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Contributors, ix Foreword, xiii Preface, xv PART 1 SETTING THE SCENE, 1 1 Getting Started, 3 JELTE VAN ANDEL AND JAMES ARONSON 2 Unifying Concepts, 9 JELTE VAN ANDEL, AB P. GROOTJANS AND JAMES ARONSON 3 Environmental Management and Restoration in a Changing Climate, 23 RICHARD J. HOBBS 4 Planning and Implementing Successful Landscape-Scale Restoration, 30 DAVID J. TONGWAY AND JOHN A. LUDWIG PART 2 ECOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS, 43 5 Landscape Ecology, 45 RUDY VAN DIGGELEN, RICHARD J. HOBBS AND LADISLAV MIKO 6 Ecology of Ecosystems and Biotic Communities, 59 JOHAN VAN DE KOPPEL, JELTE VAN ANDEL AND ARJEN BIERE 7 Populations: Ecology and Genetics, 73 ARJEN BIERE, JELTE VAN ANDEL AND JOHAN VAN DE KOPPEL 8 Reintroductions: Learning from Successes and Failures, 87 SIPKE E. VAN WIEREN PART 3 EXPERIENCES AND LESSONS, BIOME BY BIOME, 101 9 Restoration of Tropical Forests, 103 KAREN D. HOLL 10 Restoration of Arid and Semi-Arid Lands, 115 DAVID A. BAINBRIDGE 11 Restoration of Mediterranean-Type Woodlands and Shrublands, 130 V. RAMON VALLEJO, EDITH B. ALLEN, JAMES ARONSON, JULI G. PAUSAS, JORDI CORTINA AND JULIO R. GUTIERREZ 12 Restoration of Temperate Forests: An European Approach, 145 ANTON FISCHER AND HOLGER FISCHER 13 Restoring Temperate Forests: A North American Perspective, 161 DEAN APOSTOL AND AYN SHLISKY 14 Restoration of Dry Grasslands and Heathlands, 173 JAN P. BAKKER, RUDY VAN DIGGELEN, RENEE M. BEKKER AND ROB H. MARRS 15 Restoration of Arctic?Alpine Ecosystems, 189 BERNHARD KRAUTZER, CHRISTIAN UHLIG AND HELMUT WITTMANN 16 Restoration of Mires, 203 AB P. GROOTJANS, RUDY VAN DIGGELEN, HANS JOOSTEN AND ALFONS J.P. SMOLDERS 17 Restoration of Rivers and Floodplains, 214 JENNY MANT, ANDREW B. GILL, MARTIN JANES AND DI HAMMOND 18 Restoration of Freshwater Lakes, 233 RAMESH D. GULATI, L. MIGUEL DIONISIO PIRES AND ELLEN VAN DONK 19 Restoration of Salt Marshes, 248 JAN P. BAKKER PART 4 RESTORING TO THE FUTURE, 263 20 Biological Invasions, Resilience and Restoration, 265 MIRIJAM GAERTNER, PATRICIA M. HOLMES AND DAVID M. RICHARDSON 21 Shifting Baselines: Dynamics of Evolution and Community Change in a Changing World, 281 KATHARINE SUDING AND ELIZABETH LEGER 22 Restoration Ecology and the Path to Sustainability, 293 JAMES ARONSON AND JELTE VAN ANDEL Glossary, 305 References, 315 Restoration Ecology Author Index, 360 Restoration Ecology Subject Index, 368 Colour plate pages fall between pp. 144 and 145.
Dr Jelte van Andel is Professor of Plant Ecology, recently retired from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. His interest in the fundamentals of plant population ecology and vegetation dynamics increasingly includes the applicability of concepts and theories to problems facing society, aiming at improving the communication between scientists and citizens. Dr James Aronson is a researcher in restoration ecology at the Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionelle et Evolutive (of the CNRS), in Montpellier, France and research associate of the Missouri Botanical Garden, USA, where he helped found the Restoring Natural Capital Alliance. He is a representative-at-large of the Society for Ecological Restoration.
As well as being a useful text for university students,the book particularly those chapters summarising recentthinking on ecological topics relevant to restoration ecology will be valuable to those already in thefield. (Ecological Management &Restoration, 22 January 2014) Not a how-to book, but a fineoverview of many of the conceptual and interdisciplinary issuesinvolved, and biome-specific overviews that are still European inemphasis, but now more global in scope. (Restoration Ecology, 1 July 2013) All of these texts do an excellent job presenting thecomplexities of restoring nature, which brings together manydisciplines and requires an understanding of the both ecologicalprinciples. Their different approaches to the subject matterare complementary and will be a much used resource for academicsand practitioners. (British Ecological SocietyBulletin, 1 June 2013)