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Recently Received Titles published  in  1990  by  Island  Press.  Th at  book  was  compiled  than  they  are  naturally  regenerating;  thus  restoration  is  from  papers  delivered  at  a  conference  of  the  same  name.  required  to  help  make  up  the  die ff rence.   He  suggests  using  It  has  long  been  on  my  shelf,  and  I  have  referred  to  it  careful  analysis  before  undertaking  restoration,  however.  often.  Forests Forever  is  an  updated  and  expanded  version  His  advice,  consistent  with  the  experience  of  many  restora- of  Understanding Forests,  published  in  1998.  Berger  has  tion  practitioners,  is  to  use  restoration  as  a  tool  to  help  a  written  fiv e  other  books,  including  Restoring the Earth: forest  heal  itself.  In  other  words,  do  not  try  to  do  all  the  How Americans Are Working To Renew Our Environment,  work,  but  do  just  enough  to  provide  successional  processes  first   published  in  1985. with  a  fi ghting  chance.  My  favorite  phrase  for  this  approach  Mr.  Berger  clearly  has  a  long  track  record  as  an  author  is,  “leave  the  heavy  lifting  to  nature  itself.” and  editor  who  has  made  substantial  contributions  to  the  In  a  nod  to  landscape  ecology,  Berger  suggests  that  res- literature  of  ecological  restoration.  Forests Forever  is  http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

Recently Received Titles

Ecological Restoration , Volume 28 (1) – Jun 10, 2010

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University of Wisconsin Press
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1543-4079

Abstract

published  in  1990  by  Island  Press.  Th at  book  was  compiled  than  they  are  naturally  regenerating;  thus  restoration  is  from  papers  delivered  at  a  conference  of  the  same  name.  required  to  help  make  up  the  die ff rence.   He  suggests  using  It  has  long  been  on  my  shelf,  and  I  have  referred  to  it  careful  analysis  before  undertaking  restoration,  however.  often.  Forests Forever  is  an  updated  and  expanded  version  His  advice,  consistent  with  the  experience  of  many  restora- of  Understanding Forests,  published  in  1998.  Berger  has  tion  practitioners,  is  to  use  restoration  as  a  tool  to  help  a  written  fiv e  other  books,  including  Restoring the Earth: forest  heal  itself.  In  other  words,  do  not  try  to  do  all  the  How Americans Are Working To Renew Our Environment,  work,  but  do  just  enough  to  provide  successional  processes  first   published  in  1985. with  a  fi ghting  chance.  My  favorite  phrase  for  this  approach  Mr.  Berger  clearly  has  a  long  track  record  as  an  author  is,  “leave  the  heavy  lifting  to  nature  itself.” and  editor  who  has  made  substantial  contributions  to  the  In  a  nod  to  landscape  ecology,  Berger  suggests  that  res- literature  of  ecological  restoration.  Forests Forever  is 

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Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: Jun 10, 2010

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