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Land, Volume 9, Issue 5 (May 2020) – 43 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Primeval, primary, virgin and naturally dynamic are some of the ways to describe forests with a [...] Read more. Primeval, primary, virgin and naturally dynamic are some of the ways to describe forests with a high degree of naturalness. Intact forest landscapes (top map) with these characteristics are globally recognised for their importance. These forests sustain species, their habitats and the processes that maintain them; store and sequester carbon; and provide opportunities for rural development. The border between the European Union and the Russian Federation illustrates the consequences of different landscape histories for rural development (centre map). This study of the transboundary Kovda River catchment (in blue) stresses the need for an integrated landscape approach that encompasses restoration and conservation of forest ecosystem services, as well as adaptive multilevel governance of rural landscapes. Transboundary collaboration offers opportunities for transdisciplinary knowledge production and learning.View this paper.