Step back from the forest and step up to the bonn challenge : how a broad ecological perspective can promote successful landscape restoration

Step back from the forest and step up to the bonn challenge : how a broad ecological perspective can promote successful landscape restoration

Vicky M. Temperton, Nina Buchmann, Elise Buisson, Giselda Durigan, Lukasz Kazmierczak, Michael P. Perring, Michele de Sa Dechoum, Joseph W. Veldman, Gerhard E. Overbeck

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Agradecimentos: We thank Benjamin Delory for commenting on the manuscript and colleagues at Leuphana University for constructive discussions about the topic. Funding was provided by a number of different funding bodies: V.M.T.'s professorship is funded by the State of Lower Saxony and the Volkswagen...

We currently face both an extinction and a biome crisis embedded in a changing climate. Many biodiverse ecosystems are being lost at far higher rates than they are being protected or ecologically restored. At the same time, natural climate solutions offer opportunities to restore biodiversity while...

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Step back from the forest and step up to the bonn challenge : how a broad ecological perspective can promote successful landscape restoration

Vicky M. Temperton, Nina Buchmann, Elise Buisson, Giselda Durigan, Lukasz Kazmierczak, Michael P. Perring, Michele de Sa Dechoum, Joseph W. Veldman, Gerhard E. Overbeck


										

Step back from the forest and step up to the bonn challenge : how a broad ecological perspective can promote successful landscape restoration

Vicky M. Temperton, Nina Buchmann, Elise Buisson, Giselda Durigan, Lukasz Kazmierczak, Michael P. Perring, Michele de Sa Dechoum, Joseph W. Veldman, Gerhard E. Overbeck

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    Restoration ecology

    Vol. 27, no. 4 (July, 2019), p. 705-719