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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Krystyna M Urbanska; Nigel R Webb; Peter John Edwards
|Description:||1 vol. (XV-397 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Foreword Pehr Enckell; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. Why restoration? Krystyna M. Urbanska, Nigel R. Webb and Peter J. Edwards; 2. What do we mean by restoration? Anthony D. Bradshaw; Part I. Ecological Basis of Restoration: 3. Restoration as an ecosystem process: implications of the modern ecological paradigm V. Thomas Parker and Steward T. A. Pickett; 4. Importance of soil ecology in restoration science A. D. Bradshaw; 5. Soil microorganisms, mycorrhiza and restoration ecology Kurt Haselwandter; 6. Safe sites - interface of plant population ecology and restoration ecology Krystyna M. Urbanska; 7. The role of plant-animal mutualism in the design and restoration of natural communities Steven N. Handel; 8. The development of criteria for ecological restoration Nigel R. Webb; Part II. The Implementation and Assessment of Restoration Schemes: 9. Restoring alpine ecosystems in the United States: environmental constraints, disturbance characteristics and restoration success Jeanne C. Chambers; 10. Restoration of eroded areas in Iceland Sigurdur H. Marnusson; 11. Invertebrates assist the restoration process: an Australian perspective Jonathan D. Majer; 12. Terrestrial arthropods as ecological indicators of habitat restoration in southwestern North America K. S. Williams; 13. Tidal wetland restoration and creation along the east coast of North America William A. Niering; 14. Options for restoration and management of coastal salt marshes in Europe Jan P. Bakker, Peter Esselink, Rene van der Wal and Kees S. Dijkema; Part III. Ecological Restoration, Economics and Sustainability: 15. Ecological engineering and sustainable development Peter J. Edwards, and Cyrus Abivardi; 16. Ecological restoration - the magnitude of the challenge: an outsider's view Michael Clark; Part IV. Conclusions: 17. Restoration ecology: science, technology and society Peter J. Edwards, Nigel R. Webb, Krystyna M. Urbanska and Reinhard Bornkamm; Taxonomic index; Subject index.|
|Responsibility:||ed. by Krystyna M. Urbanska, Nigel R. Webb, and Peter J. Edwards.|
'... it is an invaluable reference book and should be in the library of every organisation which has an involvement in the improvement of the environment. Better still, it is seen as a vital personal