape
management and habitat conservation in European mountain areas
Canada Changing Canadian farm landscapes by eating them: how food companies
use stewardship and marketing programs to fill fields and forks.
United
Landscape assessment of habitat loss: a new approach for a global
States
biodiversity hotspot
Australia Spatially explicit modelling and gameification of ecosystem services

2:25 PM - 2:40 PM

Michael

USA

S46

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Special Topic

10:10 AM - 10:30 AM

Samuel

CunninghamMinnick
Cushman

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

Virginia

Dale

USA

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Cassidy

D'Aloia

USA

P22
S10
P03
S24
CO-08
S18
S39
S34

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

CLAUDIO

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows Thursday, July 9
and Demands in and Between
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Wednesday, July 8
Changing ClimateTheory and
Incorporating Eco-Evolutionary
Tuesday, July 7
Processes into Population Models;
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

1:40 PM - 1:55 PM

Romain

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Sonia

10:05 AM - 10:20 AM

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I
Poster: Land Use and
Ecosystem Services
Coupled Human Natural
Systems III
Methods: Computation II

Waterscape Genetics: New


Perspectives on Connectivity in
Integration of Landscape Ecology
into Ecosystem Service

Coupled Human Natural


Systems II
Ecosystem Services III

Meeting the Challenge of


Tuesday, July 7
Landscape Sustainability:
Interfaces Between Landscape
Wednesday, July 8
Structure and Ecosystems
Socio-ecological System Modelling Thursday, July 9
in Support of Adaptation of the
Monday, July 6

P02

Coupled Human Natural


Systems IV
Poster: Urban Ecology

S47

Montane Landscape

S56
S23

S10

S33
S10

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I

Socio-ecological System Modelling


in Support of Adaptation of the
The Landscapes Metabolism:
Interweaving the Landscape
Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support
Case Study Application of
Landscape Ecological Thinking to
Beyond General Legacies in
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,
Limits and Implications for

Monday, July 6

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Landscape Genetics Across Space Thursday, July 9
and Time: Contributions of
John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial Wednesday, July 8
Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Waterscape Genetics: New
Monday, July 6
Perspectives on Connectivity in

France

Australia

USA

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Transdisciplinary Methodology for the Habitability, Validity and Adaptation


Conditions in Neighborhoods in Via Del Mar, Chile
Small wooded elements in farmlands promote bees with high pollination
efficiency
Ecosystem services from forests across different scales of governance

Claudio J. Carrasco Aldunate. Escuela de Graduados Facultad de Arquitectura, Escuela de Construccin


Civil Facultad de Ingeniera, Universidad de Valparaso, Chile
Romain Carri*, University of Toulouse; Annie Ouin, University of Toulouse; Emilie Andrieu, INRA, UMR
DYNAFOR, Chemin de Bo
Sonia Carvalho Ribeiro*, Universidade Federal Minas Gerais UFMG; Britaldo Soares Filho, Universidade
Federal Minas Gerais UFMG
Modelling issues arising from international landscape fire simulation
Geoffrey J. Cary*, The Australian National University and Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre; Robert E.
comparisons
Keane, USDA Forest Service; Mike D. Flannigan, University of Alberta; Ian D. Davies, The Australian National
An eco-evolutionary IBM improves predictions of future genetic connectivity Jessica Castillo*, Oregon State University; Donelle Schwalm, Oregon State University; Clinton Epps, Oregon
for American Pikas (Ochotona princeps) in Crater Lake National Park,
State University; William Monahan, National Park Service, Inventory and Monitoring Division; Nathan
More housing units and less people around protected areas in Puerto Rico? Jessica Castro*, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Puerto Rico; Maya Quiniones and
William Gould - International Institute of Tropical Forestry, U.S. Forest Service USDA
Fishy' relationships: genomic investigations into dispersal patterns and family Celia Schunter, King abdullah university of Science and Technology; Marta Pascual, University of Barcelona;
affairs.
John Carlos Garza, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service and University of
Assessing the socio-economic value of multiple ecosystem services in the
Pasicha Chaikaew*, Soil and Water Science Department, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA &
Suwannee River Basin, Florida
Department of Environmental Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand; Sabine Grunwald, Soil
A multi-perspectival approach for integrative assessment of ecosystem
Pasicha Chaikaew*, Soil and Water Science Department, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA &
services using Bayesian Belief Networks
Department of Environmental Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand; Sabine Grunwald, Soil
Assessment of environmental controls on forest burn severity in Heilongjiang Yu Chang, State Key Laboratory of Forest and Soil Ecology, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy
province, China
of Sciences;Dan Shen, State Key Laboratory of Forest and Soil Ecology, Institute of Applied Ecology,
Landscape management for ecosystem services and biodiversity: The role of Rebecca Chaplin-Kramer, Natural Capital Project, Stanford University
landscape heterogeneity in landscape sustainability
Landscape structure and pest regulation
Rebecca Chaplin-Kramer, Natural Capital Project, Stanford University; Daniel Karp, The Nature Conservancy,
University of California, Berkeley
Human Adaptation to Fire Prone Ecosystems: Heterogeneity in Forest
Susan Charnley*, US Forest Service; Thomas A. Spies, US Forest Service; Michelle Steen-Adams, University
Management and Fire Hazard Conditions in the Eastern Cascades of Oregon of New England
How to deal with cross-scale interactions in planning ecological networks?
Julie Chaurand*, Irstea Montpellier; Jean-Philippe Tonneau, CIRAD Montpellier; Jacques Baudry, INRA
Rennes
Interaction of vegetation, soil and runoff in semi-arid landscape
Li Chen*, Desert Research Institute; Shai Sela, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel; Tal Svoray, Ben
Gurion University of the Negev, Israel; Shmuel Assouline, A.R.O. Volcani Center, Israel
How to optimize urban eco-spaces for health city based on ecosystem
Liding CHEN*, Ranhao SUN, Zhifeng WU, Lei YAO Research Center For Eco-Environmental Sciences,
service assessment?
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Toward Sustainable Development: Natural Wetland Management in the
Ken'ichi Nakagami, Ritsumeikan University; Xiaochen Chen*, Ritsumeikan University; Jia Niu, Ritsumeikan
Urban Agglomerations of Lake Biwa Region (Japan) and Shanghai (China)
University; Xuepeng Qian, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University; Jun Nakajima, Ritsumeikan University;
Offshore distance Gradient change effect of land use landscape pattern in
CHEN Xinjian, School of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences, Nanjing University, China
Jiangsu coastal areas
Assessing the Effect of Urbanization on Urban Diurnal Land Surface
Yen-Ching Chen,Fu-Jen Catholic University; Hao-Wei Chiu, National Taipei University; Ke-Sheng Cheng,
Temperature Difference Using Remote Sensing Images
National Taiwan University
People in Ecosystems/Watershed Integration (PEW)I: A dynamic land-use
Carrie M. Chennault*, Iowa State University; Lisa A. Schulte, Iowa State University; John C. Tyndall, Iowa
and ecosystem service tradeoffs assessment tool
State University; John K. Van Dyk, Iowa State University; Ryan Frahm, Iowa State University
Behavioural and habitat functional group responses of fish in estuaries
Andrew T.M. Chin*, University of Toronto; Marie-Jose Fortin, University of Toronto; Julia Linke, University of
affected by global change
Toronto; Roland Cormier, Eco-Risk Management; Simon Courtenay, Canadian Water Network, University of
ForSES : A social-ecological framework to guide the co-development and
Clment Chion*, ISFORT - Universit du Qubec en Outouais (UQO); Frdrik Doyon*, ISFORT - Universit
assessment of adaptation strategies to global change in the context of
du Qubec en Outouais (UQO); Annie Montpetit, ISFORT - Universit du Qubec en Outouais (UQO)
Assessing the Relationship between the Expansion of Urban Heat Island and Hao-Wei Chiu*, Graduate Institute of Urban Planning, National Taipei University ; Chia-Tsung Yeh , Graduate
Land Use Change by Landscape Metrics
Institute of Urban Planning, National Taipei University ; Shu-Li Huang, Graduate Institute of Urban Planning,
Remote sensing of Essential Biodiversity Variables in South African biomes Moses A. Cho, Renaud Mathieu, Abel Ramoelo; Natural Resources and Environment, Council for Scientific
and Industrial Research (CSIR)
Designing climate corridors for vulnerable plant species groups. Where
Hyeyeong Choe*, UC Davis; James Thorne, UC Davis; Changwan Seo, National Institute of Ecology;
climate corridors need to be constructed?
Dongkun Lee, Seoul National University
Mapping and quantifying the globalization of western landscape management Andreas Aagaard Christensen*, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management,
regimes - A spatial history of landscape modernization, 1700-2000
Copenhagen University, Denmark; Stig Roar Svenningsen, Institute of Environmental, Social and Spatial
Proposing limits to urban sprawl in Switzerland
Christian Schwick*, WSL, Anna Hersperger, WSL, Jochen Jaeger, Concordia University
Min Gon Chung*, Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability; Jianguo Liu, Center for Systems
Integration and Sustainability, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA
Derek J Churchill*, University of Washington Van Kane, University of Washington Robert McGaughey,
Pacific Northwest Research Station Jonathan Kane, University of Washington Sean Jeronimo, University of
Andrea Clouston*, Wildlife and Landscape Science and Technology, Environment Canada; Elyse Howat,
Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada; Jason Duffe, Wildlife and Landscape Science and
Jonathan Coop, Western State Colorado University*; Daniel Piquette, Oregon State University
Giulia Corradini*, TESAF Deparment University of Padova; Enrico Vidale, TESAF Deparment University of
Padova; Riccardo Da Re, TESAF Deparment University of Padova; Davide Pettenella, TESAF Deparment
Corry, Robert C.*, University of Guelph

Jennifer K. Costanza*, North Carolina State University; William J. Platt, Louisiana State University; Reed F.
Noss, University of Central Florida
Robert Costanza* Chair in Public Policy, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University,
Canberra Australia,
Evolution of Forest Landscape Management in North America
Robert Coulson, Maria Tchakerian Knowledge Engineering Laboratory, Department of Entomology, Texas
A&M University
Conserving Gods Own Country: Biodiversity in Agroforestry Landscapes of Theraesa Coyle*, McGill University; Thomas Fox, McGill University; T. K. Kunhamu, Kerala Agricultural
Kerala, India
University; Navin Ramankutty, University of British Columbia; Jeanine Rhemtulla, University of British
Coalescent model selection takes the chaos out of seascape genetic
Eric Crandall*, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology; Rob Toonen, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology; Kim Selkoe,
analysis for a coral reef community
Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology & NCEAS
Climate change, fire and timber harvest in forests of the Oregon Coast
Megan K. Creutzburg, Robert M. Scheller, Melissa S. Lucash - Dept. Environmental Sciences and
Range
Management, Portland State University
Spatial Scaling of Biodiversity in Agricultural Landscapes
Thomas O. Crist*, Institute for the Environment and Sustainability and Department of Biology, Miami
University, Oxford, OH; Valerie E. Peters, Institute for the Environment and Sustainability and Department of
Coral reef connectivity in Palau:
Annick Cros*, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii at Mnoa; Stephen Karl, Hawaii
A population genetics approach to coral reef management in warming seas. Institute of Marine Biology
Legacies of a century of land use in a biodiversity-rich traditional landscape in Patrick D. Culbert*, Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin; Jacqueline Loos, Leuphana Universitt Lneburg; Ine
Transylvania
Dorresteijn, Leuphana Universitt Lneburg; Murray Clayton, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Joern
Floral resources of an invasive shrub suppress native bee communities along Michael Cunningham-Minnick*, Miami University; Valerie E. Peters, Miami University; Thomas O. Crist, Miami
forest edges in an intensive agricultural landscape.
University
Relative effects of dispersal ability and landscape heterogeneity on adaptive Erin L. Landguth, University of Montana Norman Johnson, University of Massachusetts
evolution in complex landscapes
Ecological implications of energy use: a focus on scale
Virginia H. Dale*, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Esther S. Parish, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Keith L.
Kline, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; and Rebecca A. Efroymson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Patterns and predictors of spatial genetic structure within a coral reef fish
Cassidy C. DAloia*, Boston University; Steven M. Bogdanowicz, Cornell University; Richard G. Harrison,
metapopulation
Cornell University; Peter M. Buston, Boston University

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

S31

Climate Change III

CO-12

Urban Ecology VIII

S20
S45

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity IV
Biocultural Landscapes III

S42

Forest Ecology III

S42

Forest Ecology III

CO-06
S40

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity II
Urban Ecology VI

CO-16

Landscape Planning III

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

S28

Forest Ecology II

CO-08

Methods: Computation II

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

S30
S05

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VI
Methods: Computation I

S31

Climate Change III

S57

Climate Change II

CO-10

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity III
Disturbance Ecology I

Climate Change and Biotic


Interactions: Linking Theory, Data

Thursday, July 9

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Colin

Daniel

Canada

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

10:35 AM - 10:50 AM

Amy

Davis

U.S.A

Incorporating Eco-Evolutionary
Processes into Population Models;
Shaping Landscape Ecology
Approaches Worldwide in Different
Simulating climate change,
management and disturbances on
Simulating climate change,
management and disturbances on

Tuesday, July 7

8:40 AM - 9:00 AM

Jennifer

Day

USA

Thursday, July 9

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Geert

De Blust

Belgium

Thursday, July 9

3:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Arjan

de Bruijn

Thursday, July 9

2:45 PM - 3:00 PM

Nathan

De Jager

United
States
USA

Monday, July 6, 2015

10:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Marc

Deconchat

France

Landscapes and Health: Exploring


the Impact of Landscapes on

Wednesday, July 8

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Dr. Barbara

Degenhardt

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6

2:25 PM - 2:40 PM

JUSTUS

DEIKUMAH

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Jillian

Deines

Emerging Temperate Rainforest


Dynamics: Comparing Expected

Tuesday, July 7

8:45 AM - 9:15 AM

Dominick

DellaSala

Monday, July 6, 2015

1:20 PM - 1:35 PM

Louis

Desrochers

Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows


and Demands in and Between
Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of
Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Research Priorities in
Computational Landscape Ecology;
Climate Change and Biotic
Interactions: Linking Theory, Data
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and

Thursday, July 9

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Emilio

Diaz-Varela

Wednesday, July 8

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM

Brett

Dickson

Monday, July 6

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Michael

Dietze

Thursday, July 9

9:50 AM - 10:10 AM

Jeff

Diez

Wednesday, July 8

11:20 AM - 11:35 AM

William

Dijak

Monday, July 6, 2015

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Michelle

DiLeo

Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking Monday, July 6


Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,
Incorporating Eco-Evolutionary
Tuesday, July 7
Processes into Population Models;
Thursday, July 9, 2015

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Whalen

Dillon

Simulating wolf-moose-forest trophic interactions at Isle Royale National Park- Nathan R. De Jager*, Jason J. Rohweder, Timothy J. Fox U.S. Geological Society; Mark C. Romanski,
application of the LANDIS-II Browse Disturbance Extension
National Park Service; Brian R. Miranda, Brian R. Sturtevant U.S. Forest Service
A socio-ecological framework for the analysis of forest edges dynamics and Marc Deconchat *, INRA, Dynafor; Audrey Alignier, INRA, SAD-Paysage; Annie Ouin, INPT, Dynafor; Emilie
their consequences on ecosystems services in temperate landscapes.
Andrieu, INRA, Dynafor; Antoine Brin, INPT, Dynafor; Luc Barbaro, INRA, Biogeco; Herv Jactel, INRA,
Switzerla Everyday recreation in nearby nature over the lifespan - stability and change Barbara Degenhardt*, School of Applied Psychology, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern
nd
in users' needs between the age of 18 to 80 years
Switzerland FHNW; Matthias Buchecker, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research
Ghana
Matrix intensification affects body and physiological condition of tropical forest- Justus P. Deikumah* ,Department of Entomology and Wildlife;Clive A. McAlpine;Martine Maron, The
dependent passerines
University of Queensland, Landscape Ecology and Conservation Group, School of Geography, Planning and
USA
Telecoupling in Urban Water Systems: An Examination of Beijing's Imported Jillian M. Deines, Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability, Department of Geological Sciences,
Water Supply
Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA; Xiao Liu, 2Department of Geological Sciences, Michigan State
USA
The Forgotten Temperate and Boreal Rainforests of the World: Going,
Dominick A. DellaSala, Geos Institute
Going, Gone?
Canada Soundscape phenology on an urban-rural gradient
Louis Desrochers, Universit du Quebec Trois-Rivires; Raphael Proulx, Universit du Quebec TroisRivires
Espaa Multiscale analysis of landscape heterogeneity as a support tool for
Emilio R. Diaz-Varela*, University of Santiago de Compostela; Jose V. Roces Daz, University of Oviedo;
ecosystem services planning
Pedro Alvarez-Alvarez, University of Oviedo.
USA
New approaches to inform the connection and protection of the last vast
Brett G. Dickson*, Conservation Science Partners, Inc.; Luke J. Zachmann, Conservation Science Partners,
places in the western U.S.
Inc.; Christine M. Albano, Conservation Science Partners, Inc. and John Muir Institute of the Environment,
United
Breaking the modeling communication gaps: models talking with ecologists, Michael Dietze*, Boston University; Elizabeth Cowdery, Boston University; Ankur R. Desai, University of
States
the data, and each other.
Wisconsin; Brady Hardiman, Boston University; Ryan Kelly, Boston University; Rob Kooper, National Center
United
Do novel competitors shape species response to climate change?
Jake M. Alexander*, Institute of Integrative Biology, ETH Zurich; Jeffrey M. Diez, Department of Botany &
States
Plant Sciences, University of California, Riverside; Jonathan M. Levine, Institute of Integrative Biology, ETH
USA
Application of LINKAGES Version 3.0 to Determine Tree Growth Potential in William D. Dijak*, USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station; Brice B. Hanberry, School of Natural
Response to Global Climate Change
Resources, University of Missouri; Jacob S. Fraser, School of Natural Resources, University of Missouri;
Canada Ecological network maintains genetic diversity and fitness of a flagship
Michelle F DiLeo* and Helene H Wagner Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of
wildflower
Toronto Mississauga
USA
Environmental influences on pathogen spillover in a multi-host forest disease Whalen W. Dillon*, North Carolina State University; Ross K. Meentemeyer, North Carolina State University

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Diana

Dishman

USA

10:50 AM - 11:05 AM

Mark

Dixon

USA

Modeling Drivers and


Consequences of Land Change:

Monday, July 6

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Begzod

Djalilov

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Tuesday, July 7

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

rencai

dong

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Jenet

Dooley

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

Sarah

Dooling

P24

Connecting the Landscape to the


Soundscape: State of the Art and
Innovations in Landscape Planning: Wednesday, July 8
Exploring Novel Approaches and
Poster: Landscape Planning
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Jordan

Dornbierer

P23

Poster: Hydrology

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Monica

Dorning

S12

Disturbance Ecology I

Monday, July 6

2:45 PM - 3:00 PM

Monica

Dorning

S34

Thursday, July 9

1:40 PM - 3:10 PM

Frdrik

Doyon, Ph.D.

Thursday, July 9

12:00 PM - 12:05 PM

Frdrik

Thursday, July 9

3:30 PM - 5:20 PM

Frdrik

Thursday, July 9

9:20 AM - 9:30 AM

CO-11

Coupled Human Natural


Systems IV
Coupled Human Natural
Systems IV
Coupled Human Natural
Systems IV
Coupled Human Natural
Systems IV
Connectivity II

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

S08

Forest Ecology I

S29

Land Use Change V

S24

Coupled Human Natural


Systems III
Land Use Change VII

S12
S20
CO-24

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity IV
Aquatic Ecology II

S11

Land Use Change II

CO-22

Aquatic Ecology I

S25

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity V
Landscape Planning I

S32

S34
S34
S34

CO-15
S46
P02

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Poster: Urban Ecology

S42

Forest Ecology III

S42

Forest Ecology III

P04

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

S18
S42

Coupled Human Natural


Systems II
Forest Ecology III

S43

Land Use Change VIII

CO-11

Connectivity II

A meta-modeling framework for integrating stand and landscape processes


under climate change in the boreal forest
Anthropogenic invasion pressure improves prediction of invasive forest plant
distribution in urban landscapes
Incorporating Eco-Evolutionary Processes into Population Models: Design
and Applications
Landscape ecology for spatial planning; words are one thing, actions quite
another
Development and application of Landis PnET-Succession extension

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Colin Daniel*, Dept. of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto; Marie-Jose Fortin, Dept. of
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto
Amy J. Davis*, UNC Charlotte Department of Geography & Earth Sciences; Ross K. Meentemeyer, NCSU
Center for Geospatial Analytics; Jean-Claude Thill, UNC Charlotte Department of Geography & Earth
Jennifer M.W. Day*, University of Washington; Nathan H. Schumaker, Environmental Protection Agency
Geert De Blust*, Research Institute for Nature and Forest - INBO; Seppe De Blust, ndvr - Socio-spatial
Research & Design Consultancy
Arjan de Bruijn Eric Gustafson Brian Miranda Brian Sturtevant Douglass Jacobs

Diana L. Dishman*, Integral Consulting Inc.; Nathan H. Schumaker, USEPA; Robert A. Pastorok, Integral
Consulting Inc.
Christopher L. Merkord*, South Dakota State University; Mark D. Dixon, University of South Dakota;
Christopher J. Boever, University of South Dakota; Victoria Danzeisen, University of South Dakota; Michael L.
Begzod Djalilov, Center for Development Research (ZEF), Germany; Prof. Dr. Asia Khamzina, University of
Bonn, Center for Development Research (ZEF), Germany
Rencai Dong

Doyon, Ph.D.

Simulating pesticide impacts on horned larks: a study in scaling from fields


and flocks to populations and landscapes.
Effects of a Large Infrequent Flood Disturbance on Cottonwood Forests
along the regulated Missouri River
Uzbekist Exploring the impact of policy measures on farmers adoption of afforestation
an
on degraded croplands in Uzbekistan: Agent-based modeling approach
China
Comparative analysis of Lugu Lake watershed ecosystem function under
different management authorities
United
Soundscape Patterns related to a Landscape Development Intensity Index
States
USA
Landscape Ecology, Restoration Ecology & Design: Challenges and
Opportunities for Educating Future Restoration Researchers & Practitioners
USA
Development of a new standalone model toolset (FORE-SCE) to support
assessments of the impacts of climate and land-use/land-cover change on
United
Informing resource management by integrating probabilistic models of land
States
change and ecosystem services
United
Citizen Science Helps Predict Risk of Emerging Infectious Disease
States
Canada Workshop 1 : Techniques for eliciting multi-stakeholders decisional making
mechanisms.
Canada Concluding Remarks

Doyon, Ph.D.

Canada

Workshop 2 : Guided discussions aiming at a collaborative article

Frdrik Doyon, Institut des sciences de la fort tempre, Universit du Qubec en Outaouais

Frdrik

Doyon, Ph.D.

Canada

Introduction to Symposium

Frdrik Doyon, Institut des sciences de la fort tempre, Universit du Qubec en Outaouais

9:10 AM - 9:25 AM

Joseph

Drake

USA

Applications in Forest Landscape


Monday, July 6
Ecology: Evolution, Progress and
Landscapes of the Future:
Wednesday, July 8
Modelling Land Cover Change and
Integration of Landscape Ecology Tuesday, July 7
into Ecosystem Service
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Landscape Genetics Across Space Thursday, July 9
and Time: Contributions of
Monday, July 6

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Ashton

Drew

USA

Using Nested Frameworks for Maintaining Biodiversity of Aquatic Resources Joseph C. Drake*, Texas Tech University, Department of Natural Resources Management; Nancy E.
in the Sonoran Desert
McIntyre, Texas Tech University, Department of Biological Sciences; Kerry L. Griffis-Kyle, Texas Tech
Effects of biofuel forest management on biodiversity
Ashton Drew*, North Carolina State University; Jennifer Costanza, North Carolina State University

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Quan

Du

Belgium

10:50 AM - 11:05 AM

Yueyue

Du

10:50 AM - 11:05 AM

Meichun

Duan

Haidian
District
China

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Rachael

Dudaniec

Sweden

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Lien

Dupont

Belgium

Simulating climate change,


management and disturbances on
Simulating climate change,
management and disturbances on

Thursday, July 9

2:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Matthew

Duveneck

Thursday, July 9

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Matthew

Duveneck

United
States

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Francis

Dwomoh

USA

Meeting the Challenge of


Landscape Sustainability:
Simulating climate change,
management and disturbances on
Performance of Models that
Simulate Change Through Space

Tuesday, July 7

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Caren

Dymond

Canada

Thursday, July 9

2:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Caren

Dymond

Thursday, July 9

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Ronald

Eastman

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

10:20 AM - 10:35 AM

Hendrik

Edelhoff

Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking


Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,
Socio-ecological System Modelling
in Support of Adaptation of the
Socio-ecological System Modelling
in Support of Adaptation of the
Socio-ecological System Modelling
in Support of Adaptation of the
Socio-ecological System Modelling
in Support of Adaptation of the

Jenet Dooley*, University of Florida Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences; Mark Brown,
University of Florida Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences
*Sarah Cooling, The University of Texas
Jordan Dornbierer*, SGT; Terry Sohl, USGS; Kristi Sayler, USGS; Ryan Reker, Inuteq; Steve Wika, SGT;
Rob Quenzer, SGT
Monica A Dorning, USGS
Ross K. Meentemeyer, North Carolina State University; Monica A. Dorning*, United States Geological Survey;
John B. Vogler, North Carolina State University; Douglas Schmidt, University of California - Berkeley; Matteo
Clment Chion, Institut des sciences de la fort tempre, Universit du Qubec en Outaouais
Frdrik Doyon, Institut des sciences de la fort tempre, Universit du Qubec en Outaouais

Integration of Cellular automata - Markov model and SWAT to predict land


cover change and nutrient loads in Tra Khuc River Basin, Vietnam
How to assess urban development potential in mountainous areas? An
approach of ecological carrying capacity in the view of coupled human and
Landscape change correlated with carabid and spider change over a period
of 20 years with urbanization in two villages of Yangtse floodplain
Landscape genomics of a range-expanding damselfly along a latitudinal
gradient
Exploring eye-tracking as an innovative tool for landscape planning

Quan Vu Viet Du (1)(2), Huan Cao Nguyen (2), Veerle Van Eetvelde (1)
(1) Landscape research group, Department of Geography, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium
Yueyue Du*, Jian Peng* College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University, The Key
Laboratory for Earth Surface Processes, Ministry of Education, 100871 Beijing, China
Meichun Duan*, College of Agricultural Resources and Environmental Sciences, China Agricultural University
and French Higher Institute of Agronomic, Agri-Food, Horticultural and Landscape Sciences; Yunhui Liu,
Rachael Dudaniec* Lund University Lesley Lancaster University of Aberdeen Erik Svensson Lund
University Bengt Hansson Lund University
Lien Dupont*, Ghent University; Veerle Van Eetvelde, Ghent University

New England Forest Landscape Futures: Scenarios of Harvest,


Development, and Climate Change
Question & Answer

Matthew J. Duveneck*, Harvard Forest; Jonathan Thompson, Harvard Forest; Robert M. Scheller, Portland
State University

Human and climatic influences on the fire regime of the West African tropical Francis K. Dwomoh*, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, South Dakota State University; Michael C.
forest
Wimberly, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, South Dakota State University
Diversifying Managed Forests to Increase Resilience
Caren Dymond*, Sinclair Tedder, Dave Spittlehouse, Brian Raymer, Katherine Hopkins, Katharine McCallion,
James Sandland Government of British Columbia
Canada Carbon Sinks in Managed Temperate Coniferous Forests under Climate
Caren Dymond*, Government of British Columbia; Sarah Beukema, ESSA Technologies; Craig Nitschke,
Change
University of Melbourne; David Coates, Government of British Columbia; Robert Scheller, Portland State
USA
Soft Forecasts as an Alternative to Land Cover Change Scenarios:
Ron Eastman*, Clark Labs
Techniques for Development and Assessment
Germany Applying behavioral movement analyses for modeling landscape resistance Hendrik Edelhoff*, Georg-August University Goettingen; Niko Balkenhol, Georg-August University Goettingen
and connectivity in conservation planning

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

CO-15

Land Use Change VII

S26

Methods: Geospatial I

S38

Disturbance Ecology II

S26

Methods: Geospatial I

S17

Land Use Change IV

P24

Poster: Landscape Planning

S40

Urban Ecology VI

S41

Coastal Landscapes I

S46
CO-04

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Land Use Change III

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

S38

Disturbance Ecology II

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

S35

Ecosystem Services II

S25
S50

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity V
Carbon

P24

Poster: Landscape Planning

S47

Montane Landscape

P21

Poster: Methods: Geospatial

S33

Special Topic

S04

Climate Change I

P23

Poster: Hydrology

S46

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Urban Ecology I

S07
P03
S05

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services
Methods: Computation I

S15

Connectivity I

S20
S42

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity IV
Forest Ecology III

S54

Historical Ecology

S30
S38

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VI
Disturbance Ecology II

P22

Poster: Habitat

S33

Special Topic

CO-08

Methods: Computation II

S31

Climate Change III

P01

Poster: Connectivity

CO-04

Land Use Change III

S12

Disturbance Ecology I

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

CO-11

Connectivity II

P23

Poster: Hydrology

S53

Biocultural Landscapes II

S25
S08

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity V
Forest Ecology I

S13

Urban Ecology III

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Tuesday, July 7

10:20 AM - 10:35 AM

Thomas

Edwards

USA

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Salla

Eilola

Kenya

Wednesday, July 8

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Mario

Elia, Ph.D.

Italia

Tuesday, July 7

10:20 AM - 11:00 AM

Gwendolyn

Ellen

USA

Tuesday, July 7

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Erle

Ellis

USA

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Mark

Endries

USA

Landscapes and Health: Exploring Wednesday, July 8


the Impact of Landscapes on
Coastal Wetland Functions and
Thursday, July 9
Responses to Landscape Change:
Landscape Genetics Across Space Thursday, July 9
and Time: Contributions of
Monday, July 6, 2015

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Kerstin

Ensinger

Prioritizing North Carolina Streams Based on 247 Maxent-derived Predictive


Habitat Maps of Aquatic Organisms.
Germany Work and recreation - why daily forest visits make sense

11:50 AM - 12:05 PM

Nicholas

Enwright

USA

10:50 AM - 11:10 AM

Clinton

Epps

11:15 AM - 11:30 AM

Cody

Evers

Prospects of Geospatial
Wednesday, July 8
Technologies to Support
Opportunities and constraints in the Wednesday, July 8
restoration and management of
Monday, July 6

2:45 PM - 3:05 PM

Nora

Fagerholm

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Donald

Falk

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Wenjie

Fan

Landscape Approaches to
Modeling Cross-boundary
Connecting the Landscape to the
Soundscape: State of the Art and
Carbon Stocks and Flows in the
Landscape; Alessandro Gimona

Wednesday, July 8

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Xuening

Fang

Tuesday, July 7

9:00 AM - 9:20 AM

Almo

Farina

Thursday, July 9

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Jenny

Farmer

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Ignacio

Fernandez

Changes in Landscape
Connectivity and Fragmentation in

Thursday, July 9

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Efrem

Ferrari

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Robert

Fletcher

John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial Wednesday, July 8


Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Keeping Pace with Climate
Monday, July 6
Change: Resilience in Coastal
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Robert

Fletcher

2:35 PM - 2:50 PM

Rebecca

Flitcroft

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Kevin

Ford

Landscape Genetics Across Space Thursday, July 9


and Time: Contributions of
Urban Landscape Ecology: Global Monday, July 6
Perspectives; Chunyang He
Monday, July 6

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Brenna

Forester

10:00 AM - 10:25 AM

Richard

Forman

Wetland Landward Migration along the northern Gulf of Mexico under Future
Sea-Level Rise and Urban Growth
USA
Beyond resistance: applying landscape genetics to conservation and
ecological problems
United
Modeled impacts of land use decisions on highly fragmented and dispersalStates
limited species in the Southern Willamette Valley, Oregon
Finland Spatial information and technologies in participatory mapping of communitybased ecosystem services
USA
From restoration to resilience ecology: Rapid ecosystem shifts are triggered
by interactions of landscape disturbance and climate change
China
Changing Pattern of Impervious Surface in Mountainous City During Rapid
Urbanization Period (2000-2012): a Case Study of Liangjiang
China
Landscape Service Capability, Landscape Service Flow and Landscape
Service Demand- the new framework of landscape service and its serving for
Italy
North American and European Landscape and Soundscape Ecology: A
Perspective
Scotland Spatial measurement of natural and anthropogenic influences on organic soil
C stocks
United
Socioeconomic spatial inequalities in the Metropolitan Area of Santiago,Chile:
States
A multidimensional approach
Italy
The day after mountain forest degradation: history, consequences and
restoration possibilities in the Karakorum Mountain landscape of Pakistan.
United
The best of both worlds: integrating data sets across scales with hierarchical
States
Bayes models to predict species distributions and scenarios of landscape
United
Hierarchical scaling of landscape connectivity and spatial structure: network
States
modularity and beyond
USA
Characterizing Changes in Discharge and Water Temperature Through the
Lens of Phenotypic Diversity
USA
Combining field and greenhouse experiments to understand the relationship
between climate and budburst in coast Douglas-fir
US
Assessing local adaptation and gene flow in an endemic, montane
salamander threatened by climate change
USA
How to Arrange the Next Billion Urban People and Enhance Natural Systems

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

YURI

FORTE

Brasil

Research Priorities in
Computational Landscape Ecology;
Landscape Connectivity and Its
Implications for Conservation
Incorporating Eco-Evolutionary
Processes into Population Models;
Simulating climate change,
management and disturbances on
Beyond General Legacies in
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of
Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Opportunities and constraints in the
restoration and management of

Monday, July 6

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Marie-Josee Fortin

Monday, July 6

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Marie-Josee Fortin

Tuesday, July 7

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Marie-Josee Fortin

Thursday, July 9

2:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Jane

Foster

Thursday, July 9

2:40 PM - 3:10 PM

Kena

Fox-Dobbs

Wednesday, July 8

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Susanne

Frank

Wednesday, July 8

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Jerry

Franklin

Balancing supply and demand for ecosystem services provisioning of tropical Yuri Arten Forte*, University of So Paulo; Silvio Frosini de Barros Ferraz, University of So Paulo; Teresa
forest patches in agricultural landscape
Cristina Magro, University of So Paulo
Spatio-temporal analysis is the new frontier in ecological studies
Marie-Jose Fortin*, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto, Canada;
Santiago Saura, Departamento de Sistemas y Recursos Naturales, Universidad Politcnica de Madrid, Spain
Canada Fish connectivity in stream networks
Marie-Jose Fortin*, Andrew Chin, Julia Linke Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University
of Toronto, Canada; Roland Cormier, Eco-Risk Management, Moncton, Canada; Carole Godin, Fisheries and
Canada A new generalized network model of habitat connectivity accounting for the
Marie-Jose Fortin*, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto, Canada;
number of dispersing individuals
Santiago Saura, Departamento de Sistemas y Recursos Naturales, Universidad Politcnica de Madrid, Spain;
USA
Simulation of insect impacts on forest dynamics: Landsat defoliation maps
Jane Foster*, University of Minnesota; Anthony D'Amato, University of Vermont; John Bradford, U.S.G.S predict growth declines in tree ring data
Southwest Biological Science Center
USA
Isotopic and elemental records reveal impacts of past faunal changes on
Kena Fox-Dobbs*, University of Puget Sound
nutrient and energy flow in grassland ecosystems
Germany Challenge of integrating landscape metrics as indicators of ecosystem
Susanne Frank*, Christine Frst, Center for Development Research, Department of Ecology and Natural
services into regional planning
Resources Management, University of Bonn, Germany; Frank Pietzsch, PiSolution GmbH
USA
Distinctive Nature of Frequent Fire Forest Ecosystems and Landscapes
Jerry F. Franklin School of Environmental and Forest Science, University of Washington, Seattle WA

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Veronica

Frans

USA

John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial Wednesday, July 8


Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Monday, July 6, 2015

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Jennifer

Fraterrigo

USA

Recolonization of the New Zealand sea lion (Phocarctos hookeri): using


Maxent to identify suitable breeding habitats for management
Scaling species niches to predict species distributions

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Amy

Frazier

USA

Surface Metrics: Scaling Relationships and Downscaling Behavior

Veronica F. Frans*, Dept. of Systemic Conservation Biology, Georg-August-University Gttingen; Amlie A.


