The third volume in this major series on landscape conservation. It is based on material presented at a workshop held in 1991, on the need for reconstruction of fragmented ecosystems, and the role of ecologists and conservation biologists in integrating their research and interpreting it in such as way that community groups can apply the results to practical ecosystem reconstruction. Material is drawn from Australia, Canada, Finland, Norway, Sweden, the UK and the USA.
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