Table of contents for Restoration ecology : the new frontier / Jelte van Andel and James Aronson (editors).

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List of contributors
Part 1Introduction to restoration ecology
1Ecological restoration as a project for global society
Jim A. Harris and Rudy van Diggelen
2Concepts in restoration ecology
Jelte van Andel and Ab P. Grootjans
Part 2Ecological foundations
3Landscape: spatial interactions
Rudy van Diggelen
4Ecosystems: trophic interactions
Jelte van Andel
5Communities: interspecific interactions
Jelte van Andel
6Populations: intraspecific interactions
Jelte van Andel
7Populations: re-introductions
Sipke E. van Wieren
Part 3Restoration perspectives
8Restoration of dry grasslands and heathlands
Jan P. Bakker and Rudy van Diggelen
9Restoration of mires and wet grasslands
Ab P. Grootjans, Rudy van Diggelen and Jan P. Bakker
10Restoration of forests
Anton Fischer and Holger Fischer
11Restoration of rivers and floodplains
Jenny Mant and Martin Janes
12Restoration of freshwater lakes
Ramesh D. Gulati and Ellen van Donk
13Restoration of intertidal flats and tidal salt marshes
Jan P. Bakker and Theunis Piersma
14Restoration of Mediterranean woodlands
Ramón Vallejo, James Aronson, Juli G. Pausas and Jordi Cortina
15Restoration of alpine ecosystems
Bernhard Krautzer and Helmut Wittmann
Part 4Challenges for the future
16Challenges for ecological theory
James Aronson and Jelte van Andel
17Challenges for the practice of ecological restoration
James Aronson and Ramón Vallejo 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Restoration ecology.