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Main Title Assembly rules and restoration ecology : bridging the gap between theory and practice /
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Temperton, Vicky M.
Publisher Island Press,
Year Published 2004
OCLC Number 53483657
ISBN 1559633743; 9781559633741; 1559633751; 9781559633758
Subjects Restoration ecology ; Biotic communities ; Biotop ; Rekultivierung ; Renaturierung--èOkologie ; èOkosystemmanagement ; Ecossistemas (recuperaðcäao) ; Meio ambiente (recuperaðcäao) ; Biotop--(DE-588)4006907-2 ; Rekultivierung--(DE-588)4049348-9 ; Renaturierung (èOkologie)--(DE-588)4679877-8 ; èOkosystemmanagement--(DE-588)7675980-5
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ELBM  QH541.15.R45A88 2004 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 12/10/2012
Collation xv, 439 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
1. Why assembly rules are important to the field of restoration ecology / Vicky M. Temperton, Richard J. Hobbs, Tim J. Nuttle, Marzio Fattorini & Stefan Halle -- Part I: Assembly rules and the search for a conceptual framework for restoration ecology -- 2. Advances in restoration ecology : insights from aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems / Stefan Halle & Marzio Fattorini -- 3. The search for ecological assembly rules and its relevance to restoration ecology / Vicky M. Temperton & Richard J. Hobbs -- 4. Assembly models and the practice of restoration / Julie L. Lockwood & Corey L. Samuels -- Part II: Ecological filters as a form of assembly rule -- 5. Ecological filters, thresholds and gradients in resistance to ecosystem reassembly / Richard J. Hobbs & David A. Norton -- 6. The dynamic environmental filter model : how do filtering effects change in assembling communities after disturbance? / Marzio Fattorini & Stefan Halle -- 7. Beyond ecological filters : feedback networks in the assembly and restoration of community structure / Lisa R. Belyea -- Part III: Assembly rules and community structure -- 8. Self-organization of plankton communities : a test of freshwater restoration / Carmen Rojo -- 9. Functional group interaction patterns across trophic levels in a regenerating and a seminatural grassland / Winfried Voigt & Jorg Perner -- 10. Structure, dynamics and restoration of plant communities : do arbuscular mycorrhizae matter? / Carsten Renker, Martin Zobel, Maarja Opik, Michael F. Allen, Edith B. Allen, Miroslav Vosatka, Jana Rydlova & Francois Buscot -- 11. Modeling of plant community assembly in relation to deterministic and stochastic processes / Gerrit W. Heil -- 12. Application of stable isotopes to investigate food web development in regenerating ecosystems / Jan Rothe and Gerd Gleixner -- Part IV: Assembly rules in severely disturbed environments -- 13. The roles of seed dispersal ability and seedling salt tolerance in community assembly of a severely degraded site / Markus Wagner -- 14. Order of arrival and availability of safe sites : an example of their importance for plant community assembly in stressed ecosystems / Vicky M. Temperton & Kerstin Zirr -- 15. Are assembly rules apparent in the regeneration of a former uranium mining site? / Hartmut Sänger & Gottfried Jetschke -- 16. The role of nutrients and the importance of function in the assembly of ecosystems / Anthony J. Bradshaw -- Part V: Disturbance and assembly -- 17. Disturbance, succession, and community assembly in terrestrial planat communities / Peter S. White & Anke Jentsch -- 18. Disturbance, assembly rules and benthic communities in running waters : a review and some implications for restoration projects / Christoph D. Matthaei, Colin R. Townsend, Chris J. Arbuckle, Kathi A. Peacock, Cornelia Guggelberger, Claudia E. Kèuster, and Harold Huber -- 19. How structure controls assembly in the hyporheic zone of rivers and streams : colmation as a disturbance / Eva-Barbara Meidl & Wilfried Schèonborn -- 20. Assembly rules and ecosystem restoration: where to from here? / Tim Nuttle, Richard J. Hobbs, Vicky M. Temperton, & Stefan Halle. Annotation