This innovative book integrates practical information from restoration projects around the world with the latest developments in successional theory. It recognizes the critical roles of disturbance ecology, landscape ecology, ecological assembly, invasion biology, ecosystem health, and historical ecology in habitat restoration. It argues that restoration within a successional context will best utilize the lessons from each of these disciplines.In: Sustainable Development of the Biosphere. W. C. Clark and R. E. Munn (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 292a317. Holling, C. S. 1993. Investing in research for sustainability. Ecological Applications 3:552a555.
|Title||:||Linking Restoration and Ecological Succession|
|Author||:||Lawrence R. Walker, Joe Walker, Richard J. Hobbs|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-10-16|