Aug, School of Surveying, University of Otago, and South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute; Jan O.
Jennifer Fraterrigo* and Stephanie Wagner, University of Illinois; Robert Warren, State University of New York
College at Buffalo
Amy E. Frazier*, Oklahoma State University

Climate Change and Biotic


Interactions: Linking Theory, Data

Thursday, July 9

9:30 AM - 9:50 AM

Sara

Freitas

USA

The effect of climate change on mammalian interactions

Sara Freitas*, University of California Riverside; Helen Regan, University of California Riverside

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Stephanie

Freund

USA

Stephanie Freund*, University of Nevada, Reno; Jill Heaton, University of Nevada, Reno

Monday, July 6, 2015

10:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Leonardo

Frid

Canada

Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking Monday, July 6


Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows Thursday, July 9
and Demands in and Between
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Jochen

Frnd

Canada

10:50 AM - 11:10 AM

Bojie

Fu

China

Distribution of biological soil crusts in adjacent sagebrush and pinyon-juniper


communities of the Walker River Basin, western Nevada, USA.
Using state-and-transition simulation models to evaluate alternative invasive
plant management strategies at the landscape scale
Dynamics of parasitoid communities and characteristics of spruce budworm
outbreaks in relation to forest composition
The Trade-off Analysis of Ecosystem Services in Different Scales

10:50 AM - 11:05 AM

Elisa

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Naoko

FuentesMontemayor
Fujita

Wednesday, July 8

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Katsue

Fukamachi

Tuesday, July 7

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Susan

Fuller

Monday, July 6

1:20 PM - 1:40 PM

Christine

Frst

Monday, July 6

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Christine

Frst

United
Assessing the relative importance of local vs. landscape level actions to
Kingdom develop ecological networks
Japan
Effects of Biocultural Diversity for Disaster Reductions in Natural Disasters:
The Location and Design of Sacred Places
Japan
Sustainable use and biocultural diversity in satoyama landscapes on the
shores of Lake Biwa, Shiga, Japan
Australia Connecting Soundscape to Landscape: Which Acoustic Index Best
Describes Landscape Configuration?
Germany Linking ecological processes with the capacities of ecosystems to provide
services
Germany How to ensure participation the nexus between landscape, social and
urban planning in sustainable development

Remote Sensing and Farmscaping


for Ecological Service
Opportunities and constraints in the
restoration and management of
Remote Sensing and Farmscaping
for Ecological Service
Drivers and Outcomes of Regime
Shifts in Land-Use Systems; Van

Biocultural Landscape Diversity:


Building Bridges from Global
Connecting the Landscape to the
Soundscape: State of the Art and
Applications in Forest Landscape
Ecology: Evolution, Progress and
The Landscapes Metabolism:
Interweaving the Landscape

An optimization approach to assessing landscape-scale energy development


effects on rare plant species in the Colorado Plateau of western North
Geospatial constrains and opportunities in participatory forest management
arrangements: from policy to practical solutions in Tanzania
Cumulative Effects of Twenty-Nine Years of Wildfires on Habitat Abundance
in the Eastern Cascade Mountains of Oregon, Washington, and Northern
SYM: Increasing beneficial insect and native pollinators on farms through
farmscaping and remote sensing for ecological service quantification.
Sociocultural regime shifts in the ecology of anthropogenic landscapes

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Thomas C. Edwards, Jr., U.S. Geological Survey and Utah State University; Rico W. Hergert, Swiss Federal
Research Institute WSL; Robert D. Fitts, Utah State University; Felix Kienast, Swiss Federal Research
Salla Eilola*, University of Turku, Department of Geography and Geology; Nora Fagerholm, University of
Turku, Department of Geography and Geology; Niina Kyhk, University of Turku, Department of Geography
Mario Elia, Department of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, University of Bari, Italy; Matthew J. Reilly,
Pacic Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service, Corvallis, Oregon, USA; Raffaele Lafortezza,
Symposium Moderator:Stephen K. Ndzeidze, IPPC - Oregon State University, Corvallis Session Presenter:
Gwendolyn Ellen, IPPC - Oregon State University, Corvallis
Erle C. Ellis, Geography & Environmental Systems, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Mark Endries, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Kerstin Ensinger1, Matthias Wurster 2
1Black Forest National Park, Department of National Park Planning,
2 Forest Research Institute (FVA) Baden-Wrttemberg, Department of Forest and Society, Freiburg,
Nicholas M. Enwright*, U.S. Geological Survey National Wetlands Research Center; Michael J. Osland, U.S.
Geological Survey National Wetlands Research Center; Kereen T. Griffith, Griffith Consulting at U.S.
Clinton W. Epps*, Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University; Jessica A. Castillo, Dept. of
Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University; Tyler G. Creech, Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State
Cody R Evers*, Portland State University; Gwynne A Mhuireach, University of Oregon; Bart R Johnson,
University of Oregon.
Nora Fagerholm*, University of Turku, Department of Geography and Geology; Niina Kyhk, University of
Turku, Department of Geography and Geology; Salla Eilola, University of Turku, Department of Geography
Donald A. Falk*, University of Arizona, Associate Professor, School of Natural Resources and the
Environment; Associate Professor of Dendrochronology, Laboratory of Tree Ring Research
Wenjie Fan*, Jingjing Peng, Zhifang Wang, Liangji Kong - Peking University
Xuening Fang* ,State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology, College of
Resources and Technology, Beijing Normal University, China Wenwu Zhao ,State Key Laboratory of Earth
Almo Farina*, Department of Basic Sciences and Foundations, Urbino University, Italy
Jenny Farmer*, University of Aberdeen; Charlie Langan, University of Aberdeen, The James Hutton Institute,
Carbon Foundation of East Africa; Alessandro Gimona, The James Hutton Institute; Jo U. Smith, University of
Ignacio Fernandez, Arizona State University - School of Sustainability
Efrem Ferrari *, Ev-K2 CNR; Tommaso Anfodillo, University of Padova; Maria Teresa Melis, University of
Cagliari
Mauricio Nunez-Regueiro, University of Florida Robert J Fletcher, Jr., University of Florida Daniel Greene,
University of Florida Robert A. McCleery, University of Florida
Robert J. Fletcher, Jr., Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida Denis Valle,
School of Forest Resources and Conservation, University of Florida
Rebecca Flitcroft*, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; Ivan Arismendi, Oregon State
University, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife; Sarah Lewis, Oregon State University, College of Earth,
Kevin R. Ford*, USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station; Constance A. Harrington, USDA
Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station
Brenna R. Forester*, Duke University - University Program in Ecology; Dean L. Urban, Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment; Thomas F. Schultz, Duke University - Division of Marine Science and
Richard T. T. Forman, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University

Canada

Catherine S. Jarnevich, Tracy R. Holcombe, Catherine Cullinane Thomas U.S. Geological Survey Fort
Collins Science Center; Leonardo Frid*, Apex Resource Management Solutions Ltd.; Aaryn Olsson, School of
Jochen Frnd*, Integrative Biology, University of Guelph; Kevin S. McCann, Integrative Biology, University of
Guelph; Eldon S. Eveleigh, Natural Resources Canada, Atlantic Forestry Centre; Wayne E. MacKinnon,
Bojie Fu*, Lu Nan, Zhenmin Zhen, Xiaoqing Jia State Key Laboratory of Urban and Regional Ecology,
Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
Elisa Fuentes-Montemayor*, University of Stirling; Kevin Watts, Forest Research; Nicholas Macgregor,
Natural England; Kirsty Park, University of Stirling.
Naoko Fujita, Kyusyu University
Fukamachi Katsue (Kyoto University) & Oku Hirokazu (University of Toyama)
Susan Fuller*, Queensland University of Technology; A. Axel, Marshall University; David Tucker, Queensland
University of Technology; Stuart Gage, Michigan State University
Christine Frst, Susanne Frank * University of Bonn, Center for Development Research (ZEF); Katrin
Pietzsch, Frank Pietzsch PiSolution GmbH Markkleeberg
Christine Frst *, University of Bonn, Center for Development Reserarch (ZEF)

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

S32

Landscape Planning I

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

S52

Ecosystem Services V

S52

Ecosystem Services V

S52

Ecosystem Services V

S52

Ecosystem Services V

CO-01

Agrarian Landscapes IV

S46

S37

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Population, Genetics, and
Biodiversity V
Population, Genetics, and
Biodiversity V
Land Use Change VI

P23

Poster: Hydrology

P22

Poster: Habitat

P03
S13

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services
Urban Ecology III

P04

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

S41

Coastal Landscapes I

S47

Montane Landscape

P01

Poster: Connectivity

S22

Agrarian Landscapes III

CO-28

Ecosystem Services VI

S16

Agrarian Landscapes II

CO-27

Fire Ecology

S10
CO-16

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I
Landscape Planning III

P04
CO-29

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Innovations in Landscape Planning:


Exploring Novel Approaches and
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows
and Demands in and Between
Ecosystem Services in Land Use
Planning and Land Use Policy: How
Ecosystem Services in Land Use
Planning and Land Use Policy: How
Ecosystem Services in Land Use
Planning and Land Use Policy: How
Ecosystem Services in Land Use
Planning and Land Use Policy: How

Wednesday, July 8

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Christine

Frst

Thursday, July 9

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Christine

Frst

Thursday, July 9

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Christine

Frst

Thursday, July 9

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

Christine

Frst

Thursday, July 9

4:20 PM - 4:40 PM

Christine

Frst

Thursday, July 9

4:40 PM - 5:20 PM

Christine

Frst

Monday, July 6, 2015

10:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Anne

G.

Landscape Genetics Across Space


and Time: Contributions of
Connecting the Landscape to the
Soundscape: State of the Art and
Connecting the Landscape to the
Soundscape: State of the Art and
Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,
Limits and Implications for

Thursday, July 9

4:15 PM - 4:30 PM

Charlotte

Gabrielsen

Tuesday, July 7

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Stuart

Gage

Germany Linking innovative technologies for a multidimensional integrated spatial


development (INTECRE)
Germany Ecosystem services sustainable solution or another wicked problem for
decision makers?
Germany Part 1. From Management to policy: briding spatial scale. Discusion: How to
achieve compatibility between different scales / how to avoid "leakage"
Germany How valid are todays decisions in the future? Integration of ecosystem
dynamics in reliable ES provisioning potential assessment
Germany 2. From operational to strategic planning - bridging temporal scales.
Discussion Best practices or recommendable strategies for including
Germany Overall discussion and conclusions: How can the issue of scale be
appropriately addressed in assessing, planning and governing ES? What are
Denmark Nature or agriculture - a study of drivers of farm-level land use change in a
peri-urban landscape
United
Evaluating species diversity under climate change: Environmental DNA
States
analysis in a semi-arid wetland ecosystem
Closing Remarks & Discussion

Tuesday, July 7

8:40 AM - 9:00 AM

Stuart

Gage

USA

Wednesday, July 8

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Sara

Gagn

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Tanya

Gallagher

United
States
Canada

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Marissa

Gallant

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Lilly

Gama

Monday, July 6

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

Chiara

Garau

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Devon

Gaydos

Coastal Wetland Functions and


Thursday, July 9
Responses to Landscape Change:
Changes in Landscape
Thursday, July 9
Connectivity and Fragmentation in
Monday, July 6

9:50 AM - 10:05 AM

Zhenming

Ge

9:20 AM -10:00 AM

Sarah

Gergel

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Maryam

Gharehaghaji

Biodiversity Management in
Agricultural Landscapes: The

Tuesday, July 7

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Claudio

Ghersa

Thursday, July 9, 2015

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Elena

Gissi

Rethinking Landscape Degradation Monday, July 6


Analysis and Prevention in Agrarian
Thursday, July 9, 2015

4:15 PM - 4:30 PM

Elena

Gissi

2:25 PM - 2:40 PM

Brett

Goforth

Monitoring and Assessment of Soundscapes in Landscapes: A Systems


Perspective
Complex edge effects in forest patches surrounded by varying development Doreen E. Davis, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Sara A. Gagn*, University of North Carolina at
intensities
Charlotte
Trans-Border Groundwater Aquifer Contamination and the Impact of
Tanya Gallagher*, University of British Columbia ; Sarah Gergel, University of British Columbia
Landscape Pattern: A Case Study in the Abbottsford-Sumas Aquifer
USA
Landscape Assessment of White-Lipped Peccary and King Vulture Habitat in Heather Cormier*, Clark University; Mary Cox*, Clark University; Marissa Gallant*, Clark University; Sophie
the Calakmul Biosphere Reserve in the Southern Yucatn Peninsula, Mexico Calm, Universit de Sherbrooke, El Colegio de le Frontera; John Rogan, Clark University; Arthur Elmes,
Mexico
Effect of research results on land management decisions done by
Lilly Gama*, Hilda Diaz-Lopez, Ricardo Collado-Torres Universidad Juarez Autonoma de Tabasco; Erika
environmental authorities in Tabasco
Salazar-Conde, Gobierno del Estado de Tabasco; Juan de Dios Valdez-Leal, Coral Pacheco-Figueroa,
Italy
Economy Goods and Place-based Culture: Increasingly Globalised Issues of Chiara Garau*, Pasquale Mistretta Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Architecture
Relationship between City and Country
DICAAR, University of Cagliari, Italy
United
Interacting Effects of Wildfire Disturbance and Forest Species Diversity on an Devon A Gaydos*, North Carolina State University; Ross K. Meentemeyer, North Carolina State University;
States
Invasive Plant Pathogen
Whalen W. Dillon, North Carolina State University

Spatiotemporal dynamics of salt marsh in the Yangtze Estuary: observations Zhenming Ge, State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University, China
with a modeling approach
Canada Strengthening long-term landscape-level assessments of montane systems Michelle Jackson, University of British Columbia; Sarah Gergel*, University of British Columbia, Kathy Martin,
with citizen science, historical air photos and climate models
University of British Columbia, Emmeline Topp, University of Padova
United
Inferring resistance to gene flow among Valley oak (Quercus lobata)
Maryam Gharehaghaji*, University of Illinois at Chicago; Emily Minor, University of Illinois at Chicago; Mary
States
populations in California: Is the Central Valley a barrier?
Ashley, University of Illinois at Chicago; Saji Abraham, University of Michigan; Walter Koenig, Cornell
Argentina Agricultural landscape complexity and functional biodiversity is sustained by Santiago L. Poggio, IFEVA / Ctedra de Produccin Vegetal, Facultad de Agronoma, Universidad de Buenos
the exotic flora in the Rolling Pampa
Aires / CONICET, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Gonzalo A.R. Molina, IFEVA / Ctedra de Ecologa, Facultad de
Italy
Exploring the social production of Ecosystem Services within a decision
Vito Garramone, University Iuav of Venice; Elena Gissi*, University Iuav of Venice
making process. Comparative analysis from a role-playing game approach in
Italy
Sustainable energy potential from biomass through Ecosystem Service Trade- Elena Gissi*, University Iuav of Venice; Mattias Gaglio, University of Ferrara; Matelda Reho, University Iuav of
off Analysis: the case of the Province of Rovigo (Veneto Region, Italy)
Venice
USA
Adding the Z-axis to Dendrochronology by Sampling Tree-Branch Fire-Scars Brett R. Goforth, California State University San Bernardino

Waterscape Genetics: New


Perspectives on Connectivity in

Monday, July 6

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Caren

Goldberg

USA

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Florian

Gollnow

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Florian

Gollnow

Grassland Ecology

Thursday, July 9, 2015

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Brett

Goodwin

CO-27

Fire Ecology

Thursday, July 9, 2015

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Greg

Gordon

CO-01

Agrarian Landscapes IV

S01

Land Use Change I

P24

Poster: Landscape Planning

S07

Urban Ecology I

S37

Land Use Change VI

S33

Special Topic

S45

Biocultural Landscapes III

CO-16

Landscape Planning III

S31

Climate Change III

CO-14

Landscape Management

S18
CO-27

Coupled Human Natural


Systems II
Fire Ecology

Meeting the Challenge of


Landscape Sustainability:

S32

Landscape Planning I

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

CO-09

Coastal Landscapes II

CO-14

Landscape Management

S46

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Poster: Land Use and
Ecosystem Services

S25
S25

P03

The Landscapes Metabolism:


Interweaving the Landscape

Monday, July 6, 2015

10:15 AM - 10:30 AM

Sarah

Goslee

Combining aquatic environmental DNA and landscape genetics to assess


functional connectivity of the at-risk Arizona treefrog.
Germany A Multi-Scale Land Use Modelling approach for the Brazilian Amazon to
capture spatial processes of land use change at different scales
Deutschl Policy changes as a breakpoint in land use displacement in the Brazilian
and
Amazon? Evidences for changes in deforestation, soy production and cattle
US
Grassland bird occupancy of remnant prairies in Minnesota, North Dakota,
and South Dakota influenced more by landscape factors than local factors
USA
Donkeys, Debt, and Fire: The Rise of Industrial Capitalism and the
Transformation of the Forest Ecology of the Pacific Northwest
US
Making Landscape Classification Relevant for Agriculture

Mountain Land Use Changes and


Ecosystem Services

Monday, July 6

10:25 AM - 10:45 AM

Shiwei

Gou

JAPAN

Experienced landscape on a heritage route: Visitor Employed Photography

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Aaron

Grade

Urban Landscape Ecology: Global


Perspectives; Chunyang He
Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,
Limits and Implications for
John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial
Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Shaping Landscape Ecology
Approaches Worldwide in Different

Monday, July 6

2:35 PM - 3:00 PM

Simona

Gradinaru

Wednesday, July 8

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Simona

Gradinaru

Wednesday, July 8

4:20 PM - 4:40 PM

Catherine

Graham

Thursday, July 9

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

John

Graham

United
States
Switzerla
nd
Switzerla
nd
United
States
USA

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Thursday, July 9

2:40 PM - 2:55 PM

Thallita

Grande

Brazil

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Dominique

Gravel

Canada

When a bird goes unheard: pervasive road noise disrupts critical


heterospecific alarm call functionality
Are spatial planning principles and objectives reflected in the evolution of
urban landscape patterns? A Romanian Swiss comparison
Using multi-temporal Landsat imagery for rapid identification of abandoned
agricultural land in areas affected by urban sprawl
Extending spatial scaling theory to new disciplines: phylogenetic scale in
ecology and evolution
Perennial bioenergy crops in an industrial agricultural landscape: A landscape
ecological approach in the North American Corn Belt
Deforestation and restoration modeling of the Brazilian Cerrado: reaching the
legality
The signal of biogeography on the structure of global interaction networks

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Tuesday, July 7

11:20 AM - 11:35 AM

Morten

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Rose

Thursday, July 9, 2015

1:40 PM - 1:55 PM

Miranda

Innovations in Landscape Planning: Wednesday, July 8


Exploring Novel Approaches and
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows Thursday, July 9
and Demands in and Between
Monday, July 6, 2015

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

Adrienne

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Adrienne

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Kereen

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Landscape Genetics Across Space Thursday, July 9
and Time: Contributions of
Monday, July 6

10:20 AM - 10:35 AM

Malgorzata

9:30 AM - 9:50 AM

Bernd

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Karsten

Graversgaard Denmark Introducing the Participatory scenario Storyline and Visualisation method
(PsSV), exemplified via analyses of N management strategies in 6 Danish
Graves
USA
Spatial and temporal dynamics of biodiversity-based cultural ecosystem
services in the Southern Appalachians
Gray
USA
Using models and maps of landscape-scale fire connectivity to mitigate the
invasive grass-fire cycle
Grt-Regamey Switzerla Planning pathways to resilient landscapes in collaborative platforms
nd
Grt-Regamey Switzerla Changing the course of rivers in Asian cities: Linking supply of ecosystems
nd
services to human benefits through iterative modeling and design
Griffith
United
Location, Connectivity, and Land Use of Future Coastal Wetland Migration
States
Corridors within the Gulf Coastal Plains and Ozarks Landscape Conservation
GrodzinskaPolska
Role of private land in enhancing effectiveness and connectivity of
Jurczak
biodiversity conservation: assessing stakeholders attitude
Gruber
Australia Optimising the sampling design of landscape genetic analyses using
resistance surfaces
Grunewald
Germany Analysis of ecosystem services in Russia - a conceptual overview

Climate Change and Biotic


Interactions: Linking Theory, Data

Christine Frst *; Susanne Frank, University of Bonn, Center for Development Research (ZEF)
Christine Frst *, University of Bonn, Center for Development Research (ZEF)
Moderatod by: Christine Frst; Discussant: Marion Potschin, University of Nottingham
Christine Frst *; Susanne Frank; Marcos Jimenez, University of Bonn, Center for Development Research
Katrin Pietzsch; Frank Pietsch, PiSolution GmbH Markkleeberg
(Moderation Christian Albert; Discussant: Roy-Haynes Young, University of Nottingham)

Dr. Anne Gravsholt Busck*, University of Copenhagen; Dr. Soren Bech Pilgaard Kristensen, University of
Copenhagen
Charlotte Gabrielsen*, Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, University of Wyoming; Melanie
Murphy, Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, University of Wyoming; Jeffrey Evans, Central
Stuart H. Gage and Almo Farina, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI USA and The University of
Urbino, Urbino, Italy
Stuart H Gage*, Michigan State University

Caren S. Goldberg, Washington State University; Meryl C. Mims, University of Washington; Katherine M.
Strickler, Washington State University; Julian D. Olden, University of Washington
Florian Gollnow*, Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin; Tobia Lakes, Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin; Jan Gpel,
Center for Environmental Systems Research; Rdiger Schaldach, Center for Environmental Systems
Florian Gollnow*, Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin; Tobia Lakes, Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin;

Shiwei Gou*, Kyoto University, Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies; Shozo Shibata, Kyoto
University, Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies
Aaron M Grade*, School for Natural Resources and Environment, University of Florida

Brett J. Goodwin*, University of North Dakota, Biology Department; Jessica L. Shahan, University of North
Dakota, Biology Department
Greg Gordon, PhD* Gonzaga University
Sarah C. Goslee, USDA-ARS

Simona R. Grdinaru*, Swiss Federal Research Institute of Forest Snow and Landscape - WSL / University of
Bucharest, Centre for Environmental Research and Impact Studies; Cristian I. Ioj, University of Bucharest Simona R. Grdinaru*, Swiss Federal Research Institute of Forest, Snow and Landscape WSL / Centre for
Environmental Research and Impact Studies University of Bucharest; Anna M. Hersperger, Swiss Federal
Catherine Graham, Stony Brook University, New York; Antonin Machac, Stony Brook University, New York ;
David Storch, Charles University & Academy of Sciences of the CR
John B. Graham*, University of Michigan; Joan Iverson Nassauer, University of Michigan; Qiuling Chen,
University of Michigan; Bradford Kasberg, University of Michigan; M. Cristina Negri, Argonne National
Thallita Oliveira de Grande*, Planning for Biodiversity Conservation Laboratory - Department of Zoology University of Brasilia - Brazil; Yuri Botelho Salmona, Planning for Biodiversity Conservation Laboratory Dominique Gravel, Universit du Qubec Rimouski; Camille Albouy, Universit du Qubec Rimouski;
Timothe Poisot, Universit de Montral
Morten Graversgaard*, Chris Kjeldsen, Tommy Dalgaard Department of Agroecology, Aarhus University;
Peter Stubkjr Andersen, Andreas Aagaard Christensen, Henrik Vejre Department of Geosciences and
Rose A. Graves*, Department of Zoology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; Scott M. Pearson,
Department of Natural Sciences, Mars Hill University, Mars HIll, NC; Monica G. Turner, Department of
Miranda E. Gray*, Conservation Science Partners; Brett G. Dickson, Conservation Science Partners; Valerie
J. Horncastle, Northern Arizona University
Adrienne Grt-Regamey*, Sibyl Hanna Brunner
Adrienne Grt-Regamey* and Derek Vollmer
Kereen T. Griffith*, Griffith Consulting at U.S. Geological Survey; Michael J. Osland, U.S. Geological Survey;
Nicholas M. Enwright, U.S. Geological Survey
Sristi Kamal, Institute of Environmental Sciences Jagiellonian University in Krakow; Malgorzata GrodzinskaJurczak*, Institute of Nature Conservation Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Environmental Sciences
Bernd Gruber*, Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra; Aaron Adamack, Institute for Applied
Ecology, University of Canberra
Karsten Grunewald, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development, Elena N. Bukvareva,
Alexey V. Zimenko, Biodiversity Conservation Center Moscow Heinrich Schmauder, Bundesamt fr

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

P22

Poster: Habitat

S50

Carbon

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

S36

Landscape Planning II

S08

Forest Ecology I

S42

Forest Ecology III

S57

Climate Change II

CO-15

Land Use Change VII

P23

Poster: Hydrology

S13

Urban Ecology III

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

CO-16

Landscape Planning III

S38

Disturbance Ecology II

S40

Urban Ecology VI

S07

Urban Ecology I

CO-11

Connectivity II

S23

Urban Ecology V

S23

Urban Ecology V

S23

Urban Ecology V

S32

Landscape Planning I

S34

P01

Coupled Human Natural


Systems IV
Poster: Land Use and
Ecosystem Services
Poster: Connectivity

S05

Methods: Computation I

P22

Poster: Habitat

CO-06
S06

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity II
Ecosystem Services I

P22

Poster: Habitat

CO-27

Fire Ecology

S24
S07

Coupled Human Natural


Systems III
Urban Ecology I

S57

Climate Change II

S57

Climate Change II

S16

Agrarian Landscapes II

CO-15

Land Use Change VII

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

S04

Climate Change I

S37

Land Use Change VI

S28

Forest Ecology II

P04

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

P22

Poster: Habitat

CO-28

Ecosystem Services VI

S37

Land Use Change VI

S01

Land Use Change I

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

P03

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Karsten

Grunewald

Carbon Stocks and Flows in the


Landscape; Alessandro Gimona

Thursday, July 9

1:40 PM - 2:30 PM

Sabine

Grunwald

Karsten Grunewald, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development, Germany; Miglena
Zhiyanski, Stoyan Nedkov Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
S. Grunwald" (and research team), University of Florida

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

zhihui

Case Study Application of


Landscape Ecological Thinking to
Applications in Forest Landscape
Ecology: Evolution, Progress and
Simulating climate change,
management and disturbances on
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and

Wednesday, July 8

4:00 PM - 4:15 PM

Glenn

Monday, July 6

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Eric

Germany Ecosystem based information system and treeline area-related ecosystem


services covering sensitive mountain areas in Bulgaria
United
Soil and Terrestrial Carbon Space-Time Trajectories in the United States
States
gu
USA
Scaling effect of City Park Cool Island based on ENVI-met Microclimate
simultions
Guntensperge USA
Spatial conservation planning and climate uncertainty
n
Gustafson
USA
Assessing the vulnerability of forested landscapes to climate change

Thursday, July 9

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Eric

Gustafson

USA

Zhihui Gu*, College of Architecutre & Urban Planning, Shenzhen University; Lei Yuan,College of Architecture
& Urban Planning, Shenzhen University
Glenn Guntenspergen, U.S. Geological Survey*; Jennifer Olker, University of Minnesota-Duluth; Amy Ando,
University of Illinois; Minday Mallory, University of Illinois; Jennifer Fraterrigo, University of Illinois
Eric J. Gustafson, US Forest Service, Northern Research Station; Melissa S. Lucash, Portland State
University; Robert M. Scheller, Portland State University; Sturtevant, Brian R., US Forest Service, Northern
Eric J. Gustafson, US Forest Service, Northern Research Station

Wednesday, July 8

9:20 AM - 9:35 AM

Eric

Gustafson

USA

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

11:05 AM - 11:20 AM

Kevin

Gutzwiller

United
States
Mexico

The history and future of LANDIS-II

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Conrado

The Landscapes Metabolism:


Monday, July 6
Interweaving the Landscape
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows Thursday, July 9
and Demands in and Between
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Opportunities and constraints in the Wednesday, July 8
restoration and management of
Landscapes and Health: Exploring Wednesday, July 8
the Impact of Landscapes on
Urban Landscape Ecology: Global Monday, July 6
Perspectives; Chunyang He
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM

Dagmar

Guzman
Flores
Haase

10:10 AM - 10:30 AM

Dagmar

Haase

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Liat

Hadar

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Keala

Hagmann

1:20 PM - 1:40 PM

Micah

Hahn

3:40 PM - 4:05 PM

Amy

Hahs

Strengthening the links between climate and succession in forest landscape


models
Cross-pattern and cross-scale interaction effects of landscape characteristics
on avian persistence thresholds: implications for broad-scale conservation
Nitrous oxide emissions from denitrification in a mountain subtropical forest in
Mexico
Germany Urban land teleconnections and urbanity two new approaches to explore
current global urbanization and its impact on sustainability
Germany Diversity of ecosystem services in European cities: Patterns of demand and
supply
ISRAEL Three-dimensional visualization as a science-based tool for assessing future
ecological landscapes and for supporting management decisions: Example
United
Evidence of high-severity fire in historical inventory of fire-prone forests
States
United
Land cover, climate, and demographic characteristics associated with
States
counties reporting human West Nile virus disease in the United States, 2004Australia Comparative analyses of urban ecosystems- lessons from Australia

11:05 AM - 11:20 AM

Katherine

Halstead

US

Building Regional Sustainability in


Urban Agglomerations: The History,
Building Regional Sustainability in
Urban Agglomerations: The History,
Building Regional Sustainability in
Urban Agglomerations: The History,
Innovations in Landscape Planning:
Exploring Novel Approaches and
Socio-ecological System Modelling
in Support of Adaptation of the

Tuesday, July 7

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Ji

Han

Tuesday, July 7

8:40 AM - 8:55 AM

Ji

Han

Tuesday, July 7

9:35 AM - 9:55 AM

Ji

Han

Wednesday, July 8

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Ji

Han

Thursday, July 9

9:30 AM - 9:45 AM

Marc

Hanewinkel

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Ruifang

Hao

Monday, July 6

Dagmar Haase, Neele Larondelle, Nadja Kabisch Humboldt Universitt zu Berlin and Gelmholtz Centre for
Environmental Research - UFZ
Liat Hadar, Ramat Hanadiv Nature Park*; Jochen Mlder, Lenne'3D GmbH; Agnes Kirchhoff, Lenne'3D ; Avi
Perevolotsky, Volcani Center, ARO; Yagil Osem, Volcani Center, ARO
Keala Hagmann*, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington; Jerry F. Franklin,
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington.
Micah B. Hahn1,2, Andrew J. Monaghan1, Roger S. Nasci2, Marc Fischer2 1National Center for
Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO; 2Division of Vector-Borne Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and
Amy K. Hahs*, Australian Research Centre for Urban Ecology, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne; Mark J.
McDonnell, Australian Research Centre for Urban Ecology, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne
What drives avian species diversity? A species-centered approach to testing Katherine E. Halstead*, Klamath Bird Observatory; John D. Alexander, Klamath Bird Observatory; Jaime L.
the environmental filtering versus landscape species pool hypotheses
Stephens, Klamath Bird Observatory; Matthew G. Betts, Oregon State University
Moderated Discussion
Moderators: Ji Han, Wei-Ning Xiang, Marina Alberti, Kenichi Nakagami
Symposium Opening Remarks

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Elisa

Hardt

Urbanization in the Shanghai-Yangtze River Delta Urban Agglomeration


(SHYRDUA), China: Its trajectories, landscape impacts, and ecological
China
Modeling Urban Retreat toward Sustainability by integrating the index of
Quality of Life with Cellular Automata
Germany MOTIVE - adaptive forest management in several European case studies:
Participatory modelling with consideration of uncertainties

Identifying the relationships between ecosystem services across scales: a


case study in the Northern Agri-pastoral transition zone, China
Brazil
Biodiversity conservation in Brazilian coffee farms: impacts of certification

Research Priorities in
Monday, July 6
Computational Landscape Ecology;
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

William

Hargrove

USA

Directions in Computationally Intensive Landscape Ecology

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Austin

Harner

USA

Monday, July 6, 2015

10:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Karen

Harper

Canada

Monday, July 6

1:20 PM - 1:50 PM

Paula

Harrison

UK

Distribution and Prediction of Human Cases of Spotted Fever Group


Rickettsia and Lyme Disease in North Carolina and Virginia
Crossing borders between plant communities: patterns of vegetation across
edges in natural heterogeneous landscapes
A Web-based Integrated Assessment Model to Support Policy in Europe

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Dylan

Operationalizing the Ecosystem


Services Concept: Building a

China

Thursday, July 9, 2015

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Brian

Harrison-Atlas United
States
Harvey
USA

Integration of Landscape Ecology


into Ecosystem Service
Urban Landscape Ecology: Global
Perspectives; Chunyang He
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and
Rethinking Landscape Degradation
Analysis and Prevention in Agrarian

Tuesday, July 7

9:30 AM - 9:45 AM

Shizuka

Hashimoto

Japan

Monday, July 6

1:50 PM - 2:10 PM

Chunyang

He

China

Wednesday, July 8

10:20 AM - 10:35 AM

Hong

He

USA

Wednesday, July 8

3:35 PM - 4:00 PM

Hong

He

Monday, July 6

2:45 PM - 3:00 PM

Florence

Hecq

Ireland

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6

11:20 AM - 11:35 AM

Paul

Heimowitz

USA

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Lucas

Heintzman

USA

Keeping Pace with Climate


Change: Resilience in Coastal
Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,
Limits and Implications for
Emerging Temperate Rainforest
Dynamics: Comparing Expected

Monday, July 6

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Lenaig

Hemery

USA

Wednesday, July 8

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Ernest

Hennig

Canada

Tuesday, July 7

10:30 AM - 10:40 AM

Paul

Hennon

USA

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Mary

Henry

USA

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Johannes

Hermes

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Pierre-Alexis HERRAULT

France

Influence of map accuracy on modelling species diversity of hoverflies

Thursday, July 9, 2015

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Dustin

Herrmann

USA

Wednesday, July 8

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Anna

Hersperger

Monday, July 6

11:05 AM - 11:25 AM

Felix

Herzog

Monday, July 6

4:10 PM - 4:25 PM

Felix

Herzog

Switzerla
nd
Switzerla
nd
Switzerla
nd

Soils of Shrinking Cities: Properties and Potential for Multiple Ecosystem


Services
Implementation of measures against urban sprawl: learning from best
practices in Switzerland
Alpine summer farming in Switzerland: Marginal grasslands between
abandonment and intensification
Biodiversity monitoring in agricultural landscapes: Why What Where
When?

Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows Thursday, July 9


and Demands in and Between
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,


Limits and Implications for
Mountain Land Use Changes and
Ecosystem Services
Landscape Action Through Flows
and Place: Interfaces Between

Eric J. Gustafson*, USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station; Arjan M.G. De Bruijn, Purdue
University; Brian R. Sturtevant, USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station
Kevin J. Gutzwiller*, Baylor University; Samuel K. Riffell, Mississippi State University; Curtis H. Flather, USDA
Forest Service
Conrado M. Guzman-Flores, CINVESTAV-IPN*; Victor Jaramillo, CIEco UNAM; Jose Antonio Vera-Nuez,
CINVESTAV-IPN; Juan Jose Pea-Cabriales, CINVESTAV-IPN
Dagmar Haase Humboldt Universitt zu Berlin and Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ

Characterizing interacting effects of streamflow and temperature on the


vulnerability of fishes in the Western U.S. to climate change
Spatial heterogeneity of burn severity in forests of the Northern Rocky
Mountains (1984-2010)
Are agri-environmental schemes effective for the sustainable provision of
ecosystem services?: Case of Noto peninsula, Japan
How many people can global drylands supportPerspective from water
stress index dynamics under climate change and urbanization
Forest Landscape ModelsWhere Is the State of the Art?
Group Discussion
Effects of scale and landscape structure on pollinator diversity and plant
pollinator interaction networks in semi-natural grasslands.
Using Surrogate Species to Capture the "Essence" of a Landscape
Urbanization of Playa Wetlands in the Southern High Plains: Present and
Future Patterns Under Four Growth and Climate Scenarios
Diversity and species distribution modelling of sea stars along the Pacific
Northwest continental shelf
Drivers of Urban Sprawl in Europe

A range-wide climate vulnerability assessment of yellow-cedar along a 20


degree latitudinal span of the Pacific Coast temperate rainforest
Mapping Burn Scars on Mount Kenya, Central Kenya using Landsat Data
and MODIS Active Fire Detection
Germany Mapping Cultural Ecosystem Services Potentials in Germany

Ji Han*, East China Normal University


Ji Han*, Wei-Ning Xiang, Ying Chen - Shanghai Key Lab for Urban Ecological Processes and EcoRestoration, School of Resources & Environmental Sciences, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China
Ji Han*, East China Normal University
Marc Hanewinkel a) and Marcus Lindner b) a) Chair of Forestry Economics and Forest Planning, University
of Freiburg, Tennenbacherstr. 4, D-79102 Freiburg, Germany; marc.hanewinkel@ife.uni-freiburg.de b)
Ruifang Hao, State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology/ Center for HumanEnvironment System Sustainability (CHESS), Beijing Normal University
Elisa Hardt*, Federal University of So Paulo - Department of Biological Sciences; Edoardo Borgomeo,
University of Oxford - Environmental Change Institute; Rozely F. dos Santos, University of So Paulo William W. Hargrove*, USDA Forest Service; Forrest M. Hoffman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Jitendra
Kumar, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Steven P. Norman, USDA Forest Service
Austin J. Harner*, Appalachian State University; Steven W. Seagle, Appalachian State University
Karen A. Harper, Saint Mary's University
Paula Harrison, University of Oxford; Mark Rounsevell, University of Edinburgh; Marc Metzger*, University of
Edinburgh
Dylan Harrison-Atlas*, Graduate Degree Program in Ecology, Colorado State University; David Theobald,
Conservation Science Partners; LeRoy Poff, Department of Biology and Graduate Degree Program in
Brian J. Harvey, University of Colorado-Boulder
Shizuka Hashimoto and Tomoya Kishioka, Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Kyoto
University
Chunyang He, Zhifeng Liu Center for Human-Environment System Sustainability (CHESS), State Key
Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology (ESPRE), Beijing Normal University, China
Hong S. He*, School of Natural Resources, University of Missouri; Wen J. Wang, School of Natural
Resources, University of Missouri; Frank R. Thompson, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station;
Hong S. He*, School of Natural Resources, University of Missouri; Wen J. Wang, School of Natural
Resources, University of Missouri; Frank R. Thompson, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station;
Florence Hecq*, Department of Botany Trinity College Dublin; Sarah Mullen, Department of Botany Trinity
College Dublin; David Bourke, Department of Botany Trinity College Dublin; Jane Stout, Department of Botany
Paul Heimowitz*, Stephen Zylstra U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Pacific Regional Office; Jodie Delavan,
Dolores Weisbaum U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office
Lucas J. Heintzman*, Texas Tech University; Nancy E. McIntyre, Texas Tech University
Lenaig G. Hemery*, Oregon State University Hatfield Marine Science Center; Chris Romsos, Oregon State
University College of Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences; Scott Marion, Oregon Department of
Ernest I. Hennig, Concordia University, Montral, Qubec, Canada Jochen A.G. Jaeger, Concordia
University, Montral, Qubec, Canada
Tomas Soukup, GISAT, Prague, Czech Republic, and European
Paul Hennon, USFS; Stefan Zeglen, BC Min of For; Joel Trubilowisz, UBC; Sari Saunders, BC Min of For;
Bill Floyd, BC Min of For; Connie Harrington, USFS; Dave D'Amore, USFS; Brian Buma, UAS; Allison
Mary C. Henry*, Miami University; John K. Maingi, Miami University; Jessica L. McCarty, Michigan Tech
Research Institute; John Ngugi, Kenya Forestry Research Institute; Gabriel Muturi, Kenya Forestry Research
Johannes Hermes*, Institute for Environmental Planning, Leibniz Universitt Hannover; Christian Albert,
Institute for Environmental Planning, Leibniz Universitt Hannover and Department of Environmental Politics,
P.-A Herrault1,3, L. Larrieu2 ; A. Ouin1, D. Sheeren1* 1University of Toulouse, INP-ENSAT, UMR 1201
DYNAFOR, France 2INRA, UMR 1201 DYNAFOR, France 3University of Toulouse, Toulouse Jean Jaurs,
Dustin L Herrmann*, ORISE/US EPA, Cincinnati, OH; William D Shuster, NRMRL-US EPA; Ahjond S
Garmestani, NRMRL-US EPA; Angela Knerl, ORISE/US EPA; Katelyn Gilkey, NRMRL-US EPA
Anna M. Hersperger*, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL; Gierina Cathomas, Swiss Federal Research
Institute WSL
Felix Herzog, Agroscope; Irmi Seidl, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL;
Rosa Boeni, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL; Stefan Lauber, Swiss
Felix Herzog*, Agroscope, Institute for Sustainability Sciences; Janet Franklin, School of Geographical
Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

S38

Disturbance Ecology II

S11

Land Use Change II

Opportunities and constraints in the Wednesday, July 8


restoration and management of
Modeling Drivers and
Monday, July 6
Consequences of Land Change:
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

P22

Poster: Habitat

CO-01

Agrarian Landscapes IV

Monday, July 6, 2015

P04

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

Monday, July 6

S39

Ecosystem Services III

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Paul

Hessburg

USA

Restoring Fire-Prone Landscapes: Seven Core Principles

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Richard

Hewitt

Spain

Who knows best? the role of stakeholder knowledge in land use models

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Ryan

Hill

USA

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Scott

Hillard

USA

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Paul F. Hessburg*, PNW Research Station (PNWRS); Andrew J. Larson, University of Montana; Derek J.
Churchill, University of Washington; Ryan D. Haugo, The Nature Conservancy; Carol Miller, RMRS, Aldo
Richard Hewitt*, Observatorio para una Cultura del Territorio

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Yoshihiko

Hirabuki

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Leticia

Hissa

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

Richard

Hobbs

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Forrest

Hoffman

P21

Interfaces Between Landscape


Wednesday, July 8
Structure and Ecosystems
Special Topic
John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial Wednesday, July 8
Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Methods: Computation I
Research Priorities in
Monday, July 6
Computational Landscape Ecology;
Poster: Methods: Geospatial
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Towards national mapping of aquatic condition (II): Predicting the probable


biological condition of USA streams and rivers
Hybrid Poplar Site Suitability and Water Resource Impact Modeling in
Michigan
JAPAN Rapid and Heterogeneous Vegetation Recovery Following the 2011
Earthquake/Tsunami: New Findings Supporting Integrated Coastal-Ecotone
Germany Annual carbon budget from deforestation, fragmentation and regrowth in
Southeastern Amazon
Australia Pushing the paradigm: why ongoing challenges to current thinking are
required
USA
High Performance Computational Landscape Ecology

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

John

Hogland

USA

Function Modeling: a fast and efficient spatial modeling framework

CO-27

Fire Ecology

Thursday, July 9, 2015

2:40 PM - 2:55 PM

Lisa

Holsinger

USA

S28

Forest Ecology II

Tuesday, July 7

9:15 AM - 9:25 AM

Andres

Holz

USA

Barriers to the spread of wildland fire: quantifying the role of past fire
disturbance and topography
Altered fire regimes in temperate rainforests in Patagonia and Tasmania.

CO-23

Forest Ecology IV

Thursday, July 9, 2015

10:35 AM - 10:50 AM

Jason

Hon

Malaysia Managing Beyond Protected Areas for the Conservation of Wildlife

Andres Holz*, Portland State University; Sam W. Wood, University of Tasmania, Australia; Juan Paritsis,
Ecotono INIBIOMA Lab, Universidad del Comahue, Argentina; Thomas T. Veblen, University of Colorado;
Jason Hon, Policy Manager / Conservation Spatial Planning WWF Malaysia

S41

Coastal Landscapes I

Sun-Kee

HONG

Korea

Values of Korean Tidal flat as National Park

Sun-Kee HONG, Institution for Marine & Island Cultures, Mokpo National University, Korea

Biocultural Landscapes II

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Sun-Kee

HONG

Korea

Global Island Biocultural Diversity Initiative: Background, Progress and Goal

Sun-Kee HONG, Institution for Marine & Island Cultures, Mokpo National University, Korea

S05

Methods: Computation I

1:20 PM - 1:40 PM

Mevin

Hooten

USA

Statistical dimension reduction and computation in spatial ecology

Mevin B. Hooten *, Colorado State University

P03

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Constantina Hossu

S01

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services
Land Use Change I

Coastal Wetland Functions and


Thursday, July 9
Responses to Landscape Change:
Biocultural Landscape Diversity:
Wednesday, July 8
Building Bridges from Global
Research Priorities in
Monday, July 6
Computational Landscape Ecology;
Monday, July 6

10:50 AM - 11:05 AM

S53

Monday, July 6

11:40 AM - 11:55 AM

Constantina Hossu

S07

Urban Ecology I

Monday, July 6

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Ganlin

Huang

CO-10

Monday, July 6, 2015

4:50 PM - 5:05 PM

Qiongyu

Huang

S07

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity III
Urban Ecology I

Mountain Land Use Changes and


Ecosystem Services
Urban Landscape Ecology: Global
Perspectives; Chunyang He

Monday, July 6

4:05 PM - 4:30 PM

Shu-Li

Huang

S40

Urban Ecology VI

Wednesday, July 8

11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

Zheng

Huang

S05

Methods: Computation I

Monday, July 6

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Falk

Huettmann

S10

Monday, July 6

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Matthew

Iacchei

CO-28

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I
Ecosystem Services VI

Urban Landscape Ecology: Global


Perspectives; Chunyang He
Landscapes and Health: Exploring
the Impact of Landscapes on
Research Priorities in
Computational Landscape Ecology;
Waterscape Genetics: New
Perspectives on Connectivity in

Thursday, July 9, 2015

2:40 PM - 2:55 PM

Yoshihiko

Iida

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Ayumi

Imanishi

P01

Poster: Connectivity

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Junichi

Imanishi

CO-01

Agrarian Landscapes IV

Monday, July 6, 2015

11:15 AM - 11:30 AM

Diego

Incln

CO-18

Agrarian Landscapes V

Justice

Inkoom

Ecosystem Services V

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Thursday, July 9

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

S52

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM

Justice

Inkoom

S13

Urban Ecology III

Monday, July 6

1:20 PM - 1:40 PM

luis

inostroza

S13

Urban Ecology III

Monday, July 6

5:00 PM - 5:20 PM

luis

inostroza

S14

Biocultural Landscapes I

Monday, July 6

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Ekeoba

Isikhuemen

Nigeria

S57

Climate Change II

Wednesday, July 8

11:05 AM - 11:20 AM

Louis

Iverson

USA

S30

Wednesday, July 8

9:50 AM - 10:10 AM

Jochen

Jaeger

Canada

S37

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VI
Land Use Change VI

Wednesday, July 8

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Jochen

Jaeger

Canada

S12

Disturbance Ecology I

Monday, July 6

1:20 PM - 1:30 PM

Patrick

James

S12

Disturbance Ecology I

Monday, July 6

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Patrick

James

S12

Disturbance Ecology I

Monday, July 6

4:50 PM - 5:00 PM

Patrick

James

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

Wednesday, July 8

1:45 PM - 2:05 PM

Bemigisha

S31

Climate Change III

Thursday, July 9

10:10 AM -10:30 AM

S56

Urban Ecology VII

Thursday, July 9

CO-10

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity III
Urban Ecology II

S33
S05

S03
S18
S17

Coupled Human Natural


Systems II
Land Use Change IV

S57

Climate Change II

Emerging Temperate Rainforest


Dynamics: Comparing Expected

Ecosystem Services in Land Use


Planning and Land Use Policy: How
The Landscapes Metabolism:
Interweaving the Landscape
The Landscapes Metabolism:
Interweaving the Landscape
Bridging Cultural Landscapes and
Landscape Ecology; Tobias
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and
Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of
Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,
Limits and Implications for
Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking
Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,
Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking
Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,
Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking
Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,
Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support
Climate Change and Biotic
Interactions: Linking Theory, Data
Understanding the Role of Green
Spaces in Mitigating Urban
The Changing Urban Landscapes
and Ecosystem Services: Problems
Meeting the Challenge of
Landscape Sustainability:
Drivers and Outcomes of Regime
Shifts in Land-Use Systems; Van
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and

Romania Potentially conflicting ecosystem services: the use of participatory mapping in


Romanias Carpathians
Romania Landscapes historical persistence and stakeholders perspective over
traditional land-uses. The case of Romanias Carpathians
China
Spatial patterns of human well-being and ecosystem services: A multi-scale
analysis in Beijing, China
United
The Influence of Vegetation Height Heterogeneity on Forest and Woodland
States
Bird Species Richness across the United States
Taiwan Urban Transition and Resilient Urban Development: Climate impacts and
spatio-temporal assessment of urban vulnerability
China
Impact of connectivity on disease risk in metapopulations: inferring the
relative importance of dilution versus facilitation effect
USA
What Machine Learning, Ensembles and Open Access have brought us:
Seeing the Data Signals in the Trees of changing Landscapes worldwide for
USA
Pelagicscape genomics: what are the factors driving genomic differentiation
in holoplankton?
JAPAN Multi-scale Ecosystem Services Assessment Using Mapping Information - A
Case of Hokuriku region level, Ishikawa prefecture level, Kanazawa city level,
Japan
The vegetative landscape and resource utilization of two Japanese shrines
found in historical documents of forest management from the 17th to 18th
Japan
Mowing in agricultural activity maintains alternative habitat of an endangered
grassland species Gentiana thunbergii (G. Don) Griseb.
Italy
Landscape effects on spillover of insect natural enemies between crop and
non-crop habitats
Germany Evaluating appropriate landscape metrics for ecosystem service assessment
on agricultural land uses in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Germany Impact of the Spatial Arrangement of Agricultural Land Use on Ecosystems
Services and Peri-Urban Livelihoods at the Landscape Scale.
Germany The Landscape metabolism: a new cross disciplinary conceptualization.

Ryan A. Hill*, ORISE c/o US EPA Western Ecology Division, Marc H. Weber, Scott G. Leibowitz, Anthony R.
Olsen, US EPA Western Ecology Division
Scott Hillard*, Robert Froese Michigan Technological University, School of Forest Resources and
Environmental Science
Yoshihiko Hirabuki*, Tohoku Gakuin University; Mizuki Tomita, Tokyo University of Information Sciences;
Hiroshi Kanno, Tohoku Afforestation and Environmental Protection Co., Ltd.; Jun Nishihiro, Toho University;
Letcia Hissa*, Geography Department and Integrative Research Institute on Transformations of
HumanEnvironment Systems - Humboldt Universitt zu Berlin; Hannes Mller, Geography Department Richard Hobbs, University of Western Australia
Forrest M. Hoffman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; William W. Hargrove, USDA-Forest Service Eastern
Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center; Jitendra Kumar, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Zachary
John Hogland*, USDA/RMRS; Nathaniel Anderson, USDA/RMRS
Lisa Holsinger*, Sean Parks, Carol Miller, RMRS Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute

Constantina Hossu*, Institute of Research of University of Bucharest ICUB, Transdisciplinary Research


Centre Landscape-Territory-Information Systems CeLTIS; Ileana Ptru-Stupariu, Institute of Research of
Ileana Patru-Stupariu, Institute of Research of University of Bucharest ICUB and Transdisciplinary Research
Centre Landscape-Territory-Information Systems CeLTIS - Romania; Constantina Alina Hossu*, Institute of
Ganlin Huang State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology (ESPRE), Beijing
Normal University
Qiongyu Huang*,Department of Geographical Sciences, University of Maryland at College Park; Anu
Swatantran, Department of Geographical Sciences, University of Maryland at College Park; Ralph Dubayah,
Shu-Li Huang*, Graduate Institute of Urban Planning, National Taipei University, Taiwan; Ying-Chieh Lee, LeeMing Institute of Technology, Taiwan; Li-Fang Chang, Graduate Insitute of Urban Planning, National Taipei
Zheng Huang, School of Life Sciences; Frank van Langevelde, Wageningen University; Herbert Prins,
Wageningen University; Fred de Boer, Wageningen University
Falk Huettmann, EWHALE lab- Inst. of Arctic Biology, Biology & Wildlife Department, University of Alaska
Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
Matthew Iacchei*, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Lauren VanWoudenberg, University of Hawaii at Manoa;
Robert Toonen, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology; Erica Goetze, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Yoshihiko Iida*, UNU-IAS OUIK; Siew Fong Chen, Regional Environmental Planning Inc.; Tadashi Masuzawa,
Regional Environmental Planning Inc.; Hajime Ise, Regional Environmental Planning Inc.; Yosuke Amano,
Ayumi Imanishi*, Kindai University; Junichi Imanishi, Kyoto University
Ayumi Imanishi, Kindai University; Junichi Imanishi*, Kyoto University; Naoki Kawase, Minakuchi Kodomo-nomori Nature Museum; Yosihiro Natuhara, Nagoya University
Diego J. Incln*, DAFNAE-Entomology, University of Padova; Pierfilippo Cerretti, DAFNAE-Entomology,
University of Padova; Lorenzo Marini, DAFNAE-Entomology, University of Padova
Justice Nana Inkoom*, Centre for Development Research, University of Bonn; Susanne Frank, Centre for
Development Research, University of Bonn; Christine Frst, Centre for Development Research, University of
Justice Nana Inkoom*, Centre for Development Research; Christine Frst, Centre for Development Research;
Susanne Frank, Centre for Development Research.
Luis Inostroza, Institute of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Technische Universitat Dresden

Closing Discussion & Concluding Remarks


Reversing Biodiversity Loss and Land Degradation Across Agricultural
Landscape in Southern Nigeria
Comparing approaches and outputs from an enhanced niche model
(TreeAtlas/DISTRIB) to Landis Pro for forest managers in central and
The City Biodiversity Index (CBI) of the CBD: Striking a balance between
practical applicability and scientific rigour
What is the extent of urban sprawl in Europe? A multi-scale analysis of a
continent
Introduction to Symposium

Ekeoba Matthew Isikhuemen, University of Benin, Benin City, NIGERIA

Canada

Linking silvicultural and natural enemies hypotheses of forest insect


outbreaks
Concluding Discussion

Patrick James*, Universit de Montral

Jane

Uganda

Jane Bemigisha, ESIPPS International Ltd.

Jill

Jankowski

Canada

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Maya

Jarrad

USA

Integrating landscape assessments and gender variables with sustainable


development initiatives in Uganda
Predicting current and future bird species distributions with biotic interactions
along elevational gradients
Urban Watershed Restoration Projects and Property Values

Monday, July 6, 2015

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Karl

Jarvis

USA

Monday, July 6

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Darrel

Jenerette

Tuesday, July 7

9:00 AM - 9:20 AM

Anke

Jentsch

Tuesday, July 7

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Jepsen

Wednesday, July 8

4:00 PM - 4:15 PM

Martin
Rudbeck
Wenchi

Jin

Analysis of neighborhood-level genetic diversity and simulation modeling


suggest road impacts on a small mammal
United
Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in the Los Angeles, USA Metropolitan
States
Region
Germany Assessing ecosystem services from two coordinated, distributed experiments
on biodiversity and productivity across 30 countries (HerbDivNet and
Denmark Transitions in European Land-Management Regimes between 1800 and
2010
United
Carbon sink, source or equilibrium? How does the role of the U.S. Central
States
Hardwood Forest change?

Louis R. Iverson*, USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station, Delaware OH; Anantha Prasad, USDA
Forest Service, Northern Research Station, Delaware OH; Stephen Matthews, Ohio State University and
Jochen A.G. Jaeger, Concordia University Montreal
Jochen A.G. Jaeger*, Concordia University Montreal; Tomas Soukup, GISAT Prague and European Topic
Center of Land Use and Spatial Information (ETC LUSI); Erika Orlitova, GISAT Prague and European Topic
Patrick James*, Universit de Montral

Patrick James*, Universit de Montral

*Jill E. Jankowski, University of British Columbia, Canada Gustavo A. Londoo, Universidad ICESI, Colombia
Scott K. Robinson, University of Florida, USA Mark A. Chappell, University of California, Riverside, USA
Noelwah Netusil, Reed College; Maya Jarrad*, Reed College
Karl Jarvis*, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University; Sam Cushman, Rocky Mountain Research
Station, US Forest Service; Brett Dickson, Conservation Science Partners and Northern Arizona University;
Darrel Jenerette, University of California Riverside
Anke Jentsch*; SIGNAL consortium; HerbDivNet consortium
Martin Rudbeck Jepsen, University of Copenhagen, Section for Geography, Institute of Geosciences and
Natural Resource Management; Tobias Kuemmerle, Humboldt University, Berlin; Daniel Mller, Humboldt
Wenchi Jin*, University of Missouri; Hong S. He, University of Missouri; Frank R. Thompson III, Northern
Research Station, USDA Forest Service; Wen J. Wang, University of Missouri

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

S08

Forest Ecology I

CO-09

Coastal Landscapes II

S15

Connectivity I

S38

Disturbance Ecology II

S01

Land Use Change I

S17

Land Use Change IV

CO-24

Aquatic Ecology II

P22
CO-09
S36

Landscape Planning II

S36

Landscape Planning II

S36

Landscape Planning II

S36

Landscape Planning II

S36

Landscape Planning II

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

S57

Climate Change II

S05

Methods: Computation I

S08

Forest Ecology I

S34

S37

Coupled Human Natural


Systems IV
Popluation, Genetics, and
Biodiversity VI
Land Use Change VI

S40

Urban Ecology VI

S41

Coastal Landscapes I

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

S49

Coupled Human Natural


Systems V
Coupled Human Natural
Systems V
Coupled Human Natural
Systems V
Disturbance Ecology II

S30

S49
S49
S38
S02

Applications in Forest Landscape


Ecology: Evolution, Progress and

Monday, July 6

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Chris

Johnson

Canada

Monday, July 6, 2015

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Lucinda

Johnson

Landscape Connectivity and Its


Implications for Conservation
Opportunities and constraints in the
restoration and management of
Mountain Land Use Changes and
Ecosystem Services
Drivers and Outcomes of Regime
Shifts in Land-Use Systems; Van

Monday, July 6

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Carol

Johnston

United
States
USA

Wednesday, July 8

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

James

Johnston

USA

Monday, July 6

10:05 AM -10:25 AM

Bhagwati

Joshi

India

Tuesday, July 7

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Jason

Julian

USA

Thursday, July 9, 2015

10:20 AM - 10:35 AM

Christopher

Kaase

Poster: Habitat

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Mahito

Kamada

United
States
Japan

Coastal Landscapes II

Monday, July 6, 2015

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Adnan

Kaplan

Turkey

Case Study Application of


Landscape Ecological Thinking to
Case Study Application of
Landscape Ecological Thinking to
Case Study Application of
Landscape Ecological Thinking to
Case Study Application of
Landscape Ecological Thinking to
Case Study Application of
Landscape Ecological Thinking to
Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and
Research Priorities in
Computational Landscape Ecology;
Applications in Forest Landscape
Ecology: Evolution, Progress and
Socio-ecological System Modelling
in Support of Adaptation of the
Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of
Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,
Limits and Implications for
Landscapes and Health: Exploring
the Impact of Landscapes on
Coastal Wetland Functions and
Responses to Landscape Change:

Wednesday, July 8

1:40 PM - 1:45 PM

Sadahisa

Kato

Wednesday, July 8

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Sadahisa

Kato

Wednesday, July 8

2:15 PM - 2:45 PM

Sadahisa

Kato

Wednesday, July 8

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Sadahisa

Wednesday, July 8

9:20 AM - 9:30 AM

Wednesday, July 8

Food & Forests: Linking Food


Security, Livelihoods and Ecological
Food & Forests: Linking Food
Security, Livelihoods and Ecological
Food & Forests: Linking Food
Security, Livelihoods and Ecological
Opportunities and constraints in the
restoration and management of
Cross-Boundary, Cross-Scale
Understanding of Social-Ecological

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Developments in the Application of Species Distribution Models for


Understanding Human Caused Disturbance and Habitat Change across
Use and Interpretation of Human Disturbance Gradients for Condition
Assessment in Great Lakes Coastal Ecosystems
Beaver Alteration of Landscape Connectivity: A Graph Theory Approach

Chris J. Johnson*, Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Institute, University of Northern British
Columbia; Michael Bridger, NRES Graduate Program, University of Northern British Columbia; Michael P.
Lucinda B. Johnson*, Natural Resources Research Institute, University of Minnesota Duluth; J. David Allan,
University of Michigan; Meijun Cai, Natural Resources Research Institute, University of Minnesota Duluth;
Carol A Johnston, South Dakota State University

Historical fire effects on forest structure and composition in the southern Blue
Mountains, OR, USA
Land Use Changes and their Impact Biodiversity in High Mountain
Ecosystems:
Shifting sediment runoff regimes in a New Zealand watershed resulting from
land use and climate changes
Patterns of sediment accumulation and characteristics across a Coastal Plain
floodplain: The importance of hydrogeomorphic influences and crossNiche Modeling of Three Swallow Species Using Civic Survey Data:
Availability of Smartphone-assisted Survey System
Urban coastal landscapes in transition in the research-based project studio

James Johnston*; John Bailey. Oregon State University


Bhagwati Joshi, Department of Geography, Government Post Graduate College Rudrapur, Uttarakhand, India
Jason P. Julian*, Texas State University; Ioannis Kamarinas, Texas State University; Kirsten de Beurs,
Oklahoma University; Braden Owsley, Texas State University; Andrew Hughes, NIWA
Christopher T. Kaase*, University of South Carolina; John A. Kupfer, University of South Carolina
Mahito Kamada, Institute of Technology and Science, Tokushima Universtity, Japan

Recap from Morning Session

Dr. Adnan Kaplan Ege (Aegean) University Faculty of Agriculture Department of Landscape Architecture
zmir, Trkiye (Turkey)
Sadahisa Kato, Ibaraki University

Question & Answer with Audience of Morning Session

Sadahisa Kato, Ibaraki University


Sadahisa Kato, Ibaraki University

Kato

Issues and Challenges with regards to the Implementation of Green


Infrastructure Concept in Japan
Quesiton & Answer and Closing Discussion

Sadahisa

Kato

Symposium & Presenter Introductions

Sadahisa Kato, Ibaraki University

2:05 PM - 2:25 PM

Niina

Kyhk

Wednesday, July 8

1:40 PM - 1:55 PM

Robert

Keane

Monday, July 6

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Timothy

Keitt

Monday, July 6

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Asia

Khamzina

Thursday, July 9

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Joanne

Khew

Wednesday, July 8

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Felix

Kienast

Wednesday, July 8

9:15 AM - 9:20 AM

Felix

Kienast

Wednesday, July 8

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Felix

Kienast

Thursday, July 9

11:05 AM - 11:20 AM

Jae-Eun

KIM

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Motonori

Kimura

Thursday, July 9

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Kate

Kirby

Thursday, July 9

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Kate

Kirby

Thursday, July 9

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Kate

Kirby

Canada

Wednesday, July 8

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Katherine

Kirkman

Monday, July 6

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Jeffrey

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Kristina

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Insu

Koh

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Insu

Koh

Understanding the Role of Green


Spaces in Mitigating Urban

Thursday, July 9

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Fanhua

KONG

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Samuel

Kovach

Operationalizing the Ecosystem


Services Concept: Building a
Emerging Temperate Rainforest
Dynamics: Comparing Expected

Monday, July 6

3:20 PM - 3:50 PM

Malgorzata

Kowalczyk

Tuesday, July 7

10:40 AM - 10:50 AM

John

Thursday, July 9, 2015

10:20 AM - 10:35 AM

Jason

Japan

Participatory landscape character assessment (LCA) for land use planning


and forest management in Zanzibar, Tanzania
United
Exploring complex interactions among multiple disturbance agents in forest
States
landscapes: simulating effects of fire, beetles, and disease under climate
United
Adding mechanism to computational landscape science: When and how
States
much?
Germany Afforestation planning in rehabilitation of degraded agricultural landscape in
Central Asia: An interdisciplinary approach
Japan
Contextualizing Red-List Species Conservation in Urban Areas: Species
Richness and Landscape Preference in Singapore, Tokyo and Vancouver
Switzerla The Swiss landscape monitoring program: bridging the gap between biond
physical space and perceived place
Switzerla Urban sprawl: Methods, drivers, limits and implications for planning
nd
Switzerla Mapping the ecosystem service Recreation at various spatial scales
nd
Republic Traditional and Ecological Utilization of Tidal Flat Ecosystems in Republic of
of
Korea

Transition of Ulmaceae forests and trees in Kyoto city

Authors: Niina Kyhk1, Nora Fagerholm1, Miza Khamis2, Sheha I. Hamdan2, Muhammad J. Muhammad3.
1 University of Turku, Department of Geography and Geology, Turku, Finland. 2 Department of Forestry and
Robert E. Keane, USFS Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory; Rachel Loehman, USGS Anchorage, Alaska;
Jason Clark, USFS Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory; Erica A H Smithwick, Penn State Univ, State College,
Timothy H. Keitt*, University of Texas at Austin
Prof. Dr. Asia Khamzina*, University of Bonn, Center for Development Research (ZEF); Begzod Djalilov,
Center for Development Research (ZEF); Dr. Utkur Djanibekov, University of Bonn, Institute for Food and
Khew Yu Ting Joanne*, The University of Tokyo
Felix Kienast, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL
Felix Kienast, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL
Felix Kienast, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL; Barbara Degenhardt, University of Applied Sciences
and Arts Northwestern Switzerland FHNW, Matthias Buchecker, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL
Jae-Eun KIM; Institution for Marine and Island Cultures, Mokpo National University, Republic of Korea
Motonori Kimura*, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan; Shozo Shibata, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan

Closing Discussion
Organizers

USA

Introduction and Overview: Linking Food Security, Livelihoods and Ecological


Functioning in Coupled Human and Natural Systems
Spatial patterns of forest fragmentation as indicators social-ecological
change in human-dominated tropical landscapes
The longleaf pine ecosystem: ecology and restoration of the FIRE FOREST

Kline

USA

Characterizing private forest owner behavior in fire-prone forest landscapes

Kline

United
States
United
States
United
States
China

Black bear damage in western Oregon: an analysis of landscape-level


impacts
Modeling Status, Trends, and Uncertainty of Native Pollinators across the
U.S.
Does proximity and size of native pollinator nests predict orchard tree yield?

