This issue of Restoration Ecology is part of the thematic series on arid land (dryland) restoration, a collaborative effort between SER and the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR). The arid-lands thematic issues aim to improve capacity to reduce biodiversity and ecosystem loss, alleviate poverty, strengthen social capital, and build more resilient social-ecological systems free of the threat of land degradation and desertification.
The SER Restoration Directory is supported by SER’s business membership and provides a resource to identify and locate environmental restoration leaders in private and public industries.
The SER Conference Library makes nearly 900 presentations from our biennial World Conference. Including talks from the last two conferences, the Conference Library is an ideal place to stay up to date on cutting edge research, learn more about interesting projects, and connect with the global restoration community.
The RRC provides practitioners, researchers, educators, students, and the public with access to a wide variety of resources, publications, and project information from around the world.Read More