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Ecological restoration is a global priority that holds great potential for benefiting natural ecosystems, but restoration outcomes are notoriously unp...Read more
Community ecology is frequently invoked as complementary to and useful for guiding ecological restoration. While the conceptual literature is devoted ...Read more
To encourage more project assessment and reporting of restoration outcomes, Palmer et al. (2005) propose five criteria for assessing the ecological su...Read more
Drylands support over 2 billion people and are major providers of critical ecosystem goods and services across the globe. Drylands, however, are one o...Read more
Floodplains are species-rich environments often strongly impacted by human activities. In particular, the negative effects of progressive and rapid di...Read more
Declines in area and quality of species-rich mesotrophic and calcareous grasslands have occurred all across Europe. While the European Union has promo...Read more
This paper presents an introduction to the special profile on restoration ecology of different vegetation types such as grasslands, peatlands, prairie...Read more
The outcomes of restoration efforts are contingent on the specifics of the restoration practices utilized, but also on uncontrolled contingencies such...Read more
1. Over the past decades, evidence-based research has become increasingly important in restoration ecology. Evidence synthesis can be a powerful tool ...Read more
The authors of 'Standards for ecologically successful restoration' (Palmer et al. 2005) are commended for clearly articulating and discussing the nuan...Read more