Restoration in a Landscape Context

Principal Investigators:

Karen Holl, Elizabeth E. Crone, and Cheryl B. Schultz

Current restoration activities often focus narrowly on sites actively being restored. The success of these restorations, however, will often depend on their position in the landscape, relative to the condition, land use, and community composition of land in the surrounding area. Restoration ecologists have often discussed landscape-level processes in general. Nonetheless, theory has rarely led to recommendations that are put to use on the ground. We propose to address the process of the exchange of information from academic theory to applied... more

Participants and Meetings

Working Group Participants
ActivityDatesFurther Information
Working Group19th—26th February 2000Participant List  
Working Group30th July—5th August 2000Participant List  
Working Group30th December 2001—4th January 2002Participant List  
Working Group19th—23rd August 2002Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

Elizabeth E. Croneelizabeth.crone@tufts.eduUniversity of Calgary
Karen Hollkholl@ucsc.eduUniversity of California, Santa Cruz
Cheryl B. Schultzschultzc@vancouver.wsu.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara

Products: Publications, Reports, Datasets, Presentations, Visualizations

TypeProducts of NCEAS Research
Presentations Holl, Karen. 2001. Restoring large-scale processes along the Sacramento River, 31 October 2001. Murdoch University, Western Australia.
Journal Article Holl, Karen; Crone, Elizabeth E.; Schultz, Cheryl B. 2003. Landscape restoration: Moving from generalities to methodologies. BioScience. Vol: 53(5). Pages 491-502. (Abstract) (Online version)
Journal Article Schultz, Cheryl B.; Crone, Elizabeth E. 2005. Patch size and connectivity thresholds for butterfly habitat restoration. Conservation Biology. Vol: 19(30). Pages 887-896. (Online version)
"Restoration in a Landscape Context" is project ID: 2620