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Abstracts To develop the following abstracts, the editorial staff searches more than 100 scientific journals, professional and orga - nizational newsletters, conference proceedings, and other resources for information relevant to ecological restoration practice and research. Please send suggested abstract sources to the editorial staff (ERjournal@sebs.rutgers.edu). responded differently. The authors also found a strong Coastal and Marine relationship between patch size and kelp density on kelp Communities recruitment. This can have strong implications for future restoration efforts. An Example of Multi-Habitat Restoration: Conceptual Assessment of Benets F fi rom Merging Shellfish-Reef and Boulder-Reef Restorations. 2020. Liversage, K. Ecological Design (Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Esto- Implications of Climate Change for Managing Urban nia, kiran.liversage@ut.ee) Ecological Engineering Green Infrastructure: An Indiana, U.S. Case Study. 143:105659. doi: 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2019.105659 2019. Reynolds, H.L. (Department of Biology, Indiana e b Th enefit of restoring multiple habitat types has been University, Bloomington, IN, hlreynol@indiana.edu), described for many types of open systems, particularly L. Brandt, B.C. Fischer, B.S. Hardiman, D.J. Moxley, aquatic ones. In this study, Liversage discusses multiple E. Sandweiss, J.H Speer and S. Fei. Climatic Change. benefits of integrating the restoration of shellfish and boul - doi: 10.1007/s10584-019-02617-0 der reefs. These benefits include enhanced recruitment e http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

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Ecological Restoration , Volume 38 (2) – May 20, 2020

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To develop the following abstracts, the editorial staff searches more than 100 scientific journals, professional and orga - nizational newsletters, conference proceedings, and other resources for information relevant to ecological restoration practice and research. Please send suggested abstract sources to the editorial staff (ERjournal@sebs.rutgers.edu). responded differently. The authors also found a strong Coastal and Marine relationship between patch size and kelp density on kelp Communities recruitment. This can have strong implications for future restoration efforts. An Example of Multi-Habitat Restoration: Conceptual Assessment of Benets F fi rom Merging Shellfish-Reef and Boulder-Reef Restorations. 2020. Liversage, K. Ecological Design (Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Esto- Implications of Climate Change for Managing Urban nia, kiran.liversage@ut.ee) Ecological Engineering Green Infrastructure: An Indiana, U.S. Case Study. 143:105659. doi: 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2019.105659 2019. Reynolds, H.L. (Department of Biology, Indiana e b Th enefit of restoring multiple habitat types has been University, Bloomington, IN, hlreynol@indiana.edu), described for many types of open systems, particularly L. Brandt, B.C. Fischer, B.S. Hardiman, D.J. Moxley, aquatic ones. In this study, Liversage discusses multiple E. Sandweiss, J.H Speer and S. Fei. Climatic Change. benefits of integrating the restoration of shellfish and boul - doi: 10.1007/s10584-019-02617-0 der reefs. These benefits include enhanced recruitment e

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Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: May 20, 2020

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