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Restoring nature: continuing the conversationAuthor(s): Paul H. Gobster; R. Bruce Hull
Source: Ecological Restoration 19(4):225-226
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionIn the course of our lives we are sometimes confronted by events that jolt us out of our everyday experience. These events can be positive-the birth of a child, a move to a new region or country, the rediscovery of a species thought to be lost from an ecosystem. Such events can also be negative-the death of a loved one, a lost political battle, the bulldozing of a favorite natural area. With some distancing and reflection, these events often produce profound insights. Restoring Nature is an attempt to draw value from one such event, the Chicago restoration controversy.
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CitationGobster, Paul H.; Hull, R. Bruce. 2001. Restoring nature: continuing the conversation. Ecological Restoration 19(4):225-226
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