Handbook of ecological restoration. [E-Book] / edited by Martin R. Perrow and Anthony J. Davy. Volume 1, Principles of restoration
Perrow, Martin R., (editor)
Davy, A. J., (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2002
1 online resource (xvi, 444 pages)
englisch
9780521791281
9780521049832
9780511549984
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Table of Contents:
  • Principles of restoration
  • Part 1.
  • The background
  • Introduction and philosophy /
  • Anthony D. Bradshaw
  • 3
  • Rationale for restoration /
  • John Cairns Jr.
  • 10
  • The ecological context : a landscape perspective /
  • Richard J. Hobbs
  • 24
  • The ecological context : a species population perspective /
  • David W. MacDonald, Thomas P. Moorhouse and Jody W. Enck
  • 47
  • The evolutionary context : a species perspective /
  • Alan J. Gray
  • 66
  • Part 2.
  • Manipulation of the physical environment
  • Terrestrial systems /
  • Steve G. Whisenant
  • 83
  • Wetlands and still waters /
  • Jillian C. Labadz, David P. Butcher and Dennis Sinnott
  • 106
  • Running water : fluvial geomorphology and river restoration /
  • Malcolm D. Newson, John Pitlick and David A. Sear
  • 133
  • Part 3.
  • Manipulation of the chemical environment
  • Manipulating the chemical environment of the soil /
  • Robert H. Marrs
  • 155
  • Chemical treatment of water and sediments with special reference to lakes /
  • Martin Sondergaard, Klaus-Dieter Wolter and Wilhelm Ripl
  • 184
  • Atmospheric chemistry /
  • Peter Brimblecombe
  • 206
  • Part 4.
  • Manipulation of the biota
  • Establishment and manipulation of plant populations and communities in terrestrial systems /
  • Anthony J. Davy
  • 223
  • Ecology and management of plants in aquatic ecosystems /
  • Stefan F.B. Weisner and John A. Strand
  • 242
  • Micro-organisms /
  • Michael F. Allen, David A. Jasper and John C. Zak
  • 257
  • Terrestrial invertebrates /
  • Jonathan D. Majer, Karl E.C. Brennan and Lubomir Bisevac
  • 279
  • Aquatic invertebrates /
  • John S. Richardson and Michael J. Jackson
  • 300
  • Fish /
  • Martin R. Perrow, Mark L. Tomlinson and Luis Zambrano
  • Reptiles and amphibians /
  • Carl G. Jones
  • 355
  • Birds /
  • Jose Maria Cardoso da Silva and Peter D. Vickery
  • 376
  • Mammals /
  • David W. MacDonald [and others]
  • 389
  • Part 5.
  • Monitoring and appraisal
  • Monitoring and appraisal /
  • Karen D. Holl and John Cairns, Jr.
  • 411.