Jeffrey D. Kline*, USDA Forest Service; Eric M. White, Oregon State University; Michael Hall, Oregon State
University
Kristina Kline*, Oregon State University, Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society; Anita T. Morzillo,
University of Connecticut, Department of Natural Resources and the Environment; Jimmy Taylor, National
Insu Koh, University of Vermont; Eric V. Lonsdorf, Frank & Marshall College; Claire Brittain, University of
California Davis; Neal M. Williams, University of California Davis; Rufus Issacs, Michigan State University;
Insu Koh, University of Vermont; Eric V. Lonsdorf, Frank & Marshall College; Derek R. Artz, Pollinating
Insects Research Unit USDA-ARS; Theresa L. Pitts-Signer, Pollinating Insects Research Unit USDA-ARS;
Fanhua KONG ,Haiwei YIN

P04

Coupled Human Natural


Systems I
Poster: Disturbance Ecology

CO-18

Agrarian Landscapes V

P01

Poster: Connectivity

S56

Urban Ecology VII

P03
S06

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services
Ecosystem Services I

S28

Forest Ecology II

CO-23

Forest Ecology IV

P04

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Jason

CO-15

Land Use Change VII

10:05 AM - 10:20 AM

Ramesh

S11

Land Use Change II

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6

4:15 PM - 4:30 PM

Ramesh

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

Monday, July 6

1:30 PM - 1:50 PM

Soren

S14

Biocultural Landscapes I

Monday, July 6

2:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Tobias

3M three main problems of ecosystem services application in land-use


planning
Krapek
USA
Establishment patterns of yellow-cedar (Callitropsis nootkatensis) at a current
range edge: a climate-threatened tree's migration north and east, and
Kreitler
USA
Fuel treatment planning to minimize the loss of ecosystem services: a case
study on the Deschutes National Forest, Oregon
Kreitler
USA
Future wildland fire, sedimentation, and a potential ecosystem service
vulnerability in the American West
Krishnamurthy India
Signs of conservation: trajectory of occupancy status of tiger (Panthera tigris)
and elephant (Elephas maximus) in the Terai Arc Landscape, India
Krishnamurthy India
Anthropogenic drivers of landscape change and configuration in the Ganga
river catchment in the Indian Himalayan Region
Kristensen
Denmark Patterns and drivers of farm-level land use change in selected European
agrarian landscapes
Kuemmerle
Germany Farmland abandonment and intensification in Europe since 1990

S06

Ecosystem Services I

Monday, July 6

3:50 PM - 4:20 PM

Sylwia

Kulczyk

CO-08

Methods: Computation II

Monday, July 6, 2015

5:20 PM - 5:40 PM

Jitendra

Kumar

CO-24

Aquatic Ecology II

Thursday, July 9, 2015

10:35 AM - 10:50 AM

Navneet

Kumar

P03

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Navneet

Kumar

Modeling Drivers and


Consequences of Land Change:
Landscape Action Through Flows
and Place: Interfaces Between
Bridging Cultural Landscapes and
Landscape Ecology; Tobias
Operationalizing the Ecosystem
Services Concept: Building a

Sadahisa Kato, Ibaraki University

United
States
Poland

A Perspective Research on the Cooling Effect of Urban Green Space Areas


with Trees in the City Scale
Land Use Change and Landscape Analysis of the Brazilian Caatinga

Kathryn R. Kirby*, University of Toronto Alexandre Camargo Martensen, University of Toronto Colin Daniel,
University of Toronto Marie-Jose Fortin, University of Toronto
L. Katherine Kirkman J. W. Jones Ecological Research Center

Samuel Kovach*, Steven W. Seagle - Appalachian State University, Deep Gap, North Carolina, USA
Malgorzata Kowalczyk, Institute of Spatial Management and Housing, Warsaw (Poland)
John Krapek*, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Brian Buma, University of Alaska Southeast; David Verbyla,
University of Alaska Fairbanks; David D'Amore, US Forest Service; Paul Hennon, US Forest Service
Jason Kreitler*, WGSC, USGS; Matt Thompson, RMRS, USFS; Nicole Vaillant, WWETAC, USFS;

Jason Kreitler*, WGSC, USGS; Joel B. Sankey, SBSC, USGS; Todd Hawbaker, GECC, USGS; Jason
McVay, Northern Arizona University; Nicole Vaillant, WWETAC, USFS; Scott Lowe, Boise State University;
Ramesh Krishnamurthy*, Wildlife Institute of India; M. Naveen, Wildlife Institute of India; Subhodip Mukherjee,
TERI University
Tanvi Gaur, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University; Ankita Sinha, Wildlife Institute of India; Bhupendra
Singh Adhikari, Wildlife Institute of India; Kiranmay Sarma, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University;
Soren Bech Pilgaard Kristensen*, University of Copenhagen; Anne Gravsholt Busck, University of
Copenhagen
Tobias Kuemmerle, Geography Department, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany and Integrative Research
Institute on Transformations in Human-Environment Systems, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany; Stephan
Poland
Landscape features as a basis for ecosystem services assessment. The
Sylwia Kulczyk*, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies; Malgorzata Kowalczyk,
case of tourism in post-glacial landscape (Great Masurian Lakes, Poland)
Institute of Spatial Management and Housing, Warsaw; Edyta Wozniak, Space Research Centre, Polish
USA
Detecting and Tracking Shifts in National Vegetation Composition Across the Jitendra Kumar*, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; William W. Hargrove, USDA Forest Service; Forrest M.
MODIS Era
Hoffman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Steve Norman, USDA Forest Service; Nathan Collier, Oak Ridge
Germany Land-use Change Analysis and its Impact on Water Resources of Upper
Navneet Kumar*, Center for development research, University of Bonn, Germany; Bernhard Tischbein,
Kharun Catchment, India
Center for development research, University of Bonn, Germany; Mirza Kaleem Beg, Council of Science and
Germany Land-use Change Analysis and its Impact on Water Resources of Upper
Navneet Kumar*, Center for Development Research (ZEF) University of Bonn, Germany; Bernhard
Kharun Catchment, India
Tischbein, Center for Development Research (ZEF) University of Bonn, Germany; Mirza Kaleem Beg,

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

CO-24

Aquatic Ecology II

Thursday, July 9, 2015

9:20 AM - 9:35 AM

John

Kupfer

CO-12

Urban Ecology VIII

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

8:55 AM - 9:10 AM

Jessica

Kurylo

Assessing the Effects of Climate Variability on Lateral Hydrological


Connectivity of Taxodium-Nyssa Ecosystems
Australia Effect of Wildlife Gardens on Butterflies at Landscape and Garden Scales

S13

Urban Ecology III

Monday, July 6

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Daniele

La Rosa

Italy

CO-28

Ecosystem Services VI

Thursday, July 9, 2015

4:50 PM - 5:05 PM

Raffaele

Lafortezza

ITALY

S10

Waterscape Genetics: New


Monday, July 6
Perspectives on Connectivity in
Incorporating Eco-Evolutionary
Tuesday, July 7
Processes into Population Models;
Monday, July 6

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Erin

Landguth

USA

9:00 AM - 9:20 AM

Erin

Landguth

USA

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Charlie

Langan

Uganda

S38

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I
Population, Genetics, and
Biodiversity IV
Poster: Land Use and
Ecosystem Services
Disturbance Ecology II

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Andrew

Larson

S04

Climate Change I

4:50 PM - 5:05 PM

Marit

Larson

United
States
USA

CO-06

10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Christopher

Latimer

USA

S36

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity II
Landscape Planning II

Opportunities and constraints in the Wednesday, July 8


restoration and management of
Keeping Pace with Climate
Monday, July 6
Change: Resilience in Coastal
Monday, July 6, 2015
Wednesday, July 8

3:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Josh

Lawler

USA

CO-23

Forest Ecology IV

Case Study Application of


Landscape Ecological Thinking to

Thursday, July 9, 2015

9:35 AM - 9:50 AM

Yann

USA

S35

Ecosystem Services II

Wednesday, July 8

11:20 AM - 12:00 PM

Kristen

S35

Ecosystem Services II

Wednesday, July 8

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Kristen

Lear

P04

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

Landscape Approaches to
Modeling Cross-boundary
Landscape Approaches to
Modeling Cross-boundary

le Polain de
Waroux
Lear

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Alex

Lechner

P24

Poster: Landscape Planning

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Alex

Lechner

S13

Urban Ecology III

Monday, July 6

1:50 PM - 2:00 PM

Ying-Chieh

Lee

CO-14

Landscape Management

10:05 AM - 10:20 AM

Kasey

Legaard

S12

Disturbance Ecology I

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Simon

Legault

S40

Urban Ecology VI

Wednesday, July 8

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Taal

Levi

United
Landscape Approaches to Modeling Cross-boundary Ecosystem Services:
States
Introduction and Proposed Project with Migratory Bats
Australia Characterising gap-crossing distances between fine-scale landscape
elements such as scattered trees for connectivity modelling
Australia Combining connectivity modelling and systematic conservation planning
approaches to assess the cumulative impacts of mining
Taiwan The effects of urbanization and agricultural landscape change on agroecosystem services
United
Trajectories of forest landscape change following an abrupt shift in public
States of policy and management practices (Atlantic Northern Forest, U.S.A.)
Canada Effects of landscape structure on parasitoids gene flow within and between
outbreak zones of its host, the spruce budworm
USA
Predator community structure, diversity, and tick-borne pathogens

S57

Climate Change II

Wednesday, July 8

11:35 AM - 11:50 AM

Chao

Li

Canada

Forest inventory evaluation for measuring landscape changes

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Cheng

Li

China

P03

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Haifang

Li

US

CO-28

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services
Ecosystem Services VI

Thursday, July 9, 2015

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Jianhua

Li

China

S26

Methods: Geospatial I

Tuesday, July 7

11:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Jinya

Li

China

S05

Methods: Computation I

Monday, July 6

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Larry

Li

USA

The impact of landscape heterogeneity on heavy metalcontamination in


agricultural top soils at multiple scales in the Pearl River Delta, China
Effects of Grain for Green on soil erosion in Guanchuanhe River Watershed
on Loess Plateau Region, China
Integration of Landscape Eco-planning and Ecological Restoration:
Application of an Evaluation Index System of Ecological River in Chongming
Spatio-temporal remotely sensed data for analysis of the shrinkage and
shifting in the Horqin sandy land, Inner Mongolia
On the emergence of ecological scaling in landscape systems

S47

Montane Landscape

Thursday, July 9

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Li

Li

S54

Historical Ecology

Thursday, July 9

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Li

Li

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

Monday, July 6

11:15 AM - 11:30 AM

MENEJIE

LI

S23

Urban Ecology V

Tuesday, July 7

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Xia

Li

Li Li*, Chair of Wildlife Ecology and Management, Albert-Ludwigs-Universitt Freiburg; Andreas Fritz, Chair of
Remote Sensing and Land Information Systems, Albert-Ludwigs-Universitt Freiburg Ilse Storch, Chair of
Li Li*, Chair of Wildlife Ecology and Management, Albert-Ludwigs-Universitt Freiburg; Matthias Brgi,
Research Unit Landscape Dynamics, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL
Mengjie LI*,State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology, Beijing Normal
University &Academy of Disaster Reduction and Emergency Management, Ministry of Civil Affairs & Ministry
Xia Li, Professor; Yimin Chen, Lecturer

CO-24

Aquatic Ecology II

Thursday, July 9, 2015

9:35 AM - 9:50 AM

Xiaowen

Li

S41

Coastal Landscapes I

10:35 AM - 10:50 AM

Xiuzhen

Li

CO-09

Coastal Landscapes II

Coastal Wetland Functions and


Thursday, July 9
Responses to Landscape Change:
Monday, July 6, 2015

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Yangfan

Li

S21

Urban Ecology IV

Tuesday, July 7

8:40 AM - 9:00 AM

Kuei-Hsien

Liao

S10

Monday, July 6

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Libby

Liggins

S54

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I
Historical Ecology

Thursday, July 9

1:40 PM - 2:10 PM

Matts

Lindbladh

S22

Agrarian Landscapes III

Tuesday, July 7

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Kathryn

Lindsay

S57

Climate Change II

Wednesday, July 8

10:35 AM - 10:50 AM

Heike

Lischke

S33

Special Topic

Wednesday, July 8

5:00 PM - 5:20 PM

Jianguo

Liu

S50

Carbon

Thursday, July 9

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Jinxun

Liu

USA

S47

Montane Landscape

Thursday, July 9

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

Meixian

Liu

S43

Land Use Change VIII

Thursday, July 9

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

yanxu

liu

S22

Agrarian Landscapes III

Tuesday, July 7

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Yunhui

Liu

Agrarian Landscapes III

Tuesday, July 7

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Yunhui

Liu

S56

Urban Ecology VII

Thursday, July 9

4:50 PM - 5:05 PM

Yupeng

Liu

Linking Terrestrial Carbon with Aquatic Carbon Through Biogeochemical and


Soil Erosion Models
China
Decreasing spatial variability in precipitation extremes in SW China:
determined by the South Asian Monsoon?
P.R.Chin Mapping global vegetation dynamics during 1981-2010 using polynomials
a
analysis
P.R.
Discussion
China
P.R.
Diversity of Carabids (Coleoptera, Carabidae) in the Intensified Agricultural
China
Landscapes of Northern China

Characterizing spatial patterns of air pollution on multiple time scales in China

Jinxun Liu*, Ecodyn Solutions, contractor to USGS; San Jos State University Research Foundation;
Benjamin Sleeter, USGS, Western Geographic Science Center; Sarah Stackpoole, USGS, Denver Federal
Meixian Liu, Xianli Xu*, Key Laboratory for Agro-ecological Processes in Subtropical Region, Institute of
Subtropical Agriculture, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Huanjiang Observation and Research Station for
Yanxu Liu, College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University; Yanglin Wang*, College of
Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University; Jian Peng, College of Urban and Environmental
Jacques Baudry & Yunhui Liu

S22

CO-12

Urban Ecology VIII

A Concept Clear as Mud?


Understanding and Applying Urban
Waterscape Genetics: New
Perspectives on Connectivity in
Beyond General Legacies in
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Biodiversity Management in
Agricultural Landscapes: The
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and
John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial
Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Carbon Stocks and Flows in the
Landscape; Alessandro Gimona
Changes in Landscape
Connectivity and Fragmentation in
Performance of Models that
Simulate Change Through Space
Biodiversity Management in
Agricultural Landscapes: The
Biodiversity Management in
Agricultural Landscapes: The
Understanding the Role of Green
Spaces in Mitigating Urban

Germany Testing the correlation of habitat configuration and landscape heterogeneity


with avian biodiversity on the Eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
Germany Using historical grazing intensity data to measure the impact of land-use
changes on the avian habitat structure and diversity distribution of the
China
Multi-scale Analysis of Relationships between Agricultural Landscape Pattern
and Drought Vulnerability
PR China Induced Land-use Change from rapid urbanization in the Pearl River Delta:
Evidence, Impacts and Implications
China
Integrated multidirectional hydrological connectivity in riverine and nonriverine freshwater conservation planning in North China Plain

The Impact of the Change in Vegetation Structure on the Ecological


Functions of Salt Marshes: The Example of the Yangtze Estuary
China
Assessing coupled landscape vulnerability and resilience from rapid
urbanization to inform coastal urban planning
Hong
The Blue in Green Infrastructure in High-density Cities for Biophilic
Kong
Urbanism
New
Nestedness and turnover in the genetic diversity of marine species across
Zealand the Indo-Pacific Ocean
Sweden Quantifying spatial and temporal patterns and processes of borealization and
forest impoverishment in southern Sweden pollen, maps and forest
Canada A Canadian perspective on landscape pattern to enhance farmland
biodiversity
Switzerla Modelling tree species migration in the European Alps under climate change
nd
Concluding Remarks & Discussion with John A. Wiens

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

9:40 AM - 9:55 AM

Zhenhuan

Liu

China

S20
P03

The Landscapes Metabolism:


Interweaving the Landscape

The Landscapes Metabolism:


Interweaving the Landscape
Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking
Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,
Landscapes and Health: Exploring
the Impact of Landscapes on
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and

Remote Sensing and Farmscaping


for Ecological Service
Research Priorities in
Computational Landscape Ecology;
Changes in Landscape
Connectivity and Fragmentation in
Beyond General Legacies in
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Landscape Action Through Flows
and Place: Interfaces Between
Building Regional Sustainability in
Urban Agglomerations: The History,

USA

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

The metabolic role of none urbanized areas (NUAs) in peri-urban


metropolitan contexts
A Practical Tool to Support Ecosystem Services Assessment and
Management Decisions in Urban Forest Area
Riverscape genetics guide to conservation management: A case example of
supplementation strategies for westslope cutthroat trout in the Sullivan
An evolutionary demogenetics simulation framework: linking genotypeenvironmental effects to evolutionary processes through movement and
Indicating intervention options: spatial identification of ecosystem services
from wetlands in Uganda.
Spatial heterogeneity and structural development pathways following fire in
western larch/mixed-conifer forest
NYC Salt Marsh Conditions and Vulnerability to Sea Level Rise: Analysis and
Recommendations
Are fragmented landscapes colder in winter?

John Kupfer*, University of South Carolina; Kimberly Meitzen, Texas State University; Peng Gao, University of
South Carolina; Aashka Patel, University of South Carolina; Daniel Tufford, University of South Carolina.
Jessica Kurylo*, Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne; Caragh Threlfall, Faculty of Science, University
of Melbourne; Karl Evans, Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield; Nicholas S.
Daniele La Rosa*, Department Civil Engineering and Architecture, University of Catania, Italy
Vincenzo Giannico*; Mario Elia; Giovanni Sanesi; Raffaele Lafortezza, Department of Agriculture and
Environmental Sciences, University of Bari A. Moro, Italy
Erin Landguth*, University of Montana; Andrew Bearlin, Seattle City Light
Erin Landguth*, University of Montana; Andrew Bearlin, Seattle City Light
Charlie Langan*, University of Aberdeen & Carbon Foundation of East Africa

Andrew J. Larson, Department of Forest Management, University of Montana, Missoula, MT, USA; and R.
Travis Belote, The Wilderness Society, Bozeman, MT, USA
Marit Larson, NYC Parks*; Chris Haight, NYC Parks Rebecca Swadek, NYC Parks; Ellen Hartig, NYC Parks;
Nicole Maher, The Nature Conservancy
Christopher Latimer*, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Benjamin Zuckerberg, University of WisconsinMadison
Anticipating connectivity needs for species in a changing climate
Joshua Lawler*, University of Washington; Caitlin Littlefield, University of Washington; Brad McRae, The
Nature Conservancy
Deforestation leakage in the South American Gran Chaco: an empirical study Yann le Polain de Waroux*, and Eric F. Lambin, Stanford University
of company choices.
Facilitated Discussion
Kristen Lear*, University of Georgia; Jeffrey Hepinstall-Cymerman, University of Georgia

Assessing the effects of landscape pattern change on water quality in in the


process of rapid urbanization in Shenzhen, China

Kristen Lear*, University of Georgia; Jeffrey Hepinstall-Cymerman, University of Georgia


Alex M. Lechner*, Centre for Environment, University of Tasmania, Australia, Centre for Social Responsibility
in Mining, University of Queensland; Edward C. Lefroy, Centre for Environment, University of Tasmania,
Alex M. Lechner*, Centre for Environment, University of Tasmania, Australia; Centre for Social Responsibility
in Mining, University of Queensland; Heini Kujala, Amy Whitehead - Centre of Excellence for Environmental
Ying-Chieh Lee*, College of Tourism and Hospitality Management
Kasey R. Legaard*, University of Maine; Steven A. Sader, University of Maine; Erin M. Simons-Legaard,
University of Maine
Simon Legault*, University of Montreal; Patrick MA James, University of Montreal
Taal Levi*, Oregon State University; Michael Barfield, University of Florida; Robert D. Holt, University of
Florida; Felicia Keesing, Bard College; Richard S. Ostfeld, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Chao Li*, Canadian Forest Service
Cheng Li*, Guangdong Institute of Eco-Environmental and Soil Sciences; Fangbai Li, Guangdong Institute of
Eco-Environmental and Soil Sciences; Zhifeng Wu, Guangzhou University; Ge Sun, USDA Forest Service;
LI Hai-fang*, Chinese Academy of Sciences; CHEN Li-ding,Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Jianhua Li*, Tongji University; Haiyang Fang, Tongji University.
Jinya Li,State Key Laboratory of Urban and Regional Ecology, Research Center for Eco-Environmental
Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Bai-Lian Larry Li, Ecological Complexity and Modeling Laboratory, University of California at Riverside

Xiaowen Li*, State Key Laboratory of Water Environment Simulation, Environmental School, Beijing Normal
University; Tiantian Ma, Environmental School, Beijing Normal University
Xiuzhen Li*, East China Normal University; Linjing Ren, East China Normal University; Yu Liu, East China
Normal University
Yangfan Li*,Xiamen University
Kuei-Hsien Liao, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, Chinese University of Hong Kong; Puay
Yok Tan, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore
Libby Liggins*, Massey University; Eric D. Crandall, University of Hawaii; J. David Aguirre, Massey University;
Michelle R. Gaither, Durham University; Chris E. Bird, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi; Rob J. Toonen,
Matts Lindbladh* Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre SLU - Swedish University of Agricultural
Sciences
Lenore Fahrig, Geomatics & Landscape Ecology Research Laboratory (GLEL)/Carleton University; Kathryn
Lindsay*, Environment Canada/GLEL; Doug King, GLEL/Carleton University; Scott Mitchell, GLEL/Carleton
Heike Lischke, Dirk Schmatz
Jianguo (Jack) Liu, Helene H. Wagner and Nancy McIntyre

Yunhui Liu*, Zhenrong Yu, Changliu Wang, Xuzhu Zhang, Meichun Duan, Liangtao Li China Agricultural
University
Yupeng Liu*, Beijing Normal University; Jianguo Wu, Arizona State University; Deyong Yu, Beijing Normal
University
Zhenhuan Liu Department of Land Resources and Environment Studies, School of Geography and Planning,
Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, China

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

CO-12

Urban Ecology VIII

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

9:25 AM - 9:40 AM

Zhifeng

Liu

China

P23

Poster: Hydrology

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Zhihua

Liu

USA

CO-12

Urban Ecology VIII

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

10:50 AM - 11:05 AM

Stephen

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Stephen

S18

Meeting the Challenge of


Landscape Sustainability:

Tuesday, July 7

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Karla

CO-18

Coupled Human Natural


Systems II
Agrarian Landscapes V

Relationships between habitat loss and habitat fragmentation during


urbanization: A long-term analysis for 16 world cities
Simulating feedbacks among climate, vegetation, and fire in the expanding
wildland urban interface
Livesley
Australia Large or Small - Urban Green Spaces can Help Support Biodiversity in our
Cities Through Appropriate Vegetation Management
Livesley
Australia Street trees can cool streets in summer, but what cooling can we expect from
them in a heatwave?
Locher Krause Germany Spatial and temporal interaction of ecosystem services in the South of Chile

2:10 PM - 2:25 PM

Eric

Lonsdorf

P24

Poster: Landscape Planning

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Todd

United
States
USA

S35

Ecosystem Services II

Wednesday, July 8

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Laura

P24

Poster: Landscape Planning

Landscape Approaches to
Modeling Cross-boundary

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

S21

Urban Ecology IV

S45

Biocultural Landscapes III

S42

Forest Ecology III

CO-28

Ecosystem Services VI

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

P22

Poster: Habitat

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

CO-18

Agrarian Landscapes V

S17

Land Use Change IV

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

P24

Poster: Landscape Planning

S24

S50

Coupled Human Natural


Systems III
Popluation, Genetics, and
Biodiversity III
Poster: Land Use and
Ecosystem Services
Carbon

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

P01

Poster: Connectivity

S16

Agrarian Landscapes II

S41

Coastal Landscapes I

S12

Disturbance Ecology I

P01

Poster: Connectivity

CO-08

Methods: Computation II

P04

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

S46
S36

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Landscape Planning II

CO-03

Climate Change IV

CO-14

Landscape Management

P01

CO-10
P03

Identifying crop fields in need of more pollinators: a cost-benefit analysis of


wild bee habitat enhancements in diverse landscapes
Lookingbill
Community-based planning for conservation and recreation in the James
River watershed
LpezUSA
Ecosystem Services Across International Borders: Data Needs and
Hoffman
Modeling Approaches
Loupa-Ramos Portugal Landscape ecology; A science for practitioners?

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Zhifeng Liu*, Beijing Normal University; Jianguo Wu, Arizona State University; Chunyang He, Beijing Normal
Univeristy
Zhihua Liu*, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, South Dakota State University; Michael C Wimberly,
Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, South Dakota State University; Terry L. Sohl, Earth Resources
Livesley S J*, The University of Melbourne; Threlfall C G, The University of Melbourne; Hahs A, Australian
Research Centre for Urban Ecology; Ossola A, The University of Melbourne; Mata L, RMIT University;
Livesley S J, The University of Melbourne; Sanusi R, The University of Melbourne
Karla Locher*, Sven Lautenbach, Martin Volk Department Computational Landscape Ecology, UFZ
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research.Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn.
Eric Lonsdorf*, Franklin and Marshall College; Claire Brittain, UC Davis; Neal Williams, UC Davis
Todd Lookingbill*, University of Richmond Taylor Holden, University of Richmond Kimberley Klinker,
University of Richmond Jeffrey Allenby, Chesapeake Conservancy
Laura Lpez-Hoffman*, School of Natural Resources and Environment, Udall Center for Studies in Public
Policy, University of Arizona; Robert Varady, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, University of Arizona
Gesine Jimnez Martnez, Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute; Wenche E. Dramstad, Norwegian
Forest and Landscape Institute; Isabel Loupa-Ramos*, IST/University of Lisbon
Isabel Loupa Ramos, Instituto Superior Tcnico - University of Lisbon, Portugal; Jorge Batista e Silva,
Instituto Superior Tcnico - University of Lisbon, Portugal; Joo Corgo, Instituto Superior Tcnico - University
Isabel Loupa Ramos, IST/University of Lisbon; Snia Carvalho Ribeiro, ICAAM/University of vora; Ftima
Bernardo, University of vora; Veerle Van Eetvelde, Untiversity of Ghent
Melissa S. Lucash, Portland State University*; Robert M. Scheller, Portland State University; Eric J.
Gustafson, U.S. Forest Service Northern Research Station
Huiling Lv*,School of Urban Planning and Design, Shenzhen Graduate School, Peking University; Jian
Peng*,College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University; Yanxu Liu*,College of Urban and
Shuaib Lwasa, Associate Professor, Makerere University

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Isabel

A Concept Clear as Mud?


Tuesday, July 7
Understanding and Applying Urban
Shaping Landscape Ecology
Thursday, July 9
Approaches Worldwide in Different
Simulating climate change,
Thursday, July 9
management and disturbances on
Thursday, July 9, 2015

10:50 AM - 11:05 AM

Isabel

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Isabel

3:30 PM - 3:45 PM

Melissa

Loupa-Ramos Portugal Green infrastructure planning in Portugal: looking for suitable governance
models
Loupa-Ramos Portugal Exploring the spatial dimension of landscape identity to bridge culture and
nature
Lucash
U.S.
Latest advancements of LANDIS-II

2:10 PM - 2:25 PM

Huiling

Lv

China

Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support

Wednesday, July 8

9:25 AM - 9:45 AM

Shuaib

Lwasa

Uganda

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Tamilelakkiya M

India

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Qun

Ma

China

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Tuesday, July 7

2:40 PM - 2:55 PM

DAMASA

MACANDOG

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Graham

MacDonald

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Ian

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

NADJA

MacGregorFors
MACHADO

Tuesday, July 7

9:15 AM - 9:30 AM

Takashi

Machimura

Monday, July 6, 2015

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Michael

Mahon

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

John

Maingi

Thursday, July 9

11:10 AM - 11:25 AM

Harun

Makandi

Wednesday, July 8

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

Henry

Makuma

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

George

Malanson

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Ulo

Mander

9:35 AM - 9:50 AM

Ulo

Mander

Assessing the efficiency of a protected area system in a Neotropical region


using species distribution modeling
Increasing human injury risk by Asiatic black bear induced by the changes in
bear habitat and human society in Northern Japan
USA
Litter-dwelling Ant (Formicidae) Response to Surrounding White-tailed Deer
(Odocoileus virginianus ) Densities and Landscape-level Amur honeysuckle
USA
Mapping Land Cover and Land Cover Change at Mt. Kasigau in
Southeastern Kenya Using Multi-season Landsat Data
Tanzania Monitoring Carbon Stock and Change in Miombo Woodlands using Remotelysensed Emitted and Reflected Energy
Uganda Mapping the Potential for Hay Making Among Pastoralists in the Cattle
Rangelands of Uganda
USA
Distance within scales: explaining landscape and regional variation in alpine
tundra
Estonia Green infrastructure, a measure to mitigate degradation of agricultural
landscapes
Estonia Greenhouse gas emissions from coastal wetlands

1:30 PM - 1:45 PM

Lorenzo

Marini

Italy

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Maria

Monday, July 6, 2015

4:50 PM - 5:05 PM

Javier

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Joy

MartinezGhersa
MartnezLpez
Mast

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Maria Cruz

1:45 PM - 2:15 PM

Hajime

MateoSanchez
Matsushima

Argentiin Myzus persicae aphid epidemic expansion risk within crop fields landscapes: Mara A. Martnez-Ghersa*, IFEVA / Facultad de Agronoma, Universidad de Buenos Aires / CONICET;
a
a cell model to describe pliant factors at patch scale.
Anala I. Menndez, IFEVA / Facultad de Agronoma, Universidad de Buenos Aires / CONICET; Sofa L.
Italy
eHabitat+: Modelling habitat functional types in protected areas globally
Javier Martnez-Lpez*, Joint Research Centre of the European Commission; Lucy Bastin, Joint Research
Centre of the European Commission; Gregoire Dubois, Joint Research Centre of the European Commission
United
Snag "Survival": Longevity of Standing Dead Ponderosa Pines after Crown
Joy Nystrom Mast*, Carthage College, and Carol Chambers, Northern Arizona University
States
Fire Versus Bark Beetle Outbreak in Southwest
Spain
Comparison and potential biases of landscape genetics and habitat modelling Maria C. Mateo-Snchez *, Technical University of Madrid; Niko Balkenhol, University of Gttingen; Sam
to estimate landscape resistance and movement corridors: an assessment
Cushman, Forest Service. USDA; Trinidad Prez, University of Oviedo; Ana Domnguez, University of
Japan
The landscape for coastal area: case study of considering about the
Hajime Matsushima*, Hokkaido University
management of nature conservation and recreational use, and land use
USA
Biodiversity of oak forest in the eastern United States: regional and local
Stephen Matthews, SENR Ohio State University; Louis Iverson, Northern Research Station USDA Forest
importance for wildlife
Service; Matthew Peters, Northern Research Station USDA Forest Service; Anantha Prasad, Northern
Austria
Successes and Challenges from Formation to Implementation of Eleven
Brady Mattsson*, University of Natural Resources and Life Science - Vienna; Erik Beever, Matthew Germino,
Broad-extent Conservation Programs
Max Post Van Der Burg, John Bradford U.S. Geological Survey; Mark Brunson, Utah State University
USA
Spatial patterns of forest values for bioenergy production in the Western
Audrey L Mayer*, Michigan Technological University
Upper Peninsula of Michigan
USA
Phenological mismatch between migratory bird arrival and green-up due to
Stephen J. Mayor, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Robert P. Guralnick, University of Colorado; Morgan
climate change
W. Tingley, University of Connecticut; Javier Otegui, University of Colorado; John C. Withey, Florida
Australia Session Wrap Up/Conclusions/ Roundtable

Drivers and Outcomes of Regime


Shifts in Land-Use Systems; Van

Integration of Landscape Ecology


into Ecosystem Service

Carbon Stocks and Flows in the


Landscape; Alessandro Gimona
Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support

Rethinking Landscape Degradation Monday, July 6


Analysis and Prevention in Agrarian
Coastal Wetland Functions and
Thursday, July 9
Responses to Landscape Change:
Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking Monday, July 6
Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,
Monday, July 6

Landscape Genetics Across Space Thursday, July 9


and Time: Contributions of
Case Study Application of
Wednesday, July 8
Landscape Ecological Thinking to
Monday, July 6, 2015

10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Stephen

Matthews

9:50 AM - 10:05 AM

Brady

Mattsson

Poster: Connectivity

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Audrey

Mayer

CO-03

Climate Change IV

Monday, July 6, 2015

10:15 AM - 10:30 AM

Stephen

Mayor

S29

Land Use Change V

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Clive

McAlpine

CO-15

Land Use Change VII

9:35 AM - 9:50 AM

Meredith

McClure

S54

Historical Ecology

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Jenny

McCune

CO-06

10:15 AM - 10:30 AM

Jenny

McGuire

S15

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity II
Connectivity I

Landscapes of the Future:


Wednesday, July 8
Modelling Land Cover Change and
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Beyond General Legacies in
Thursday, July 9
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Monday, July 6, 2015

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Nancy

McIntyre

S33

Special Topic

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Nancy

McIntyre

S57

Climate Change II

4:30 PM - 4:45 PM

Donald

McKenzie

CO-01

Agrarian Landscapes IV

Landscape Connectivity and Its


Monday, July 6
Implications for Conservation
John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial Wednesday, July 8
Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Wednesday, July 8
Changing ClimateTheory and
Monday, July 6, 2015

10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Wendy

McWilliam

Temporal tradeoffs between short-run and long-run benefits of forest


ecosystem services in the Mulan Paddock, China
Assessing changes in urban form across city and peri-urban scales in Africa

Land Surface Temperature and its impact on Asian elephants forest


landscape: a case study from Tamilnadu, South India.
Multiscale relationships between urban impervious surfaces and land surface
temperatures in China
Philippine Land Use Change and its Impacts on Biodiversity, Agricultural Productivity
s
and Water Balance in the Sta.Rosa-Silang subwaterhed, Philippines
United
Diets, trade, and the geography of global agricultural land use
States
Mexico
Urban Areas as Landscape Elements: Standardizing Terms and Methods
Brasil

Japan

United
States
Canada

Response of tachinid parasitoids to landscape alteration

Tamilelakkiya.M1* and Dr.G.Bhaskaran2: 1Research scholar, Department of Geography, 2Assistant


professor, Department of Geography, University of Madras, Chepauk campus, Chennai.
Qun Ma, Center for Human-Environment System Sustainability, Beijing Normal University, China; Jianguo
Wu, Center for Human-Environment System Sustainability, Beijing Normal University and School of Life
Damasa M. Macandog*, University of the Philippines Los Baos; Dalton Erick S. Baltazar, University of the
Philippines Los Baos; Maria Francesca O. Tan, University of the Philippines Los Baos; Maria Noriza Q.
Graham K. MacDonald*, University of Minnesota; Paul C. West, University of Minnesota; James S. Gerber,
University of Minnesota; Joseph P. Reid, University of Minnesota; Emily S. Cassidy, Environmental Working
Ian MacGregor-Fors*, Laboratorio de Ecologa en Ambientes Perturbados, Red de Ambiente y
Sustentabilidad, Instituto de Ecologa, A.C.; Martha Bonilla-Moheno, Red de Ambiente y Sustentabilidad,
Nadja Gomes Machado1,2, Thomas Edwards3, Jacob Gibson4, Marcelo Sacardi Biudes2 1Federal Institute
of Mato Grosso, Brazil 2Federal University of Mato Grosso, Brazil 3USGS/Utah State University, Logan, UT,
Takashi Machimura*, Osaka University; Naoya Fujimoto, Osaka University; Takanori Matsui, Osaka University
Michael B. Mahon, Department of Biology Miami University; Dr. Mary C. Henry, Department of Geography
Miami University; Dr. Thomas O. Crist, Department of Biology Miami University
John K. Maingi*, Miami University; Kimberly E. Medley, Miami University; Daniel Pearlman, Miami University
Harun Makandi, Institute of Resource Assessment, University of Dar es Salaam
Henry Massa Makuma*-ESIPPS International Ltd Bemigisha, J,- ESIPPS International Ltd Kyasimire, B.,ESIPPS International Ltd Nyiramahoro, E.,-ESIPPS International Ltd Begumana, J.,-ESIPPS International
George Malanson, University of Iowa & NSF; Dale Zimmerman, University of Iowa; Mitchell Kinney, University
of Iowa
lo Mander, University of Tartu, Estonia and IRSTEA, Antony, France; Julien Tournebize, IRSTEA, Antony,
France
lo Mander*, University of Tartu, Estonia and IRSTEA, Antony, France; Xiuzhen Li, SKLEC East China
Normal University, Shanghai, China
Diego J. Inclan, Pierfilippo Cerretti,Lorenzo Marini*, DAFNAE, University of Padova, Italy

Modeling movement, connectivity, and risk for pumas occupying urbanadjacent wildlands in Arizona
Testing ecological theory and revealing local-scale vegetation dynamics using
legacy data, land survey records, and phytoliths
Fragmentation and warming limit populations' ability to track climate across
the landscape
Changes in connectivity among southern Great Plains wetlands over the past
30 years as a function of land-use change
Introduction to John A. Wiens Symposium

Meredith McClure*, Conservation Science Partners; Brett Dickson, Conservation Science Partners; Kerry
Nicholson, Alaska Department of Fish & Game; Paul Krausman, University of Montana
Jenny L. McCune*, University of Guelph; Marlow G. Pellatt, Parks Canada; Mark Vellend, Universit de
Sherbrooke
Joshua Lawler, University of Washington; Brad McRae, The Nature Conservancy; Tristan Nuez, University
of California at Berkeley
Nancy E. McIntyre*, Texas Tech University; Steven D. Collins, Straughan Environmental Inc.; Lucas J.
Heintzman, Texas Tech University; Rebecca R. Owens, Texas Tech University; Niki N. Parikh, Texas Tech
Nancy E. McIntyre, Jianguo (Jack) Liu and Helene Wagner

USA

Why climate-change models need landscape ecology

New
Zealand

Farmer attitudes and behaviours regarding the restoration of woody


vegetation on intensive pastoral dairy farms

Donald McKenzie*, US Forest Service Robert E. Keane, US Forest Service Uma Shankar, University of
North Carolina E. Natasha Stavros, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Dr. Yuki Fukuda, Otago University Dr. Wendy McWilliam*, Lincoln University Dr. Henrik Moller, Ecosystem
Consultants

United
States
USA

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

CO-23

Forest Ecology IV

Thursday, July 9, 2015

11:20 AM - 11:35 AM

Kimberly

Meitzen

USA

P04

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Melina

Melito

Brazil

S41

Coastal Landscapes I

10:20 AM - 10:35 AM

Irving

Mendelssohn

USA

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

Coastal Wetland Functions and


Thursday, July 9
Responses to Landscape Change:
Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Karin

Meneguetti

Brazil

S40

Urban Ecology VI

Wednesday, July 8

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Christopher

Merkord

S17

Land Use Change IV

Tuesday, July 7

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Ole

Mertz

Ecosystem Services III

Wednesday, July 8

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Jean Paul

Metzger

United
West Nile virus foci are associated with landscape characteristics in a highStates
risk area of the north-central United States
Denmark Integrated swidden-oil palm landscapes. Unexpected outcomes of regime
shifts in Southeast Asia land use systems
Brazil
Interfaces between landscape structure and ecosystems services

Christopher L. Merkord, South Dakota State University; Paolla Giacomo, South Dakota State University; Lon
Kightlinger, South Dakota Department of Health; Michael B. Hildreth, South Dakota State University; Michael
Ole Mertz, Geography, University of Copenhagen

S39
S45

Biocultural Landscapes III

Thursday, July 9

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Jean Paul

Metzger

Brazil

Jean Paul Metzger (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil)

S06

Ecosystem Services I

Monday, July 6

10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Marc

Metzger

Ecosystem Services I

Monday, July 6

4:20 PM - 4:50 PM

Marc

Metzger

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Burghard

Meyer

S16

Agrarian Landscapes II

1:20 PM - 1:40 PM

Burghard

Meyer

CO-16

Landscape Planning III

1:55 PM - 2:10 PM

Spencer

Meyer

S51

Landscape Planning IV

11:25 AM - 11:45 AM

Spencer

Meyer

CO-16

Landscape Planning III

2:10 PM - 2:25 PM

Romaike

Middendorp

United
States
United
States
Belgium

S51

Landscape Planning IV

1:40 PM - 2:45 PM

Tom

Miewald

USA

S51

Landscape Planning IV

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Tom

Miewald

Synthesis

Spencer R. Meyer*, Yale University; Jonathan R. Thompson, Harvard Forest; Luca Morreale, Harvard Forest;
and Brian Hall, Harvard Forest
Spencer R. Meyer*, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies; M. Kate Beard, University of Maine;
Christopher Cronan, University of Maine; and Robert J. Lilieholm, University of Maine;
Romaike S. Middendorp*, Earth & Life Institute, University of Louvain, Belgium; Alvaro J. Prez, Herbario
QCA, Pontificia Universidad Catlica, Quito, Ecuador; Eric F. Lambin, Woods Institute for the Environment,
Louisa Evers, BLM; Charles Houghten, US FIsh and Wildlife Service; Cynthia WIlkerson, Washington
Department of Fish and Wildlife
Tom Miewald

