Efforts to direct the recovery of damaged sites and landscape date back as far as the 1930s. If we fully understood the conditions and controlling variables at restoration sites, we would be better equipped to predict the outcomes of restoration efforts. If there were no constraints, we could merely plant the restoration site and walk away. However

chapter 1|38 pages


chapter 2|50 pages

Developing a framework for restoration

chapter 3|30 pages

Hydrology and substrate

chapter |78 pages


chapter 6|66 pages

Assessment and monitoring

chapter 8|4 pages

Conclusions and future directions