Table of Contents

Front Matter; Multifunctional land use: meeting future demands for landscape goods and services; Concept and valuation of landscape functions at different scales; An ecosystem based framework to link landscape structures, functions and services; Landscape goods and services related to forestry land use; Application of ecological engineering principles in landscape management; Multifunctional agriculture and multifunctional landscapes.
land use as an interface; Towards an institutional theory of multifunctionality; The influence of agricultural landscape diversity on biological diversity. New demands on landscapes and natural resources call for multifunctional approaches to land development. This book analyses general principles of land use multifunctionality, highlights the requirements and approaches, and, discusses modelling and monitoring approaches to scientifically assess the impact of mutlifunctional land use implementation.