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Volume 28, Number 3, September 2010

Table of Contents

Oil and Other Pressing Matters

pp. 229-230

Dealing with Disaster

p. 231

Ecological Restoration in Mexico: The Challenges of a Multicultural Megadiverse Country

pp. 232-233

Thinking Like a Forest: On Fire and Oak Woods

pp. 234-235

Restoration Notes

Microbial Community Indicators of Soil Development in Tropical Secondary Forests (Costa Rica)

pp. 236-238

Salt Tolerance of Invasive Phalaris arundinacea Exceeds That of Native Carex stricta (Wisconsin)

pp. 238-240

Riparian Corridor-Channel Restoration and Management in Elm Creek, Minnesota

pp. 240-242

The Stillaguamish Big Trees Project: Watershed-Scale Riparian Restoration (Washington)

pp. 243-245

Mowing and Herbicide of Scrub Oaks in Pine Barrens: Baseline Data (New York)

pp. 245-248

Changes in a Restored Wetland during 18 Years of Management (Ohio)

pp. 248-250

Potential Terrestrial Arthropod Indicators for Tallgrass Prairie Restoration in Iowa

pp. 250-253

Preliminary Habitat Assessment of Floating Oyster (Crassostrea virginica) Gardens (Delaware)

pp. 254-257

Creating Refuges for the Axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum)

pp. 257-259

Tropical Dry Forest Landscape Restoration in Central Veracruz, Mexico

pp. 259-261

Restoring the Vara de Perlilla in La Mesa, Mexico

pp. 262-263

Germination, Emergence, and Survival of Buddleja cordata in an Urban Forest

pp. 263-265


Biocultural and Ecogastronomic Restoration: The Renewing America’s Food Traditions Alliance

pp. 266-279

Comparing Notes

p. 272

Can Restoration Management Improve Habitat for Insect Pollinators in Ponderosa Pine Forests of the American Southwest?

pp. 280-290

Prospects for Disrupting Rhizome Apical Dominance Prior to Chemical Treatment of Phalaris arundinacea

pp. 291-299

Response of Cogongrass to Imazapyr Herbicides on a Reclaimed Phosphate-Mine Site in Central Florida, USA

pp. 300-303

Special Theme: Ecological Restoration in Mexico

Using Oak Characteristics to Guide Fire Regime Restoration in Mexican Pine-Oak and Oak Forests

pp. 304-323

Indicators of Recovery in a Tropical Freshwater Marsh Invaded by an African Grass

pp. 324-332

Conceptual Framework for Mangrove Restoration in the Yucatán Peninsula

pp. 333-342

Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation of a Mexico City Wetland Restoration Effort

pp. 343-353

Forest Restoration in Lagunas de Montebello National Park, Chiapas, Mexico

pp. 354-360

Agroforestry Systems: Restoration of Semiarid Zones in the Tehuacán Valley, Central Mexico

pp. 361-368

Plant Propagation and the Ecological Restoration of Mexican Tropical Deciduous Forests

pp. 369-376

Integrating Ecological and Ethnobotanical Priorities into Riparian Restoration

pp. 377-388



pp. 389-395

Book Reviews

Cheatgrass: Fire and Forage on the Range (review)

pp. 395-397

A New Plateau: Sustaining the Lands and Peoples of Canyon Country (review)

pp. 397-399

Books Received

Recently Received Titles

pp. 399-400

Web Reviews

Web Reviews

pp. 401-402



p. 402

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