Ecological Restoration and Physiology : An Overdue Integration

@inproceedings{Cooke2008EcologicalRA,
  title={Ecological Restoration and Physiology : An Overdue Integration},
  author={Steven J Cooke and Cory D. Suski},
  year={2008}
}
E restoration is increasingly being regarded as one of the primary means of repairing environmental damage caused by anthropogenic activities (Dobson et al. 1997, Hobbs and Harris 2001). Theoretically, ecological restoration implies that the historical ecosystem state is the objective, although in practice achieving that state is nearly impossible. Several approaches used in ecological restoration share the general goal of repairing damaged ecosystems but have different strategies and end… CONTINUE READING
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