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Contents List of contributors Foreword Preface 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
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