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January 12, 2017
Photo: Leonar Solis chajul.
Can natural regeneration play a key role in achieving the goals of tropical forest restoration initiatives? (via Mongabay).
Photo: Margaret Siple, University of Washington
Seagrasses are disappearing at rates that rival those of coral reefs and tropical rainforests, losing as much as 7% of their area each year. Replanting success rates have been unpredictable - but scientists are making new advances that could change that (via Mongabay).
Photo: Rich Pedroncelli, Associated Press
A huge habitat restoration is being planned in the California Delta, and you'd hardly know there are people involved. Brett Milligan argues that humans have to be given their proper role in the process (via News Deeply).
Miller et al. build a framework to close the gap between the needs of restoration practitioners and the outputs of restoration science.
The SER2017 Program Committee is now inviting abstract submissions for oral and poster presentations at the 7th World Conference on Ecological Restoration. The conference will take place August 27 - September 1 2017, in Iguazu Falls, Brazil.
Estefania Fernandez researched vascular epiphyte reintroductions in Costa Rica and discusses her results, published in Restoration Ecology last month (via Missouri Botanical Garden).
This technical manual explores prescribed fire as an important resource management tool (via The Wildlife Society).
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