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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 5, Number 4, December 1997

Human-Dominated Ecosystems and the Role of Restoration Ecology
pp. 273-274(2)
Author: Niering, William A.

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Developing the Conceptual Basis for Restoration Ecology
pp. 275-276(2)
Authors: Allen, Edith B.; Covington, W. Wallace; Falk, Donald A.

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Restoration Biolog y: A Population Biolog y Perspective
pp. 277-290(14)
Authors: Rice, Susan L. Williams; Montalvo, Arlee M.; Buchmann, Stephen L.; Cory, Coleen; Handel, Steven N.; Nabhan, Gary P.; Richard Primack; Robichaux, Robert H.

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Ecological Theory and Community Restoration Ecology
pp. 291-300(10)
Authors: Palmer, Margaret A.; Ambrose, Richard F.; Poff, N. LeRoy

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The Scale of Successional Models and Restoration Objectives
pp. 301-306(6)
Author: Parker, V. Thomas

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Restoration Ecolog y and the Ecosystem Perspective
pp. 307-317(11)
Authors: Ehrenfeld, Joan G.; Toth, Louis A.

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Linking Restoration and Landscape Ecology
pp. 318-323(6)
Authors: Bell, Susan S.; Fonseca, Mark S.; Motten, Little B.

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What Practitioners Need from Restoration Ecologists
pp. 350-354(5)
Authors: Clewell, Andre; Rieger, John P.

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Book Review
pp. 355-356(2)

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