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A goal-oriented approach to forest landscape restoration

Author: John A Stanturf; Palle Madsen; David Lamb
Publisher: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, ©2012.
Series: World forests, 16.
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Applying principles of landscape ecology, restoration ecology, planning theory and conflict management, this book presents case studies which document Forest Landscape Restoration and discusses how the approach can help with priority setting for the future.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John A Stanturf; Palle Madsen; David Lamb
ISBN: 9789400753389 9400753381 9400753373 9789400753372 9781283936064 1283936062
OCLC Number: 822966122
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Setting Goals --
A Tool for Comparing Alternative Forest Landscape Restoration Scenarios / David Pullar, David Lamb --
Forest Landscape Restoration in the Netherlands: Policy Aspects and Knowledge Management / Rob J. J. Hendriks, René G. A. Boot, Wim de Haas, Herman J. F. Savenije --
Incorporating Social and Natural Science in the Restoration of an Indonesian Conservation Forest: A Case Study from Jambi / Ulfah J. Siregar, Iskandar Z. Siregar, S. Wilarso Budi, Yulius Hero, Didik Suharjito --
Restoring Biodiversity --
Forest Landscape Restoration in China / Weimin Xi, Huaxing Bi, Binghui He --
Managing Forest Stand Structures to Enhance Conservation of the Amur Tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) / Xuemei Han, Chadwick Dearing Oliver, Jianping Ge, Qingxi Guo, Xiaojun Kou --
Restoration of Forests Associated with New Town Development in Hong Kong / C. Y. Jim --
Integrating Scientific Research with Community Needs to Restore a Forest Landscape in Northern Thailand: A Case Study of Ban Mae Sa Mai / Stephen Elliott, Cherdsak Kuaraksa, Panitnard Tunjai, Tiderach Toktang --
Non-native Plants and Adaptive Collaborative Approaches to Ecosystem Restoration in the United States / John Schelhas, James H. Miller, Jeanne Chambers --
Restoring Fire-Adapted Forests in Eastern North America for Biodiversity Conservation and Hazardous Fuels Reduction / Ross J. Phillips, Thomas A. Waldrop, Patrick H. Brose, Geoff G. Wang --
Forest Landscape Restoration: Linkages with Stream Fishes of the Southern United States / Melvin L. Warren Jr. --
Restoring Ecological Functioning and Livelihoods --
Restoration of Deforested and Degraded Areas in Africa / Dominic Blay --
Restoration of Southern Pine Forests After the Southern Pine Beetle / Weimin Xi, John D. Waldron, David M. Cairns, Charles W. Lafon, Andrew G. Birt --
Forest Landscape Restoration in Australia's Murray-Darling Basin / Trevor H. Booth --
Restoring Broadleaved Forests in Southern Sweden as Climate Changes / Magnus Löf, Jörg Brunet, Thomas Hickler, Maria Birkedal, Anna Jensen --
Restoring Floodplain Forests in Europe / Francine M. R. Hughes, Marta González del Tánago, J. Owen Mountford --
Restoration of Freshwater Cypress-Tupelo Wetlands in the Southeastern US Following Severe Hurricanes / William H. Conner, Ken W. Krauss, Gary P. Shaffer --
Planted Forests and Trees Can Restore Landscapes and Alleviate Poverty / Linda Rosengren. I. Setting Goals --
1. A Tool for Comparing Alternative Forest Landscape Restoration Scenarios --
2. Forest Landscape Restoration in the Netherlands: Policy Aspects and Knowledge Management --
3. Incorporating Social and Natural Science in the Restoration of an Indonesian Conservation Forest: A Case Study from Jambi --
II. Restoring Biodiversity --
4. Forest Landscape Restoration in China --
5. Managing Forest Stand Structures to Enhance Conservation of the Amur Tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) --
6. Restoration of Forests Associated with New Town Development in Hong Kong --
7. Integrating Scientific Research with Community Needs to Restore Forest Landscapes in Northern Thailand: A Case Study of Ban Mae Sa Ma --
8. Non-native Plants and Adaptive Collaborative Approaches to Ecosystem Restoration in the United States --
9. Restoring Fire-Adapted Forests in Eastern North America For Biodiversity Conservation and Hazardous Fuels Reduction --
10. Forest Landscape Restoration: Linkages with Stream Fishes of the Southern United States --
III. Restoring Ecological Functioning and Livelihoods --
11. Restoration of Deforested and Degraded Areas in Africa --
12 Restoration of Southern Pine Forests after the Southern Pine Beetle --
13. Forest Landscape Restoration in Australia's Murray-Darling Basin --
14. Restoring Broadleaved Forests in Southern Sweden as Climate Changes --
15. Restoring Floodplain Forests in Europe.- 16. Restoration of Freshwater Cypress-Tupelo Wetlands in the Southeastern US Following Severe Hurricanes --
17. Planted Forests and Trees Can Restore Landscapes and Alleviate Poverty.
Series Title: World forests, 16.
Responsibility: John Stanturf, Palle Madsen, David Lamb, editors.
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