Restoration Ecology, ‎1061-2971

Journal

  1. 2022
  2. E-pub ahead of print

    Mapping and assessing the knowledge base of ecological restoration

    Heger, T., Jeschke, J., Febria, C., Kollmann, J., Murphy, S. D., Rochefort, L., Shackelford, N., Temperton, V. & Higgs, E., 12.03.2022, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Restoration Ecology. 10 p., e13676.

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  3. Published

    Urgent need for updating the slogan of global climate actions from 'tree planting' to 'restore native vegetation'

    Tölgyesi, C., Buisson, E., Helm, A., Temperton, V. & Török, P., 01.03.2022, In: Restoration Ecology. 30, 3, 4 p., e13594.

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  4. 2021
  5. E-pub ahead of print

    Measuring at all scales: sourcing data for more flexible restoration references

    Shackelford, N., Dudney, J., Stueber, M. M., Temperton, V. M. & Suding, K. L., 03.09.2021, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Restoration Ecology. 10 p., e13541.

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  6. Exploring the potential of using priority effects during ecological restoration to resist biological invasions in the neotropics

    Weidlich, E. & de Sá de Dechoum, M., 01.2021, In: Restoration Ecology. 29, 1, 3 p., e13295.

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  7. Published

    Priority effects and ecological restoration

    Weidlich, E. W. A., Nelson, C., Maron, J. L., Callaway, R. M., Delory, B. & Temperton, V. M., 01.2021, In: Restoration Ecology. 29, 1, 11 p., e13317.

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  8. 2020
  9. Using ectomycorrhizae to improve the restoration of Neotropical coastal zones

    Weidlich, E., Mioto, P. T., Furtado, A. N. M., Ferst, L. M., Ernzen, J. P. & Neves, M. A., 11.2020, In: Restoration Ecology. 28, 6, p. 1324-1326 3 p.

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  10. 2019
  11. Published

    Step back from the forest and step up to the Bonn Challenge: How a broad ecological perspective can promote successful landscape restoration

    Temperton, V. M., Buchmann, N., Buisson, E., Durigan, G., Kazmierczak, L., Perring, M. P., de Sá Dechoum, M., Veldman, J. W. & Overbeck, G. E., 07.2019, In: Restoration Ecology. 27, 4, p. 705-719 15 p.

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  12. 2018
  13. Published

    A theory of participation: what makes stakeholder and public engagement in environmental management work?

    Reed, M. S., Vella, S., Challies, E., de Vente, J., Frewer, L., Hohenwallner-Ries, D., Huber, T., Neumann, R. K., Oughton, E. A., Sidoli del Ceno, J. & van Delden, H., 01.04.2018, In: Restoration Ecology. 26, S1, p. S7-S17 11 p.

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  14. 2014
  15. Flexible and Adaptable Restoration: An Example from South Korea

    Temperton, V. M., Higgs, E., Choi, Y. D., Allen, E., Lamb, D., Lee, C. S., Harris, J., Hobbs, R. J. & Zedler, J. B., 05.2014, In: Restoration Ecology. 22, 3, p. 271-278 8 p.

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  16. 2011
  17. Bird's Response to Revegetation of Different Structure and Floristics-Are "Restoration Plantings" Restoring Bird Communities?

    Munro, N. T., Fischer, J., Barrett, G., Wood, J. T., Leavesley, A. & Lindenmayer, D. B., 03.2011, In: Restoration Ecology. 19, 201, p. 223-235 13 p.

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