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Rejoining habitat remnants: restoration of degraded tropical landscapesAuthor(s): David Lamb; John A. Parrotta; Rodney Keenan; Nigel I.J. Tucker
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CitationLamb, David.; Parrotta, John A.; Keenan, Rodney; Tucker, Nigel I.J. 1997. Rejoining habitat remnants: restoration of degraded tropical landscapes. In: Laurence, W.F. and Bierregaard, R.O. Jr. (eds.) Tropical Forest Remnants: Ecology, Management and Conservation of Fragmented Communities. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL. pp. 366-385.
Keywordstropical forest, restoration, landscape ecology, natural regeneration, management, silviculture, natural regeneration, Australia, Puerto Rico
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