Ecosystem restoration, regeneration and rewilding
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Anthropomorphic activities have caused major damage to ecosystems worldwide. Although documenting this damage is important, implementing measures to halt and reverse ecosystem decline is critical and is now being prioritised globally. To support global goals to protect and restore nature, BMC Ecology and Evolution has launched a new article collection to encourage contributions from the multifaceted ecosystem restoration community.
Shackelford , N & McDougall , C 2023 , ' Ecosystem restoration, regeneration and rewilding ' , BMC Ecology and Evolution , vol. 23 , 52 . https://doi.org/10.1186/s12862-023-02165-3
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