S51

Landscape Planning IV

9:20 AM - 9:30 AM

Tom

Miewald

Introduction to Symposium

Tom Miewald

CO-21

Climate Change V

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Brian

Miller

USA

CO-27

Fire Ecology

Rethinking Landscape Degradation Monday, July 6


Analysis and Prevention in Agrarian
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Landscape Conservation Design:
Thursday, July 9
Applications and Lessons Learned;
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Landscape Conservation Design:
Thursday, July 9
Applications and Lessons Learned;
Landscape Conservation Design:
Thursday, July 9
Applications and Lessons Learned;
Landscape Conservation Design:
Thursday, July 9
Applications and Lessons Learned;
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Thursday, July 9, 2015

United
Operationalising the ecosystem services concept: symposium introduction
Kingdom
Plenary Discussion with all presenters: Usability and Uptake of Tools and
Instruments
Germany Risk Management of Catchments as basis for Integrated Water Cycle
Management in Kazakhstan
Germany Landscape Degradation processes in Europe and Central Asia

Marc J. Metzger, The University of Edinburgh

S06

Landscapes and Health: Exploring


the Impact of Landscapes on
Drivers and Outcomes of Regime
Shifts in Land-Use Systems; Van
Interfaces Between Landscape
Structure and Ecosystems
Shaping Landscape Ecology
Approaches Worldwide in Different
Operationalizing the Ecosystem
Services Concept: Building a
Operationalizing the Ecosystem
Services Concept: Building a

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Carol

Miller

S38

Disturbance Ecology II

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Jay

Miller

Brian W. Miller, Department of the Interior North Central Climate Science Center & Colorado State University;
Leonardo Frid*, Apex Resource Management Solutions Ltd.; Tony Chang, Montana State University; Nathan
Sandra L. Haire, Haire Laboratory for Landscape Ecology; Carol Miller*, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research
Institute
Jay Miller*, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region

CO-29

Grassland Ecology

Opportunities and constraints in the Wednesday, July 8


restoration and management of
Thursday, July 9, 2015

United
States
USA

Bridging climate science and resource management challenges by combining


modeling approaches: a case study of whitebark pine in the Greater
Patterns of fire refugia across climate gradients in northern US Rockies
landscapes
Pre-settlement vs. modern fire regimes of the Sierra Nevada, California, USA

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Jesse

Miller

USA

Jesse Miller, University of Wisconsin; Ellen Damschen, University of Wisconsin

S33

Special Topic

John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial Wednesday, July 8


Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Population, Genetics, and
Incorporating Eco-Evolutionary
Tuesday, July 7
Biodiversity IV
Processes into Population Models;
Poster: Methods: Geospatial
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

10:00 AM -10:20 AM

Jim

Miller

USA

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Mark

Miller

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Richard

Mills

Jim Miller*, University of Illinois; Courtney Duchardt, Missouri Department of Conservation; Torre Hovick,
North Dakota State University; Tim Lyons, University of Illinois; Finn Pillsbury, New Mexico State University
Mark P. Miller*, U.S. Geological Survey Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center; Susan M. Haig,
U.S. Geological Survey Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center, Nathan H. Schumaker, U.S.
Richard Tran Mills*, Intel Corporation; Forrest M. Hoffman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I
Forest Ecology I

Monday, July 6

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Meryl

Mims

Monday, July 6

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Brian

Miranda

Tuesday, July 7

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Matthew

Mitchell

Thursday, July 9

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

David

Mladenoff

Thursday, July 9

4:50 PM - 5:20 PM

David

Mladenoff

Thursday, July 9

9:20 AM - 9:30 AM

David

Mladenoff

Monday, July 6

3:35 PM - 4:05 PM

Mark

Montgomery

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Junko

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Lloyd

Understanding the Role of Green


Thursday, July 9
Spaces in Mitigating Urban
Socio-ecological System Modelling Thursday, July 9
in Support of Adaptation of the
Keeping Pace with Climate
Monday, July 6
Change: Resilience in Coastal
Thursday, July 9, 2015

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Changes in Landscape
Connectivity and Fragmentation in
Remote Sensing and Farmscaping
for Ecological Service
Carbon Stocks and Flows in the
Landscape; Alessandro Gimona
Drivers and Outcomes of Regime
Shifts in Land-Use Systems; Van
Waterscape Genetics: New
Perspectives on Connectivity in
Landscape Genetics Across Space
and Time: Contributions of
Urban Landscape Ecology: Global
Perspectives; Chunyang He

S20
P21
S10
S08
S18
S54

Coupled Human Natural


Systems II
Historical Ecology

S54

Historical Ecology

S54

Historical Ecology

S04

Climate Change I

P24

Poster: Landscape Planning

P23

Poster: Hydrology

S56

Urban Ecology VII

S34
S04

Coupled Human Natural


Systems IV
Climate Change I

CO-29

Grassland Ecology

S47

Montane Landscape

S26

Methods: Geospatial I

S50

Carbon

S17

Land Use Change IV

S10

S07

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I
Population, Genetics, and
Biodiversity VII
Urban Ecology I

P04

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

S46

Waterscape Genetics: New


Perspectives on Connectivity in
Applications in Forest Landscape
Ecology: Evolution, Progress and
Meeting the Challenge of
Landscape Sustainability:
Beyond General Legacies in
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Beyond General Legacies in
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Beyond General Legacies in
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Keeping Pace with Climate
Change: Resilience in Coastal

Reconstructing an Old-Growth Cypress Forest from Legacy Effects of


Historic Logging
Edge Effects on Above-Ground Biomass of Tropical Forests: Is There a
Biomass Collapse?
Impacts and causes of sudden salt marsh dieback in the Mississippi River
Delta landscape
Improving open spaces for a sustainable city

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

New perspectives for landscape ecology expansion

Characterizing recent patterns of land conservation as part of a regional landuse regime.


An analysis of spatio-temporal landscape patterns for protected areas in
northern New England: 1900-2010
The potential of a reforesting landscape to restore floristic biodiversity: a
modelling approach in the Ecuadorian Andes
Forum on Landscape Conservation Design from the Managers Perspective

Encroachment of woody vegetation drives rapid state change in insular


grasslands
Multi-scale heterogeneity and grassland birds: Some simplistic
generalizations relating structural complexity to avian community attributes
USA
Estimating Inbreeding Rates in Northern Spotted Owls: Insights From
Pedigrees and Spatio-Demographic Models
USA
Scalable algorithms for analysis of large geospatiotemporal data sets and
applications to landscape ecology
United
A Riverscape Genetics Approach for evaluating Multiple Factors Affecting the
States
Successful Reintroduction of Bull Trout into the Lower Pend Oreille River,
USA
Balancing Conservation with Public Safety: Landscape Planning for FireDependent Communities
Australia Managing landscape fragmentation and connectivity to build multi-functional
biodiverse landscapes
USA
Quantifying past forest disturbance severity: Linking a new historical data set
and field methods
Summary and Discussion
Introdution to Morning Section

Kimberly Meitzen, Texas State University


Melina Oliveira Melito*, Universidade de So Paulo; Alexandre Adalardo de Oliveira, Universidade de So
Paulo; Jean Paul Metzger, Universidade de So Paulo
Irving A. Mendelssohn*, Louisiana State University; Karen L. McKee, United States Geological Survey;
Qianxin Lin, Louisiana State University; Raymond W. Schneider, Louisiana State University
Karin Schwabe Meneguetti*, Universidade Estadual de Maring

Jean Paul Metzger, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil; Elizabeth Nichols, Swarthmore College, US

Marc J. Metzger, The University of Edinburgh


Burghard Meyer, Lian Lundy, John Watt, Iskandar Abdullaev, Jose Capilla
Prof. Dr. Burghard Meyer, Institute fo Geography, Leipzig University

Meryl Mims*, University of Washington; Andrew Bearlin, Seattle City Light; Jacob Burkhart, University of
Missouri; Casey Day, Purdue University; Matthew Fuller, Duke University; Jameson Hinkle, Virginia
Brian R. Miranda*, Brian R. Sturtevant, Susan I. Stewart USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station;
Roger B. Hammer, Oregon State University; Eric J. Gustafson, USDA Forest Service, Northern Research
Matthew Mitchell*, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The University of
Queensland; Jonathan Rhodes, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The
David J. Mladenoff*; Jodi A. Forrester; Matthew Noone, Dept of Forest & Wildlife Ecology, University of
Wisconsin-Madison.
Matthias Brgi, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL

Urban Dwellers at Risk in Poor Countries

Morimoto

United
States
Japan

Fen restoration in abandoned pasture in northern Japan, Hokkaido

David J. Mladenoff*; Jodi A. Forrester; Matthew Noone, Dept of Forest & Wildlife Ecology, University of
Wisconsin-Madison.
Mark R. Montgomery, Economics, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York; Poverty, Gender, and
Youth Program, Population Council, New York
Junko Morimoto, Masatoshi Shibata, Futoshi Nakamura, Hokkaido University

Morrison

USA

Observer error in vegetation surveys: A comprehensive literature review

Lloyd W. Morrison, Biology Department, Missouri State University

Ulla

Mortberg

Sweden

11:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Anita

Morzillo

USA

1:50 PM - 2:05 PM

Philip

Mote

USA

Cultural ecosystem services in a compacting city case studies from


Stockholm
Joint Production Possibilities for Management of Multiple Wildlife Species,
Carbon, and Wood Products in Pacific Northwest Forests
Global climate change

Ulla Mrtberg*, KTH Royal Institute of Technology; Juan Azcarate, KTH Royal Institute of Technology; and
Berit Balfors, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Anita T. Morzillo*, University of Connecticut; Blair Csuti, Oregon State University; Keith Olsen, Oregon State
University; Brenda McComb, Oregon State University; Mark E. Harmon, Oregon State University; Jeff Kline,
Philip Mote*, Oregon Climate Change Research Institute

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Ashraf

Muharam

Thursday, July 9

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Deus

Muhwezi

Saudi
Arabia
Uganda

Ashraf Muharam: Student at Master Program, Department of Architecture & Building Science, college of
Architecture and Planning, king Saud university, Saudi Arabia, Email:ashraf.muharam@yahoo.com.
Deus Kamunyu Muhwezi, Makerere University*; Tommaso Sitzia, University of Padova

Tuesday, July 7

11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

Amy

Mui

Thursday, July 9

4:05 PM - 4:25 PM

Sharif

Mukul

Tuesday, July 7

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Daniel

Mller

Monday, July 6

1:20 PM - 1:40 PM

Melanie

Murphy

Impact of Plant Height and Irrigation on Thermal Performance of Extensive


Green Roofs in Riyadh City
Provision of ecotourism opportunities and destination images related to
ecologically important landscape structures in Ugandas mountainous regions
Canada Seasonal modeling of turtle habitat across two landscapes using remote
sensing imagery
Australia Biodiversity and Ecosystem Carbon Budget in Degraded Landscapes
Following Shifting Cultivation in Upland Philippines
Germany Thresholds responses and policy punctuation shape regime shifts in
Southeast Asian land systems
USA
Multi-scale network analysis of wood frog connectivity in Colorado

Thursday, July 9

9:50 AM - 10:10 AM

Melanie

Murphy

USA

Networks in Landscape Genetics

Amy B. Mui*, Department of Geography, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Yuhong He, Department of
Geography, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Marie-Josee Fortin, Department of Ecology and
Sharif A. Mukul*, Tropical Forestry Group, School of Agriculture and Food Sciences, The University of
Queensland, Brisbane, Australia; John Herbohn, Tropical Forestry Group, School of Agriculture and Food
Daniel Mller* Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO), Theodor-LieserStr. 2, 06120 Halle (Saale), Germany Integrative Research Institute on Transformations of HumanMelanie Murphy*, University of Wyoming Rick Scherer, Colorado State University Erin Muths, USGS Sara
Oyler-McCance, USGS
Melanie Murphy, University of Wyoming

Monday, July 6

4:30 PM - 4:55 PM

Laura

Musacchio

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Kosuke

Nakagawa

United
States
Japan

The Four Faces of the Design-in-Science Paradigm: Will These Four Expert- Laura R. Musacchio*, Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Minnesota
Driven Perspectives Radically Reshape How Research and Application
Developing windthrow risk model for plantation management strategy under Kosuke Nakagawa*,Graduate school of Agriculture Hokkaido University; Junko Morimoto, Agriculture
climate change
Hokkaido University; Yasuto Furukawa, Agriculture Hokkaido University; Yoshio Mishima, National Institute

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

S56

Urban Ecology VII

P23

Poster: Hydrology

S07

Urban Ecology I

S32

Landscape Planning I

S31

Climate Change III

S31

Climate Change III

S31

Climate Change III

S26

Methods: Geospatial I

P01

Poster: Connectivity

S12

Disturbance Ecology I

S37

Land Use Change VI

S32

Landscape Planning I

S39

Ecosystem Services III

S39

Ecosystem Services III

S47

Montane Landscape

P23

Poster: Hydrology

S37

Land Use Change VI

S38
S16
P21
CO-20
S40
S02
CO-22
S24

Understanding the Role of Green


Spaces in Mitigating Urban

Thursday, July 9

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

Nobukazu

Nakagoshi

Japan

The 70 years greenery history of Hiroshima an A-bombed city

Nobukazu Nakagoshi*, Graduate School for IDEC, Hiroshima Univesity, Japan

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Sima

Namin

Landscapes of Environmental Justice: An Analysis of Ecological Structures

Sima Namin, Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Texas at Arlington

Urban Landscape Ecology: Global


Perspectives; Chunyang He
Innovations in Landscape Planning:
Exploring Novel Approaches and
Climate Change and Biotic
Interactions: Linking Theory, Data
Climate Change and Biotic
Interactions: Linking Theory, Data
Climate Change and Biotic
Interactions: Linking Theory, Data
Remote Sensing and Farmscaping
for Ecological Service

Monday, July 6

10:50 AM - 11:15 AM

Joan

Nassauer

United
States
USA

Applying urban landscape ecology: lessons from and for practice

Joan Iverson Nassauer*, School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan, USA

Wednesday, July 8

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM

Joan

Nassauer

USA

Thursday, July 9

10:50 AM - 11:10 AM

Ilona

USA

Joan Nassauer*, University of Michigan, USA;Natalie Sampson, University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA; Alicia
Alvarez, University of Michigan; Allen Burton, University of Michigan; Margaret Dewar, University of Michigan;
Ilona Naujokaitis-Lewis*, University of Wisconsin-Madison Ben Zuckerberg, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Thursday, July 9

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Ilona

USA

Thursday, July 9

9:20 AM - 9:30 AM

Ilona

USA

Introduction to Symposium

Helen Regan

Tuesday, July 7

9:25 AM - 10:00 AM

Stephen

NaujokaitisLewis
NaujokaitisLewis
NaujokaitisLewis
Ndzeidze

Designed responses to urban vacancy: Aligning environmental and social


processes in Detroit
Temporal scale influences the signal of biotic interactions on species
distributions
Closing Discussion with Invited Speakers

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Andre

Negreiros

Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking


Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,
Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,
Limits and Implications for
Innovations in Landscape Planning:
Exploring Novel Approaches and
Interfaces Between Landscape
Structure and Ecosystems
Interfaces Between Landscape
Structure and Ecosystems
Changes in Landscape
Connectivity and Fragmentation in

Monday, July 6

1:45 PM - 2:00 PM

Amanda

Nelson

Wednesday, July 8

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Maik

Netzband

Wednesday, July 8

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Felix

Neuendorf

Wednesday, July 8

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Elizabeth

Wednesday, July 8

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Thursday, July 9

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Remote sensing and landscape ecology of beneficiary insectary habitat for


agro-biodiversity conservation
Brazzil
Vegetation and topsoil characteristics and their importance in interception
and infiltration in drainage systems under cocoa plantations, Itacar, Bahia,
United
Specialist parasitoids in urban and agricultural landcover: a metacommunity
States
approach
Germany Remote Sensing and Spatial Indicators for Detecting Urban Trajectories

Stephen K. Ndzeidze*, Paul Jepson, Gwendolyn Ellen IPPC, Oregon State University, Corvallis OR

Nichols

Germany Charting the Unknown: A methodological approach to identify and assess


uncertainties in landscape planning
Symposium Discussion

Elizabeth

Nichols

Brasil

Matthew

Nicholson

USA

Felix Neuendorf, Leibniz Universitt Hannover; Christina von Haaren, Leibniz Universitt Hannover; Christian
Albert, Leibniz Universitt Hannover & Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research; Frank Schaarschmidt,
Elizabeth Nichols, University of So Paulo, Brazil, Swarthmore College, USA* Jean Paul Metzger, University
of So Paulo, Brazil
Elizabeth Nichols, University of So Paulo, Brazil, Swarthmore College, USA* Jean Paul Metzger, University
of So Paulo, Brazil
Matthew C Nicholson, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); James Wickham, U.S. EPA; Petra B
Wood, U.S. Geological Survey; Michael Strager, West Virginia University; Christine Mazzarella, U.S. EPA;
Laurentiu Rozylowicz (1), Andreea Nita* (2,3), Carmen Sorescu (4), Gabriel Chisamera (5), Cristiana
Ciocanea (1), Steluta Manolache (1) (1) University of Bucharest, Center for Environmental Research, 1.
Ni Andreea*, Institute of Research of University of Bucharest, ICUB; Transdisciplinary Research Centre
Landscape-Territory-Information Systems, CeLTIS, Splaiul Independentei,Bucharest, Romania; Athanasios
Malcolm North, US Forest Service, PSW Research Station, Davis, CA

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Andreea

Ni

Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,


Wednesday, July 8
Limits and Implications for
Disturbance Ecology II
Opportunities and constraints in the Wednesday, July 8
restoration and management of
Agrarian Landscapes II
Rethinking Landscape Degradation Monday, July 6
Analysis and Prevention in Agrarian
Poster: Methods: Geospatial
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Andreea

Ni

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM

Malcolm

North

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

Agnieszka

Nowak

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Catia

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Urban Ecology VI

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Bryan

Nunes da
Cunha
Nuse

Landscapes and Health: Exploring


the Impact of Landscapes on
Cross-Boundary, Cross-Scale
Monday, July 6
Understanding of Social-Ecological
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Integration of Landscape Ecology Tuesday, July 7
into Ecosystem Service
Landscape Action Through Flows Monday, July 6
and Place: Interfaces Between
Landscape Action Through Flows Monday, July 6
and Place: Interfaces Between
Ecosystem Services in Land Use
Thursday, July 9
Planning and Land Use Policy: How
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Landscapes of the Future:
Wednesday, July 8
Modelling Land Cover Change and
Beyond General Legacies in
Thursday, July 9
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Building Regional Sustainability in Tuesday, July 7
Urban Agglomerations: The History,
Landscape Genetics Across Space Thursday, July 9
and Time: Contributions of
Biocultural Landscape Diversity:
Wednesday, July 8
Building Bridges from Global
Mountain Land Use Changes and Monday, July 6
Ecosystem Services
Landscape Action Through Flows Monday, July 6
and Place: Interfaces Between
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

11:30 AM - 11:45 AM

sa

Ode Sang

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Tiago

Oliveira

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Jennifer

Olker

9:00 AM - 9:15 AM

Makoto

Ooba

1:20 PM - 1:30 PM

Paul

Opdam

10:55 AM - 11:15 AM

Paul

Opdam

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Paul

Opdam

9:50 AM - 10:05 AM

Katarzyna

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Katarzyna

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Lars

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Takahiro

4:00 PM - 4:15 PM

Beatriz

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

OYETAYO

10:45 AM - 11:05 AM

Suzanne

1:50 PM - 2:10 PM

Suzanne

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Shaping Landscape Ecology


Approaches Worldwide in Different
Urban Landscape Ecology: Global
Perspectives; Chunyang He
A Concept Clear as Mud?
Understanding and Applying Urban
The Landscapes Metabolism:
Interweaving the Landscape

Thursday, July 9

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

CORAL
JAZVEL
Emilio

Monday, July 6

4:55 PM - 5:15 PM

Parisa

Tuesday, July 7

10:35 AM - 10:50 AM

Parisa

Monday, July 6

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Massimo

Thursday, July 9, 2015

11:35 AM - 11:50 AM

Xi

Thursday, July 9, 2015

1:55 PM - 2:10 PM

Sean

1:20 PM - 1:45 PM

Stephan

9:00 AM - 9:20 AM

Stephan

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Stephan

Coupled Human Natural


Systems I
Aquatic Ecology I

S09

Coupled Human Natural


Systems III
Agragrian Landscapes I

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

S52

Ecosystem Services V

CO-15

Land Use Change VII

S29

Land Use Change V

S54

Historical Ecology

S23

Urban Ecology V

S46
S53

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Biocultural Landscapes II

S01

Land Use Change I

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

P23

Poster: Hydrology

S45

Biocultural Landscapes III

S07

Urban Ecology I

S21

Urban Ecology IV

S13

Urban Ecology III

CO-23

Forest Ecology IV

CO-27

Fire Ecology

S07

Urban Ecology I

S21

Urban Ecology IV

S56

Urban Ecology VII

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Wednesday, July 8

Urban Landscape Ecology: Global Monday, July 6


Perspectives; Chunyang He
A Concept Clear as Mud?
Tuesday, July 7
Understanding and Applying Urban
Understanding the Role of Green
Thursday, July 9
Spaces in Mitigating Urban

USA

Paulo Vagner Ribeiro da Silva, Estate University of Santa Cruz; Thiara Helena Mota Almeida, Estate
University of Santa Cruz; Paulo Fernando Meliani, Estate University of Santa Cruz: Andr Batista de
Amanda E. Nelson*, Andrew A. Forbes University of Iowa Department of Biology
Maik Netzband, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany

Influence of landscape structure on the provision of disease-regulating


ecosystem services.
Landscape Impacts of Mountaintop Mining in the Appalachian Mountains --State of our Knowledge and a Path Forward
Romania Applied conservation planning within a Romanian Natura 2000 wetland
lessons from a LIFE Nature project
Romania Lifestyle Causes of Suburban Growth and Consequences on Landscape
Function
United
Constraints and novel opportunities for increasing fuels treatment and forest
States
resilience in California
Poland
Relationship between environmental properties, land use and the resilience Agnieszka Nowak, Institute of Geography and Spatial Management, Jagiellonian University
to landscape degradation in Malopolska Region (Poland)
Brasil
Exploring the Ability of Optical and Sar Imagery Detecting Small Dimension
Julia Arieira*, Universidade de Cuiab (UNIC) / INAU; Ctia Nunes da Cunha, Instituto Nacional de Cincia e
Habitats in a Flood Plain Landscape
Tecnologia em reas midas (INAU)
USA
Assessing functional connectivity in the face of uncertainty about population Bryan L. Nuse*, Georgia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Warnell School of Forestry and
processes: a Bayesian modeling approach applied to conservation of the
Natural Resources, University of Georgia; Jeffrey Hepinstall-Cymerman, Warnell School of Forestry and
Sweden Linking Perception of Green Space Characteristics and Biodiversity With Well- sa Ode Sang, Dept. of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management, Swedish University of
being and Recreation in Order to Map Urban Cultural Ecosystem Services
Agricultural Sciences; Marcus Hedblom, Department of Forest Resource Management, Swedish University of
Portugal Is Portugal's forest transition going up in smoke?
Tiago M. Oliveira*, (Centro de Estudos Florestais, Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Universidade de Lisboa.)
Nuno Guiomar, (ICAAM - Instituto de Cincias Agrrias e Ambientais Mediterrnicas, Universidade de vora )
USA
Evaluating Wetland Connectivity in the Prairie Pothole Region under Climate Jennifer H. Olker*, University of Minnesota Duluth; Lucinda B. Johnson, University of Minnesota Duluth; W.
Change Scenarios
Carter Johnson, South Dakota State University; Glenn R. Guntenspergen, US Geological Survey
Japan
Landscape-level evaluation of ecosystem services: Urban, plantation, and
Makoto Ooba, National Institute for Environmental Studies
natural forests in the central part of Japan
Introduction to Part II
Paul Opdam, Alterra Wageningen UR; Netherlands
Netherlan
ds
Netherlan
ds
Poland

Business as innovators in social-ecological transitions to sustainable


landscapes: the case of the Dutch Heineken brewery
Linking individual and community levels in social-ecological networks by
information about landscape services
Ostapowicz
Implication of future land cover change on the brown bear habitat suitability in
the northern part of the Carpathians
Ostapowicz
Poland
Modelling future forest cover change in the Swiss Alps and the Polish
Carpathians: drivers and implications
Ostlund
Sweden Sami land use 1555-1850 in northern Scandinavia - quantitative data on
forest use and human impact
Ota
Japan
Integrated Landscape Conservation of Traditional Agricultural Regions in
Urban Agglomeration: Case Study of Uji Tea Growing Region
Otero Jimnez USA
Effects of Coffee Agroecosystem Management on the Population Structure
and Dispersal of a Tropical Forest Rodent (Heteromys desmarestianus )
OYELOWO
NIGERIA Traditional management techniques in the conservation of sacred groves of
south-west Nigeria
Ozment
USA
Corporate Ecosystem Services Strategies in Brazil: Opportunities and
Challenges
Ozment
United
Corporate Ecosystem Services Strategies in Brazil: Opportunities and
States
Challenges
PACHECO
Mxico
Condition of Conservation of Wetlands in Tabasco, Based on its Shape
FIGUEROA
PADOAITALY
Time to expand biodiversity spectrum: landscape and culture as levels of
SCHIOPPA
interest
Pakzad
Australia Developing a sustainability indicator set for measuring green infrastructure
performance
Pakzad
Australia Developing a sustainability indicator set for measuring green infrastructure
performance
Palme
Chile
Climate change, urban environment and landscape metabolism: simulation
studies in arid clmates.
Pang
Sweden Trade-offs and synergies among ecosystem services and biodiversity under
different forest management scenarios case study of a forest landscape in
Parks
USA
Quantifying negative feedbacks between wildland fire and subsequent fire
occurrence
Pauleit
Germany Green infrastructure strategies for climate change and the promotion of
biodiversity in urban areas
Pauleit
Deutschl Perspectives on European Urban Green Infrastructure Planning: a
and
comparative analysis of 20 cities
Pauleit
Germany Green infrastructure strategies for climate change in urban areas

Paul Opdam, Alterra Wageningen UR; Eveliene Steingrver, Alterra Wageningen UR; Menko Wiersema,
Province of South Holland; Jan Kempers, Heineken Netherlands
Paul Opdam, Alterra Wageningen UR
Katarzyna Ostapowicz1, Elbieta Zikowska1, Carlos Bautista Leon2, Teresa Berezowska-Cnota2, Tobias
Kuemmerle3, Volker C. Radeloff4, Nuria Selva2 1 Department of GIS, Cartography and Remote Sensing,
Katarzyna Ostapowicz, Department of GIS, Cartography and Remote Sensing, Institute of Geography and
Spatial Management, Jagiellonian University, Poland; Bronwyn Price, Janine Bolliger, Urs Gimmi
Lars Ostlund*, Anna-Maria Rautio, Anna-Lena Axelsson, Torbjorn Josefsson
Monte Cassim, College of Policy Science, Ritsumeikan University; Takahiro Ota*, Faculty of Environmental
Studies, Nagasaki University; Xuepeng Qian, College of Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific
Beatriz Otero Jimnez*, Priscilla Tucker, John Vandermeer Department of Ecology and Evolutionary
Biology University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Oyelowo O.J.*, Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria; Aduradola, A.M., Federal University of Agriculture,
Abeokuta, Nigeria; Onadeko S.A.,Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria; Agboola D.A.,Federal
Suzanne Ozment, World Resources Institute
Suzanne Ozment, World Resources Institute
Coral J. Pacheco-Figueroa*, DACBiol-UJAT; Elas Jos Gordillo Chvez, DACBiol-UJAT; Lilia Mara Gama
Campillo, DACBiol-UJAT; Juan de Dios Valdez Leal, DACBiol-UJAT; Ruth del Carmen Luna Ruz, Eduardo
Emilio PADOA-SCHIOPPA*, University of Milano-Bicocca; Telmo PIEVANI, University of Padova
Parisa Pakzad, Ph.D. candidate, Sustainable urbanism; Dr. Paul Osmond, Senior Lecturer University of
New South Wales, Australia
Parisa Pakzad Dr Paul Osmond
Massimo Palme, School of Architecture, Catholic University of the North, Antofagasta, Chile
Xi Pang*, Ulla Mrtberg, Eva-Maria Nordstrm, Hannes Bttcher and Ola Sallns
Sean A. Parks*, Carol Miller, Lisa M. Holsinger - Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute, Rocky
Mountain Research Station, US Forest Service
Stephan Pauleit, Chair for Strategic Landscape Planning and Management, Technical University of Munich;
Teresa Zlch, Centre for Urban Ecology and Climate Change Adaptation, Technical University of Munich;
Rieke Hansen*, Technische Universitt Mnchenh; Emily L. Rall, Technische Universitt Mnchen; Stephan
Pauleit, Technische Universitt Mnchen
Stephan Pauleit, Teresa Zlch, Johannes Maderspacher, Werner Lang - TU Mnchen, Centre for Urban
Ecology and Climate Adaptation, Munich, Germany

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

S29

Land Use Change V

P01

Poster: Connectivity

S04

Climate Change I

S03

Urban Ecology II

S08

Forest Ecology I

S06

Ecosystem Services I

CO-18

Agrarian Landscapes V

S46
P01

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Poster: Connectivity

S35

Ecosystem Services II

S51

Landscape Planning IV

CO-08

Methods: Computation II

CO-28

Ecosystem Services VI

S30
CO-08

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VI
Methods: Computation II

S43

Land Use Change VIII

S48

Methods: Geospatial II

S45

Biocultural Landscapes III

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

CO-29

Grassland Ecology

S14

Biocultural Landscapes I

S14

Biocultural Landscapes I

S14

Biocultural Landscapes I

CO-20
CO-22

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Aquatic Ecology I

CO-08

Methods: Computation II

S50

Carbon

S50

Carbon

S50

Carbon

S24
S43

Coupled Human Natural


Systems III
Land Use Change VIII

S43

Land Use Change VIII

S10
S06

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I
Ecosystem Services I

S05

Methods: Computation I

S49

S39

Coupled Human Natural


Systems V
Popluation, Genetics, and
Biodiversity II
Ecosystem Services III

S11

Land Use Change II

S29

Land Use Change V

S29

Land Use Change V

CO-23

Forest Ecology IV

CO-20
S09

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Agragrian Landscapes I

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

S53

Biocultural Landscapes II

CO-06

Landscapes of the Future:


Wednesday, July 8
Modelling Land Cover Change and
Monday, July 6

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Bas

Pedroli

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Tania

Pea-Baca

Keeping Pace with Climate


Change: Resilience in Coastal
The Changing Urban Landscapes
and Ecosystem Services: Problems
Applications in Forest Landscape
Ecology: Evolution, Progress and
Operationalizing the Ecosystem
Services Concept: Building a

Monday, July 6

2:20 PM - 2:35 PM

Brooke

Penaluna

Monday, July 6

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Jian

Peng

Monday, July 6

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Ajith

Perera

Monday, July 6

10:15 AM - 10:30 AM

Marta

Prez-Soba

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Landscape Genetics Across Space Thursday, July 9
and Time: Contributions of
Monday, July 6

1:55 PM - 2:10 PM

Valerie

Peters

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

Femke

Pflueger

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Ha

Pham

Landscape Approaches to
Wednesday, July 8
Modeling Cross-boundary
Landscape Conservation Design:
Thursday, July 9
Applications and Lessons Learned;
Monday, July 6, 2015

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Brian

Pickard

10:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Bradley

Pickens

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Kenneth

Pierce

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Agata

Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of Wednesday, July 8


Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Monday, July 6, 2015

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Matthias

PietrzykKaszynska
Pietsch

2:20 PM - 2:35 PM

Johan

Pihel

Performance of Models that


Simulate Change Through Space
Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support
Shaping Landscape Ecology
Approaches Worldwide in Different
Landscape Action Through Flows
and Place: Interfaces Between

Thursday, July 9

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Bryan

Wednesday, July 8

10:05 AM- 10:25 AM

Thursday, July 9
Monday, July 6

Bridging Cultural Landscapes and


Landscape Ecology; Tobias
Bridging Cultural Landscapes and
Landscape Ecology; Tobias
Bridging Cultural Landscapes and
Landscape Ecology; Tobias

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Netherlan The VOLANTE Roadmap for future land resource management in Europe
ds
Peru
Network modularity reveals spatial structure and fragmentation of exploited
marine metapopulations
USA
Vulnerability of Coastal Cutthroat Trout to changes in stream temperature
and flow in coastal streams of the Pacific Northwest of North America
China
Spatial Identification of Landscape Ecological Security Pattern Based on
Human Ecological Demanding: A Case Study in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region
Canada Applications in forest landscape ecology: evolution, progress, and challenges

Bas Pedroli*, Alterra Wageningen UR; Marc Metzger, Edinburgh University; Marcus Lindner, European Forest
Instititute; Anne Gravsholt Busck, Copenhagen University; Marta Prez Soba, Alterra Wageningen UR; Marc
Tania S. Pea-Baca* Laura I. Gonzalez-Guzman, University of Texas at Austin James R. Watson,
Stockholm Resilience Centre Timothy H. Keitt, University of Texas at Austin
Brooke E Penaluna*, PNW Research Station, US Forest Service; Ivan Arismendi, Oregon State University;
Steve Railsback, Lang Railsback and Associates; Bret Harvey, PSW Research Station, US Forest Service;
Jian Peng*, Peking University; Liqing Zhang, Peking University; Jiansheng Wu, Peking University

Marta Prez-Soba, Alterra - Wageningen University and Research Centre; Claire Brown, UNEP-WCMC; Mark
Rounsevell, The University of Edinburgh; Marc Metzger, The University of Edinburgh; Peter Verweij, Alterra Valerie E. Peters*, Biology, Miami University; Amelie Y. Davis, Geography, Miami University; Alberic Ponce de
Len, Universidad de Puerto Rico; Thomas O. Crist, Biology, Miami University
Femke J Pflueger, Niko Balkenhol* University of Goettingen, Department of Wildlife Sciences

Pijanowski

The
Oppla: building an ecosystem services resource hub for science, policy and
Netherlan practice
USA
Landscape Effects on the Biodiversity of Birds and Predatory Arthropods in
Soybean Agroecosystems
Goetting Assessing how environmental heterogeneity influences functional
en
connectivity: Towards behavioral landscape genetics
Japan
Historical changes of distribution patterns of tree in paddy field landscapes in
northeast Thailand
United
Understanding ecosystem service tradeoffs from urbanization in the
States
Appalachian Mountains, North Carolina, USA.
United
Assessing the Role of Indicators and Connectivity for Conservation Planning
States
of Southeastern U.S. Pine Woodlands and Savanna
United
Mapping Land-cover change with 1-m NAIP data across the 35,000 km2 of
States
the Puget Sound, WA ecosystem for management and science
Poland
Who perceives what and where? Results of facilitated workshops on spatial
distribution of ecosystem services with nature conservation experts and lay
Germany Contribution of connectivity metrics to the assessment of biodiversity some
methodological considerations
SWEDE Eye tracking and landscape: Why insights in behavior is of importance to the
N
future of landscape planning.
USA
Quantifying Goodness of Fit for a National Scale Land Change Model

Bryan

Pijanowski

USA

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Teresa

Pinto-Correia

11:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Maria

Thursday, July 9, 2015

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Timo

PiquerRodriguez
Pitknen

Monday, July 6

1:20 PM - 1:30 PM

Tobias

Plieninger

Monday, July 6

1:30 PM - 1:45 PM

Tobias

Plieninger

Monday, July 6

5:05 PM - 5:20 PM

Tobias

Plieninger

Denmark The driving forces of landscape change in Europe: A systematic review of the Tobias Plieninger, University of Copenhagen
evidence
Final Discussion & Wrap Up
Tobias Plieninger, University of Copenhagen; Schulp, Verburg

