UW Press Journal Covers UW Press Journals Home American Orthoptic Journal Arctic Anthropology Contemporary Literature Ecological Restoration The Journal of Human Resources Land Economics Landscape Journal Luso-Brazilian Review Monatshefte Native Plants Journal SubStance
Home
Advertisting
Customer Service
For Libraries
Subscribe
Subscription Agencies
 

UW Madison

 

American Association of University Presses

 

  Ecological Restoration

View Online Edition
Subscribe Online
Land Management Pkg.
Connecting People & Landscapes
Supplementary Material

Activate Your Subscription
Sign up for email updates

Advertising Rates
Artwork Guidelines
Index/Abstracts
Recommend ER
Submission Guidelines
Useful Links


 

Ecological Restoration Annual Subscription Rates for Volume 31, 2013

Libraries, Government Agencies & Institutions:

    print & online $257
    online only $227

Individuals:

    print & online $68
    online only $58

Business or NGO:  $160

 

Non U.S. Postage (no postage charges for electronic only subscriptions)

Airmail: add $35/yr.
Canadian Subscribers: add 5% GST.


Ecological Restoration Supplementary Material and Open Access articles

The following supplementary materials are freely available. You will need library access or a paid subscription in order to access the associated article.

 

Open Access iconOpen Access articles are indicated
by an Open Access icon.

 

 

Volume 32:4 (December 2014)

Volume 32:3 (September 2014)

Volume 32:2 (June 2014)

Volume 32:1 (March 2014)

Volume 31:4 (December 2013)

Volume 31:3 (September 2013)

Volume 31:2 (June 2013)

Volume 31:1 (March 2013)

Volume 30:4 (December 2012)

Volume 30:3 (September 2012)

Volume 30:2 (June 2012)

Volume 30:1 (March 2012)

Volume 29:4 (December 2011)

Volume 29:3 (September 2011)

Volume 29:1/2 (March 2011)

Volume 28:4 (December 2010)

Volume 28:3 (September 2010)

Volume 28:2 (June 2010)

Volume 28:1 (March 2010)

Volume 27:4 (December 2009)

Volume 27:3 (September 2009)

Volume 27:2 (June 2009)

Volume 27:1 (March 2009)

Volume 26:4 (December 2008)

Volume 26:3 (September 2008)

Volume 26:2 (June 2008)

Volume 26:1 (March 2008)

Volume 25:4 (December 2007)

Volume 25:3 (September 2007)

Volume 25:2 (June 2007)

Volume 25:1 (March 2007)

Volume 24:4 (December 2006)

Volume 24:3 (September 2006)

Volume 24:2 (June 2006)

Volume 24:1 (March 2006)

 

 

 



 

Volume 32:4 (December 2014)

Determining Abiotic and Biotic Factors that Limit Transplanted Nothofagus pumilio Seedling Success in Abandoned Beaver Meadows in Tierra del Fuego
Jonathan J. Henn, Christopher B. Anderson, Gaston Kreps, María Vanessa Lencinas, Rosina Soler and Guillermo Martínez Pastur
Click here for Supplemental Table

 

Incrementally Rich Seeding Treatments in Tallgrass Prairie Restoration
Jon K. Piper
Click here for Supplemental Table

 

Historical Open Forest Ecosystems in the Missouri Ozarks: Reconstruction and
Restoration Targets
Brice B. Hanberry, D. Todd Jones-Farrand and John M. Kabrick
Click here for Supplemental Table

 

Recruitment Enhancement as an Indicator of Oyster Restoration Success in Chesapeake Bay
David M. Schulte and Russell P. Burke
Click here for Supplemental Table

 

Restoration of Glacial Beach Ridge and Lake Plain Communities on Farmland in the Former
Great Black Swamp of Ohio, U.S.A.
Christian F. Lenhart and Peter C. Lenhart
Click here for Supplemental Table

 

 

Volume 32:3 (September 2014)

Open Access icon Editorial: The Changing Pursuit of Happiness, Steven N. Handel

 

Ditch Restoration in a Large Northern Michigan Fen: Vegetation Response and Basic Porewater Chemistry
James A. Bess, Rodney A. Chimner and Laura C. Kangas
Click here for Supplemental Tables

 

Open Access icon Native Plant Establishment Success Influenced by Spotted Knapweed (Centaurea stoebe) Control Method
Laurelin M. Martin, Neil W. MacDonald and Tami E. Brown

 

 

Volume 32:2 (March 2014)

Open Access icon Editorial: Singles Ad: Short 6-legged Go-getter Seeks 2-legged Restoration Partner for Long-term Relationship, Steven N. Handel

