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The Once and Future Forest A Guide to Forest Restoration Strategies

By: Leslie Jones Sauer
381 pages, B/w photos, illus
Publisher: Island Press
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Focusing on remnant forest systems, the book describes methods of restoring and linking forest fragments to recreate a whole landscape fabric. It presents a comprehensive approach to assessing sites, detailed guidelines for determining management goals, and a thorough overview of appropriate management and restoration techniques.

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By: Leslie Jones Sauer
381 pages, B/w photos, illus
Publisher: Island Press
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