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Volume 35:4 (December 2017)

Volume 35:3 (September 2017)

Volume 35:2 (June 2017)

Volume 35:1 (March 2017)

Volume 34:4 (December 2016)

Volume 34:3 (September 2016)

Volume 34:2 (June 2016)

Volume 33:4 (December 2015)

Volume 33:3 (September 2015)

Volume 33:2 (June 2015)

Volume 33:1 (March 2015)

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)

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Volume 31:1 (March 2013)

 

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Volume 35:4 (December 2017)

Weed Establishment and Persistence after Water Pipeline Installation and Reclamation in the Mixed Grass Prairie of Western North Dakota
Erin K. Espeland and Lora B. Perkins
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Short-Term Response of Vegetation and the Riparian Bird Community to Dam Removal on the Rogue River, Oregon
Jaime L. Stephens
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Long-term Outcomes of Natural-Process Riparian Restoration on a Regulated River Site: The Rio Grande Albuquerque Overbank Project after 16 Years
Esteban H. Muldavin, Elizabeth R. Milford, Nancy E. Umbreit and Yvonne D. Chauvin
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Volume 35:3 (September 2017)

Stakeholders’ Perceptions of Native Plants and Local Ecotypes in Ecological Restoration
Emily A. Altrichter, Janette R. Thompson and Catherine M. Mabry
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Direct Application of Invasive Species Prioritization: The Spatial Invasive Infestation and Priority Analysis Model
Deborah Stone and Michael Andreu
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Volume 35:2 (June 2017)

Bird Diversity in Actively and Naturally Restored Tropical Forests in an Urban-Agricultural Landscape
Matthew C. Bare and Raymond M. Danner
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Seed Dormancy Break and Germination for Restoration of Three Globally Important Wetland Bulrushes
James E. Marty and Karin M. Kettenring
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Trait Complementarity Enhances Native Plant Restoration in an Invaded Urban Landscape
Lauren M. Hallett, Dylan E. Chapple, Nathan Bickart, Ariel Cherbowsky, Lawrence Fernandez, Cheuk H. Ho, Martin Alexander, Ken Schwab and Katharine N. Suding
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Converting Lawn to Restored Forest on a Midwest College Campus: A Seven Year Assessment of Herbaceous Plant Establishment
Leanna N. DeJong, Micah G. Warners and David P. Warners
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Volume 35:1 (March 2017)

Initial Transplant Size and Microsite Influence Transplant Survivorship and Growth of a Threatened Dune Thistle
Samniqueka J. Halsey, Timothy J. Bell and Marlin Bowles
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Volume 34:4 (December 2016)

Social and Biophysical Context Influences County-level Support for Collaborative Watershed Restoration: Case Study of the Sacramento River, CA, USA
Suzanne Langridge
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Landscape Factors and Restoration Practices Associated with Initial Reforestation Success in Haiti
Starry D. Sprenkle-Hyppolite, Andrew M. Latimer, Truman P. Young and Kevin J. Rice
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Volume 34:3 (September 2016)

Soil Inoculation with Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Promotes the Growth of Boreal Plant Communities in Gold Mine Overburden
Sean B. Rapai, Shelley Hunt, Luke D. Bainard, Marie-Hélène Turgeon and Steven G. Newmaster
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Predicting Treatment Longevity after Successive Conifer Removals in Sierra Nevada Aspen Restoration
John-Pascal Berrill, Christa M. Dagley and Stephanie A. Coppeto
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Volume 34:2 (June 2016)

Fungal Communities Associated with Sea Oats Seeds Harvested from Sand Beaches and Seed Production Nurseries
Pheonah Nabukalu and Carrie A. Knott
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Sedge/Grass Meadow Restoration on Former Agricultural Lands along a Lake Ontario Drowned-River-Mouth Tributary
Douglas A. Wilcox and Alexander J. Healy
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Volume 33:4 (December 2015)

Editorial: On a Woodland Sedge, Steven N. Handel

 

