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Ecosystem Restoration and Management: Scientific Principles and Concepts\tAuthor(s): Wallace Covington; William A. Niering; Ed Starkey; Joan Walker
Source: W. Covington et al. 1998\t
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionEcosystem restoration in ecosystem management. Ecosystem restoration defined. Naturalness and the evolutionary enviroment. Examples of ecosystem restoration apporaches.
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CitationCovington, Wallace; Niering, William A.; Starkey, Ed; Walker, Joan. 1998. Ecosystem Restoration and Management: Scientific Principles and Concepts\t. W. Covington et al. 1998\t
KeywordsNative species, fire, evolutionary enviroments, ponderosa pine forest, wester hemlock forest, saltmarsh
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