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Restoring Disturbed Landscapes Putting Principles into Practice

Handbook / Manual
By: David J Tongway and John A Ludwig
189 pages, Col plates, figs
Publisher: Island Press
Restoring Disturbed Landscapes
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Restoring Disturbed Landscapes is a hands-on guide for individuals and groups seeking to improve the functional capacity of landscapes. Abundantly illustrated with photos and figures, "Restoring Disturbed Landscapes" is an engaging and accessible work designed specifically for restoration practitioners with limited training or experience in the field. It uses a five-step adaptive procedure to tell restorationists where to start, what information they need to acquire, and how to apply this information to their specific situations.

Co-sponsored by the Society for Ecological Restoration International and Island Press, this series offers a foundation of practical knowledge and scientific insight that will help ecological restoration become the powerful reparative and healing tool that the world needs.

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Biography

David J. Tongway is a soil scientist and ecologist formerly with CSIRO. He is currently an Honorary Fellow at CSIRO's Gungahlin laboratory in Canberra. John A. Ludwig is a plant and landscape ecologist formerly with New Mexico State University and CSIRO. He is currently an Honorary Fellow at CSIRO's laboratory in Atherton.
Handbook / Manual
By: David J Tongway and John A Ludwig
189 pages, Col plates, figs
Publisher: Island Press
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