Prioritizing Wetland Restoration Sites: A Review and Application to a Large-Scale Coastal Restoration Program
Daniel Consorte Widis, Todd K. BenDor and Michael Deegan
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Is Information Enough? The Effects of Watershed Approaches and Planning on Targeting Ecosystem Restoration Sites
Sierra C. Woodruff and Todd K. BenDor
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Volume 33:3 (September 2015)

Editorial: Not so novel ecosystems, Steven N. Handel

 

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Can Non-Native Species Explain Patterns of Convergence and Deviation in Regenerating Coastal Dune Forest?
Matthew Grainger and Rudi van Aarde
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Effects of Oak-hickory Woodland Restoration Treatments on Native Groundcover Vegetation and the Invasive Grass, Microstegium vimineum
J. Stephen Brewer, Matthew J. Abbott, and Sean A. Moyer
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Open Access iconCommunity Involvement to Address a Long-standing Invasive Species Problem: Aspects of Civic Ecology in Practice
Rebecca W. Dolan, Kelly A. Harris, and Mark Adler

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Volume 33:2 (June 2015)

Editorial: Velocity of Climate Change and of Restoration Action: Collision Course?, Steven N. Handel

 

Cost-Estimation for Landscape-Scale Restoration Planning in the Upper Midwest, U.S.
Laura Phillips-Mao, Jodi M. Refsland and Susan M. Galatowitsch
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Using Known Occurrences to Model Suitable Habitat for a Rare Forest Type in West Virginia Under Select Climate Change Scenarios
Nathan R. Beane and James S. Rentch
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Open Access iconInitial Plant Growth in Sand Mine Spoil Amended with Organic Materials
Todd A. Aschenbach, Mitchell Poling

 

 

 

Volume 33:1 (March 2015)

Editorial: Jump-Starting The Habitat Engine, Steven N. Handel

 

RESTORATION NOTE:

Root Growth Responses to Soil Amendment in an Urban Brownfield
Frank J. Gallagher
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Open Access icon Maximizing Natural Trembling Aspen Seedling Establishment on a Reclaimed Boreal Oil Sands Site
Bradley D. Pinno and Ruth C. Errington

 

 

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Volume 32:4 (December 2014)

Editorial: Marriage Therapy for Ecologists and Landscape Architects, Steven N. Handel

 

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
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Incrementally Rich Seeding Treatments in Tallgrass Prairie Restoration
Jon K. Piper
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Historical Open Forest Ecosystems in the Missouri Ozarks: Reconstruction and
Restoration Targets

Brice B. Hanberry, D. Todd Jones-Farrand and John M. Kabrick
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Recruitment Enhancement as an Indicator of Oyster Restoration Success in Chesapeake Bay
David M. Schulte and Russell P. Burke
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Restoration of Wetland and Prairie on Farmland in the Former Great Black Swamp of Ohio, U.S.A.
Christian F. Lenhart and Peter C. Lenhart
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Volume 32:3 (September 2014)

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
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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)

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)

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
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Volume 31:4 (December 2013)

Editorial: Shelter From the Storm, Steven N. Handel

 

 

Volume 31:3 (September 2013)

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

 

Open Access iconAmending 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)

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

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

 

 

Volume 31:1 (March 2013)

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

 

 

 

 

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Volume 30:4 (December 2012)

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

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

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

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

 

Open Access icon Special Color Insert for Volume 30:4

Includes color art from articles by the following sets of authors:

Apfelbaum, Rock, and Zoli

Balmori and Skelly

Rosenberg and Justewicz

Berkers, Torsing, Knuijt, and Jansen

 

 

Volume 30:3 (September 2012)

Errata

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

 

 

Volume 30:2 (June 2012)

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

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

Editorial: Connecting Communities for Ecological Restoration, Jim Hallett

 

 

Volume 30:1 (March 2012)

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

Errata (on page 2)

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

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

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

 

 

 

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Volume 29:4 (December 2011)

