Introduction To Restoration Ecology

Author: Evelyn A. Howell
ISBN: 9781597261890
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The text is organized around a restoration process that has been tested and revised by the authors in their restoration ecology courses taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison over the past thirty years.

Restoration Ecology

Author: Sigurdur Greipsson
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780763742195
Size: 64.14 MB
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The text opens with a look at fundamental ecological principles critical to understanding restoration, including nutriert cycing and factors that regulate ecosystem function, and continues on to explore restoration in practice, providing ...

Routledge Handbook Of Ecological And Environmental Restoration

Author: Stuart K. Allison
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 131741375X
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Chapter 25 Ecological restoration in an urban context -- PART III Management and policy issues -- Chapter 26 International law and policy on restoration -- Chapter 27 Governance and restoration -- Chapter 28 Restoration, volunteers and the ...

Restoration Ecology

Author: Jelte van Andel
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1444336355
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2.1 INTRODUCTION Restoration ecology is an applied natural science that lies
at the intersection with the social sciences, but can also help us leap from that
broad platform into the realm of transdisciplinary science and problem solving,
which we will discuss below. Restoration ecology is thus truly a 'new frontier', as
first noted by one of the most notable and prolific pioneers in the field, in the
introduction to the book he edited (Cairns 1988), which was one of the very first
books to ...

Assembly Rules And Restoration Ecology

Author: Vicky M. Temperton
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 9781597265904
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Assembly Rules and Restoration Ecology, edited by Vicky M. Temperton, Richard J. Hobbs, Tim Nuttle, and Stefan Halle, addresses that shortcoming, offering an introduction, overview, and synthesis of the potential role of assembly rules ...

Foundations Of Restoration Ecology

Author: Margaret A. Palmer
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610916972
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PART I. Introduction to Restoration and Foundational Concepts Restoration
ecology as a science is distinct from the practice of ecological restoration but
defines and guides it. The fundamental principles of systems dynamics, theories
of biodiversity, and the concepts and methods of landscape ecology permeate
ecological science at all levels and provide a foundational introduction to
restoration ecology. Chapter 1. Ecological Theory and Restoration Ecology
Margaret A. Palmer, Joy ...

Human Dimensions Of Ecological Restoration

Author: Dave Egan
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610910397
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Restoration Certificate As described earlier, UW-REN offers a twenty-five-credit
certificate in restoration ecology that may be taken by undergraduates, graduate
students, or nonmatriculated students. The Capstone course (ten credits) is a
required part of the twenty-five credits, as is Introduction to Restoration (five
credits). Introduction to Restoration is taught at each of the three UW campuses.
The remaining ten credits may be earned by taking restoration or associated
courses that are ...

Nature By Design

Author: Eric Higgs
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 9780262582261
Size: 63.67 MB
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An examination of the cultural aspects and philosophical underpinnings of ecological restoration and what constitutes successful restoration.

New Models For Ecosystem Dynamics And Restoration

Author: Richard J. Hobbs
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 9781610911382
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In the first part of the book, background chapters present and discuss the basic concepts and models and explore the implications of new scientific research on restoration practice.