Core Papers

Core Papers
Bradley, BA; Oppenheimer, M; Wilcove, DS. 2009. Climate change and plant invasions: restoration opportunities ahead?. GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY 15 (6): 1511-1521.
de Groot, RS; Alkemade, R; Braat, L; et al. Challenges in integrating the concept of ecosystem services and values in landscape planning, management and decision making ECOLOGICAL COMPLEXITY, 7 (3): 260-272 Sp. Iss. SI SEP 2010
Flitcroft, RL; Dedrick, DC; Smith, CL; et al. Social Infrastructure to Integrate Science and Practice: the Experience of the Long Tom Watershed Council ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY, 14 (2): Art. No. 36 2009
Funk, JL; Cleland, EE; Suding, KN; Zavaleta, ES. Restoration through reassembly: plant traits and invasion resistance. TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION 23 (12):695-703. 2008. 
Harris, JA; Hobbs, RJ; Higgs, E; Aronson, J. 2006. Ecological restoration and global climate change. RESTORATION ECOLOGY 14 (2): 170-176.
Hobbs, R. J., E. Higgs, J. A. Harris. 2009. Novel Ecosystems: Implications for Conservation and Restoration. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 24:599-605.
Holl, KD; Crone, EE; Schultz, CB Landscape restoration: Moving from generalities to methodologies BIOSCIENCE, 53 (5): 491-502 MAY 2003
Jones, HP; Schmitz, OJ Rapid Recovery of Damaged Ecosystems PLoS ONE,  4(5): e5653 MAY 2009.
Palmer, M. A. 2009. Reforming Watershed Restoration: Science in Need of Application and Applications in Need of Science. Estuaries and Coasts 32:1–17.
Palmer, MA; Filoso, S  Restoration of Ecosystem Services for Environmental Markets SCIENCE, 325 (5940): 575-576 JUL 31 2009
Paolisso, M; Dery, N A Cultural Model Assessment of Oyster Restoration Alternatives for the Chesapeake Bay HUMAN ORGANIZATION, 69 (2): 169-179 SUM 2010
Ruiz-Jaen, M. C., and T. M. Aide. 2005. Restoration success: How is it being measured? Restoration Ecology 13:569-577.
Suding, KN; Gross, KL; Houseman, GR Alternative states and positive feedbacks in restoration ecology TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION, 19 (1): 46-53 JAN 2004.
Trowbridge, WB  The role of stochasticity and priority effects in floodplain restoration ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS, 17 (5): 1312-1324 JUL 2007 
Van Geert, A; Van Rossum, F; Triest, L  Do linear landscape elements in farmland act as biological corridors for pollen dispersal? JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY, 98 (1): 178-187 JAN 2010
Wainger, LA; King, DM; Mack, RN; et al. Can the concept of ecosystem services be practically applied to improve natural resource management decisions? ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, 69 (5): 978-987 MAR 15 2010
White, P. S., and J. L. Walker. 1997. Approximating nature's variation: Selecting and using reference information in restoration ecology. Restoration Ecology 5:338-349.