 

 

Volume 32:1 (March 2014)

Open Access icon Editorial: Good Fences Make Good Neighbors?, Steven N. Handel

 

Soft Shell Clams (Mya arenaria) Contribute to Macroalgal Blooms in a Partially-restored Gulf of Maine Back-barrier Lagoon
Rachel K. Thiet, Stephen M. Smith, Victoria Rubino, Rebecca Clark, Krista Lee, and Judith Oset
Click here for Supplemental Table and Figures

 

 

 

Return to top

 


 

Volume 31:4 (December 2013)

Open Access icon Editorial: Shelter From the Storm, Steven N. Handel

 

 

Volume 31:3 (September 2013)

Open Access icon Editorial: Giant Clam Shells, the Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis, and a Big Box of Markers, Steven N. Handel

 

Open Access icon Amending Soil with Mulched European Buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica) Does Not Reduce Reinvasion
Basil V. Iannone III, Lauren G. Umek, Liam Heneghan and David H. Wise

 

 

Volume 31:2 (June 2013)

Open Access icon Was van Gogh a Plant Ecologist?, Steven N. Handel

Open Access icon Special Issue: Status and Challenges of Grassland Restoration in the United States, Myla F.J. Aronson

 

 

Volume 31:1 (March 2013)

Open Access icon Editorial: I Want Your Vote: The Real Campaign Continues, Steven N. Handel

 

 

 

 

Return to top

 


 

Volume 30:4 (December 2012)

Open Access icon Special Issue: Design Approaches to Ecological Restoration, Nina-Marie E. Lister and Paul Beier

Open Access icon Editorial: Links and Winks—The Design of Ecological Corridors, Steven N. Handel

Open Access icon Editorial: Reestablishing a Healthy and Resilient North America—Linking Ecological Restoration with Continental Habitat Connectivity, Keith Bowers and Margo McKnight

Open Access icon Setting the Stage—Agency Support for Restoring Corridors, Gregory E. Eckert

 

Open Access icon Special Color Insert for Volume 30:4
Apfelbaum, Rock, and Zoli
Balmori and Skelly
Rosenberg and Justewicz
Berkers, Torsing, Knuijt, and Jansen

 

 

Volume 30:3 (September 2012)

Open Access icon Errata

Open Access icon Editorial: Little Things Mean a Lot, Steven N. Handel

 

 

Volume 30:2 (June 2012)

Open Access icon Editorial: Ecological Beauty, In the Eye of the Beholder, Steven N. Handel

Open Access icon Editorial: The New European Biodiversity Strategy: A Challenge to the Restoration Community!, Kris Decleer

Open Access icon Editorial: Connecting Communities for Ecological Restoration, Jim Hallett

 

 

Volume 30:1 (March 2012)

Open Access icon Editorial: 4th World Conference on Ecological Restoration, Steve Whisenant

Open Access icon Errata (on page 2)

Open Access icon Editorial: The Red Queens of Restoration, Steven N. Handel

Open Access icon Announcement: SER2011 Call to Action: Message from the 4th World Conference on Ecological Restoration to the Convention on Biological Diversity

Open Access icon Letter to the Editor: Comments on A Multiscale Approach to Seagrass Recovery in Tampa Bay, Florida Greening et al. 2011—Ecological Restoration 29(1–2): 82–93., Robin R. Lewis

 

Open Access icon Initial Plant Growth in Sand Mine Spoil Amended with Peat Moss and Fertilizer Under Greenhouse Conditions: Potential Species for Use in Reclamation
Todd A. Aschenbach, Elizabeth Brandt, Melissa Buzzard, Ryan Hargreaves, Thomas Schmidt, and Amanda Zwagerman

 

 

Return to top

 


 

Volume 29:4 (December 2011)

Open Access icon Editorial: Perspectives, Steve Whisenant

Open Access icon Editorial: A Seed Op-Ed, Steven N. Handel

 

 

Volume 29:3 (September 2011)

Open Access icon Editorial: Past, Present, Future, Steven N. Handel

Open Access icon Editorial Office Changes

Open Access icon Editorial: The Society for Ecological Restoration, Steve Whisenant

 

Open Access icon Converting Riparian Restoration Waste to Energy: Testing Tamarisk (Tamarix spp.) Woody Biomass as Fuel for Downdraft Gasification
Jamie Nielsen, James Diebold, Tillie Walton, Michael Boyle and Robb Walt

 

 

Volume 29:1/2 (March 2011)

