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Ecological Restoration Annual Subscription Rates for Volume 31, 2013
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The Original Restoration Publication
Edited by Steven N. Handel, Ph.D., Professor and Director Center for Urban Restoration Ecology, Dept. of Ecology, Evolution, & Natural Resources, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Published four times per year
Ecological Restoration is a forum for people interested in all areas of ecological restoration. It features the technical and biological aspects of restoring landscapes, as well as emerging professional issues, the role of education, evolving theories of post-modern humans and their environment, land-use policy, the science of collaboration, and more. The quarterly publication offers peer-reviewed feature articles, short notes, and book reviews as well as abstracts of pertinent work published elsewhere.
"Ecological Restoration was instrumental in awakening restoration in North America, and prospers as an invaluable publication for those whose approach to restoring ecosystems includes ecology, culture and all that goes into making a project successful."—Eric Higgs, author of "Nature By Design"
"Ecological Restoration brings together the two essential components of restoration: science and community. This journal speaks to people and the process of making restoration happen as well as the monitoring and research that underpin it."—Leslie Sauer, author of "The Once and Future Forest"
The Design of Ecological Corridors, Ecological Restoration, vol. 30 #4
Restoration in Mexico, Ecological Restoration, vol. 28 #3
Education and Outreach in Ecological Restoration, Ecological Restoration, vol. 28 #2
Climate Change and Restoration, Ecological Restoration, vol. 27 #3
Urban Ecological Restoration, Ecological Restoration, vol. 26#3
Call for Papers
Ecological Restoration would like to foster closer links with the design community, including landscape architects. The editor, Steven Handel, is looking for landscape architects to write about their projects for the journal. Click here to read the notice as published in Landscape Architecture Magazine, December 2011. For more information, or to propose an article, contact the editorial staff at ERjournal@aesop.rutgers.edu.
Errata, Ecological Restoration Volume 30 #3
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New special collection from Ecological Restoration
From the beginning of the movement to restore natural places, the journal Ecological Restoration has published the writings of people who make restoration happen. This booklet, Connecting People and Landscapes, contains a selection of articles published in Ecological Restoration since its founding in 1981, which reflect on the importance of human relationships to place in the process of restoration. With science, art, engineering, and spirit, people are constructing positive and diverse connections to restored environments in cities, prairies, forests, and beyond.
For more information, please click here: Connecting People and Landscapes
Available on Project MUSE
Back Issues—Complete Back Content Now Online
The University of Wisconsin Press is pleased to announce that all back content for Ecological Restoration is available online as part of a paid subscription through er.uwpress.org/. Access is provided with a subscription or may be purchased on a limited term basis for a specific article or issue. Anyone may view TOC's, abstracts, and a free sample issue. Click here to access Ecological Restoration.
Made possible in part by a gift provided by the Society for Ecological Restoration International in memory of Katherine Louise Schuetz Jordan and William R. Jordan, Jr.
Printed back issues may be purchased from the University of Wisconsin Press for $21 each for US addresses, $31 for international addresses. Call (608) 263-0668, or email email@example.com to check current availability. For single copies of specific articles, click here.