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Novel ecosystems in ecological restoration and rehabilitation

Dr Patrick Audet, David Lamb, Dr Michael Perring

  1. One of the major impediments to developing better restoration strategies is the inadequate documentation of past restoration efforts. In 2008, Greening Australia commenced ecological restoration on the Nurcoung p...

    Authors: Singarayer K Florentine, Jessica Gardner, Friedrich P Graz and Sean Moloney
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:34
  2. The Regent Honeyeater Project commenced ecological restoration in the Lurg district in 1994, with an aim to restore habitats for the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater Anthochaera phrygia and a range of othe...

    Authors: Kristin Monie, Singarayer Florentine and Grant Palmer
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:27
  3. This study depicts broad-scale revegetation patterns following sand mining on North Stradbroke Island, south-eastern Queensland, Australia.

    Authors: Patrick Audet, Amanda Gravina, Vanessa Glenn, Phill McKenna, Helen Vickers, Melina Gillespie and David Mulligan
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:20
  4. An assessment of whether rehabilitated mine sites have resulted in natural or novel ecosystems requires monitoring over considerable periods of time or the use of space-for-time substitution (chronosequence) a...

    Authors: Jonathan D Majer, Brian Heterick, Thomas Gohr, Elliot Hughes, Lewis Mounsher and Andrew Grigg
    Citation: Ecological Processes 2013 2:19