Open Access icon Editorial: Progress with Restoration: Our Widening Scope, Jim Harris

Open Access icon Guest Editorial: Protection and Restoration: Are We Having an Effect?, Katherine A. McGraw and Ronald M. Thom

 

Multiple Treatment Combinations and Seed Addition Increase Abundance and Diversity of Native Plants in Pacific Northwest Prairies
Amanda G. Stanley, Thomas N. Kaye, and Peter W. Dunwiddie
Click here to view supplementary material

 

An Index of Cumulative Disturbance to River Fish Habitats of the Conterminous United States from Landscape Anthropogenic Activities
Peter C. Esselman, Dana M. Infante, Lizhu Wang, Dayong Wu, Arthur R. Cooper, and William W. Taylor
Click here to view References
Click here to view Ecoregions
Click here to view Intolerant Species

 

 

 

Return to top

 


 

Volume 28:4 (December 2010)
Open Access icon Editorial: Short Goodbye, Long Horizon, Mrill Ingram

Open Access icon Editorial: Rebuilding Our Green Infrastructure, Jim Harris

 

Vegetation Response after Removal of the Invasive Carpobrotus Hybrid Complex in Andalucía, Spain
Jara Andreu, Esperanza Manzano-Piedras, Ignasi Bartomeus, Elías Dana and Montserrat Vilà
Click here to view supplementary material

 

Tamarisk Removal in Grand Canyon National Park: Changing the Native–Non-native Relationship as a Restoration Goal
R. Travis Belote, Lori J. Makarick, Michael J. Kearsley and Chris L. Lauver
Click here to view supplementary material

 

Linking Geomorphological and Ecological Responses in Restored Urban Pool-Riffle Streams
Anne Chin, Frances Gelwick, David Laurencio, Laura R. Laurencio, Morgan S. Byars and Mateo Scoggins
Click here to view supplementary material

 

Restoring Natural Capital in the Tropical Dry Deciduous Forests of the Western Ghats of India
R. Jayakumar, R.C. Pandalai and K.K.N. Nair
Click here to view supplementary material

 

 

Volume 28:3 (September 2010)
Open Access icon Editorial: Oil and Other Pressing Matters, Mrill Ingram

Open Access icon Editorial: Dealing with Disaster, Jim Harris

Open Access icon Guest Editorial: Ecological Restoration in Mexico: The Challenges of a Multicultural Megadiverse Country, Roberto Lindig-Cisneros

 

Biocultural and Ecogastronomic Restoration: The Renewing America's Food Traditions Alliance
Gary Paul Nabhan, DeJa Walker and Alberto Mellado Moreno
Click here to view supplementary material

Prospects for disrupting Rhizome Apical Dominance Prior to Chemical Treatment of Phalaris arundinacea
Craig A. Annen
Click here to view supplementary material

 

Indicators of Recovery in a Tropical Freshwater Marsh Invaded by an African Grass
Hugo López Rosas, Fabiola López-Barrera, Patricia Moreno-Casasola, Gustavo Aguirre-León, Erasmo Cázares-Hernández and Lorena Sánchez-Higueredo
Click here to view supplementary material

 

Plant Propagation and the Ecological Restoration of Mexican Tropical Deciduous Forests
Consuelo Bonfil and Irma Trejo
Click here to view supplementary material

 

Integrating Ecological and Ethnobotanical Priorities into Riparian Restoration
Anastasia E. Allen, Francisco J. Satana-Michel, Claudia Ortiz Arrona and Joy B. Zedler
Click here to view supplementary material

 

 

Volume 28:2 (June 2010)
Open Access icon Editorial: Vital Signs, Mrill Ingram

Open Access icon Editorial: Breaking Out of the Silo: Education across Disciplines in Restoration Ecology, Jim Harris

Open Access icon Guest Editorial: Special Theme Introduction: Education and Outreach in Ecological Restoration, James Aronson

 

 

Volume 28:1 (March 2010)
Open Access icon Editorial: OCBILs, YODFELs, and NENEGOLs, Mrill Ingram

Open Access icon Editorial: Restoration in the City, Jim Harris

 

An Assessment of Urban Lakeshore Restorations in Minnesota
Dana A. Vanderbosch and Susan M. Galatowitsch
Appendix
Click here to view supplementary material

 

 

 

Return to top

 


 

Volume 27:4 (December 2009)
Open Access icon Editorial: Well-Rooted Individuals, Mrill Ingram

Open Access icon Editorial: A View from Down Under, Jim Harris

 

 

