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

  • Sheila O’Connor
  • Nick Salafsky
  • Dan Salzer

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References

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Additional Reading

  1. Brown, R.J., Agee, J.K., and Franklin, J. 2004. Forest restoration and fire: principles in the context of place. Conservation Biology 18(4): 903–912.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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  7. Simberloff, D.J., 1999. Regional and continental restoration. In: Soulé, M.E., and Terborgh, J., eds. Continental Conservation. Island Press, Washington, DC, pp. 65–98.Google Scholar

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  • Sheila O’Connor
  • Nick Salafsky
  • Dan Salzer

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