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Ecological Restoration Research Guide   Tags: environment, environmental management, environmental science  

Last Updated: Feb 3, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Searching and Writing

Use the following resources to help you research and write your paper:


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If you want to refresh you research skills, check out Begin Your Research tutorial. 


This research guide covers

1) sources of literature on ecological restoration and restoration ecology,

2) strategies on searching for this literature, and

3) key reference sources for identifying this literature.

The literature covering the theory and science of restoration ecology and the principles and practices of ecological restoration is scattered in a variety of publications across many disciplines. These publications include scholarly articles, books and project reports. For additional information on scientific literature in general see the Literature of Science research guide.


Societies and Organizations

Listed below are a few of the prominent societies and organizations involved in restoration. In addition check the Internet guides that often maintain more extensive lists of societies and organizations.


Content Attribution

Some of the content of this guide was created in another format by Robert Sathrum, HSU Librarian, retired 06/2013. 


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