The article view is divided into three parts, or frames. On the left, the table of contents provides navigation within the article itself. This frame can be hidden by selecting "hide toc". The menu above the main text leads through the Living Reviews in Landscape Research website and offers links to article downloads and metadata.
To navigation between article sections, choose from the table of contents or click the "next", "up", and "previous" buttons.
References cited in an article can be viewed in two ways. Within the text, the author and year of a reference (for example, Schulz, 2006) is linked to a smaller popup window with the corresponding citation. The complete list of references can be found in the table of contents on the left.
URLs as are part of a reference are active links. Clicking on such a link will open a new browser window.
Additionally, users can "track" a reference along its subsequent citations throughout an article. The small gray button  in the reference list links to its first citation. Within the article, the gray button next to the reference takes the reader to the next citation of this resource.
If a reference is cited only once, or if there is no subsequent citation, no gray button is displayed.
Footnotes in Living Reviews in Landscape Research are indicated by a by a small green button . Clicking on this button opens a small popup window with the appropriate footnote.
Equations are similarly linked when refered to in the text. A small purple button  directly opens a window with the equation. The highlighted equation's number leads to its actual location in the text.
Images are shown as thumbnails, which pop up a window with a bigger version when clicked upon. References to images in the text are indicated by a small orange button . Clicking on this button brings up the image as well.
Highlighted last names of people indicate a short biographical information, available both in a popup window as well as in a list at the end of the article.
All popup windows are automatically closed when leaving the article or closing the browser.
The evolution of an article through updates and revisions is documented in the article's history. Living Reviews in Landscape Research provides access to an article's history record in two ways: by clicking the history link in the journal's table of contents or via the link in the article's top menu. The history lists publication dates of the various article revisions and short summaries of the changes and additions made.
Revisions and minor updates (which can either be errata or short additions of new developments) that do not justify a full-scale article update are reviewed by our subject editors and directly inserted into the text of the original article. Beyond a summary of the change in the article history, popup windows at the actual position in the article where the change has been made provide further details, including the original version of the text. To view these information, click on the highlighted "Update" link in the text. Ruby buttons  on the "Update details" page and in the text allow one to find and track the changes made, by jumping from one to the next within the article.
As long as they are in compliance with our License Agreement, Living Reviews in Landscape Research users can download articles for non-commercial use. Articles can be downloaded from an article's "Download" page. This page can be accessed from two places: (1) the journal's lists of articles, and (2) the article's navigation frame. In addition to PDF versions, an article can also be downloaded in an HTML version for offline reading.
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