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Environmental Restoration Science and Strategies for Restoring the Earth

Edited By: JJ Berger
398 pages, Bw photos, figs, tabs maps
Publisher: Island Press
Environmental Restoration
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The result of a four-day conference at the University of California, this book provides an introduction and an overview of restoration work for the professional, scientific and academic communities. It presents examples of successful American projects, and gives case-study guidelines for when and how to use restoration techniques.

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Edited By: JJ Berger
398 pages, Bw photos, figs, tabs maps
Publisher: Island Press
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