464 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs, maps
Much needed revision of the two volume work by Cairns, this edition has sensibly been issued as a single volume work, and is also available at a much more affordable price.
Contents include: Restoration Ecology: Protecting our National and Global Life Support Systems; Decision Analysis: An Integrated Approach to Ecosystem Exploitation and Rehabilitation Decisions; Making Watershed Restoration Happen: What Does Economics Offer?; Principles and Guidelines for Restoration of River/Floodplain Ecosystems Kissimmee River, Florida; Salt Marsh Restoration: Lessons from California; Mitigation Banks: A Strategy for Sustainable Ecosystem Function; Restoration and Management of Ecosystems for Nature Conservation; Alternative Endpoints for Reclamation; Improving Coal Surface Mine Reclamation in the Central Appalachian Region; Nuclear Winter: Is Rehabilitation Possible? River and Stream Restoration: Political and Social Factors in the Patuxent River Clean-up Agreement; Recreation of Ecosystems at Mount St.Helens: Contrasts in Artificial and Natural Approaches; Insect Pests and Plant Stress as Considerations for Revegetation of Disturbed Ecosystems; Variation in Undisturbed Plant and Animal Populations and Its Implications for Studies of Recovering Ecosystems; Restoration Ecology: A Synthetic Approach to Ecological Research; Abandoned Mines in Illinois and South Dakota: Toward an Understanding of Revegetation Problems.
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