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As the human impact on the earth leads to ever increasing environmental degradation, the restoration of dwindling populations of numerous plant and animal species is becoming ever more important. In this unique volume, the political, biological and experimental procedures affecting the restoration of natural populations are examined using a range of case studies.

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‘… this book makes a first class contribution to the subject … the fact that it brings together science, practice, planning and politics will ensure it becomes the success it deserves to be. It will be of value to many groups of people from students to academics and from planners to practitioners.’

Source: Annals of Botany

‘… it contributes a great deal … restorationists will find it a valuable tool for their work.’

Luke Hunter Source: South African Journal of Zoology

‘… well constructed and well presented … of relevance on a worldwide scale.’

Source: Journal of Applied Ecology

‘… a valuable contribution to restoration ecology, and a valuable source of ideas, case histories and references.’

Source: Journal of Ecology

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