This two-volume handbook is a comprehensive account of the rapidly emerging and vibrant science of the ecological restoration of habitats and species. Ecological restoration aims to achieve complete structural, functional, self-maintaining biological integrity following disturbance. In practice, any theoretical model is modified by a number of economic, social, and ecological constraints. Consequently, material that might be considered as rehabilitation, enhancement, re-construction, or re-creation is also included. Principles of Restoration defines the underlying principles of restoration ecology in relation to manipulations and management of the biological, geophysical, and chemical framework.
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The Handbook of Ecological Restoration comprises two volumes, Principles of Restoration and Restoration in Practice, providing a comprehensive account of the science of restoration ecology. Principles of Restoration defines the underlying principles of restoration ecology, in relation to manipulations and management of the biological, geophysical and chemical framework. It will be an invaluable resource to anyone concerned with the restoration, rehabilitation, enhancement or creation of habitats, anywhere in the world.About the Author:
Martin Perrow is an ecological consultant at ECON, based in the University of East Anglia.
Anthony Davy is Head of Population and Conservation Biology in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of East Anglia.
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