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Ecological Restoration Supplementary Material

Beginning with issue 26:1, we have posted supplementary material for selected articles. These supplementary materials are freely available but you must have a paid subscription in order to access the associated article.

Volume 32:1 (2014)
Volume 32:1 (2014)
Volume 30:3 (2012)
Volume 29:1/2 (2011)
Volume 28:4 (2010)
Volume 28:3 (2010)
Volume 28:1 (2010)
Volume 27:1 (2009)
Volume 26:4 (2008)
Volume 26:3 (2008)
Volume 26:2 (2008)
Volume 26:1 (2008)


 

Volume 32:3 (2014)
Ditch Restoration in a Large Northern Michigan Fen: Vegetation Response and Basic Porewater Chemistry
James A. Bess, Rodney A. Chimner and Laura C. Kangas
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Native Plant Establishment Success Influenced by Spotted Knapweed (Centaurea stoebe) Control Method
Laurelin M. Martin, Neil W. MacDonald and Tami E. Brown
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Volume 32:1 (2014)
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
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Volume 30:3 (2012)
Errata

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Volume 29:1-2 (2011)
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
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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
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Click here to view Ecoregions
Click here to view Intolerant Species

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Volume 28:4 (2010)
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
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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
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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
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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
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Volume 28:3 (2010)
Biocultural and Ecogastronomic Restoration: The Renewing America's Food Traditions Alliance
Gary Paul Nabhan, DeJa Walker and Alberto Mellado Moreno
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Prospects for disrupting Rhizome Apical Dominance Prior to Chemical Treatment of Phalaris arundinacea
Craig A. Annen
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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
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Plant Propagation and the Ecological Restoration of Mexican Tropical Deciduous Forests
Consuelo Bonfil and Irma Trejo
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Integrating Ecological and Ethnobotanical Priorities into Riparian Restoration
Anastasia E. Allen, Francisco J. Satana-Michel, Claudia Ortiz Arrona and Joy B. Zedler
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Volume 28:1 (2010)
An Assessment of Urban Lakeshore Restorations in Minnesota
Dana A. Vanderbosch and Susan M. Galatowitsch
Appendix
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Volume 27:1 (2009)
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
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Volume 26:4 (2008)
Ten Years of Ecological Restoration on a Texas Hill Country Site
Appendix
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Volume 26:3 (2008)
The Contribution of the Latin American and Caribbean Community to a Global Restoration Action
Restoration Notes (page 200)
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Volume 26:2 (2008)
A Lidar Approach to Evapotranspiration Estimation in Riparian Areas (New Mexico)
Restoration Notes (page 107)
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Volume 26:1 (2008)
Evaluating Edaphic Conditions Favoring Reed Canary Grass Invasion in a Restored Native Prairie
Cynthia A. Stiles, Brynn Bemis and Joy B. Zedler
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Called to Action: Environmental Restoration by Artists
Lillian Ball
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