- Here are entered works on the process of returning forests to their original structure, productivity, ecological integrity, and species diversity. Works on the reproduction of forests by natural processes are entered under [Forest regeneration.] Works on the artificial reproduction of forests are entered under [Reforestation.]
- Forest ecosystem restoration
- Forest lands restoration
- Forest landscape restoration
- Forests and forestry--Restoration
- Landscape restoration, Forest
- Restoration of forests
Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Work cat.: Forest restoration in landscapes : beyond planting trees, c2005: p. 3 (Forest landscape restoration is grounded in ecoregion conservation and is defined as a planned process that aims to regain ecological integrity and enhance human well-being in deforested or degraded landscapes)
- found: Forest landscape restoration in Central and Northern Europe, 2005: foreword (to restore multiple forest functions to degraded landscapes) p. 8 (forest landscape restoration focuses on restoring forest functionality that is goods, services, and ecological processes that forests can provide at the landscape level)
- found: OCLC, Dec. 18, 2005 (titles: Global forest restoration; Forest ecosystem restoration; Restoration of forests; Restoration of ponderosa pine forests to presettlement conditions; An assessment of forest restoration in southern Ontario; Draft city forest lands restoration project; Forest and range ecotone restoration in central Montana; Rehabilitation and restoration of degraded forests; Restoring the urban forest ecosystem)
Here are entered works on the process of returning forests to their original structure, productivity, ecological integrity, and species diversity. Works on the reproduction of forests by natural processes are entered under [Forest regeneration.] Works on the artificial reproduction of forests are entered under [Reforestation.]
Notes under [Forest regeneration; Reforestation]
- 2005-12-20: new
- 2006-03-30: revised
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