2005

Forest Restoration in Landscapes

Beyond Planting Trees

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ISBN: 978-0-387-25525-5 (Print) 978-0-387-29112-3 (Online)

Table of contents (59 chapters)

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  1. Toward a Wider Perspective in Forest Restoration

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      Forest Landscape Restoration in Context

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      Pages 8-13

      Overview of Forest Restoration Strategies and Terms

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      Pages 17-21

      Impact of Forest Loss and Degradation on Biodiversity

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      Pages 22-30

      The Impacts of Degradation and Forest Loss on Human Well-Being and Its Social and Political Relevance for Restoration

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      Pages 31-37

      Restoring Forest Landscapes in the Face of Climate Change

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      Restoration as a Strategy to Contribute to Ecoregion Visions

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      Pages 51-58

      Why Do We Need to Consider Restoration in a Landscape Context?

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      Pages 59-64

      Addressing Trade-Offs in Forest Landscape Restoration

  2. Key Preparatory Steps Toward Restoring Forests Within a Landscape Context

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      Pages 65-70

      An Attempt to Develop a Framework for Restoration Planning

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      Pages 73-77

      Assessing and Addressing Threats in Restoration Programmes

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      Pages 78-83

      Perverse Policy Incentives

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      Pages 84-93

      Land Ownership and Forest Restoration

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      Pages 94-100

      Challenges for Forest Landscape Restoration Based on WWF’s Experience to Date

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      Pages 101-108

      Goals and Targets of Forest Landscape Restoration

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      Pages 109-114

      Identifying and Using Reference Landscapes for Restoration

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      Pages 115-120

      Mapping and Modelling as Tools to Set Targets, Identify Opportunities, and Measure Progress

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      Pages 121-125

      Policy Interventions for Forest Landscape Restoration

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      Pages 126-135

      Negotiations and Conflict Management

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      Pages 136-144

      Practical Interventions that Will Support Restoration in Broad-Scale Conservation Based on WWF Experiences

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      Pages 145-149

      Monitoring Forest Restoration Projects in the Context of an Adaptive Management Cycle

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