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Editorial Office Changes

Editorial Office Changes eginning with this issue of Ecological Restoration, Botanical Garden at Yale University. He is a member of the the Editorial Office has moved from the Univer - State of New Jersey Invasive Species Council and partici- Bsity of Wisconsin to Rutgers, The State University pates in ecological restoration designs in new public parks of New Jersey. It is housed in the Department of Ecol- throughout the country. He received a B. A. in Biology at ogy, Evolution, and Natural Resources of the School of Columbia College, and a Ph.D. from the Field of Ecology Environmental and Biological Sciences. and Evolution at Cornell University. The new Editor is Steven N. Handel. He has explored The new Managing Editor is Brooke Maslo. She has a pollination, seed dispersal, plant population patterns, and research background in restoring and enhancing wildlife most recently, problems of restoring urban and heavily habitats, with a focus on threatened and endangered coastal degraded lands. He serves as professor of ecology and birds. She has worked for the New Jersey Division of Fish evolution at Rutgers University. Dr. Handel is an Aldo and Wildlife Endangered and Nongame Species Program Leopold Leadership Fellow and Certified Senior Ecolo - and has designed ecological restoration protocols for public gist of the Ecological Society of America, a Fellow of the parks. In addition to her restoration activities, she has American Association for the Advancement of Science, taught at the university level in restoration ecology, animal and an Honorary Member of the American Society of behavior, and wildlife conservation. She received a B. S. in Landscape Architects. Prior to being at Rutgers, he was Engineering from the University of Maryland and a Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology and Director of the Marsh in Ecology and Evolution from Rutgers University. Ecological Restoration Vol. 29, No. 3, 2011 ISSN 1522-4 74 0 E-ISSN 154 3-4 079 ©2011 by the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. 206 • September 2011 ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION 29:3 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

Editorial Office Changes

Ecological Restoration , Volume 29 (3) – Aug 13, 2011

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eginning with this issue of Ecological Restoration, Botanical Garden at Yale University. He is a member of the the Editorial Office has moved from the Univer - State of New Jersey Invasive Species Council and partici- Bsity of Wisconsin to Rutgers, The State University pates in ecological restoration designs in new public parks of New Jersey. It is housed in the Department of Ecol- throughout the country. He received a B. A. in Biology at ogy, Evolution, and Natural Resources of the School of Columbia College, and a Ph.D. from the Field of Ecology Environmental and Biological Sciences. and Evolution at Cornell University. The new Editor is Steven N. Handel. He has explored The new Managing Editor is Brooke Maslo. She has a pollination, seed dispersal, plant population patterns, and research background in restoring and enhancing wildlife most recently, problems of restoring urban and heavily habitats, with a focus on threatened and endangered coastal degraded lands. He serves as professor of ecology and birds. She has worked for the New Jersey Division of Fish evolution at Rutgers University. Dr. Handel is an Aldo and Wildlife Endangered and Nongame Species Program Leopold Leadership Fellow and Certified Senior Ecolo - and has designed ecological restoration protocols for public gist of the Ecological Society of America, a Fellow of the parks. In addition to her restoration activities, she has American Association for the Advancement of Science, taught at the university level in restoration ecology, animal and an Honorary Member of the American Society of behavior, and wildlife conservation. She received a B. S. in Landscape Architects. Prior to being at Rutgers, he was Engineering from the University of Maryland and a Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology and Director of the Marsh in Ecology and Evolution from Rutgers University. Ecological Restoration Vol. 29, No. 3, 2011 ISSN 1522-4 74 0 E-ISSN 154 3-4 079 ©2011 by the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. 206 • September 2011 ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION 29:3

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