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Routledge Handbook of Ecological and Environmental Restoration

By: Stuart K Allison(Editor), Stephen D Murphy(Editor)
620 pages, 98 b/w photos, 254 b/w illustrations, 20 tables
Publisher: Earthscan
Routledge Handbook of Ecological and Environmental Restoration
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Ecological restoration is a rapidly evolving discipline that is engaged with developing both methodologies and strategies for repairing damaged and polluted ecosystems and environments. During the last decade the rapid pace of climate change coupled with continuing habitat destruction and the spread of non-native species to new habitats has forced restoration ecologists to re-evaluate their goals and the methods they use. This comprehensive handbook brings together an internationally respected group of established and rising experts in the field. Routledge Handbook of Ecological and Environmental Restoration begins with a description of current practices and the state of knowledge in particular areas of restoration, and then identifies new directions that will help the field achieve increasing levels of future success. Part I provides basic background about ecological and environmental restoration. Part II systematically reviews restoration in key ecosystem types located throughout the world. In Part III, management and policy issues are examined in detail, offering the first comprehensive treatment of policy relevance in the field, while Part IV looks to the future. Ultimately, good ecological restoration depends upon a combination of good science, policy, planning and outreach – all issues that are addressed in this unrivalled volume.

Contents

1. Introduction
      Stephen D. Murphy and Stuart K. Allison

Part 1: The Basis for Ecological Restoration in the 21st Century
2. Considering the Future: Anticipating the Need for Ecological Restoration
      Young Choi
3. The Principles of Restoration Ecology at Population Scales
      Stephen D. Murphy, Michael McTavish, and Heather Cray
4. Landscape-scale Restoration Ecology
      Michael Perring
5. Understanding Social Processes in Planning Ecological Restorations
      Stephen R. Edwards, Brock Blevins, Darwin Horning, and Andrew Spaeth
6. The Role of History in Restoration Ecology
      Eric Higgs and Stephen Jackson
7. Social Engagement in Ecological Restoration
      Susan Baker

Part 2: Restoring Key Ecosystems
8. Restoration and Ecosystem Management in the Boreal Forest: From Ecological Principles to Tactical Solutions
      Timo Kuuluvainen
9. Restoration of Temperate Broadleaf Forests
      John Stanturf
10. Temperate Grasslands
      Karel Prach, Peter Torok, and Jonathan Bakker
11. Restoration of Temperate Savannas and Woodlands
      Brice Hanberry, John M. Kabrick, Peter W. Dunwiddie, Tibor Hartel, Theresa B. Jain, and Benjamin O. Knapp
12. Restoring Desert Ecosystems
      Scott Abella
13. Ecological Restoration in Mediterranean-type Shrublands and Woodlands
      Ladislav Mucina, Marcela A. Bustamante-Sánchez, Beatriz Duguy Pedra, Patricia Holmes, Todd Keeler-Wolf, Juan J. Armesto, Mark Dobrowolski, Mirijam Gaertner, Cecilia Smith-Ramírez, and Alberto Vilagrosa
14. Alpine Habitat Conservation and Restoration in Tropical and Sub-tropical High Mountains
      Alton Byers
15. Restoration of Rivers and Streams
      Benjamin Smith and Michael A. Chadwick
16. Lake Restoration
      Erik Jeppesen, Martin Søndergaard, and Zhengwen Liu
17. Restoration of Freshwater Wetlands
      Paul Keddy
18. Saltmarshes
      David Burdick and Susan Adamowicz
19. Oyster-generated Marine Habitats: Their Services, Enhancement, Restoration, and Monitoring
      Loren Coen and Austin Humphries
20. Ecological Rehabilitation in Mangrove Systems: The Evolution of the Practice and the Need for Strategic Reform of Policy and Planning
      Ben Brown
21. Tropical Savanna Restoration
      Jillianne Segura, Sean Bellairs, and Lindsey Hutley
22. Restoration of Tropical and Subtropical Grasslands
      Gerhard Overbeck and Sandra Cristina Muller
23. Tropical Forest Restoration
      David Lamb
24. The Restoration of Coral Reefs
      Boze Hancock, Kemit Amon Lewis, and Eric Conklin
25. Ecological Restoration in an Urban Context
      Jessica Hardesty Norris, Keith Bowers, and Stephen D. Murphy

Part 3: Management and Policy Issues
26. International Law and Policy on Restoration
      An Cliquet
27. Governance and Restoration
      Stephanie Mansourian
28. Restoration, Volunteers, and the Human Community
      Stephen Packard
29. Building Social Capacity for Restoration Success
      Elizabeth Covelli Metcalf, Alexander L. Metcalf, and Jakki J. Mohr
30. Ecological Restoration: A Growing Part of the Green Economy
      Keith Bowers and Jessica Hardesty Norris
31. Restoration and Market-based Instruments
      Alex Baumber
32. Profit Motives and Ecological Restoration: Opportunities in Bioenergy and Conservation Biomass
      Carol Williams

Part 4: Ecological Restoration for the Future
33. Ecological Restoration and Environmental Change
      Stuart K. Allison
34. Invasive Species and Ecological Restoration
      Joan Dudney, Lauren Hallett, Erica Spotswood, and Katharine Suding
35. Restoration and Resilience
      Libby Trevenen, Rachel Standish, Charles Price, and Richard Hobbs
36. Ecological Restoration and Ecosystem Services
      Robin Chazdon and Jose Rey-Benayas
37. The Economics of Restoration and the Restoration of Economics
      James Blignaut
38. Better Together: The Importance of Collaboration between Researchers and Practitioners
      Robert Cabin
39. Less than 140 Characters: Restorationists Use of Social Media
      Liam Heneghan and Oisin Heneghan

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Biography

Stuart K. Allison is the Watson Bartlett Professor of Biology and Conservation, and Director of the Green Oaks Field Study Center at Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois, USA. He is the author of Ecological Restoration and Environmental Change (Routledge, 2012).

Stephen D. Murphy is Professor and Director of the School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. He is the editor-in-chief of Restoration Ecology.

By: Stuart K Allison(Editor), Stephen D Murphy(Editor)
620 pages, 98 b/w photos, 254 b/w illustrations, 20 tables
Publisher: Earthscan
Media reviews

"The editorial team at Earthscan have done a phenomenal job of commissioning a range of Routledge Handbooks across a series of major topics in ecology, biodiversity and conservation. This new book covers ecological restoration with 39 chapters divided into 4 sections [...] Allison and Murphy have done a great job in bringing together contributions from both leaders in the field and the next generation, and, Hurrah!, the geographic spread of authors is reflective of the global need for restoration [...]"
– Alan Crowden, BES Bulletin, Volume 48(4), December 2017

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