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Restoration Ecology A Synthetic Approach to Ecological Research

Edited By: WR Jordan, ME Gilpin and JD Aber
354 pages, Tables, line diagrams
Restoration Ecology
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  • Restoration Ecology ISBN: 9780521337281 Paperback Aug 1990 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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  • Restoration Ecology ISBN: 9780521331104 Hardback Jan 1988 Out of Print #2235
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About this book

More than twenty ecologists explore and discuss the ecological concepts and ideas involved in the practice of habitat restoration.

Contents

List of contributors; Acknowledgements; Part I. Introduction: Part II. Assembling Whole Systems in the Field: Part III. Synthetic Ecology: Part IV. Partial or Piecewise Restoration in the Field: Part V. Restored Systems as Opportunities for Basic Research: Part VI. Doing Restoration Ecology: Index.

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Edited By: WR Jordan, ME Gilpin and JD Aber
354 pages, Tables, line diagrams
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By casting familiar questions in a different light and covering a wide variety of issues and environments, Restoration Ecology merits the attention of a broad spectrum of practicing ecologists... Ecology "...Anyone intersted in ecosystem restoration work would be advised to obtain a copy..." Canadian Field Naturalist
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