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6, 2015

5:05 PM - 5:20 PM

Roy

Plotnick

USA

Landscape Taphonomy and the Sixth Extinction

Roy E. Plotnick, University of Illinois at Chicago

4:40 PM - 5:05 PM

Amy

Pocewicz

USA

5:05 PM - 5:20 PM

Laura

Poggio

UK

Carbon Stocks and Flows in the


Landscape; Alessandro Gimona
Carbon Stocks and Flows in the
Landscape; Alessandro Gimona
Carbon Stocks and Flows in the
Landscape; Alessandro Gimona
Integration of Landscape Ecology
into Ecosystem Service
Performance of Models that
Simulate Change Through Space
Performance of Models that
Simulate Change Through Space
Waterscape Genetics: New
Perspectives on Connectivity in
Operationalizing the Ecosystem
Services Concept: Building a
Research Priorities in
Computational Landscape Ecology;
Food & Forests: Linking Food
Security, Livelihoods and Ecological

Thursday, July 9

11:25 AM - 12:00 PM

Laura

Poggio

*Amy Pocewicz, The Nature Conservancy - Wyoming Chapter; Edenise Garcia, The Nature Conservancy Amazon Conservation Program
Alessandro Gimona; Laura Poggio; Enrico Simonetti; Rob Brooker; Ruth Mitchell; Robin Pakeman The
James Hutton Institute - Aberdeen

Thursday, July 9

3:20 PM - 3:50 PM

Laura

Poggio

Thursday, July 9

4:50 PM - 5:20 PM

Laura

Poggio

Data and method dependence of soil carbon stock estimates and their
consequences for the assessment of land use change
Closing Discussion

Laura Poggio*, The James Hutton Institute - Aberdeen (Scotland, UK); Alessandro Gimona, The James
Hutton Institute - Aberdeen (Scotland, UK)

Tuesday, July 7

11:05 AM - 11:20 AM

Lars

Pomara

United
Kingdom
United
Kingdom
United
Kingdom
USA

Identifying land use drivers of stream fragmentation and prioritizing


restoration across an Amazonian watershed
Spatial relationships of plant functional traits and Ecosystem functions from
MODIS for Scotland
Discussion

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Robert

Pontius Jr

Ecosystem services vulnerability assessment within the Appalachian


Landscape Conservation Cooperative
Group Discussion

Lars Pomara*, US Forest Service; Danny Lee, US Forest Service

Thursday, July 9
Thursday, July 9

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Robert

Pontius Jr

USA

Mean Absolute Deviation to compare maps of a continuous variable

Robert Gilmore Pontius Jr*, Clark University; Rebecca Chapman, Clark University

Monday, July 6

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Jesse

Port

USA

Monday, July 6

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Jonathan

Porter

Monday, July 6

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Nicholas

Povak

Thursday, July 9

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Bronwen

Powell

Monday, July 6, 2015

11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

Breanna

Powers

Interfaces Between Landscape


Structure and Ecosystems
Modeling Drivers and
Consequences of Land Change:
Landscapes of the Future:
Modelling Land Cover Change and
Landscapes of the Future:
Modelling Land Cover Change and

Wednesday, July 8

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Urbashi

Pradhan

Monday, July 6

1:20 PM - 1:40 PM

Bronwyn

Price

Wednesday, July 8

2:20 PM - 2:30 PM

Bronwyn

Price

Wednesday, July 8

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Bronwyn

Price

Thursday, July 9, 2015

11:05 AM - 11:20 AM

Jessica

Price

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Melissa

Price

3:50 PM - 4:10 PM

Jorgen

Primdahl

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Paula

Prist

Wednesday, July 8

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Gloria

Pungetti

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Landscape Action Through Flows


and Place: Interfaces Between
Biocultural Landscape Diversity:
Building Bridges from Global

Ajith H. Perera* and Lisa J. Buse, Ontario Forest Research Institute, Canada

Ha T. Pham*, United Graduate School of Agricultural Science - Gifu University; Shuichi Miyagawa, Graduate
School of Applied Biological Science - Gifu Univerisity
Brian R. Pickard*, Center for Geospatial Analytics, North Carolina State University; Derek Van Berkel, Center
for Geospatial Analytics, North Carolina State University; Ross Meentemeyer, Center for Geospatial Analytics,
Bradley A. Pickens*, C. Ashton Drew North Carolina Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, North
Carolina State University; Louise Alexander-Vaughn, North Carolina State University; Amy Keister, South
Kenneth B. Pierce Jr.* Jeanne Miller, Kevin Samson, Timothy Quinn; WDFW Habitat Science Division
Agata Pietrzyk-Kaszyska*, Institute of Nature Conservation Polish Academy of Sciences; Agnieszka
Olszaska, Institute of Nature Conservation Polish Academy of Sciences; Marcin Rechciski, Institute of
Matthias Pietsch*, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Johan Pihel*, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Bryan C Pijanowski*, Purdue University Amin Tayyebi, University of California-Riverside Burak Pekin, San
Diego Zoo
Integrating climate-land-people at multiple scales: can we complete the loop? Bryan C. Pijanowski*, Purdue University; Nathan Moore, Michigan State University; Jennifer Olson, Michigan
State University; Gopal Alargaswamy, Michigan State University; Brent Lofgren, NOAA
Portugal Dealing with highly fuzzy landscapes: how to assess High Nature Value
Teresa Pinto-Correia*, Sergio Godinho, Nuno Guiomar, Carla Azedo, Carlos Guerra ICAAM, UNiversity of
Farmland in Mediterranean silvo-pastoral systems
vora, Portugal
Germany Drivers of agricultural expansion in Argentina
M. Piquer-Rodriguez, Humboldt Universitt zu Berlin; V. Butsic, University of California, Berkeley; G. GavierPizarro, National Institute of Agricultural Technology (INTA) - Buenos Aires; J. Volante, National Institute of
Finland Landscape history matters - impressions from the hemiboreal zone
Timo Pitknen*, University of Turku; Niina Kyhk, University of Turku; Helle Sknes, University of Stockholm
Introduction to Symposium

Tobias Plieninger, University of Copenhagen; Schulp, Verburg

Robert Gilmore Pontius Jr*, Clark University; Rebecca Chapman, Clark University

Environmental DNA Assessment of Vertebrate Biodiversity in a Kelp Forest


Ecosystem
United
Talking About Our Place - helping communities understand landscape
Kingdom benefits
USA
Multi-scaled controls on wildfire regimes: the search for better simulation
models
Morocco Land-use diversity supports access to nutritionally-important foods in a semiarid, mixed forest and farm landscape in Burkina Faso
U.S.
Development and application of a spatial IBM to forecast greater prairiechicken population responses to land use in the Flint Hills region of Kansas
India
Participatory Forest Management Practice: A need to sustain pollination
service in Sikkim, India
Switzerla Data-based approaches to modelling observed and future land-use change
nd
for Switzerland
Poster Presentations

Jesse A. Port*, Stanford University; Jimmy O'Donnell, University of Washington; Ofelia Romero-Maraccini,
Stanford University; Paul R. Leary, Stanford University; Steven Y. Litvin, Stanford University; Kerry J. Nickols,
Jonathan Porter, Jemma Brookes, Douglas Harman, Laura Partington, Paul Mahony, Countryscape; Elli
Carlisle, Scottish Natural Heritage
Nicholas A. Povak*, USFS PSW Research, Hilo, HI; Paul F. Hessburg, USFS PNW Research, Wenatchee,
WA
Bronwen Powell*, CIFOR, , Morocco; Amy Ickowitz, CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia; Michael Balinga, CIFOR,
Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso; Mathurin Zida,CIFOR, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso; Terry Sunderland, CIFOR,
Breanna F Powers*, US EPA Western Ecology Division; Dr. Nathan Schumaker, US EPA Western Ecology
Division
Urbashi Pradhan*, Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment and Manipal University, ;
Soubadra Devy M. Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment
Bronwyn Price, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL; Felix Kienast, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL;
Irmi Seidl, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL; Peter H. Verburg, VU University Amsterdam; Christian
Poster Authors

Switzerla
nd
United
States
USA

Bronwyn Price, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL; Felix Kienast, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL;
Irmi Seidl, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL; Peter H. Verburg, VU University Amsterdam; Christian
Jessica Price*, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Janet Silbernagel, University of Wisconsin at Madison

Symposium Introduction

Insights into the potential interactions of forest management and climate


change from landscape modeling of the Two Hearted River watershed,
Vulnerability of Hawaiian Tree Snails to Climate Change and the Genetic
Potential for Adaptation
Denmark Recoupling agriculture with landscape and rural development. Including
commercial farming development into collaborative landscape planning
Brazil
Landscape, environmental and social predictors of Hantavirus risk in the
State of So Paulo, Brazil
UK
Tribute to Professor Oliver Rackham and Debate on Biocultural Landscapes

Dr. Melissa R. Price*, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management; Dr. Zac Forsman,
Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology; Dr. Robert J. Toonen, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology; and Dr. Michael
Jrgen Primdahl, David Pears, Lone Kristensen, Andreas Aagaard Department of Geoscience and Natural
Resources Management, University of Copenhagen, Denmark; Esben Munk Srensen, Department of
Paula Ribeiro Prist*, University of So Paulo; Maria Uriarte,Columbia University; Jean Paul Metzger,
University of So Paulo
Gloria Pungetti, CCLP, University of Cambridge, UK

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

S53

Biocultural Landscapes II

S10
S41

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I
Coastal Landscapes I

S23

Urban Ecology V

CO-14

Landscape Management

P03

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services
Methods: Computation II

CO-08
S30
S04
S34

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VI
Climate Change I

Biocultural Landscape Diversity:


Building Bridges from Global
Waterscape Genetics: New
Perspectives on Connectivity in
Coastal Wetland Functions and
Responses to Landscape Change:
Building Regional Sustainability in
Urban Agglomerations: The History,

Wednesday, July 8

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Gloria

Pungetti

UK

Biocultural landscape diversity: global approaches and local applications

Gloria Pungetti, CCLP, University of Cambridge, UK

Monday, July 6

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Jonathan

Puritz

USA

The Seascape Genomics of Coastal Pollution

Jonathan Puritz*, Harte Research Institute, Texas A&M Corpus Christi

Thursday, July 9

10:05 AM - 10:20 AM

Man

QI

China

Tuesday, July 7

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Xuepeng

Qian

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6

9:35 AM - 9:50 AM

Jiangxiao

Qiu

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Quanyi

Qiu

Monday, July 6, 2015

2:35 PM - 2:50 PM

Yishu

Qiu

Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of


Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Keeping Pace with Climate
Change: Resilience in Coastal
Socio-ecological System Modelling
in Support of Adaptation of the
Prospects of Geospatial
Technologies to Support
Landscapes and Health: Exploring
the Impact of Landscapes on

Wednesday, July 8

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Sven-Erik

Rabe

Monday, July 6

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Md Mizanur

Rahman

Thursday, July 9

11:15 AM - 11:30 AM

Werner

Rammer

Wednesday, July 8

9:45 AM - 10:05 AM

Abel

Ramoelo

Wednesday, July 8

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Meenaskhi

Rao

Thursday, July 9, 2015

1:55 PM - 2:10 PM

Laura

Rasmussen

Landscape Action Through Flows


and Place: Interfaces Between
Bridging Cultural Landscapes and
Landscape Ecology; Tobias
Bridging Cultural Landscapes and
Landscape Ecology; Tobias
Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking
Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,
Keeping Pace with Climate
Change: Resilience in Coastal
Opportunities and constraints in the
restoration and management of

Monday, July 6

2:25 PM - 2:40 PM

Annick

Ravaka

Monday, July 6

2:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Christopher

Raymond

Monday, July 6

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Marcin

Rechciski

Monday, July 6

2:15 PM - 2:30 PM

John

Reeve

Monday, July 6

2:50 PM - 3:05 PM

Gordon

Wednesday, July 8

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

Matthew

Monday, July 6, 2015

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Modeling Drivers and


Consequences of Land Change:
Innovations in Landscape Planning:
Exploring Novel Approaches and
Food & Forests: Linking Food
Security, Livelihoods and Ecological
Beyond General Legacies in
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Landscape Conservation Design:
Applications and Lessons Learned;
Landscape Genetics Across Space
and Time: Contributions of
Meeting the Challenge of
Landscape Sustainability:

Monday, July 6
Wednesday, July 8

Man QI*, Tao SUN, Dongdong SHAO State Key Laboratory of Water Environment Simulation, School of
Environment, Beijing Normal University
Monte Cassim, Ritsumeikan University; Tahahiro Ota, Ritsumeikan University; Xuepeng Qian*, Ritsumeikan
Asia Pacific University
Jiangxiao Qiu*, Zoology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; Chloe B. Wardropper, Nelson
Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; Adena R. Rissman,
Quanyi Qiu, Qinghai Guo, Guoqin Zhang
Key Lab of Urban Environment and Health, Institute of Urban Environment,
Yishu Qiu, Shanghai Business School; Jun Gao, Shanghai Normal University

Reeves

Complex vegetation pattern arising from simple rules: a mechanistic


explanation of vegetation composition in salt marshes using
Japan
Integrated Landscape Conservation of Traditional Agricultural Regions in
Urban Agglomeration: Case Study of Uji Tea Growing Region
United
Joint spatial analysis of water policies and hydrologic ecosystem services in
States
an agricultural landscape

Spatial-temporal Variation of Ecosystem Services in peri-urban area of


Xiamen City, China
China
A Study of GIS Based Landscape Visual Absorption Capability - A Case of
Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve in China
Switzerla On the importance of non-linear relationships between landscape patterns,
nd
richness in species and the sustainable provision of ecosystem services
Banglade Response of Sundari to increased salinity in the Sundarbans
sh
sterreic Responding to a changing world: Modeling adaptive management agents in
h
forest landscapes
South
Use of remote sensing based landscape matrix for understanding grazing
Africa
patterns in the protected areas of the African savanna
USA
The demographics of primary and secondary traffic-related air pollution
exposure in Portland, OR
Denmark Vegetables or Weeds, Meat or Pests? Negotiating ecosystem services and
disservices in agricultural landscapes of Southeast Asia
Madagas The landscape gardeners: a typology of farmers in the Maningory watershed,
car
Madagascar
AUSTRA The farmer as a landscape steward: Exploring multiple types of humanLIA
environment interactions through landscape value and landscape
Poland
Landscape as a double ecotourist asset - PPGIS support for analysis of
ecotourism potential in peripheral municipalities in Poland
USA
Applying diffusion models to host, parasitoid, and predator movement in
natural landscapes
US
The Ecology of Coho Salmon in Ground and Surface Water Strea

Reilly

USA

Bjoern

Reineking

France

Matthew J. Reilly*, Oregon State University; Thomas A. Spies, USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest
Research Station
Bjoern Reineking*, Irstea; Florian Hartig, University of Freiburg

4:30 PM - 4:45 PM

Ryan

Reker

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Joerg

Rekittke

Thursday, July 9

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Delphine

Renard

Thursday, July 9

2:10 PM - 2:40 PM

Delphine

Renard

United
States
Singapor Change of perspective. Expedient tools for landscape reconnaissance.
e
Canada Bundling food with other ecosystem services: A historical perspective on
multifunctionality in southern Quebec
Canada Ecological legacies of pre-Columbian raised fields in French Guiana

Thursday, July 9

9:50 AM - 10:10 AM

John

Rice

USA

Thursday, July 9

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

Jonathan

Richardson

U.S.A.

Tuesday, July 7

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Taylor

Ricketts

USA

Monday, July 6, 2015

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Yessica

Rico

Canada

Thursday, July 9, 2015

10:05 AM - 10:20 AM

Kurt

Riitters

USA

Research Priorities in
Monday, July 6
Computational Landscape Ecology;
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Kurt

Riitters

11:35 AM - 11:50 AM

Julie

Ripplinger

Tuesday, July 7

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Max

Ritts

Canada

Thursday, July 9, 2015

S48

Coupled Human Natural


Systems IV
Methods: Geospatial II

S40

Urban Ecology VI

CO-28

Ecosystem Services VI

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

S14

Biocultural Landscapes I

S14

Biocultural Landscapes I

S12

Disturbance Ecology I

S04

Climate Change I

S38

Disturbance Ecology II

CO-04

Land Use Change III

S11

Land Use Change II

S32

Landscape Planning I

S49
S54

Coupled Human Natural


Systems V
Historical Ecology

S51

Landscape Planning IV

S46

CO-23

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Coupled Human Natural
Systems II
Popluation, Genetics, and
Biodiversity III
Forest Ecology IV

S05

Methods: Computation I

CO-12

Urban Ecology VIII

S25
CO-24

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity V
Aquatic Ecology II

Connecting the Landscape to the


Soundscape: State of the Art and

9:50 AM - 10:05 AM

Jason

Rohweder

USA

S12

Disturbance Ecology I

2:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Jens

Roland

Canada

S30

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VI
Land Use Change VII

10:10 AM - 10:30 AM

Werner

Rolf

CO-15

9:20 AM - 9:35 AM

Dusan

Romportl

S33

Special Topic

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

John

Rotenberry

S37

Land Use Change VI

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Sophie

Rudolf

CO-12

Urban Ecology VIII

Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking Monday, July 6


Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,
Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of Wednesday, July 8
Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial Wednesday, July 8
Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,
Wednesday, July 8
Limits and Implications for
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

11:05 AM - 11:20 AM

Stefan

Rter

CO-21

Climate Change V

Alexander

Sacco

Ecosystem Services IV

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Rene

Sachse

8:45 AM - 9:00 AM

Osamu

Saito

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Johanna

Salzer

P21

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows Thursday, July 9
and Demands in and Between
Coupled Human Natural
Integration of Landscape Ecology Tuesday, July 7
Systems III
into Ecosystem Service
Urban Ecology VI
Landscapes and Health: Exploring Wednesday, July 8
the Impact of Landscapes on
Poster: Methods: Geospatial
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

S44

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Georgina

Sanchez

S16

Agrarian Landscapes II

2:25 PM - 2:45 PM

Borivoj

Sarapatka

S45

Biocultural Landscapes III

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Ingrid

Sarlv Herlin

S18
CO-10

S24
S40

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Rethinking Landscape Degradation Monday, July 6


Analysis and Prevention in Agrarian
Shaping Landscape Ecology
Thursday, July 9
Approaches Worldwide in Different

Effects of contemporary wildfires on structural variation and landscape


diversity in forest of the Pacific Northwest
Calibrating forest landscape models with heterogeneous data: the challenge
of model structural deficiencies
Backcasting historic land-cover of the United States from 1938-1992

Using LCD to Promote a Collaborative Approach to Resource Decisionmaking


An Urban Rat Race: Using Landscape Genetics to Inform Epidemiology in
Salvador, Brasil
Managing landscapes for ecosystem services and biodiversity

Sven-Erik Rabe*, ETH Zurich; Adrienne Grt-Regamey, ETH Zurich


Md Mizanur Rahman*, Upazila Nirbahi Officer, Batiaghata, Khulna, Bangladesh; Harald Vacik, Institute of
Silviculture, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria
Werner Rammer*, Institute of Silviculture, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna; Rupert
Seidl, Institute of Silviculture, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna
Abel Ramoelo*, Moses Cho, Renaud Mathieu Earth Observation Research Group, Natural Resource and
Environment, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Pretoria, 0001
Meenakshi Rao*, Portland State University; Linda A. George, Portland State University; Vivek Shandas,
Portland State University
Laura Vang Rasmussen*, University of Copenhagen and University of Michigan; Ole Mertz, University of
Copenhagen
Annick Ravaka(1), Patrick O. Waeber(2), Harifidy Rakoto Ratsimba(1), Lucienne Wilm(3), Bruno
Ramamonjisoa(1) 1: ESSA-Forts, Antananarivo, Madagascar 2: ETH Zurich, Forest Management and
Christopher M. Raymond, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, University of
Copenhagen; Barbara Hardy Institute, University of South Australia
Marcin Rechciski*, Institute of Geography and Spatial Management Jagiellonian University in Krakow;
Marianna Strzelecka, Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management University of North Texas;
John D. Reeve*, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Gordon H. Reeves, PNW Research Station, Corvallis, OR

Ryan R. Reker*, InuTeq; Kristi L. Sayler, US Geological Survey; Terry L. Sohl, US Geological Survey; Jordan
Dornbierer, SGT Inc; Robert J. Quenzer, SGT Inc; Steve P. Wika, SGT Inc
Joerg Rekittke, National University of Singapore
Delphine Renard, Department of Natural Resource Sciences McGill; Elena M Bennett, Department of Natural
Resource Sciences and McGill School of Environment McGill; Jeanine M Rhemtulla, Department of Forest
Delphine Renard*, Department of Natural Resources McGill University; Anne Zangerle, Centre dEcologie
Fonctionnelle et Evolutive UMR 5175 CNRS France; Stephen Rostain, Archologie des Amriques UMR
John A. Rice, Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative
Jonathan Richardson, Providence College; Federico Costa, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation/Salvador Ministry of
Health; Christian Hernandez, Yale University; Mary Burak, Providence College; Albert Ko, Yale University;
Taylor Ricketts, University of Vermont

Is sheep grazing an important determinant of fine-scale spatial genetic


structure in calcareous grassland plant populations?
Cross-scale and cross-region analysis of global forest change from 2000 to
2012
Discussion with Symposium Organizers

Yessica Rico*, Department of Natural History, Royal Ontario Museum; Helene H. Wagner, Department of
Biology, University of Toronto
Kurt Riitters*, USDA Forest Service; James Wickham, US Environmental Protection Agency; Jennifer
Costanza, North Carolina State University; Peter Vogt, European Commission Joint Research Centre

The ecology of foreclosure: Zooming in on urban plant biodiversity and its


drivers under an economic disturbance
The intertidal soundscape in Gitgaat Territory, Hartley Bay, British Columbia

Julie Ripplinger*(1) and Janet Franklin(2). 1 School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University. 2 School of
Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University
Max Ritts, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

The Upper Mississippi River Floodscape: Spatial Patterns of Flood


Inundation And Associated Plant Community Distributions
Outbreak phase and fragmentation: effects of forest fragmentation on forest
tent caterpillar mortality through a full population cycle
Germany Landscape indicators for the assessment of ecosystem services along a land
use intensity gradient
esk
Designing green infrastructure across heterogeneous mountain landscape republika the Carpathians case study
United
From Environmental Patchiness to Ecological Scaling: the Roots of Scaling in
States
Avian Community Ecology
Switzerla Drivers of local policy response to urban sprawl: Evidence from Switzerland
nd
Germany Determinants of species richness for multiple species groups in urban green
spaces
USA
Sea ice and habitat preference of the Pacific walrus (Odobenus rosmarus
divergens ) in the Bering Sea: A multiscaled approach
Germany Analysing ecosystem service trade-offs by combined global-scale land
change and ecosystem modelling
Japan
Integrated ecosystem assessment and co-management of socio-ecological
production landscapes
USA
Impact of anthropogenic disturbance on native and invasive trypanosomes of
rodents in forested Uganda
United
Methodological and Analytical Frontiers for Agent-based Models of Spatially
States
Dynamic Landscape-Scale Processes
Czech
Soil degradation analysis as an important part of land degradation evaluation
Republic in the agrarian landscape
Sweden The Diversity of Approaches to Landscape Ecology and Landscape - in
Europe and Beyond

Jason J. Rohweder *; Nathan R. De Jager; Yao Yin; Erin Hoy USGS Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences
Center
Jens Roland*, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton
Werner Rolf*, Technical University of Munich; Roman Lenz, Nrtingen-Geislingen University; David Peters,
University of Tasmania
Dusan Romportl, Faculty of Science, Charles University; Miroslav Kutal, Friend of the Earth; Vladimir Zyka,
Faculty of Science, Charles University
John T. Rotenberry*, University of Minnesota
Sophie C. Rudolf*, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL; Anna M.
Hersperger, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL
Stefan Rter*, Institute of Environmental Planning; Sarah A. Matthies, Institute of Environmental Planning;
Frank Schaarschmidt, Institute of Biostatistics, Leibniz University Hannover
Alexander E. Sacco*, Andrew R. Mahoney Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks; G.
Carleton Ray, University of Virginia; Hajo Eicken, Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Mark
Rene Sachse*, University of Potsdam & PIK Potsdam; Kirsten Thonicke, PIK Potsdam; Peter Verburg, VU
University Amsterdam; Ariane Walz, University of Potsdam & PIK Potsdam
Osamu Saito*, Chiho Kamiyama, Nick Landreth, Yaw Agyeman Boafo, Moses Hillary Akuno, Kazuhiko
Takeuchi United Nations University (UNU)
Johanna S. Salzer, Darin S. Carroll, and Thomas R. Gillespie; Emory University and Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention
Jordan Smith, Center for Geospatial Analytics, NCSU; Lindsey Smart,Center for Geospatial Analytics, NCSU;
Georgina Sanchez*, Center for Geospatial Analytics, NCSU; & Ross Meentemeyer, Center for Geospatial
Borivoj Sarapatka, Marek Bednar Palacky University Olomouc CZ
Ingrid Sarlv Herlin, Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management, Swedish University
of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

S01

Land Use Change I

S28

Forest Ecology II

S35

Ecosystem Services II

S57

Climate Change II

S49
S40

Coupled Human Natural


Systems V
Urban Ecology VI

CO-14

Landscape Management

S16

Agrarian Landscapes II

S16

Agrarian Landscapes II

S16

Agrarian Landscapes II

P23

Poster: Hydrology

S33

Special Topic

S16

Agrarian Landscapes II

S47

Montane Landscape

S11

Land Use Change II

S14

Biocultural Landscapes I

S50

Carbon

P03

S03

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services
Population, Genetics, and
Biodiversity VII
Population, Genetics, and
Biodiversity IV
Urban Ecology II

Monday, July 6

11:25 AM - 11:40 AM

Tuesday, July 7

9:45 AM - 9:55 AM

Vishwambha Sati
r
Sari
Saunders

Wednesday, July 8

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Jesse

Sayles

Wednesday, July 8

1:55 PM - 2:10 PM

Robert

Scheller

Thursday, July 9

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Sara

Scherr

Wednesday, July 8

11:15 AM - 11:30 AM

Sophie

Schetke

Land use/cover Changes in the Uttarakhand Himalaya: assessment and


mapping
Implications of projected climate change for relative roles of disturbance,
climate and site drivers on stand level dynamics across a plot network of the
USA
Assessing scale mismatches for landscape restoration planning using socialecological network analysis
United
Understanding interactions among climate change, insect outbreaks,
States
wildfires, and forest management on dry forests in the western US
United
The state of integrated landscape management around the world: findings
States
from the LPFN Global Review and implications for policy and research
Germany Use and perception of urban green in Asian mega-cities

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Rethinking Landscape Degradation Monday, July 6
Analysis and Prevention in Agrarian
Rethinking Landscape Degradation Monday, July 6
Analysis and Prevention in Agrarian
Rethinking Landscape Degradation Monday, July 6
Analysis and Prevention in Agrarian
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

9:20 AM - 9:35 AM

Heather

Schibli

Canada

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

Christian

Schneider

4:45 PM - 5:00 PM

Christian

Schneider

Germany Landscape degradation in Germany and Eastern Poland - Evaluating


traditional and modernized agricultural loess regions
Poster Presentations

5:00 PM - 5:15 PM

Christian

Schneider

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Eryn

Schneider

John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial


Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Rethinking Landscape Degradation
Analysis and Prevention in Agrarian
Changes in Landscape
Connectivity and Fragmentation in
Modeling Drivers and
Consequences of Land Change:
Bridging Cultural Landscapes and
Landscape Ecology; Tobias
Carbon Stocks and Flows in the
Landscape; Alessandro Gimona

Wednesday, July 8

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Robert

Schooley

Monday, July 6

4:30 PM - 4:45 PM

Vera

Schreiner

Thursday, July 9

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Laura

Schuler

Monday, July 6

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Nynke

Schulp

Monday, July 6

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Nynke

Schulp

Thursday, July 9

9:20 AM - 10:10 AM

Nynke

Schulp

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Lisa

Schulte

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Tuesday, July 7

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Cheryl

Schultz

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Nathan

Schumaker

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Kirsten

Schwarz

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Marco

Schwarzak

Small Scale Variability in Snow Accumulation and Ablation Under a


Heterogeneous Mixed-Conifer Canopy
Integrating habitat heterogeneity into metapopulation approaches across
scales
Germany Desertification in West Siberia: Identification and model of processes for the
Northern Kulunda steppe
Switzerla From monocultures to mixed-species forests: is tree diversity key in providing
nd
ecosystem services on a landscape scale?
Netherlan Data-based vs process-based mapping of ecosystem service change
ds
Netherlan Ecosystem services in cultural landscapes
ds
Netherlan Carbon legacies of land use: development, impact and future consequences
ds
United
People in Ecosystems/Watershed Integration (PEWI): A dynamic land-use
States
and ecosystem service tradeoffs assessment tool
USA
Using site-based spatial planning to enhance population viability for an
endangered butterfly
USA
Using IBMs to investigate spatially-dependent processes in landscape
genetics theory
USA
The role of geographical context in the distribution of urban tree canopy
cover: implications for environmental justice and urban sustainability planning
Germany Towards an understanding of land consumption in Germany

10:45 AM - 11:05 AM

Scott

Schwenk

USA

11:20 AM - 11:35 AM

Eugnie

Schwoertzig

France

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

James

Scott

USA

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

M. Lukas

Seehausen

Canada

P04

John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial Wednesday, July 8


Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Disturbance Ecology I
Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking Monday, July 6
Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,
Poster: Disturbance Ecology
Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Dominik

Seidel

S57

Climate Change II

Wednesday, July 8

9:50 AM - 10:05 AM

Rupert

Seidl

United
States
Austria

S08

Forest Ecology I

Monday, July 6

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Thomas

Seifert

S10

Monday, July 6

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

Kimberly

Selkoe

South
Africa
USA

Monday, July 6

4:35 PM - 5:00 PM

Kimberly

Selkoe

USA

Moderated Discussion

Kim Selkoe*, NCEAS & U. Hawaii; Oscar Gaggiotti, U. St. Andrews; Rob Toonen, U. Hawaii

Wednesday, July 8

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

Kalev

Sepp

Eesti

The definition of High Nature Value Farmland in Estonia

S57

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I
Population, Genetics, and
Biodiversity I
Popluation, Genetics, and
Biodiversity VI
Climate Change II

Carrie M. Chennault, Lisa A. Schulte*, John C. Tyndall, John K. Van Dyk, Ryan Frahm Iowa State
University
Cheryl B. Schultz*, Washington State University, Joseph Smokey; Washington State University; Elizabeth E.
Crone, Tufts University
Nathan H. Schumaker*, US Environmental Protection Agency; Jennifer MW. Day, University of Washington;
Allen Brookes, US Environmental Protection Agency
Kirsten Schwarz*, Northern Kentucky University; Adam Berland, USEPA; Dustin L. Herrmann, USEPA;
Matthew E. Hopton, USEPA
Marco Schwarzak*, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development; Martin Behnisch, Leibniz
Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development; Odette Kretschmer, Leibniz Institute of Ecological
Landscape Conservation Design Piloted in the Connecticut River Watershed Scott Schwenk*, North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative; Kevin McGarigal, UMass Amherst;
Nancy McGarigal, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USWFS); Andrew Milliken, USWFS; Randy Dettmers,
Impacts of an urbanization gradient on plant communities: a case study along Eugnie Schwoertzig*, LIVE-UDS -CNRS UMR 7362 / Strasbourg Eurometropole ; Nicolas Poulin, CeStatS /
riparian corridors in Strasbourg, France
IRMA-UDS-CNRS UMR 7501 ; Michle Trmolires, LIVE-UDS-CNRS UMR 7362
Conservation landscapes: integrating terrestrial and aquatic habitats
Alex Fremier ,School of Environment and Management ,Washington State University Pullman Washingto; J.
Michael Scott Department of Fish and Wildlife Sciences , University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
Parasitism of Endemic Spruce Budworm Populations at Different Spatial
M. Lukas Seehausen*, University of Toronto, Faculty of Forestry; Jacques Rgnire, Natural Resources
Scales
Canada, Canadian Forest Service; Vronique Martel, Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service;
Canopy gap measurements in past and present: new prospects for forest
Dominik Seidel, Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University; Klaus Puettmann,
science
Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University
Seeing the forest for the trees: Is there a place for individual trees in forest
Rupert Seidl*, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) Vienna, Austria
landscape modeling?
The Green Landscapes concept: A spatial decision support tool to optimise Thomas Seifert, Department of Forest and Wood Science, Stellenbosch University, South Africa; Stefan
land-use portfolios for ecosystem service provision in a changing climate.
Seifert, Scientes Mondium, UG, Germany; Cori Ham, Department of Forest and Wood Science Stellenbosch
Seascape drivers of community-wide genetic diversity across Hawaiian reefs Kim Selkoe*, NCEAS & U. Hawaii; Oscar Gaggiotti, U. St. Andrews; Rob Toonen, U. Hawaii.

