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The journal is a forum for people interested in all areas of ecological restoration. It features the technical and biological aspects of restoring landscapes, as well as emerging professional issues, the role of education, evolving theories of post-modern humans and their environment, land-use policy, the science of collaboration, and more. The quarterly publication offers peer-reviewed feature articles, short notes, and book reviews as well as abstracts of pertinent work published elsewhere.
published byUniversity of Wisconsin Press
viewing issueVolume 35, Number 4, December 2017
Table of Contents
- Regional Genetic Differences in Forest Herbaceous Species
- pp. 291-296
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