Editorial: Perspectives, Steve Whisenant

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

 

 

Volume 29:3 (September 2011)

Editorial: Past, Present, Future, Steven N. Handel

Editorial Office Changes

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)

Editorial: Progress with Restoration: Our Widening Scope, Jim Harris

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

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
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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 (September 2010)
Editorial: Oil and Other Pressing Matters, Mrill Ingram

Editorial: Dealing with Disaster, Jim Harris

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
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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 28:2 (June 2010)
Editorial: Vital Signs, Mrill Ingram

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

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

 

 

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

Editorial: Restoration in the City, Jim Harris

 

An Assessment of Urban Lakeshore Restorations in Minnesota
Dana A. Vanderbosch and Susan M. Galatowitsch
Appendix
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Volume 27:4 (December 2009)
Editorial: Well-Rooted Individuals, Mrill Ingram

Editorial: A View from Down Under, Jim Harris

 

 

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

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)
Editorial: Where Restoration Emerged: A Gem of a Reserve Celebrates Its Diamond Anniversary, Joy B. Zedler

Editorial: A Brave New World, George Gann

 

 

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

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

 Editorial: Adaptation in Transition, George Gann

 

Ten Years of Ecological Restoration on a Texas Hill Country Site
David Davidson and Patricia Davidson
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Volume 26:3 (September 2008)
 Editorial: Urban Ecological Restoration, Mrill Ingram

 Editorial: Heads in the Sand, George Gann

 

Open Access iconThe Contribution of the Latin American and Caribbean Community to a Global Restoration Action
Francisco A. Comín
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Volume 26:2 (June 2008)
 Editorial: Opportunities Found In a Worm Hole, Mrill Ingram

 Editorial: Acting Outside of the Box, George Gann

 

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

 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
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Open Access iconCalled to Action: Environmental Restoration by Artists
Lillian Ball

 

 

 

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Volume 25:4 (December 2007)

Editorial: Climate Change, One Project at a Time, Mrill Ingram

Editorial: Giant Strides, George Gann

 

Volume 25:3 (September 2007)

Editorial: Is Sciencey A Word?, Mrill Ingram

Editorial: In The Year …, Keith Bowers

 

Volume 25:2 (June 2007)

Editorial: Weaving Things Together, Mrill Ingram

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

 

Volume 25:1 (March 2007)

Guest Editorial: Starting Up—A Reminiscence, William R. Jordan III

Editorial: Restoring Our Future, Keith Bowers

 

 

 

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Volume 24:4 (December 2006)

 Editorial: Authentic Ecological Restoration, Dave Egan

 

Volume 24:3 (September 2006)

 Editorial: Switchgrass: Your Next Home Heating Fuel?, Dave Egan

 

Volume 24:2 (June 2006)

 Editorial: A Union of Communities, Dave Egan

 

Volume 24:1 (March 2006)

Editorial: Putting a Price on Natural Capital, Dave Egan

 

 

 

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Volume 23:4 (December 2005)

Editorial: Taking on the Storm, Dave Egan

 

Volume 23:3 (September 2005)

Editorial: R8: Restoration Aid to Africa, Dave Egan

 

Volume 23:2 (June 2005)

Editorial: Restoring Rapa Nui: The Navel of the Earth, Dave Egan

 

Volume 23:1 (March 2005)

Editorial: Establishing a Restoration Narrative, Dave Egan

 

 

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Volume 22:4 (December 2004)

Editorial: The Next Frontier: Restoring the World’s Oceans, Dave Egan


Volume 22:3 (September 2004)

Editorial: Wake Up, We’re Being Green-Washed!, Dave Egan

 

Volume 22:2 (June 2004)

Editorial: Human Population and Ecological Restoration, Dave Egan

 

Volume 22:1 (March 2004)

Editorial: Looking for the Ethical Restorationist, Dave Egan

 

 

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Volume 21:4 (December 2003)