S37

Land Use Change VI

S51

Landscape Planning IV

CO-12

Urban Ecology VIII

S33

Special Topic

Wednesday, July 8

4:45 PM - 5:00 PM

Josep

Serra-Diaz

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

Monday, July 6

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

Kalev Sepp*, Estonian University of Life Sciences; Robert Gerald Henry Bunce, Estonian University of Life
Sciences; Tambet Kikas, University of Tartu; Ain Kull, University of Tartu; David Mccraken, Scotlands
Josep M. Serra-Diaz*, Arizona State University; Lynn Sweet, University of California Santa Barbara CA; Ian
McCullough, University of California Santa Barbara CA; Janet Franklin, Arizona State University Tempe AZ ;
Yasuyo Makido, PhD, Research Associate, Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State
University; Vivek Shandas, PhD, Associate Professor, Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning,
Sa'd Shannak Research Associate King Abdullah petroleum studies and research centre

CO-20
S20

S12

S10
S30

Mountain Land Use Changes and


Ecosystem Services
Emerging Temperate Rainforest
Dynamics: Comparing Expected
Landscape Approaches to
Modeling Cross-boundary
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and
Food & Forests: Linking Food
Security, Livelihoods and Ecological
Landscapes and Health: Exploring
the Impact of Landscapes on

Incorporating Eco-Evolutionary
Processes into Population Models;
The Changing Urban Landscapes Monday, July 6
and Ecosystem Services: Problems
Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,
Wednesday, July 8
Limits and Implications for
Landscape Conservation Design:
Thursday, July 9
Applications and Lessons Learned;
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Modeling Forest Landscapes in a


Changing ClimateTheory and
Applications in Forest Landscape
Ecology: Evolution, Progress and
Waterscape Genetics: New
Perspectives on Connectivity in
Waterscape Genetics: New
Perspectives on Connectivity in
Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of
Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Vivek

Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows Thursday, July 9


and Demands in and Between
Poster: Methods: Geospatial
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Sa'd

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

David

Tuesday, July 7

10:35 AM - 10:50 AM

Zehao

CO-04

Coupled Human Natural


Systems III
Land Use Change III

Monday, July 6, 2015

11:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Jason

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Ping

S13

Urban Ecology III

Monday, July 6

4:20 PM - 4:40 PM

Hiroyuki

S35

Ecosystem Services II

Wednesday, July 8

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Douglas

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Alexandra

CO-04

Land Use Change III

Monday, July 6, 2015

11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

Jacquelyn

S37

Land Use Change VI

Wednesday, July 8

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Stefan

S25

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity V
Aquatic Ecology I

Tuesday, July 7

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

KATHRYN

Wednesday, July 8,
2015

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Luciana

P21
S24

CO-22

Integration of Landscape Ecology


into Ecosystem Service

The Landscapes Metabolism:


Interweaving the Landscape
Landscape Approaches to
Modeling Cross-boundary

Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,


Limits and Implications for
Connecting the Landscape to the
Soundscape: State of the Art and

India

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Canada

Bioregional planning for multiple aggregate site rehabilitation

Vishwambhar Prasad Sati*, Department of Geography and Resource Management, Mizoram University,
Aizawl, India
Sari C. Saunders, BC Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations; Heather Klassen, BC
Ministry of Forests Lands, and Natural Resource Operations; Brian Buma, University of Alaska Southeast;
Jesse S. Sayles*, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University
Robert Scheller*, Portland State University; E. Louise Loudermilk, USDA Forest Service
Sara J. Scherr, EcoAgriculture Partners; Louise Buck, EcoAgriculture Partners and Cornell University; Abby
Hart*, EcoAgriculture Partners and Cornell University; Seth Shames, EcoAgriculture Partners
Sophie Schetke*, University of Bonn; Salman Qureshi, Humboldt-Universitt Berlin; Sven Lautenbach,
University of Bonn; Nadja Kabisch, Humboldt-Universitt Berlin
Heather Schibli*, Landscape Architecture, University of Guelph; Dr. Karen Landman, School of Environmental
Design & Rural Development, University of Guelph, Guelph Ontario; Dr. Lorne Bennett, Department of
Christian Schneider, Jrgen Heinrich Leipzig University, Institute of Geography
Poster Authors

Summary of the Symposium


United
States
USA

United
The Establishment Niche in the Landscape: Signals of Transition and
States of Opportunities for Forest Persistence Under Climate Change
Shandas
Landscape Characterization of Urban Heat Islands Using Land Use and Land
Cover: A case study of Doha, Qatar
Shannak
Saudi
Improving energy productivity for water supply, distribution, and treatment
Arabia
SHEEREN
France
Temporal dependency of NDVI satellite imagery for predicting French
breeding birds diversity
Shen
China
Early post-fire regeneration of a fire-prone subtropical Pinus mixed forest in
Yunnan, southwest China: the effects of pre-fire vegetation, fire severity and
Sherba
USA
Applying IPCC Representative Concentration Pathway (RCP) land-use
projections to a regional level assessment of land-use change in the Pacific
Shi
USA
Case study on Evaluation of soil pollution situation in urban industrial
wasteland
Shimizu
Japan
Characteristics of spatial distribution pattern and change of urban land use
and population: Case study of the entire national land of Japan
Shoemaker
United
Scenario-based assessment of the effect of urban landscape configuration
States
on ecosystem regulation of water quality
Shoffner
U.S.A.
The relative effects of habitat amount, habitat configuration, and urbanization
on forest breeding birds
Shuman
USA
Fine-scale forest modeling as a tool for evaluating changes in the energy
buget of an earth system model
Siedentop
Germany Urban sprawl without growth how demographic shrinkage changes land
use patterns and infrastructure efficiencies
SIEVING
USA
Decoding meaning in animal soundscapes: Dynamic and functional
infoscapes of birds in family Paridae
Signorelli Faria United
Do protected wetlands enhance the occurrence and abundance of anurans in
Lima
States of the Brazilian Cerrado?

Eryn E. Schneider*, University of Montana; Andrew J. Larson, University of Montana; Kelsey Jencso,
University of Montana
Robert L. Schooley*, University of Illinois
Vera Schreiner, Institut fr Geographie, University of Leipzig
Laura Schuler, Harald Bugmann*, Rebecca Snell Forest Ecology (ETH Zurich)
Nynke Schulp, Jasper van Vliet, Emma van der Zanden, Peter Verburg - University Amsterdam
Nynke Schulp*, Koen Tieskens, Peter Verburg; VU University Amsterdam
Nynke Schulp, Peter Verburg; VU University Amsterdam

David Sheeren*, Solenne Lefevre & Sbastien Bonthoux


Jie Han, Zehao Shen*, Lingxiao Ying Peking University
Jason T. Sherba*, US Geological Survey, Western Geographic Science Center; Benjamin M. Sleeter, US
Geological Survey, Western Geographic Science Center
Ping SHI*,Yanhua FU, Ende WANG,Northeastern University, Shenyang , China; Shuang GUO, Texas A&M
University, Texas ,USA
Hiroyuki Shimizu*, Professor, School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University
Douglas A. Shoemaker*, North Carolina State University; Brian R. Pickard, North Carolina State University;
Ross K. Meentemeyer, North Carolina State University
*Alexandra V. Shoffner, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Dr. Andrew M. Wilson, Gettysburg College;
Dr. Sara A. Gagn, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Jacquelyn K. Shuman*, University of Virginia; Peter Lawrence, National Center for Atmospheric Research;
Adrianna C. Foster, University of Virginia; Gordon Bonan, National Center for Atmospheric Research; Herman
Stefan Siedentop, Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development, Dortmund/Germany
Kathryn Sieving*, Aaron Grade, Harrison Jones University of Florida; Todd Freeberg, University of
Tennessee; Jeffrey Lucas, Purdue University
Katia A. Kopp, Federal University of Gois; Kimberly A. With, Kansas State University

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

S57

Climate Change II

P21

Poster: Methods: Geospatial

P21

Poster: Methods: Geospatial

S47

Montane Landscape

Modeling Forest Landscapes in a


Changing ClimateTheory and

Wednesday, July 8

4:15 PM - 4:30 PM

Erin

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Kunwar

SimonsLegaard
Singh

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

USA

Predicting forest aboveground biomass in diverse landscapes: A global


sensitivity analysis of the LANDIS-II model
Implication of LiDAR returns and data reduction in estimation of urban forest
biomass at regional extents
Canada Large area boreal forest vegetation assessment: implications of highresolution remote sensing data and landscape characteristics
India
Landscape Characterization, Spatial Heterogeneity, and Community Forests
in Kailash Sacred Landscape (KSL)-India
France
Does Increasing Crop Heterogeneity Benefit Species Diversity? Cross-taxon
Congruence Across a Gradient of European and North American Agricultural
Italy
A District-level Approach to Climate and Land Use Change Adaptation
Strategies in Forest Landscape Management
Italy
Spontaneous reforestation of mountainous landscapes: global lessons from
Europe
Czech
Natural forests and changes in land use and connectivity in the West
Republic Carpathians during last two centuries
USA
Land-use impacts on the terrestrial carbon cycle: an integrative tool for
resource assessment and management
United
An Agent-Based Model for Examining the Effects of Governance Structure
States
on Spatially-Explicit Land- and Water-Use Patterns
United
Application of a Scalable Change Detection Tool to Assess Climate Change
States
Vulnerability for Important Bird Areas in the Bering Sea
United
A New Map of Important Bird Areas in Alaska
States
United
When to burn a whole site? A spatially-explicit model evaluating demographic
States
costs versus dispersal benefits for an endangered butterfly.
Switzerla Woody encroachment in mountain landscapes: Impact of climate change and
nd
management on tree expansion rates
USA
Modeling potential cellulosic and traditional biofuel impacts on land use under
a changing climate in the northern Great Plains
USA
Modelling Landscape Conservation of Greater Sage Grouse in Relation to Oil
and Gas Development
Poland
Identification of landscape corridors with the help of a new, graph-theory
based, approach integrating functional connectivity and landscape
Republic Remotely-sensed phenology of regional vegetation condition in response to
of Korea extreme droughts and its implication to the regional planning
USA
Documentation of major disagreements when comparing LCT 2000 data to
NLCD 2001 land-use and land-cover data
USA
Lessons from Historical Salt Marsh Landscapes

Erin Simons-Legaard*, University of Maine School of Forest Resources; Kasey Legaard, University of Maine
School of Forest Resources; Aaron Weiskittel, University of Maine School of Forest Resources
Kunwar K. Singh, Northern Plant Ecology Lab, Department of Biology, University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Canada; John B. Vogler, Center for Geospatial Analytics, Department of Forestry and
Kunwar K. Singh*, Jonathan Henkelman, and Jill Johnstone Northern Plant Ecology Lab, Department of
Biology University of Saskatchewan
Sweta Singh*, Wildlife Institute of India; Bhupendra Singh Adhikari, Wildlife Institute of India; Gopal Singh
Rawat, Wildlife Institute of India; Pradeep Kumar Mathur, Wildlife Institute of India
Cllia Sirami*, Dynamiques et cologie des paysages agriforestiers, Institut National pour la Recherche en
Agronomie, Toulouse, France; FarmLand Consortium, (http://www.farmlandTommaso Sitzia, Thomas Campagnaro, Michele Cattani University of Padova - Department Land,
Environment, Agriculture and Forestry
Tommaso Sitzia, University of Padova

United
States
USA

Thomas Spies*, Pacific Northwest Research Station; FPF Research Team, Pacific Northwest Research
Station and Oregon State University
E. Natasha Stavros*, Zachary Tane, Van R. Kane, Sander Veraverbeke, Robert J. McGaughey, James A.
Lutz, Carlos Ramirez, Megan Richardson, Daniel Berisford, David Schimel, Thomas H. Painter
Madeline Steele, USFWS/SWCA*; Tom Miewald, USFWS; Sonia A. Hall, SAH Ecologia LLC

Canada

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Kunwar

Singh

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Sweta

Singh

4:00 PM - 4:15 PM

Cllia

Sirami

11:05 AM - 11:20 AM

Tommaso

Sitzia

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Tommaso

Sitzia

4:20 PM - 4:40 PM

Hana

Skokanova

4:25 PM - 4:50 PM

Benjamin

Sleeter

P21

Changes in Landscape
Thursday, July 9
Connectivity and Fragmentation in
Agrarian Landscapes II
Rethinking Landscape Degradation Monday, July 6
Analysis and Prevention in Agrarian
Landscape Management
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Montane Landscape
Changes in Landscape
Thursday, July 9
Connectivity and Fragmentation in
Montane Landscape
Changes in Landscape
Thursday, July 9
Connectivity and Fragmentation in
Carbon
Carbon Stocks and Flows in the
Thursday, July 9
Landscape; Alessandro Gimona
Poster: Methods: Geospatial
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Lindsey

Smart

CO-21

Climate Change V

Melanie

Smith

Poster: Habitat

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

P22

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Melanie

Smith

P04

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Joseph

Smokey

S31

Climate Change III

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Rebecca

Snell

11:15 AM - 11:30 AM

Terry

Sohl

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Richard

Sojda

P21

Climate Change and Biotic


Thursday, July 9
Interactions: Linking Theory, Data
Methods: Geospatial I
Remote Sensing and Farmscaping Tuesday, July 7
for Ecological Service
Land Use Change V
Landscapes of the Future:
Wednesday, July 8
Modelling Land Cover Change and
Poster: Methods: Geospatial
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Jerzy

Solon

P21

Poster: Methods: Geospatial

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Youngkeun

Song

P21

Poster: Methods: Geospatial

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Daniel

Sorenson

S54

Historical Ecology

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Emily

Southgate

S02

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Thomas

Spies

CO-27

Coupled Human Natural


Systems I
Fire Ecology

Beyond General Legacies in


Thursday, July 9
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Cross-Boundary, Cross-Scale
Monday, July 6
Understanding of Social-Ecological
Thursday, July 9, 2015

2:10 PM - 2:25 PM

E. Natasha

S51

Landscape Planning IV

Madeline

Coupled Human Natural


Systems I
Land Use Change III

Landscape Conservation Design:


Thursday, July 9
Applications and Lessons Learned;
Cross-Boundary, Cross-Scale
Monday, July 6
Understanding of Social-Ecological
Monday, July 6, 2015

11:05 AM - 11:25 AM

S02

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Michelle

10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

IOANA

Landscape Genetics Across Space Thursday, July 9


and Time: Contributions of
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6, 2015

11:10 AM - 11:30 AM

Andrew

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Angela

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Bogdan

Fire-Prone Landscapes as Coupled Human and Natural Systems: An


example from central Oregon
Stavros
Synergistic hypserspectral, thermal infrared, and LiDAR data products:
Analysis and Application on California Rim and King Megafires
Steele
United
Coupling Conservation Action Planning and Marxan to identify a Landscape
States
Conservation Design in the Columbia Plateau Ecoregion
Steen-Adams USA
The historical basis of fuels management in the mixed-ownership landscape
of the Eastern Cascades Ecoregion, Oregon
STOICESCU Romania Simulating landscape dynamics in pasture-woodlands of the Southern
Carpathians following land use and climate change
Storfer
United
Landscape Genetics: Insights into Amphibian Ecology and Evolution
States
Strecker
United
Effects of landscape-scale changes in freshwater connectivity Implications
States
for biological communities in lakes and ponds on the arid Columbia Plateau,
Strimbu
USA
Sensitivity to parameters of tree extraction algorithms from LIDAR

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Michael

Strohbach

Tuesday, July 7

11:05 AM - 12:00 PM

Michael

Tuesday, July 7

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Michael

Thursday, July 9

4:15 PM - 4:30 PM

Brian

Wednesday, July 8

2:10 PM - 2:25 PM

Brian

Sturtevant

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

8:40 AM - 8:55 AM

Marcela

United
States
Suarez-Rubio Austria

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6

4:50 PM - 5:05 PM

Benjamin

Sullender

USA

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Ranhao

Sun

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Michael

Sunde

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Terry

Sunderland

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Naparat

Suttidate

P.R.Chin
a
United
States
Indonesi
a
USA

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Shigeo

Suzuki

Japan

10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Simon

Swaffield

10:35 AM - 10:55 AM

Simon

Swaffield

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Simon

Swaffield

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Simon

Swaffield

4:25 PM - 5:10 PM

Simon

Swaffield

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Simon

Swaffield

S16
CO-14
S47
S47
S50

S26
S29

CO-04
S46
CO-22

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Aquatic Ecology I

CO-08

Methods: Computation II

P23

Poster: Hydrology

S21

Urban Ecology IV

S21

Urban Ecology IV

S42

Forest Ecology III

S57

Climate Change II

CO-12

Urban Ecology VIII

CO-20
S03

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Urban Ecology II

S29

Land Use Change V

S49

S53

Coupled Human Natural


Systems V
Population, Genetics, and
Biodiversity VII
Biocultural Landscapes II

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

S45

Biocultural Landscapes III

CO-20

A Concept Clear as Mud?


Understanding and Applying Urban
A Concept Clear as Mud?
Understanding and Applying Urban
Simulating climate change,
management and disturbances on
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and

The Changing Urban Landscapes


and Ecosystem Services: Problems
Landscapes of the Future:
Wednesday, July 8
Modelling Land Cover Change and
Food & Forests: Linking Food
Thursday, July 9
Security, Livelihoods and Ecological
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Biocultural Landscape Diversity:
Wednesday, July 8
Building Bridges from Global
Landscape Action Through Flows Monday, July 6
and Place: Interfaces Between
Landscape Action Through Flows Monday, July 6
and Place: Interfaces Between
Landscape Action Through Flows Monday, July 6
and Place: Interfaces Between
Landscape Action Through Flows Monday, July 6
and Place: Interfaces Between
Landscape Action Through Flows Monday, July 6
and Place: Interfaces Between
Shaping Landscape Ecology
Thursday, July 9
Approaches Worldwide in Different

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Hana Skokanova, Silva Tarouca Research Institute*; Dusan Adam, Silva Tarouca Research Institute
*Benjamin M. Sleeter, U.S. Geological Survey, Western Geographic Science Center; Tacoma WA, USA;
Jinxun Liu, San Jose State University Research Foundation; Menlo Park CA, USA; Colin Daniel, Department
Lindsey S. Smart, Center for Geospatial Analytics, College of Natural Resources, NC State University*
Jordan W. Smith, Center for Geospatial Analytics, College of Natural Resources, NC State University
Melanie Smith, Audubon Alaska; Will Koeppen, Axiom Consulting; Katherine Kuletz, Aaron Poe, Heather
Renner, Jeff Williams, US Fish & Wildlife Service; Ellen Tyler, Alaska Ocean Observing System; Tom Van
Melanie Smith, Audubon Alaska; Nathan Walker, Iain Stenhouse, Christopher Free, Matthew Kirchhoff, Olga
Romanenko, formerly Audubon Alaska; Stan Senner, National Audubon Society; Nils Warnock, Audubon
*Joseph Smokey, Washington State University; Cheryl Schultz, Washington State University; Norah
Warchola, Washington State University; Elizabeth Crone, Tufts University
Rebecca Snell*, Forest Ecology, ETH Zurich, Switzerland; Alexander Peringer Laboratory of ecological
systems, Ecole polytechnique fdrale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland; Harald Bugmann, Forest Ecology,
Terry Sohl*, U.S. Geological Survey; Ryan Reker, Inuteq; Kristi Sayler, U.S. Geological Survey; Yingxin Gu,
Inuteq; Bruce Wylie, U.S. Geological Survey; Jordan Dornbierer, Caribou Thunder Limited (CTL); Steve Wika,
Richard S. Sojda*, Computer Science Department, Montana State University, Bozeman; Robert B. Frederick,
Department of Biology, Eastern Kentucky University; Matthew Heller, Greg Watson Office of Landscape
Jerzy Solon*, Institute of Geography and Spatial Organisation PAS; Wojciech Pomianowski, Institute of
Geography and Spatial Oganisation PAS
Youngkeun Song, Brain Korea 21 Plus Team, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Daniel G. Sorenson*, U.S. Geological Survey; William Acevedo, U.S. Geological Survey
Emily W. B. (Russell) Southgate, Hood College

Michelle M. Steen-Adams*, University of New England; Susan Charnley, Pacific Northwest Research Station,
USDA Forest Service; Mark D.O. Adams, University of New England
Ioana Stoicescu, Alina Tudor-Hossu*, Ileana Ptru-Stupariu; Mihai-Sorin Stupariu Research Institute of
University of Bucharest, ICUB; Transdisciplinary Research Centre Landscape-Territory-Information Systems,
*Andrew Storfer, School of Biological Sciences, Washington State University
Angela Strecker*, Portland State University; Jeff Brittain, Portland State University

Strohbach

Germany From administration to indication: Using an administrative database to


localize and characterize High Nature Value farmland (HNVf)
Panel Discussion

Bogdan Strimbu*, Louisiana Tech University; Dan Nitu, Forest Research and Management Institute; Marius
Dumitru, Forest Research and Management Institute; Liliana Radulescu, Forest Research and Management
ngela Lomba, CIBIO - Research Center In Biodiversity and Genetic Resources, Portugal; Michael W.
Strohbach*, Humboldt Universitt zu Berlin, Department of Geography, Germany; Sebastian Klimek, Thnen
Facilitated by Eric Strauss, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles

Strohbach

Germany Does Green Infrastructure need Biodiversity?

Michael Strohbach*, Dagmar Haase; Humboldt University Berlin

Sturtevant

USA

Brian R. Sturtevant*, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station Rhinelander WI; Brian R. Miranda,
USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station Rhinelander WI; Hannah Panci, Natural Resources
Brian R. Sturtevant*, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station Rhinelander WI; Barry J. Cooke,
Canadian Forest Service Northern Forestry Centre Edmonton AB Canada; Brian Miranda, USDA Forest
Marcela Suarez-Rubio*, Institute of Zoology, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences; Frederick
Sprick, Institute of Zoology, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences; Alexander Bruckner, Institute
Benjamin Sullender*, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Janet Silbernagel, University of Wisconsin-Madison;
Jeb Barzen, International Crane Foundation
Ranhao Sun, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Liding Chen,
Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Michael G. Sunde, University of Missouri-Forestry; Hong S. He, University of Missouri-Forestry; Jason A.
Hubbart, University of Missouri-Forestry; Anthony Spicci, Missouri Department of Conservation
Terry Sunderland, Centre for International Forestry Research

New
Zealand

Forecasting potential bird habitat in LANDIS-II under alternative climate and


management scenarios
Modeling insect outbreaks as emergent consequences of forest condition
and climate
Functional connectivity of urban green spaces for insectivorous bat species
Modeling the impact of hydrological alterations: Shifts in Eurasian spoonbill
habitat in Poyang Lake, China
Assessing the stability of annual temperatures for different urban functional
zones
Predicting the hydrologic response of an urbanizing watershed to future
impervious surface growth using an integrated modeling approach
Forests, Trees and Food: how forested landscapes contribute to dietary
diversity and nutrition
Identifying Habitat Patches and Dispersal Corridors for Endangered
Indochinese Tigers
The landscape of abandoned farmland of commercial arbour crops in Japan:
Giant bamboo and mulberry groves
Introduction: Interfaces between food chains, companies and local
communities in local landscape management
Farmer agribusiness cooperatives as corporate agents in landscape
management in New Zealand
Question & Answer

Naparat Suttidate*, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Antony J. Lynam, Wildlife Conservation Society;


Ronglarp Sukmasuang, Kasetsart University-Thailand; Dusit Ngoprasert, King Mongkuts University of
Shigeo Suzuki*(Rissho University)
Swaffield, Opdam, & Primdahl
Simon Swaffield*, Lincoln University, NZ; Wendy McWilliam, Lincoln University, NZ.

Question & Answer


Panel Discussion
New
Zealand

Landscape Ecology in Aoteraoa-New Zealand: Origins, trends, challenges


and opportunities.

Simon Swaffield*, Lincoln University. Colin Meurk, LandcareResearch Ltd.

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

CO-04

Land Use Change III

S31

Climate Change III

S31

Climate Change III

S30
S52

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VI
Ecosystem Services V

S54

Historical Ecology

P24

Poster: Landscape Planning

S36

Landscape Planning II

CO-12

Urban Ecology VIII

S23

Urban Ecology V

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Monday, July 6, 2015

10:15 AM - 10:30 AM

Nicholas

Synes

Climate Change and Biotic


Interactions: Linking Theory, Data
Climate Change and Biotic
Interactions: Linking Theory, Data
Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of
Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Ecosystem Services in Land Use
Planning and Land Use Policy: How
Beyond General Legacies in
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past

Thursday, July 9

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

Nicholas

Synes

Thursday, July 9

11:10 AM - 11:30 AM

Alexandra

Syphard

Wednesday, July 8

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

Ralf-Uwe

Syrbe

Thursday, July 9

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Ralf-Uwe

Syrbe

Thursday, July 9

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Pter

Szab

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Sophie

Taddeo

Case Study Application of


Landscape Ecological Thinking to

Wednesday, July 8

11:10 AM - 11:40 AM

Chika

Takatori

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

9:10 AM - 9:25 AM

Puay Yok

Tan

Building Regional Sustainability in Tuesday, July 7


Urban Agglomerations: The History,
Land Use Change VIII
Performance of Models that
Thursday, July 9
Simulate Change Through Space
Poster: Disturbance Ecology
Monday, July 6

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Wenwu

Tang

Forests and people through eight millennia: how to bridge the scienceshumanities divide through quantifying and models
Spatial Portrait of the Wetland Restoration Effort in the Sacramento-San
Joaquin Delta, California, USA.
Factors that Cause the Rise of Temperature in Modernization for Adaptation
Strategies to Climate Change
Singapor he Effects of Urban Forms on Photosynthetically Active Radiation and
e
Performance of Urban Greenery in a Compact City
USA
Parallel Spatial Simulation of Urban Agglomeration in North Carolina, USA

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Wenwu

Tang

USA

Parallel Spatial Simulation of Urban Agglomeration in North Carolina, USA

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Nadja

Tchebakova

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Maria

Teng

S54

Coupled Human Natural


Systems V
Historical Ecology

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Magnus

Thelaus

CO-21

Climate Change V

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

David

Theobald

P22

Poster: Habitat

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

David

Theobald

P02

Poster: Urban Ecology

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Siegmar

Thomas

S42

Forest Ecology III

Thursday, July 9

4:00 PM - 4:15 PM

Jonathan

Thompson

P24

Poster: Landscape Planning

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Katy

Thostenson

S08

Forest Ecology I

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Timothy

Thrippleton

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Yuhong

Tian

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Yuichi

Toma

P04

Applications in Forest Landscape


Monday, July 6
Ecology: Evolution, Progress and
Urban Ecology VII
Understanding the Role of Green
Thursday, July 9
Spaces in Mitigating Urban
Population, Genetics, and
Incorporating Eco-Evolutionary
Tuesday, July 7
Biodiversity IV
Processes into Population Models;
Poster: Disturbance Ecology
Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Mizuki

Tomita

CO-23

Forest Ecology IV

Thursday, July 9, 2015

10:50 AM - 11:05 AM

Pille

Tomson

CO-14

Landscape Management

10:50 AM - 11:05 AM

Francesco

Tonini

CO-22

Aquatic Ecology I

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Irene

P04

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Aurora

Torrecilla
Roca
Torres

S37

Land Use Change VI

Wednesday, July 8

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Aurora

Torres

CO-21

Climate Change V

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

E. Jamie

Trammell

CO-03

Climate Change IV

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6, 2015

Wenwu Tang, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC; Wenpeng Feng, University of North Carolina;
Jing Deng, University of North Carolina; Meijuan Jia, University of North Carolina
Wenwu Tang*, Center for Applied GIScience and Department of Geography and Earth Sciences, University of
North Carolina at Charlotte; Wenpeng Feng, Center for Applied GIScience and Department of Geography
Russia
Landscape-level changes in structure of the Russian forests projected for the Nadja Tchebakova, Institute of Forest, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences; Elena Parfenova,
21st century
Institute of Forest, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences; Amber Soja, National Institute of
Sweden The role of cultural ecosystem services for governance in social-ecological
Maria Teng* and Vanessa Masterson, Stockholm Resilience Centre
systems (South Africa, Madagascar)
Sweden How agriculture and land degradation created nature - the rise and fall of
Joachim Regnell*, Kristianstad University; Magnus Thelaus*, Kristianstad University; Henrik Svensson,
xeric sand calcareous grasslands in southern Sweden.
Kristianstad University; Sten Skansj, Kristianstad University
United
Informing climate adaptation strategies with ecologically-relevant landforms
*David M. Theobald, Conservation Science Partners; Dylan Harrison-Atlas, Colorado State University; William
States
and physiographic diversity
B. Monahan, Inventory and Monitoring Division, National Park Service; Christine M. Albano, Conservation
United
A collaborative science platform for seamless land use and land cover:
*David M Theobald, Conservation Science Partners; Dylan Harrison-Atlas, Graduate Degree Program,
States
Global Land Use Emergent (GLUE) project
Colorado State University; Nicole Shaw, Conservation Science Partners; Luke Zachmann, Conservation
Germany Small Agricultural Areas Inside Cities: Vineyard Plots and Ecological
Siegmar Thomas*, Dresden University of Technology
Problems
USA
A LANDIS-II module for integrating land use and other disturbances
Jonathan R. Thompson*, Harvard Forest Harvard University; James Domingo, Center for Research
Computing at University of Notre Dame; Erin Simons-Legaard, School of Forest Resources University of
USA
Collaborative learning for coastal watershed planning in Douglas County,
Katy Thostenson*, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies; Janet
Wisconsin: A qualitative analysis of stakeholder experiences
Silbernagel, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
Switzerla Herbaceous understorey an overlooked player in forest landscape
Timothy Thrippleton, Forest Ecology (ETH Zurich); Harald Bugmann*, Forest Ecology (ETH Zurich); Kathrin
nd
dynamics?
Kramer-Priewasser, WSL Birmensdorf; Rebecca Snell, Forest Ecology (ETH Zurich)
China
Differentiating the impacts of climate change and land use changes on net
Yuhong Tian*, Weilin Huang. Beijing Normal University
primary productivity in typical urbanized areas of Beijing, China
Japan
Spatial arrangement of populations within a forest affects genetic diversity of Yuichi Toma*, Mitsubishi Research Institute; Junichi Imanishi, Kyoto University; Masashi Yokogawa, Osaka
a violet in urban fragmented forests
Museum of Natural History; Hiroshi Hashimoto, Meijo University; Ayumi Imanishi, Kindai University; Yukihiro
Japan
Distribution of remnant forests and tree communities in the 2011 tsunamiMizuki Tomita, Tokyo University of Information Sciences*; Hiroshi Kanno, Tohoku Afforestation and
inundated area, Sendai Japan
Environmental Protection Co., Ltd.; Yoshihiko Hirabuki, Tohoku Gakuin University; Keitarou Hara, Tokyo
Estonia Legacies of slash and burn cultivation an integrated study of landscape
Pille Tomson*, Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Estonian University of Life Sciences;
pattern and forest vegetation in Southern Estonia
Robert G. H. Bunce, Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Estonian University of Life
USA
A Tangible Landscape Modeling Environment for the Collaborative Analysis Francesco Tonini, Douglas Shoemaker Center for Geospatial Analytics, NC State University; Vaclav
of Invasive Species Spread
Petras, Anna Petrasova Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences (MEAS), NC State University; Ross K.
Canada Underwater soundscape, habitat characteristics and fish activity in a shallow Irene Torrecilla Roca; Universit du Qubec Trois-Rivires Pierre Magnan; Universit du Qubec Troislake during winter
Rivires Raphal Proulx; Universit du Qubec Trois-Rivires
Spain
Wildlife in a human-dominated world: no places left unaffected from
Aurora Torres*, Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales - Spanish National Research Council; Jochen A.G.
infrastructural development?
Jaeger, Concordia University Montral; Juan C. Alonso, Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales - Spanish
Spain
Prevalent multi-scale mismatch between urban sprawl and landscape
Aurora Torres*, Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales - Spanish National Research Council; Jochen A.G.
fragmentation patterns creates windows of opportunity for conservation
Jaeger, Concordia University Montral; Juan C. Alonso, Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales - Spanish
USA
Cumulative Stressor Index: Planning for Environmental Change in Alaska
E. Jamie Trammell*, University of Alaska, Anchorage

10:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Michael

Treglia

USA

P21

Poster: Methods: Geospatial

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Michael

Treglia

USA

Multi-Scale Influences of Environmental Variability on Life History Strategies


of the Oklahoma Salamander, Eurycea tynerensis
Utilizing Patch Metrics to Improve Classification of Remote Sensing Imagery

S10

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity I
Historical Ecology

Eric

Treml

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Rebecca

Trueman

S15

Connectivity I

1:20 PM - 1:40 PM

Mirela

Tulbure

Australia Mapping the emergent structure of biophysical dispersal barriers and the
consequences for gene flow
USA
Landscape Pattern and Change By Integration of Remote Sensing and
Stonewall Feature Identification
Australia Surface water networks examples from down under

CO-03

Climate Change IV

Waterscape Genetics: New


Monday, July 6
Perspectives on Connectivity in
Beyond General Legacies in
Thursday, July 9
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Landscape Connectivity and Its
Monday, July 6
Implications for Conservation
Monday, July 6, 2015

3:20 AM - 3:40 PM

S54

10:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Elise

Tulloss

USA

S18

Coupled Human Natural


Systems II
Special Topic

8:40 AM - 9:00 AM

Monica

Turner

USA

4:40 PM - 5:20 PM

Monica

Turner

USA

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Grace

10:35 AM - 10:50 AM
11:20 AM - 11:35 AM

Mohammad
Belal
Amy

TwistonDavies
Uddin
Uhrin

United
Kingdom
Banglade
sh
USA

P24

Meeting the Challenge of


Tuesday, July 7
Landscape Sustainability:
John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial Wednesday, July 8
Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Biocultural Landscapes II
Biocultural Landscape Diversity:
Wednesday, July 8
Building Bridges from Global
Landscape Management
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Coastal Landscapes I
Coastal Wetland Functions and
Thursday, July 9
Responses to Landscape Change:
Poster: Landscape Planning
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Bhagwati

Uniyal

India

S38

Disturbance Ecology II

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

Lauren

Urgenson

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Maria

Uriarte

United
States
USA

P24

Opportunities and constraints in the Wednesday, July 8


restoration and management of
Ecosystem Services III
Interfaces Between Landscape
Wednesday, July 8
Structure and Ecosystems
Poster: Landscape Planning
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Juan de Dios Valdez

Mxico

P04

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

joan

van baaren

France

CO-08

Methods: Computation II

Monday, July 6, 2015

2:05 PM - 2:20 PM

Derek

Van Berkel

United
States

S43
P04
S49

S56
S20

S33
S53
CO-14
S41

S39

Food & Forests: Linking Food


Thursday, July 9
Security, Livelihoods and Ecological
Beyond General Legacies in
Thursday, July 9
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Simulating climate change,


management and disturbances on

Urban Sprawl: Methods, Drivers,


Limits and Implications for

United
Kingdom
United
Kingdom
United
States
Germany

Coupled socio-ecological systems: linking land-use decision making to local


ecology
Climate change adaptation to assist range shifting: the key considerations for
achieving long term conservation goals at a landscape-scale
The role of microenvironments, competition, and disturbance in mediating
species response to climate change across dynamic landscapes
Indicators for a nationwide assessment of ecosystem services as contribution
to the EU biodiversity strategy 2020
Germany ES provision and ES demands - the challenge to balance spatial mismatches

Nicholas W. Synes*, University of Southampton; Kevin Watts, Forest Research, UK; Stephen Palmer, Greta
Bocedi University of Aberdeen; Calum Brown, University of Edinburgh; Patrick Osborne, University of
Nicholas W. Synes, University of Southampton; Kevin Watts, Forest Research, UK; Stephen Palmer, Kamil
Barton, Greta Bocedi University of Aberdeen; Patrick Osborne, University of Southampton; Justin Travis,
Alexandra D. Syphard*, Conservation Biology Institute; Josep M. Serra-Diaz, Arizona State University; Helen
M. Regan, University of California Riverside; Janet Franklin, Arizona State University; Frank W. Davis,
Syrbe, Ralf-Uwe; Walz, Ulrich; Grunewald, Karsten; Meinel, Gotthard; Herold, Hendrik (IOER Dresden);
Marzelli, Stefan (ifuplan Mnchen); Schweppe-Kraft, Burkhard (BfN Bonn)
Ralf-Uwe Syrbe, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development, Dresden, Germany

Czech
Republic
United
States
Japan

Pter Szab, Institute of Botany ASCR; Petr Kune, Institute of Botany ASCR and Charles University Prague;
Jan Kol, Institute of Botany ASCR; Radim Hdl, Institute of Botany ASCR; Jana Mllerov, Institute of
Sophie Taddeo*, Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, University of California
at Berkeley; Iryna Dronova, Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, University of
Chika Takatori, Nagoya University, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, 3-33-1 Motoyama-Cho,
Chikusa Ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture
Tan Puay Yok*, National University of Singapore; Mirza Rifqi bin Ismail, National University of Singapore

Solitary trees as reservoirs of spatial, but not temporal beta diversity in a


savanna landscape
Sustaining multiple ecosystem services and biodiversity: lessons from
landscape ecology
Heterogeneity, scale and landscapes: Homage to a creative thinker
Restoring the Stonehenge landscape: lessons learned from a grassland recreation project at a World Heritage Site
An Ecological Effectiveness of Different Forest Management Regimes in an
Anthropogenic Landscape in Bangladesh-Implications for Conservation
Tropical cyclones, fishing gear, and the future of benthic seascapes in South
Florida
Documentation and Long Term Sustainable Livelihoods Approach for
Conservation of Natural Resources and Indigenous Knowledge among rural
Defining Desired Conditions for Restoration of Fire-Prone Forest
Landscapes: Lessons from the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration
Influence of climate variability and landscape composition on water supply
and quality in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Landscape Connectivity in Tabasco

Michael L. Treglia*, Samuel D. Martin, Austin L. Boardman, Ronald M. Bonett Department of Biological
Science, The University of Tulsa, Oklahoma NSF-EPSCoR Program
Michael L. Treglia*, Department of Biological Science, The University of Tulsa, Oklahoma NSF-EPSCoR
Program; Megan E. Young, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, Texas A&M University
Eric A Treml*, University of Melbourne; Cynthia Riginos, The University of Queensland
Rebecca Trueman*, University of Rhode Island, Yeqiao Wang, University of Rhode Island
Mirela Tulbure*, University of New South Wales; Stuart Kinninmonth, Stockholm University; Mark Broich,
University of New South Wales
Elise Tulloss*, Department of Plant Sciences, University of California, Davis; Mary Cadenasso, Department of
Plant Sciences, University of California, Davis
Monica G. Turner*, University of Wisconsin; Rose A. Graves, University of Wisconsin; Jiangxiao Qiu,
University of Wisconsin; Carly Ziter, University of Wisconsin
Monica G. Turner*, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Grace Twiston-Davies*; Jonathan Mitchley, School of Biological Sciences, University of Reading, UK and
Simon Mortimer, Centre for Agri-Environmental Research, University of Reading, UK
Mohammad Belal Uddin, Ph.D. Faculty Department of Forestry and Environmental Science Shahjalal
University of Science and Technology Sylhet-3114, Bangladesh
Amy V. Uhrin*, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration & University of Wisconsin-Madison
Bhagwati Uniyal, Navdanya, Uttarakhand, India

