Keep ecological restoration open and flexible

Show simple item record Higgs, Eric S. Harris, Jim A. Heger, Tina Hobbs, Richard J. Murphy, Stephen D. Suding, Katharine N. 2018-02-09T15:57:50Z 2018-02-09T15:57:50Z 2018-02-05
dc.identifier.citation Higgs ES, Harris JA, Heger T, Hobbs RJ, Murphy SD, Suding KN, Keep ecological restoration open and flexible, Nature Ecology and Evolution, Available online 5 February 2018 en_UK
dc.identifier.issn 2397-334X
dc.description.abstract The stakes are high as investment commitments to ecological restoration intensify1. The ‘international standards’ published by the Society for Ecological Restoration (SER)2 and the adoption of a narrow definition of restoration by the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)3 are indications that restoration is moving away from the open and flexible approach that we believe is needed to address responsible intervention in times of rapid change.
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dc.publisher Nature Publishing Group en_UK
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dc.title Keep ecological restoration open and flexible en_UK
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