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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). local communities and coastal protection, but also provide Climate Change cultural value. Most restoration efforts in coral reefs have been focused on small-scale ecological aspects, disregard- Climate Shapes and Shifts Functional Biodiversity in ing the social and human dimensions. i Th s oversight limits Forests Worldwide. 2019. Wieczynski, D.J. (Depart- the understanding of the benefits of successful restoration ment of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of efforts in these systems. In order to record and consoli - California, Los Angeles, CA, daniel.wieczynski@gmail. date information pertaining to the benefits of the current com), B. Boyle, V. Buzzard, S.M. Duran, A.N. Hender- coral restoration efforts, Hein and collaborators inter - son, C.M. Hulshof, A.J. Kerkho, M.C. M ff cCarthy, S.T. viewed 120 key “reef-users” at different well-established Michaletz, N.G. Swenson, G.P. Asner, L. Patrick Bentley, coral reef restoration projects around the world. Their B.J. Enquist and V.M. Savage. PNAS 116:587–592. results illustrate that perceptions of restoration benefits http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

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Ecological Restoration , Volume 37 (2) – May 28, 2019

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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). local communities and coastal protection, but also provide Climate Change cultural value. Most restoration efforts in coral reefs have been focused on small-scale ecological aspects, disregard- Climate Shapes and Shifts Functional Biodiversity in ing the social and human dimensions. i Th s oversight limits Forests Worldwide. 2019. Wieczynski, D.J. (Depart- the understanding of the benefits of successful restoration ment of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of efforts in these systems. In order to record and consoli - California, Los Angeles, CA, daniel.wieczynski@gmail. date information pertaining to the benefits of the current com), B. Boyle, V. Buzzard, S.M. Duran, A.N. Hender- coral restoration efforts, Hein and collaborators inter - son, C.M. Hulshof, A.J. Kerkho, M.C. M ff cCarthy, S.T. viewed 120 key “reef-users” at different well-established Michaletz, N.G. Swenson, G.P. Asner, L. Patrick Bentley, coral reef restoration projects around the world. Their B.J. Enquist and V.M. Savage. PNAS 116:587–592. results illustrate that perceptions of restoration benefits

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Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: May 28, 2019

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