Editorial: The Watermelon in Our Native Plant Garden, Dave Egan

 

Volume 21:3 (September 2003)

Editorial: Ecological Restoration and Sustainable Development, Dave Egan

 

Volume 21:2 (June 2003)

Editorial: The Taxidermist and the Repairman, Dave Egan

 

Volume 21:1 (March 2003)

Editorial: Crisis and Ecological Restoration, Dave Egan

 

 

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Volume 20:4 (December 2002)

Editorial: Resurrection Ecology, Dave Egan

 

Volume 20:3 (September 2002)

Editorial: Standards for Good Ecological Restoration, Dave Egan

 

Volume 20:2 (June 2002)

Editorial: Cultured Ecosystems, Dave Egan

 

Volume 20:1 (March 2002)

Editorial: What are We Afraid Of?, Dave Egan

 

 

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Volume 19:4 (Winter 2001)

Editorial: A New Acid Test for Ecological Restoration, Dave Egan

 

Volume 19:3 (Fall 2001)

Editorial: New Millennium, New Climate: What Role for the Restorationist?, Dave Egan

 

Volume 19:2 (Summer 2001)

Editorial: Beyond Members: Another Level of Community, Dave Egan

 

Volume 19:1 (Spring 2001)

Editorial: Citizen—or Member?, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: Resistance to Restoration, Andre F. Clewell

 

 

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Volume 18:4 (Winter 2000)

Editorial: Ten Thousand Thoreaus, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: Restoring for Natural Authenticity, Andre F. Clewell

 

Volume 18:3 (Fall 2000)

Editorial: The Next American Dream, William R. Jordan III

 

Volume 18:2 (Summer 2000)

Editorial: Barriers—or Bridges?, William R. Jordan III

 

Volume 18:1 (Spring 2000)

Editorial: Marking the Millennium, William R. Jordan III

 

 

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Volume 17:4 (Winter 1999)

Editorial: Nature and Culture, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: Science and Policy, Lynne Trulio

 

Volume 17:3 (Fall 1999)

Editorial: The Prairie and the Pangolin, William R. Jordan III

 

Volume 17:1-2 (Spring/Summer 1999)

Editorial: Wilderness and Community, Continued, William R. Jordan III

Editorial: A New Name, a New Schedule, The Editors

 

 

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Volume 16:2 (Winter 1998)

Editorial: Wilderness and Community, William R. Jordan III

 

Volume 16:1 (Summer 1998)

Editorial: Spider Woman, William R. Jordan III

 

 

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Volume 15:2 (Winter 1997)

Editorial: Appellplatz, William R. Jordan III

 

Volume 15:1 (Summer 1997)

Guest Editorial: Certification for Responsible Restoration, Jim Harris

 

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Volume 14:2 (Summer 1996)

Editorial: The Ambivalence, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: Reissue of Natural Landscaping Classic: Reflections for Today’s Restorationists, Darrel Morrison

 

Volume 14:1 (Summer 1996)

Editorial: The Killing, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: Prescribed.Fire Safety, Bob Stanton

 

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Volume 13:2 (Winter 1995)
Editorial: "Restoration" (The Word)
, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: Chekhov’s Restorationist Manifesto, Alex Turner

 

Volume 13:1 (Summer 1995)

Editorial: Good Restoration, William R. Jordan III

 

 

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Volume 12:2 (Winter 1994)

Editorial: The Nazi Connection, William R. Jordan III

 

Volume 12:1 (Summer 1994)

Editorial: Silphium Redux: A Prairie Vision, William R. Jordan III

 

 

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Volume 11:2 (Winter 1993)

Editorial: Cynegetic Restoration, William R. Jordan III

 

Volume 11:1 (Summer 1993)

Editorial: The Ghosts in the Forest, William R. Jordan III

 

 

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Volume 10:2 (Winter 1992)

Editorial: Standing With Nature, William R. Jordan III

 

Volume 10:1 (Summer 1992)

