We’ve put together a collection of Restoration Ecology’s greatest hits for the journal's Jubilee year. Featured articles run the gamut from discussions of restoration ecology’s role on the international stage to papers about how to actually perform the technical aspects of restoration. The collection shows just how far the science has come since the journal first started in 1993.
In June 2018, we published a special issue of Restoration Ecology - Seed Dispersal and Soil Seed Banks: Promising Sources for Ecological Restoration - with guest editors Péter Török, Aveliina Helm, Kathryn Kiehl, Elise Buisson, and Orsolya Valkó. The special issue has 15 papers from 10 countries, including technical articles and reviews.
Natural regeneration is often overlooked as a cost-effective, nature-based tool for restoration. This information brief outlines recommendations to make natural regeneration an integral component of forest and landscape restoration programs and to enhance its role in achieving large-scale restoration objectives and climate mitigation targets.
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