Volume 27:3 (September 2009)
Open Access icon Editorial: Practicing Ecological Restoration: Climate Change in Context, Mrill Ingram

Open Access icon Editorial: Restoration in a Changing Climate, Jim Harris

 

Open Access icon Why Climate Change Makes Riparian Restoration More Important than Ever: Recommendations for Practice and Research
Nathaniel E. Seavy, Thomas Gardali, Gregory H. Golet, F. Thomas Griggs, Christine A. Howell, Rodd Kelsey, Stacy L. Small, Joshua H. Viers and James F. Weigand

 

 

Volume 27:2 (June 2009)
Open Access icon Editorial: Where Restoration Emerged: A Gem of a Reserve Celebrates Its Diamond Anniversary, Joy B. Zedler

Open Access iconEditorial: A Brave New World, George Gann

 

 

Volume 27:1 (March 2009)
Open Access icon Editorial: You Don’t Have to Be a Scientist to Do Science, Mrill Ingram

Open Access iconEditorial: The Language(s) of Ecological Restoration, George Gann

Seed Harvesting for Ecological Restoration: Efficiency of Haymaking and Seed-Stripping on Different Grassland Types in the Eastern Italian Alps
Michele Scotton, Lisa Piccinin, Matteo Dainese and Federica Sanein
Appendices
Click here to view supplementary material

 

 

 

Return to top

 


 

Volume 26:4 (December 2008)
Open Access icon Editorial: A Farewell to the Man, But Not His Science, Joy Zedler

Open Access icon Editorial: Adaptation in Transition, George Gann

Ten Years of Ecological Restoration on a Texas Hill Country Site
David Davidson and Patricia Davidson
Click here to view supplementary material

 

 

Volume 26:3 (September 2008)
Open Access icon Editorial: Urban Ecological Restoration, Mrill Ingram

Open Access icon Editorial: Heads in the Sand, George Gann

 

The Contribution of the Latin American and Caribbean Community to a Global Restoration Action
Francisco A. Comín
Click here to view supplementary material

 

 

Volume 26:2 (June 2008)
Open Access icon Editorial: Opportunities Found In a Worm Hole, Mrill Ingram

Open Access icon Editorial: Acting Outside of the Box, George Gann

 

A Lidar Approach to Evapotranspiration Estimation in Riparian Areas (New Mexico), p. 13

W. Eichinger, J. Prueger, D. Cooper, L. Hipps, C. Neale, H. Holder, S. Hanson, and S. Bowser
Click here to view supplementary material

 

 

Volume 26:1 (March 2008)
Open Access icon Editorial: Learning through Doing, Mrill Ingram

Open Access icon Editorial: Survival and Practice, George Gann

 

Evaluating Edaphic Conditions Favoring Reed Canary Grass Invasion in a Restored Native Prairie
Cynthia A. Stiles, Brynn Bemis and Joy B. Zedler
Click here to view supplementary material

 

Called to Action: Environmental Restoration by Artists
Lillian Ball

 

 

 

Return to top

 


 

Volume 25:4 (December 2007)
Open Access icon Editorial: Climate Change, One Project at a Time, Mrill Ingram

Open Access icon Editorial: Giant Strides, George Gann

 

Volume 25:3 (September 2007)
Open Access icon Editorial: Is Sciencey A Word?, Mrill Ingram

Open Access icon Editorial: In The Year …, Keith Bowers

 

Volume 25:2 (June 2007)
Open Access icon Editorial: Weaving Things Together, Mrill Ingram

Open Access icon Editorial: Living in the Present, Searching for the Past, Planning for the Future, Keith Bowers

 

Volume 25:1 (March 2007)
Open Access icon Guest Editorial: Starting Up—A Reminiscence, William R. Jordan III

Open Access icon Editorial: Restoring Our Future, Keith Bowers

 

 

 

Return to top

 


 

Volume 24:4 (December 2006)
Open Access icon Editorial: Authentic Ecological Restoration, Dave Egan

 

Volume 24:3 (September 2006)
Open Access icon Editorial: Switchgrass: Your Next Home Heating Fuel?, Dave Egan

 

Volume 24:2 (June 2006)
Open Access icon Editorial: A Union of Communities, Dave Egan

 

Volume 24:1 (March 2006)
Open Access icon Editorial: Putting a Price on Natural Capital, Dave Egan

 

 

 

Return to top

 

 

American Orthoptic Journal Arctic Anthropology Contemporary Literature Ecological Restoration Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies Land Economics Landscape Journal Luso-Brazilian Review Journal of Human Resources Monatshefte SubStance