Laboratory for Anthropogenic Landscape Ecology

The research group at the Laboratory for Anthropogenic Landscape Ecology explores the ecology of populated landscapes at local, regional and global scales towards the goal of making ecosystem management more sustainable.

The Laboratory for Anthropogenic Landscape Ecology studies ecology and sustainable management of anthropogenic landscapes under the direction of Erle Ellis in the Department of Geography & Environmental Systems at UMBC, University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Anthropogenic landscapes are areas of Earth’s terrestrial surface where direct human alteration of ecological patterns and processes is profound, ongoing, and directed toward servicing the needs of human populations for food, fuel, fiber, timber, shelter, trade and recreation.

Laboratory for Anthropogenic Landscape Ecology

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