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Volume 32, Number 3, September 2014

Table of Contents

Editorial

The Changing Pursuit of Happiness

pp. 219-220

Perspective

Wolf Reintroduction: Ecological Management and the Substitution Problem

pp. 221-228

Restoration Notes

Evaluating Effects of Historic Agriculture and Current Restoration Activity on Succession and Plant Diversity in the New Jersey Pine Barrens

pp. 229-231

Soil Amendment Increases Tree Seedling Growth but Reduces Seedling Survival at a Retired Gravel Mine

pp. 231-235

Decisions . . . Decisions . . . How to Source Plant Material for Native Plant Restoration Projects

pp. 236-238

Articles

Does Restored Riparian Habitat Create Ecological Traps for Riparian Birds Through Increased Brown-Headed Cowbird Nest Parasitism?

pp. 239-248

Intra-Floodplain Seed Dispersal Limitation and Wetland Community Restoration

pp. 249-259

Ditch Restoration in a Large Northern Michigan Fen: Vegetation Response and Basic Porewater Chemistry

pp. 260-274

Aggregating Species at Seeding May Increase Initial Diversity during Grassland Reconstruction

pp. 275-281

Native Plant Establishment Success Influenced by Spotted Knapweed (Centaurea stoebe) Control Method

pp. 282-294

Do Habitat and Geographic Distribution Influence Decreased Seed Viability in Remnant Populations of a Keystone Bunchgrass?

pp. 295-305

Restoration Considerations of Large Woody Debris in the Elwha River Nearshore, Olympic Peninsula, Washington

pp. 306-313

Long-Term Urban Park Ecological Restoration: A Case Study of Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York

pp. 314-326

Abstracts, Reviews, and Meetings

pp. 327-334

Book Reviews

Ecological Restoration and Environmental Change: Renewing Damaged Ecosystems by Stuart K. Allison (review)

pp. 335-336

Restoring Paradise: Rethinking and Rebuilding Nature in Hawai’i by Robert J. Cabin (review)

pp. 336-338

American Canopy: Trees, Forests, and the Making of a Nation by Eric Rutkow (review)

pp. 338-339

Recently Received Titles

p. 339

Meetings

pp. 340-341

Research Areas

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