Lauren Urgenson*, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington; Charles Halpern,
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington; Ernesto Alvarado, School of
Maria Uriarte, Columbia University, USA; Leandro Reverberi-Tambosi, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil; Jean
Paul Metzger, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Lilly Gama Campillo, (Universidad Jurez Autnoma de Tabasco) Coral Jazvel Pacheco-Figueroa
(Universidad Jurez Autnoma de Tabasco) Elas Jos Gordillo-Chvez (Universidad Jurez Autnoma de
The effects of landscape intensification on the thermal biology of aphid pests Lucy Alford, UMR-CNRS 6553 ECOBIO, University of Rennes 1 ; Joan van Baaren*, UMR-CNRS 6553
ECOBIO, University of Rennes 1 ; Franoise Burel, UMR-CNRS 6553 ECOBIO, University of Rennes 1
Mapping and quantifying cultural ecosystem services at regional and
Derek van Berkel*, Brian Pickard, Ross Meentemeyer. Center for Geospatial Analytics, North Carolina State
continental scales using spatial scraping of web content
University

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

S06

Ecosystem Services I

S14

Biocultural Landscapes I

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

S45

Biocultural Landscapes III

S45

Biocultural Landscapes III

S26

Methods: Geospatial I

S14

Biocultural Landscapes I

S29

Land Use Change V

S43

Land Use Change VIII

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

S14

Biocultural Landscapes I

S06

Ecosystem Services I

CO-08

Methods: Computation II

S38

Disturbance Ecology II

CO-11

Connectivity II

P22

Operationalizing the Ecosystem


Services Concept: Building a
Bridging Cultural Landscapes and
Landscape Ecology; Tobias
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows
and Demands in and Between
Shaping Landscape Ecology
Approaches Worldwide in Different
Shaping Landscape Ecology
Approaches Worldwide in Different
Remote Sensing and Farmscaping
for Ecological Service
Bridging Cultural Landscapes and
Landscape Ecology; Tobias
Landscapes of the Future:
Modelling Land Cover Change and
Performance of Models that
Simulate Change Through Space
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows
and Demands in and Between
Bridging Cultural Landscapes and
Landscape Ecology; Tobias
Operationalizing the Ecosystem
Services Concept: Building a

Monday, July 6

1:50 PM - 2:20 PM

Theo

van der Sluis

Monday, July 6

4:50 PM - 5:05 PM

Theo

van der Sluis

Thursday, July 9

10:30 AM - 10:50 AM

Veerle

Van Eetvelde

The
Netherlan
Netherlan
ds
Belgium

Thursday, July 9

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Veerle

Van Eetvelde

Belgium

QUICKScan: a participatory approach to map ecosystem services and


develop hands-on knowledge
Transitions in cultural landscapes in Europe: how policy choices affect
biodiversity and land use
Mapping and assessing the cultural and social dimensions of ecosystem
services
Experiences of and challenges for landscape ecology research in Europe

Thursday, July 9

4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

Veerle

Van Eetvelde

Belgium

Culture in Contemporary Landscape Ecology for the New Millennium

Tuesday, July 7

8:40 AM - 9:25 AM

Mace

Vaughan

USA

Global Importance of Pollinators and Other Beneficial Insects

Monday, July 6

2:45 PM - 3:00 PM

Peter

Verburg

A typology of cultural landscapes and patterns of landscape change

Wednesday, July 8

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Peter

Verburg

Thursday, July 9

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Peter

Verburg

Thursday, July 9

9:50 AM - 10:10 AM

Peter

Verburg

Monday, July 6

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Stephanie

Verplaetse

the
Netherlan
the
Netherlan
Netherlan
ds
Netherlan
ds
Belgium

Monday, July 6

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Karin

Viergever

UK

From land cover change modelling to landscape function change modelling:


approaches to address landscape change beyond land cover change
Comparing global and European land use and land cover change models
Quantification and mapping of ecosystem service demand
Evaluating the process of the integration of cultural landscape values in
landscape ecological management
OPERAs exemplars on Our Ecosystem - a web platform for publishing,
sharing and managing spatial data
Spatially-explicit Tools and Metrics for Soundscape Mapping

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Peter Verweij, Marta Prez-Soba, Theo van der Sluis*, Michiel van Eupen, Manuel Winograd Alterra
Wageningen UR
Theo Van der Sluis, ALTERRA-WageningenUR *; Bas Arts, Wageningen University; Bas Pedroli, ALTERRAWageningenUR
Veerle Van Eetvelde*, Department of Geography - Ghent University, Belgium; Mara Valls-Planells,
Department of Rural Engineering - Universidad Politcnica de Valencia, Spain; Hanne Van den Berghe,
Teresa Pinto--Correia, ICAAM -University of vora, Portugal; Marc Antrop, Department of Geography Ghent
University, Belgium; Jesper Brandt, ENSPAC Roskilde University, Denmark; Lone Sderkvist Kristensen,
Veerle Van Eetvelde*, Department of Geography - Ghent University, Belgium; Dieter Baeyens, Department of
Geography - Ghent University, Belgium; Isabel Loupa Ramos, Instituto Superior Tcnico - University of
Mace Vaughan, Pollinator Conservation Program Co-Director, Xerces Society and Joint Pollinator
Conservation Specialist, USDA-NRCS West National Technology Support Center
Koen Tieskens, Peter Verburg*, Nynke Schulp, Emma van der Zanden, Julia Stuerck VU University
Amsterdam
David Eitelberg, VU University Amsterdam; Peter Verburg*, VU University Amsterdam; Christine
Ornetsmueller, VU University Amsterdam
Peter Verburg*, VU University Amsterdam; Peter Alexander, The University of Edinburgh; Mark Rounsevell,
The University of Edingburgh; Reinhard Prestele, VU University Amsterdam
Peter H Verburg*, VU University Amsterdam; Sarah Wolff, VU University Amsterdam
Stephanie Verplaetse*, Department of Geography, Faculty of Science, Ghent University, Belgium; Wouter
Gheyle, Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, Ghent University; Ignace Bourgeois,
Karin M Viergever*, Ecometrica

Monday, July 6, 2015

1:35 PM - 1:50 PM

Kathleen

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM

Miguel

VignessRaposa
Villarreal

USA

Opportunities and constraints in the Wednesday, July 8


restoration and management of
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

9:25 AM - 9:40 AM

Anne

Villemey

France

Poster: Habitat

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Steve

Vissault

Canada

CO-08

Methods: Computation II

Monday, July 6, 2015

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Peter

Vogt

Italy

P23

Poster: Hydrology

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Jelena

Vukomanovic

S02

Coupled Human Natural


Systems I
Coupled Human Natural
Systems IV
Special Topic

Monday, July 6

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Jelena

Vukomanovic

Thursday, July 9

9:45 AM - 10:00 AM

Patrick

Waeber

Wednesday, July 8

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM

Helene

Wagner

United
States
United
States
Switzerla
nd
Canada

Thursday, July 9

11:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Lisette

Waits

Thursday, July 9

4:20 PM - 4:35 PM

Ariane

Walz

Wednesday, July 8

4:20 PM - 5:00 PM

Ulrich

Walz

Wednesday, July 8

9:20 AM - 9:30 AM

Ulrich

Walz

Wednesday, July 8

9:30 AM - 9:50 AM

Ulrich

Walz

Germany Biodiversity and Landscape Structure Landscape and Species diversity

Thursday, July 9

10:30 AM - 10:50 AM

Ian

Wang

USA

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Lei

Wang

China

Wang

China

How isolation by environment influences gene flow on ecologically complex


landscapes
Analysis on the Relationship between the Pattern of Green spaces and Land Lei Wang*, University of Heilongjiang Science and Technology;Shuwen Zhang, Northeast Institute of
Surface Temperature
Geography and Agroecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Changes of landscape quality in coastal zone, Eastern China
Qiqi Wang*, School of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences, Nanjing University, China
Landscape dynamic change and its hydrological driving in Bayanbulak
Wetlands
Population dynamics can be more important than climate change for
determining future tree species distribution change in a temperate deciduous
Population dynamics can be more important than climate change for
determining future tree species distribution change in a temperate deciduous
Mapping the cumulative impacts of mining on ecosystem services

S34
S33
S46
S44
S30

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Ecosystem Services IV

Cross-Boundary, Cross-Scale
Understanding of Social-Ecological
Socio-ecological System Modelling
in Support of Adaptation of the
John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial
Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Landscape Genetics Across Space
and Time: Contributions of
Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows
and Demands in and Between
Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of
Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of
Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of
Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Landscape Genetics Across Space
and Time: Contributions of

USA

Recent patterns of wildfire severity across a transboundary ecoregion of the


United States-Mexico borderlands
Quantifying landscape resistance to species dispersal from genetic data: a
multi-site study on the meadow brown butterfly (Maniola jurtina)
Simulate the eastern boreal-temperate forest transition using a statetransition approach
Quantifying Landscape Fragmentation
Teaching social-ecological systems: VART curriculum development
Mountain forest fires and ecosystem services: impacts, cross-scale
connections, and the development of an explicit assessment framework.
The Alaotra Resilience Landscape, Madagascar
Challenges of adopting an organism perspective for plants

United
An overview of the contributions of landscape genetics to connectivity
States
research in terrestrial animals
Germany Forward steps to improve robustness in case study based ecosystem
services research
Conclusion

Kathleen J. Vigness-Raposa*, Jennifer L. Giard, William T. Ellison - Marine Acoustics, Inc.; Brandon L.
Southall, Southall Environmental Associates, Inc.
Miguel Villarreal*, US Geological Survey, Western Geographic Science Center; Citlali Corts Montao, Centro
Interdisciplinario de Investigacin para el Desarrollo Integral Regional Unidad Durango; Jakeb Prickett, US
Anne Villemey*, National Research Institute of Science and Technology for Environment and Agriculture; Bill
Peterman, University of Illinois; Murielle Richard, National Center for Scientific Research; Annie Ouin,
Steve Vissault*, Isabelle Boulangeat, Matt Talluto et Dominique Gravel Dpartement de Biologie, chimie
et gographie, Univiversit du Qubec Rimouski
Peter Vogt*, European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC)
Jelena Vukomanovic*, INSTAAR - CU Boulder; Patrick S. Bourgeron, INSTAAR - CU Boulder; Chris Ray,
INSTAAR - CU Boulder
Jelena Vukomanovic*, INSTAAR - CU Boulder; Patrick S. Bourgeron, INSTAAR - CU Boulder
Patrick O. Waeber1,2, Lucienne Wilme3, Bruno Ramamonjisoa4, Claude Garcia1, 5. Affiliations: 1: ETH
Zurich, Forest Management and Development, Switzerland; 2: Madagascar; Wildlife Conservation,
Helene Wagner, University of Toronto; Adam S. Hadley, University of Toronto and Oregon State University
Lisette P Waits*, University of Idaho; Stephen Spear, Orianne Society; Sam Cushman, US Forest Service
Walz, Ariane, Earth and Environmental Science, Univ. Potsdam; Paterson, James, School of Geosciences,
University of Edinburgh; Schmidt, Stefan, Helmholtz Centre
Ulrich Walz*, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development; Christian Stein, Leibniz
Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development
Ulrich Walz*, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development; Christian Stein, Leibniz
Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development
Ulrich Walz*, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development; Christian Stein, Leibniz
Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development
Ian J. Wang*, UC Berkeley

P24

Popluation, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VI
Popluation, Genetics, and
Biodiversity VI
Popluation, Genetics, and
Biodiversity VI
Population, Genetics, and
Biodiversity VII
Poster: Landscape Planning

P24

Poster: Landscape Planning

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Qiqi

P03

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Shengzhong Wang

S57

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services
Climate Change II

Wednesday, July 8

10:50 AM - 11:05 AM

Wen

Wang

CO-03

Climate Change IV

Monday, July 6, 2015

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Wenjuan

Wang

CO-28

Ecosystem Services VI

Thursday, July 9, 2015

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Zhenyu

Wang

P.R.Chin
a
United
States
United
States
Australia

S32

Landscape Planning I

Wednesday, July 8

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Zhifang

Wang

China

Integrated landscape ecological knowledge in landscape planning

S20

Tuesday, July 7

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Samuel

Wasser

USA

S51

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity IV
Landscape Planning IV

Thursday, July 9

10:10 AM - 10:30 AM

Jen

Watkins

USA

Eco-evolutionary impacts of poaching among forest and elephant subspecies Samuel K Wasser, Department of Biology, University of Washington
in Africa
An LCD in mid-development: Transboundary Cascadia Partnership
Jen Watkins, Conservation Northwest

S12

Disturbance Ecology I

Monday, July 6

2:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Alexander

Watts

Canada

S46

Thursday, July 9

4:30 PM - 4:45 PM

David

Watts

USA

Landscape Epidemiology of Lyme Disease: How Landscape Spatial


Heterogeneity Mediates The Spread Potential of Ixodes Scapularis and
The spread of deciduous shrubs in the Arctic: Sex or no sex?

P23

Population, Genetics, and


Biodiversity VII
Poster: Hydrology

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Marc

Weber

CO-11

Connectivity II

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

9:40 AM - 9:55 AM

Theodore

Weber

S50

Carbon

Thursday, July 9

10:10 AM - 10:40 AM

Huang

Weilin

United
States
United
States
China

Towards national mapping of aquatic condition (I): The Stream-Catchment


(StreamCat) Dataset
Functional connectivity modeling and optimal siting of conservation networks Theodore Weber*, The Conservation Fund; John Norman, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources
in the Midwest USA
Conservation Service
Effect of climate and land use change on soil organic carbon in Beijing, China Weilin Huang*, Beijing Normal University; Yuhong Tian, Beijing Normal University

S31

Climate Change III

Thursday, July 9

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

Ben

Weinstein

USA

CO-21

Climate Change V

3:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Christina

Wei

S06

Ecosystem Services I

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Monday, July 6

2:20 PM - 2:50 PM

Chen

Wen

Resource experiments connect local scale niche partitioning to community


phylogenetics
Germany Investigating climate analogues is useful for studying climate change impacts
on biotope types at landscape level
Germany The demands of aging people for cultural ecosystem services

S32

Landscape Planning I

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Wolfgang

Wende

Germany Impact of Landscape Planning on Land Use and Landscape Structure

S21

Urban Ecology IV

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM

Thomas

Whitlow

USA

S30
S30
S46

Modeling Forest Landscapes in a


Changing ClimateTheory and

Innovations in Landscape Planning:


Exploring Novel Approaches and
Incorporating Eco-Evolutionary
Processes into Population Models;
Landscape Conservation Design:
Applications and Lessons Learned;
Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking
Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,
Landscape Genetics Across Space
and Time: Contributions of

Carbon Stocks and Flows in the


Landscape; Alessandro Gimona
Climate Change and Biotic
Interactions: Linking Theory, Data

Operationalizing the Ecosystem


Services Concept: Building a
Innovations in Landscape Planning: Wednesday, July 8
Exploring Novel Approaches and
A Concept Clear as Mud?
Tuesday, July 7
Understanding and Applying Urban

Introduction to Symposium

Green Infrastructure, Ecosystem Services and Hyperfunctional Landscapes

Wang Shengzhong,School of Geographic Science, Northeast Normal University


Wen J. Wang *, Hong S. He School of Natural Resources, University of Missouri; Frank R. Thompson III ,
USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station, Columbia, Missouri USA; Jacob S. Fraser, School of
Wen J. Wan, Hong S. He School of Natural Resources, University of Missouri ; Frank R. Thompson III,
USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station; Jacob S. Fraser, School of Natural Resources, University
Zhenyu Wang*, Centre for Mined Land Rehabilitation, Sustainable Mineral Institute, The University of
Queensland, Australia; Alex Lechner, Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining,Sustainable Mineral Institute,
Zhifang Wang Associate Professor College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture Peking University

Alexander G. Watts, University of Toronto; Santiago Saura, Universidad Politcnica de Madrid; Claire Jardine,
University of Guleph; Patrick Leighton, Universit de Montral, Canada; Lisa Werden, University of Guleph,
David A. Watts, Ecology and Department of Biology, The Pennsylvania State University, USA; Vladimir
Douhovnikoff, Department of Biology, Bowdoin College, USA; Eric S. Post, Department of Biology,
Marc H. Weber, US EPA; Ryan A. Hill, US EPA; Scott G. Leibowitz, US EPA; Anthony R. Olsen, US EPA

Ben G. Weinstein*. Department of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University. Catherine H. Graham.
Department of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University
Christina Wei*, Leibniz University Hannover, Institute of Environmental Planning; Michael Reich, Leibniz
University Hannover, Institute of Environmental Planning
Chen Wen*, Institute for Environmental Planning, Leibniz University Hannover; Christina Von Haaren, Institute
for Environmental Planning, Leibniz University Hannover; Christian Albert, Institute for Environmental
Wolfgang Wende, Christian Stein, Ulrich Walz Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional
Development, Dresden, Germany
Thomas H. Whitlow, Ph.D., Section of Horticulture, School of Integrative Plant Sciences, Cornell University

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

CO-23

Forest Ecology IV

Thursday, July 9, 2015

9:20 AM - 9:35 AM

James

Wickham

USA

Methods: Computation II

Monday, July 6, 2015

2:50 PM - 3:05 PM

Yolanda

Wiersma

Canada

Yolanda F. Wiersma* and Andrew Roberts, Department of Biology, Memorial University, Canada

S44

Ecosystem Services IV

9:30 AM - 9:50 AM

Louise

Willemen

P23

Poster: Hydrology

Ecosystem Services: Supply, Flows Thursday, July 9


and Demands in and Between
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Maxwell

Wilson

S49

Coupled Human Natural


Systems V
Land Use Change V

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Sarah

Wilson

Wednesday, July 8

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Tamara

Wilson

S57

Climate Change II

Wednesday, July 8

2:25 PM - 2:40 PM

Michael

Wimberly

USA

S33

Special Topic

Wednesday, July 8

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Kimberly

With

P21

Poster: Methods: Geospatial

Food & Forests: Linking Food


Security, Livelihoods and Ecological
Landscapes of the Future:
Modelling Land Cover Change and
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and
John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial
Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.

Thursday, July 9

S29

A continental United States high resolution NLCD land cover MODIS


albedo database to examine albedo and land cover change relationships
Micro to megalandscapes: scaling arboreal lichen pattern and processes in
the boreal rainforest
the
Best Practices for Mapping Ecosystem Services: the quest for a green
Netherlan bullet
USA
Testing the 'small island' versus 'sample area' effects: the case of Thousand
Island Lake, China
Canada Crisis restoration: Planting trees for ecosystem services in post-frontier
environments.
USA
State-and-transition simulation modeling of future land use scenarios

J. Wickham*, U.S. EPA;C. Barnes, USGS

CO-08

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Joy

Wolf

United
States
USA

S49

11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Sylvia

Wood

USA

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Thomas

Wrbka

Austria

P01

Coupled Human Natural


Systems V
Popluation, Genetics, and
Biodiversity VI
Poster: Connectivity

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

Sarah Jane Wilson*, University of Michigan; Oliver T. Coomes, McGill University


Tamara S. Wilson*, U.S. Geological Survey, Western Geographic Science Center, Benjamin M. Sleeter, U.S.
Geological Survey, Western Geographic Science Center
Michael C. Wimberly*, South Dakota State University; Terry L. Sohl, United States Geological Survey; Zhihua
Liu, South Dakota State University
Kimberly A. With, Division of Biology, Kansas State University

Citizen-based tools help to interpret bird populations in the Pacific Northwest


coast
To plant or not to plant? Trade-offs in ecosystem services of fruit orchards
and fallows in a shifting cultivation SES
Biodiversity related indicators for ecosystem services in cultural landscapes

Joy Wolf, University of Wisconsin - Parkside

Jianguo Wu, School of Life Sciences and School of Sustainability, Arizona State University and Center for
Human-Environment System Sustainability (CHESS), Beijing Normal University
School of Life Sciences and School of Sustainability, Arizona State University and Center for HumanEnvironment System Sustainability (CHESS), Beijing Normal University
Wu Zhengfang, Northease Normal University; Zong Shengwei, Northease Normal University; Du Haibo,
Northease Normal University.
Matthias Wurster Forest Research Institute (FVA) Baden-Wrttemberg, Department of Forest and Society,
Freiburg, Germany
Fengming Xi*, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Zhu Liu, Sustainability Science
Program, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; Dabo Guan, School of International
Wei-Ning Xiang, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Alexander

Wright

U.S.

2:10 PM - 2:25 PM

Christopher

Wright

USA

10:25 AM - 10:50 AM

Jianguo

Wu

USA

Urban landscape ecology: A retrospective and prospective overview

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Jianguo

Wu

USA

P04

Landscape Action Through Flows Monday, July 6


and Place: Interfaces Between
Urban Ecology I
Urban Landscape Ecology: Global Monday, July 6
Perspectives; Chunyang He
Biocultural Landscapes III
Shaping Landscape Ecology
Thursday, July 9
Approaches Worldwide in Different
Poster: Disturbance Ecology
Monday, July 6

Sylvia L.R. Wood, Bioversity International & Earth Institute, Columbia University; Jeanine M. Rhemtulla, Dept
of Geography, McGill University; Oliver T. Coomes, Dept of Geography, McGill University
Thomas Wrbka*, Univ. Vienna; Anna Schneidergruber, Univ. Vienna; Michael Kuttner, Univ.Vienna; Michael
Glaser, Univ. Vienna;
Estimating dispersal rates and landscape resistance to understand functional Alexander D. Wright, Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources, University of Georgia & Joseph W.
connectivity for a long-lived endangered species
Jones Ecological Research Center; Jeffrey Hepinstall-Cymerman, Warnell School of Forestry & Natural
Recent land use change is concentrated around U.S. ethanol refineries
*Christopher K. Wright, Natural Resources Research Institute, University of Minnesota, Duluth

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Zhengfang

Wu, Ph.D.

China

S40

Urban Ecology VI

10:20 AM - 10:40 AM

Matthias

Wurster

Landscape ecology in regional contexts: American, European, and Chinese


perspectives
Landscape change of vegetation in the alpine tundra of Changbai Mountains,
Northeast China
Modeling forest recreation in Baden-Wrttemberg, Germany

S24

10:20 AM - 10:35 AM

Fengming

Xi

S32

Coupled Human Natural


Systems III
Landscape Planning I

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

WEI-NING

XIANG

CO-11

Connectivity II

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Pan

Xie

BadenWrttem
China
Carbon sequestration of global cement materials-The human disturbance
impacts on carbon sequestration processes.
USA
Knowledge Speaks, but Wisdom Listens: How Do We Plan Landscape
Wisely?
China
Mapping population health vulnerability due to heat stress in China

CO-09

Coastal Landscapes II

Monday, July 6, 2015

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Caiyao

Xu

China

S47

Montane Landscape

Thursday, July 9

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM

Guanghua

Xu

China

P01

Poster: Connectivity

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Jiawei

Xu

P04

Poster: Disturbance Ecology

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Jiawei

Xu

China

S24

Tuesday, July 7

11:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Jian

Yang

Tuesday, July 7

8:40 AM - 8:45 AM

Jian

Yang

Tuesday, July 7

9:45 AM - 10:00 AM

Jian

Yang

China

S57

Coupled Human Natural


Systems III
Coupled Human Natural
Systems III
Coupled Human Natural
Systems III
Climate Change II

Wednesday, July 8

2:40 PM - 2:55 PM

Jian

Yang

USA

S56

Urban Ecology VII

Thursday, July 9

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Jun

Yang

China

S03

Urban Ecology II

Monday, July 6

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Xiaojun

Yang

USA

S09

Agragrian Landscapes I

Monday, July 6

3:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Makoto

Yokohari

Japan

S40

Urban Ecology VI

Wednesday, July 8

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM

Hillary

Young

USA

CO-16

Landscape Planning III

1:40 PM - 1:55 PM

Deyong

Yu

China

CO-22

Aquatic Ecology I

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Jing

Yuan

US

S53

Biocultural Landscapes II

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Wednesday, July 8,
2015
Wednesday, July 8

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

JIAO

Yuanmei

China

S36

Landscape Planning II

Wednesday, July 8

10:40 AM - 11:10 AM

Michael

Yun

USA

CO-27

Fire Ecology

Thursday, July 9, 2015

3:35 PM - 3:50 PM

Luke

Zachmann

USA

S33

Special Topic

1:40 PM -2:00 PM

Steve

Zack

USA

S31

Climate Change III

10:30 AM - 10:50 AM

Phoebe

Zarnetske

S54

Historical Ecology

3:20 PM - 3:50 PM

Gabriel

Zegers

United
States
Chile

CO-11

Connectivity II

John A. Wiens Symposium: Spatial Wednesday, July 8


Scaling in Ecology; Helene H.
Climate Change and Biotic
Thursday, July 9
Interactions: Linking Theory, Data
Beyond General Legacies in
Thursday, July 9
Historical Ecology: Quantifying Past
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

10:35 AM - 10:50 AM

Kathy

Zeller

US

S12

Disturbance Ecology I

Monday, July 6

4:05 PM - 4:20 PM

Bo

Zhang

Canada

P03

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

MENG

ZHANG

U.S.A.

S50

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services
Carbon

Spatial Trophic Dynamics: Linking


Landscape Structure, Parasitoids,

Thursday, July 9

10:40 AM - 11:10 AM

Tian

Zhang

China

S47

Montane Landscape

Thursday, July 9

10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Zhiming

Zhang

China

S56

Urban Ecology VII

Carbon Stocks and Flows in the


Landscape; Alessandro Gimona
Changes in Landscape
Connectivity and Fragmentation in
Understanding the Role of Green
Spaces in Mitigating Urban

Thursday, July 9

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM

Guang

Zheng

CHINA

S30

S07
S45

S24
S24

Food & Forests: Linking Food


Thursday, July 9
Security, Livelihoods and Ecological
Landscape Indicators: Monitoring of Wednesday, July 8
Biodiversity and Ecosystem
Monday, July 6

Simulating Feedbacks Between Human and Natural Disturbance Using the


CHANGE Model
Are landscapes more than the sum of their patches?

Louise Willemen*, Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) University of Twente;
Benjamin Burkhard, Institute for Natural Resource Conservation Kiel University & Leibniz Centre for
Maxwell C. Wilson, Arizona State University

Landscapes and Health: Exploring Wednesday, July 8


the Impact of Landscapes on
Integration of Landscape Ecology Tuesday, July 7
into Ecosystem Service
Innovations in Landscape Planning: Wednesday, July 8
Exploring Novel Approaches and
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Changes in Landscape
Connectivity and Fragmentation in

Integration of Landscape Ecology


into Ecosystem Service
Integration of Landscape Ecology
into Ecosystem Service
Integration of Landscape Ecology
into Ecosystem Service
Modeling Forest Landscapes in a
Changing ClimateTheory and
Understanding the Role of Green
Spaces in Mitigating Urban
The Changing Urban Landscapes
and Ecosystem Services: Problems
Landscape Action Through Flows
and Place: Interfaces Between
Landscapes and Health: Exploring
the Impact of Landscapes on

Biocultural Landscape Diversity:


Building Bridges from Global
Case Study Application of
Landscape Ecological Thinking to

Combining CLUE-S and InVEST Models to Simulate and Evaluate Coastal


Land Use Change A Case Study of Coastal Wetlands in Central
Spatial Downscaling of TRMM Precipitation Using an Combined Multifractal
and Regression Approach in South China
Changes in distribution pattern of plant functional group responding to the
global change in alpine tundra, Changbai Mountain, China
Changes in distribution pattern of functional group responding to the global
change in alpine tundra, Changbai Mountain
Closing Group Discussion
Introduction to Symposium
Mine reclamation schematic design based on ecosystem services and
landscape ecologyA case study in Liaoning province, China
Integration of climatic water deficit and fine-scale physiography in processbased modeling of forest landscape dynamics
Environmental health benefits of urban forests in Hangzhou, China: Findings
from three-year continuous monitoring
Geospatial Techniques in Urban Ecological Research: Status and Outlook
Conserving rural landscapes by new corporates connecting farm households
and urban hobby farmers in Japanese cities
Effects of wildlife loss and land use change on rodent borne disease across
multiple scales
Integrated urban land use planning based on improving ecosystem service:
Panyu case, in a typical developed area of China
Linking Metrics of Landscape Pattern to Hydrological Process in a lotic
Wetland
Temporal-spatial Characteristics of World Cultural Landscape Heritage and
the conservation of Honghe Hani Rice Terraces
Assessing Ecological Benefits for the California Department of Water
Resources: Incorporating Landscape Pattern into Habitat Evaluation Models
An early-warning tool for forecasting dynamic fire hazard across sensitive arid
landscapes in North America
Spatial Scaling in Wildlife Conservation: Determining Fine Approaches to
Coarse Problems
Scale-dependence of biotic interactions: implications during climate change
Historical Dynamics of a Patagonian Landscape: Patterns and processes in
forest cover and use since late 19th century in southern Chilean Patagonia.
Evaluating resistance surfaces for wildlife
Determining the mechanism of impact of hardwood content on spruce
budworm defoliation of balsam fir
Effects of tidal creeks on land use/cover and ecosystem service value
change in a reclaimed eastern coastal region of China
Spatial-temporal dynamics of water use efficiency and associated
meteorological factors in China's Loess Plateau during 2000-2010
Differences in land cover change across the communities with and without
Returning Farmland to Forest Program in Weixi County, China
Retrieving angular gap fraction and light environment of forest canopy using
terrestrial laser scanning data

Pan Xie*, College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University; Yanglin Wang, College of Urban
and Environmental Sciences, Peking University; Jian Peng, College of Urban and Environmental Sciences,
Caiyao Xu*, School of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China; Lijie
Pu*, School of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China; Jianguo Li,
Guanghua Xu, Xianli Xu* Key Laboratory for Agro-ecological Processes in Subtropical Region, Institute of
Subtropical Agriculture, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Huanjiang Observation and Research Station for
XU Jiawei*, School of Geographical Science, Northeast Normal UniversityJIN Yinghua, School of
Geographical Science, Northeast Normal UniversityZong Shengwei, School of Geographical Science,
Xu Jiawei, Northeast Normal University; Jin Yinghua, Northeast Normal University; Zong Shengwei, Northeast
Normal University.
All participants
Jiali Wang, University Chinese Academy of Sciences; Jian Yang*, Insistute of Applied Ecology, Chinese
Academy of Sciences; Fuqiang Zhao, Insistute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Shengwei
Jiali Wang, University Chinese Academy of Sciences; Jian Yang*, Insistute of Applied Ecology, Chinese
Academy of Sciences; Fuqiang Zhao, Insistute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Shengwei
Jian Yang*, University of Kentucky; Peter Weisberg, University of Nevada, Reno; Thomas Dilts, University of
Nevada, Reno
Jun Yang*, Center for Earth System Science, Tsinghua University; Bin Ye, Research Institute of Forestry
Policy and Information, Chinese Academy of Forestry
Xiaojun Yang, Florida State University
Makoto Yokohari, Department of Urban Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Hillary Young, University of California Santa Barbara
Deyong Yu* State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology/Human-Environment
System Sustainability (CHESS), Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875, China
Jing Yuan, School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Florida; Matthew J. Cohen,
Ecohydrology Laboratory, School of Forest Resources and Conservation, University of Florida; David A.
Yuanmei JIAO,School of Tourism and Geography Science, Yunnan Normal University, Kunming, China.
Michael Yun*, AECOM; John Hunter*, HT Harvey and Associates
Luke J. Zachmann*, Conservation Science Partners, Inc.; Miranda E. Gray, Conservation Science Partners,
Inc.; Brett G. Dickson, Conservation Science Partners, Inc.
Steve Zack*, Wildlife Conservation Society; Eric Sanderson, Wildlife Conservation Society
Phoebe L. Zarnetske*, Michigan State University; Jonathan Belmaker, Tel Aviv University; Sydne Record,
Bryn Mawr College; Mao-Ning Tuanmu, Yale University; Angela Strecker, Portland State University; Lydia
Gabriel Zegers*; Eduardo Arellano; Lars stlund
Kathy A. Zeller*, Kevin McGarigal Department of Environmental Conservation, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst; Paul Beier, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University; Samuel A. Cushman, U.S. Forest
Bo Zhang*, University of New Brunswick; David A. MacLean, University of New Brunswick
Meng Zhang*, School of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences, Nanjing University; Lijie Pu, School of
Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences, Nanjing University & Key Laboratory of the Coastal Zone
Jian PengCollege of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking UniversityTian Zhang* College of
Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University Wei LiangDepartment of Tourism and
Zhang Zhiming*, Institute of Ecology and Geobotany, Yunnan University, Kunming, China; John Zinda,
Institute at Brown for Environment and Society, Brown University, Providence, RI, USA.
Zheng, Guang*, Nanjing University Kong, Fanhuang, Nanjing University Ma, Lixia, Nanjing University

2015 IALE WORLD CONGRESS


Scheduled Presentations by Primary Author Last Name - FOR REFERENCE ONLY

CO-15

Land Use Change VII

S03

Urban Ecology II

CO-12

Urban Ecology VIII

S36

Landscape Planning II

P03
CO-11

Poster: Land Use and


Ecosystem Services
Connectivity II

S07

Urban Ecology I

Wednesday, July 8,
2015
The Changing Urban Landscapes Monday, July 6
and Ecosystem Services: Problems
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

10:35 AM - 10:50 AM

Huarong

Zhou

China

11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Weiqi

Zhou

China

10:20 AM - 10:35 AM

Ming

Zhu

Case Study Application of


Landscape Ecological Thinking to

Wednesday, July 8

4:15 PM - 4:30 PM

Mingjian

Zhu

Monday, July 6

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Emily

Zimmerman

P.R.
China
United
States
USA

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

8:55 AM - 9:10 AM

Elbieta

Zikowska

Polska

Monday, July 6

3:15 PM - 3:40 PM

Wayne

Zipperer

USA

Urban Landscape Ecology: Global


Perspectives; Chunyang He

Diversity and geographic distribution pattern of shrub species in Xinjiang,


China
Urbanization and Landscape Changes in China: a case of six rapidly
urbanizing regions
Impacts of land use pattern on heavy metal concentration in agricultural soils:
a multi-scale analysis in Wuxi, China
Sea Level Rise: Biodiveristy Impacts and Adaptation Strategies
Targeting for diverse ecosystem service outcomes in an agricultural matrix
Resistance surfaces for understanding species movement: what do they tell
us about connectivity of large carnivores?
A comparative socio-ecological study of Cape Town, South Africa and New
Orleans, Louisiana, USA

as of 5/18/15
(subject to change)

Zhou Huarong, Liang Xueqiong Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Weiqi Zhou
Ming Zhu*, Lijie Pu
Mingjian Zhu, University of Florida; Tom Hoctor, University of Florida; Mike Volk, University of Florida; Anna
Linhoss, Mississippi State University
Emily K. Zimmerman*, Iowa State University; Lisa A. Schulte Moore, Iowa State University; John C. Tyndall,
Iowa State University
Elbieta Zikowska, Jagiellonian University; Katarzyna Ostapowicz*, Jagiellonian University; Volker C.
Radeloff, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Nuria Selva, Polish Academy of Sciences; Tobias Kuemmerle,
Henrik Ernstson, University of Cape Town and Stockholm Resilience Center; Joshua Lewis, Stockholm
Resilience Center; Wayne C. Zipperer*, USDA Forest Service;Thomas Elmqvist, Stockholm Resilience Center