Restoration of forest resilience: An achievable goal?

@article{Newton2015RestorationOF,
  title={Restoration of forest resilience: An achievable goal?},
  author={Adrian C. Newton and Elena Cantarello},
  journal={New Forests},
  year={2015},
  volume={46},
  pages={645-668}
}
Although the concept of resilience is increasingly being incorporated into environmental policy and linked to ecological restoration goals, there is considerable uncertainty regarding how resilience should be defined and measured in practice. Here we briefly review some of the definitions of resilience that have been proposed, including those referred to as “ecological” and “engineering” resilience. We also examine evidence for the existence of multiple stable states in forest ecosystems, on… CONTINUE READING
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