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Remote sensing of biosphere functioning

Richard J. Hobbs, Harold A. Mooney - Nature - 1990 - 312 pages
With the development of remote sensing technology, it will soon become possible to make truly global assessments of the Earth's changing structural and functional properties ...
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Repairing a damaged world: an outline for ecological restoration

Denis A. Saunders, Richard J. Hobbs, Paul R. Ehrlich - Nature - 1993 - 15 pages
A companion booklet to 'Reconstruction of Fragmented Ecosystems', which is supplied free of charge with the parent volume or is available for separate purchase.
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Key Topics in Landscape Ecology

Jianguo Wu, Richard J. Hobbs - Nature - 2007
Landscape ecology is a relatively new area of study, which aims to understand the pattern of interaction of biological and cultural communities within a landscape. This book ...
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Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order

Richard J. Hobbs, Eric S. Higgs, Carol Hall - Nature - 2013 - 384 pages
Land conversion, climate change and species invasions are contributing to the widespread emergence of novel ecosystems, which demand a shift in how we think about traditional ...
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Biodiversity of mediterranean ecosystems in Australia

Richard J. Hobbs - Nature - 1992 - 246 pages
Collection of papers written following a workshop on the ecosystem function of biodiversity in Mediterranean ecosystems of Australia, held by the CSIRO in Perth in December ...
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Assembly Rules and Restoration Ecology: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and ...

Vicky M. Temperton, Richard J. Hobbs, Tim Nuttle, Stefan Halle - Nature - 2013 - 464 pages
Understanding how ecosystems are assembled -- how the species that make up a particular biological community arrive in an area, survive, and interact with other species -- is ...
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New Models for Ecosystem Dynamics and Restoration

Richard J. Hobbs, Katharine N. Suding, Peter Society for Ecological Restoration International - Science - 2013 - 366 pages
As scientific understanding about ecological processes has grown, the idea that ecosystem dynamics are complex, nonlinear, and often unpredictable has gained prominence. Of ...
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Science and Policy in Natural Resource Management: Understanding System ...

Helen E. Allison, Richard J. Hobbs - Nature - 2006
This book was first published in 2006. Despite many well-intentioned policies and changes to management practices, the world's natural resources continue to decline. The roles ...
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Linking Restoration and Ecological Succession

Lawrence R. Walker, Joe Walker, Richard J. Hobbs - Science - 2007 - 202 pages
While studies of restoration and ecological succession have been published independently, there is much overlap between these approaches that has not been adequately explored ...
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