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Mutualism ed. by Judith L. Bronstein

Mutualism ed. by Judith L. Bronstein mine reclamation in Florida and suburban restoration in the field, from site preparation (Chapter 5) to planting, in the Mid-Atlantic States. He also teaches ecological establishment, and maintenance (Chapter 6). Site prepa- restoration courses at the University of Pennsylvania ration includes protecting existing assets of value (e.g., and Temple University. wetlands, wildlife and desirable vegetation) during site clearing, but most of the chapter is devoted to managing invasive vegetation and properly preparing soils prior to reforestation. Again, the authors caution that, like plan- ning for the project overall, urban restorationists should devote as much time as possible to managing invasive Mutualism plants before planting begins; if invasives are not reduced Judith L. Bronstein (ed). 2015. Oxford, UK: Oxford to manageable levels before a site is revegetated, control University Press. $125.00 Hardcover. ISBN 978-0-1996- becomes extraordinarily complicated when insufficiently 7565-4. 320 pages. suppressed invasives inevitably resurge among newly Mutualisms are species interactions with reciprocal ben- planted trees and shrubs. Perhaps the greatest wisdom efits for two or more participating species. They are diverse developed from NRG’s experience is that time and bud- in form and function, and key to many important ecologi- geting constraints inevitably ae ff ct site preparation, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

Mutualism ed. by Judith L. Bronstein

Ecological Restoration , Volume 34 (3) – Aug 9, 2016

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University of Wisconsin Press
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Abstract

mine reclamation in Florida and suburban restoration in the field, from site preparation (Chapter 5) to planting, in the Mid-Atlantic States. He also teaches ecological establishment, and maintenance (Chapter 6). Site prepa- restoration courses at the University of Pennsylvania ration includes protecting existing assets of value (e.g., and Temple University. wetlands, wildlife and desirable vegetation) during site clearing, but most of the chapter is devoted to managing invasive vegetation and properly preparing soils prior to reforestation. Again, the authors caution that, like plan- ning for the project overall, urban restorationists should devote as much time as possible to managing invasive Mutualism plants before planting begins; if invasives are not reduced Judith L. Bronstein (ed). 2015. Oxford, UK: Oxford to manageable levels before a site is revegetated, control University Press. $125.00 Hardcover. ISBN 978-0-1996- becomes extraordinarily complicated when insufficiently 7565-4. 320 pages. suppressed invasives inevitably resurge among newly Mutualisms are species interactions with reciprocal ben- planted trees and shrubs. Perhaps the greatest wisdom efits for two or more participating species. They are diverse developed from NRG’s experience is that time and bud- in form and function, and key to many important ecologi- geting constraints inevitably ae ff ct site preparation,

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Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: Aug 9, 2016

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