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Editors: Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues (Univ. de São Paulo, Brazil), Sebastião Venâncio Martins (Univ. Federal de Vicosa, Brazil) and Sergius Gandolfi (Univ. de São Paulo, Brazil)
Book Description:
The discussion of ideas, methods, scientific results, empirical practices and perspectives on the restoration of high diversity tropical and subtropical forest formations is the objective of this book; however, principles here proposed may be used in other less complex forest formations. Special attention is given to the role of the ecological processes on the restoration of functional forest communities, once the composition and structure of these natural or even restored communities change in space and time.

Table of Contents:
Contributors

Preface

Section I - FOREST RESTORATION;

Chapter 1.1 Forest Restoration: Many Views And Objectives; pp. 3-26
(Sergius Gandolfi, Sebastião Venâncio Martins and Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues)

Chapter 1.2 Theoretical Bases Of The Forest Ecological Restoration; pp. 27-60
(Sergius Gandolfi, Sebastião Venâncio Martins and Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues


Section II - RESTORATION METHODOLOGIES


Chapter 2.1 The Importance Of The Regional Floristic Diversity For The Forest Restoration Successfulness; pp. 63-76
(Natália Macedo Ivanauskas, Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues, Vinícius Castro Souza, Sergius Gandolfi and André Gustavo Nave)

Chapter 2.2 Restoration Actions; pp. 77-102
(Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues And Sergius Gandolfi)

Chapter 2.3 Combination Of Species Into Filling And Diversity Groups As Forest Restoration Methodology; pp. 103-126
(André Gustavo Nave And Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues)



Section III - NEW FRONTIERS;


Chapter 3.1 Management Of Monospecific Commercial Reforestations For The Forest Restoration Of Native Species With High Diversity;
pp. 129-144
(Paulo Henrique Marostegan e Carneiro And Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues)

Chapter 3.2 Transference Of Seedlings And Aloctone Young Individuals As Ecological Restoration Methodology; pp. 145-170
(Ricardo Augusto Gorne Viani, André Gustavo Nave And Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues)


Chapter 3.3 Ecological Management Of Degraded Forest Fragments;
pp. 171-196
(Adriana de Fátima Rozza, Fabiano Turini Farah And Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues)


Chapter 4.-A FOCUS ON PLANT REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY IN THE
CONTEXT OF FOREST RESTORATION; pp. 197-206
(Cibele Cardoso de Castro, Sebastião Venâncio Martins and Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues)

Chapter 5.-ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION (EE) AND RESTORATION OF DEGRADED AREAS: PUBLIC POLICIES COMMITTED TO DIVERSITY; pp. 207-222
(Marcos Sorrentino, Luiz Antonio Ferraro Jr. and Maurício Marcon)

Chapter 6 - INTERMONTES PROJECT IN THE CONTEXT OF BRAZILIAN FIELD WORKS AND RESEARCHES ON RESTORATION; pp. 223-245
(Luiz Carlos Busato, Paulo Ricardo S. Gobbo, André Gustavo Nave and Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues)

Chapter 7 - IDENTIFICATION OF DEGRADED AREAS AND CLASSES OF VEGETAL COVER THROUGH GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM, FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ADEQUACY; pp. 247-260
(Elizabeth Rodrigues Brito, Sebastião Venâncio Martins, José Marinaldo Gleriani and Vicente Paulo Soares)

Chapter 8 - USE OF EVALUATION AND MONITORING INDICATORS IN A RIPARIAN FOREST RESTORATION PROJECT IN VIÇOSA, SOUTHEASTERN BRAZIL; pp. 261-273
(Sebastião Venâncio Martins and Sustanis Horn Kunz)

Index

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2007
   Pages: 7 x 10, 286pp.
   ISBN: 1-60021-421-5
   Status: AV
  
Status Code Description
AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
AV Available
  
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