SERCAL 2017 Technical Session — Restore, monitor, mitigate… Repeat? Adapting Habitat Restoration Projects for Climate Change
SERCAL 2016 Poster Presentations
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session — Riparian & Wetlands
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session — Montane Meadows
The springs and streams along the coast must support a dispersed and growing population, as well as the wildlife dependent on the critical habitat they provide. Reducing summer water demands from these small creeks may be as important as implementing physical habitat restoration projects for coho salmon and steelhead population recovery.
Multi-benefit restoration planning is part of a suite of emerging concepts that represent the “state of the art” for restoration ecology and ecological restoration. These include targeted restoration strategies for optimal site selection, economic analyses of restoration costs and ecosystem service benefits, and recognition of the role of restoration in enhancing ecosystem resilience to climate change.
Introduction to Summer 2014 Ecesis, Volume 24, Issue 2