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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 21, Number 1, 1 January 2013

Ecological Restoration in a Developing Island Nation: How Useful is the Science?
pp. 1-5(5)
Authors: Florens, F. B. Vincent; Baider, Cláudia

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Restoring the Narrative of American Environmentalism
pp. 6-11(6)
Authors: Minteer, Ben A.; Pyne, Stephen J.

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Gallery Forest or Herbaceous Wetland? The Need for Multi‐Target Perspectives in Riparian Restoration Planning
pp. 12-16(5)
Authors: Weisberg, Peter J.; Mortenson, Susan G.; Dilts, Thomas E.

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Ecological Design is More Important Than Compensatory Mitigation for Successful Restoration of Alpine Spoil Heaps
pp. 17-25(9)
Authors: Rydgren, Knut; Halvorsen, Rune; Auestad, Inger; Hamre, Liv N.

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Bee Preference for Native versus Exotic Plants in Restored Agricultural Hedgerows
pp. 26-32(7)
Authors: Morandin, Lora A.; Kremen, Claire

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The Effectiveness of Riparian ‘Restoration’ on Water Quality—A Case Study of Lowland Streams in Canterbury, New Zealand
pp. 40-48(9)
Authors: Collins, Kathryn E.; Doscher, Crile; Rennie, Hamish G.; Ross, James G.

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Biogeochemical and Microbial Legacies of Non‐Native Grasses Can Affect Restoration Success
pp. 58-66(9)
Authors: Hamman, Sarah T.; Hawkes, Christine V.

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Establishment of Fabaceae Tree Species in a Tropical Pasture: Influence of Seed Size and Weeding Methods
pp. 67-74(8)
Authors: Pereira, Silvia R.; Laura, Valdemir A.; Souza, Andréa L. T.

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An Evaluation of the Short‐Term Progress of Restoration Combining Ecological Assessment and Public Perception
pp. 75-85(11)
Authors: Petursdottir, Thorunn; Aradottir, Asa L.; Benediktsson, Karl

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The Use of Asian Ficus Species for Restoring Tropical Forest Ecosystems
pp. 86-95(10)
Authors: Kuaraksa, Cherdsak; Elliott, Stephen

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Relationships between Methylobacteria and Glyphosate with Native and Invasive Plant Species: Implications for Restoration
pp. 105-113(9)
Authors: Irvine, Irina C.; Witter, Marti S.; Brigham, Christy A.; Martiny, Jennifer B. H.

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Biogeochemical Implications of Episodic Impoundment in a Restored Tidal Marsh of San Francisco Bay, California
pp. 124-132(9)
Authors: Windham‐Myers, Lisamarie; Ward, Kristen; Marvin‐DiPasquale, Mark; Agee, Jennifer L.; Kieu, Le H.; Kakouros, Evangelos

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Animal Colonization of Restored Peatlands: Inoculation of Plant Material as a Source of Insects
pp. 140-144(5)
Authors: Grégoire Taillefer, Amélie; Wheeler, Terry A.

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