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A General Framework for Ecological Restoration in Changing Climate

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J. Boone Kauffman , USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Director Intstitute of Pacific Islands Forestry

 

About This Presentation

Running time: 29 minutes and 36 seconds.
Production by: M.J. Furniss and J. Guntle, Communications and Applications, PNW and PSW Research Stations

Topics covered:

  • A General Framework for Ecological Restoration in a Changing Climate
  • Yap, FSM
  • Biological Diversity in Global Context
  • Utah
  • Hell's Canyon Idaho
  • Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
  • White Clouds Idaho
  • Linkages from the Forest to the Stream
  • Biological Diversity
  • Effects of Land Use on Biological Diversity
  • Vegetation and Insects
  • Aesthetics
  • Why Restore and Protect Biological Diversity?
  • E.O. Wilson Quote
  • Badlands of Guam
  • Poor Land Use
  • Northeast Oregon
  • Kahoolawe Island, Hawaii
  • Threatened Species
  • A History of Change
  • Aldo Leopold
  • Ecological Restoration
  • Causes of Watershed Degradation
  • Symptoms of Degradation
  • Global Climate Change
  • Mangroves
  • Effects of Climate Change
  • What is Restoration
  • The Resources at Risk
  • Cogs and Wheels in Ecological Restoration
  • Ecosystem Structure and Function
  • Altered Structure and Function
  • Restored Structure and Function
  • Simplified Approach
  • Passive Restoration
  • Secondary Forest-PNSR
  • Mud Springs Creek- OR
  • Hakalau NWR, Hawaii
  • Active Restoration
  • Kona Coast
  • Examples of Restoration Approaches for the Pacific
  • Hakalau NWR, Hawaii
  • Overcoming barriers to restoration of Pacific Forests
  • Misinterpretation of Ecosystem Needs
  • What are some Misinterpretations?
  • Mark Twain
  • Desired Characteristics of Species to be used for restoration
  • Why the focus on native species?
  • Potential native trees for savanna reforestation
  • Preservation


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