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Invasive plants, especially non-native perennial grasses, are a critical threat to remnant prairies and oak savannas in the Pacific Northwest. Managers must control non-native plants without adversely impacting native species in fragmented prairie remnants. We describe results of a collaborative...
Reversal of widespread fish habitat degradation in the conterminous United States will require effective spatial planning, which begins with spatial assessment of current habitat conditions. We present an assessment of cumulative anthropogenic disturbance to fish habitats in approximately 2.23...
Abstract: The Restoration Prioritization Framework was designed as a decision-making tool for the Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership, to help identify the highest-priority sites for restoration. The underlying concepts are derived from regional applications of aquatic restoration theory....
Coastal sage scrub restoration at Audubon's Starr Ranch Sanctuary commences with nonchemical control of a high-priority non-native in degraded (and native) grasslands, artichoke thistle (Cynara cardunculus). Scrub restoration begins the second year of artichoke thistle control. Here I...
Pit and quarry sites from sand, gravel, and rock extraction must be rehabilitated by law in Ontario. Adjacent and nearby landscapes affect local residents' perceptions of the success of rehabilitation in terms of how the former extraction site "fits" the landscape. Along with ecological...
Microclimatic planning is an important component in rehabilitating landscapes. Rehabilitation practices often simplify a landscape, reducing microclimatic complexity and decreasing the capacity of the land to support a variety of niche habitats. This study took a target-species approach to...
Past dike placement for agriculture has considerably altered the Grays River, Washington, a tributary to the Columbia River, and impaired anadramous salmon habitat. To improve floodplain connectivity, a wetland restoration project was implemented during the summer of 2005 at the Kandoll Farm...
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