Editorial. Otro Mundo: Restoration, Columbus, and the Search for Eden, William R. Jordan III

 

 

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Volume 9:2 (Winter 1991)

Editorial: A New Paradigm, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial. What’s in a Name? A Californian reflects on mine reclamation in Florida, the definition of restoration and its relationship with other activities, Gail Newton

 

Volume 9:1 (Summer 1991)

Editorial: The Pastoral Experiment, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: Restoring and Re-storying the Landscape, Gary Paul Nabhan

Guest Editorial: Planting Flowers and Assembling Complex Systems, Stuart L. Pimm

 

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Volume 8:2 (Winter 1990)

Editorial. Earthkeeping: A Realization, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: Discovering the Future, Creating the Past: Some Reflections on Restoration, Don Falk

Guest Editorial: No End to Nature, Steve Packard

 

Volume 8:1 (Summer 1990)

Editorial: Two Psychologies, William R. Jordan III

 

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Volume 7:2 (Winter 1989)

Editorial: Restoring the Restorationist, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial. No Free Lunch: Under-reporting of costs is commonplace in the restoration business and can lead to serious problems for everyone concerned, Marylee Guinon

Guest Editorial: Notes toward a Restoration Ethic, Jamie Sayen

 

Volume 7:1 (Summer 1989)

Editorial: Restoration as Realization, William R. Jordan III

 

 

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Volume 6:2 (Winter 1988)

Editorial: Environmental Junkpicking and the American Garden, William R. Jordan III

 

Volume 6:1 (Summer 1988)

Editorial: A New Society, a "Second Precaution," and Restoration as a Strategy for Selling Ecology, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: Beauty and the Restorationist: A Response to Darrel Morrison, Bertin W. Anderson

 

 

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Volume 5:2 (Winter 1987)

Editorial: Preservation, Restoration and a Trip to Mars, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: A National Restoration Association?, John P. Rieger

 

Volume 5:1 (Summer 1987)

Editorial: Restoration and Management as Theater, William R. Jordan III
Guest Editorial: On Aesthetics and Restoration and Management, Darrel Morrison

 

 

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Volume 4:2 (Winter 1986)

Editorial: Restoration and the Dilemma of Human Use, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: Quality Standards for Restoration Projects: One Manager's Experience, Karl D. Smith

Guest Editorial: Researcher Argues Craft Needs Firmer Foundations, William J. Platt

 

Volume 4:1 (Summer 1986)

Editorial: Restoration and the Reentry of Nature, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: Manager Reflects on New Environmental Ethics Program at University of Georgia, Susan P. Bratton and Letter to the Editor, Ron Bowen

 

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Volume 3:2 (Winter 1985)

Editorial: Thoughts on the Acid Test, William R. Jordan III

Exchange: "Restoration" vs. "Habitat Management", Reed F. Noss and Lynn B. Starnes

 

Volume 3:1 (Summer 1985)

Editorial: On the Imitation of Nature, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: The Anti-Management Revolt, Donald Worster

 

 

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Volume 2:2 (Winter 1984)

Editorial: Redwoods, Medieval Cathedrals and a Comment from Henry Thoreau, William R. Jordan III

 

Volume 2:1 (Summer 1984)

Editorial: Thinking about Restoration, William R. Jordan III

Guest Editorial: About Not Knowing Everything, Reed F. Noss

 

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Volume 1:4 (Summer 1983)

Editorial: On Ecosystem Doctoring, William R. Jordan III

Editorial: Summing Up Volume I, William R. Jordan III

 

Volume 1:3 (Winter 1983)

Editorial: Thoughts on Looking Back, William R. Jordan III

Editorial: Please Write, William R. Jordan III, and Letters to the Editor

 

Volume 1:2 (April 1982)

Editorial: Going Ahead: R&MN 1:2, William R. Jordan III, and Letters to the Editor

 

Volume 1:1 (June 1981)

Editorial: Restoration and Management Notes: A Beginning, William R. Jordan III

 

 

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