New Publication!

Restoration goals: Why are fauna still overlooked in the process of recovering functioning ecosystems and what can be done about it?

S. L. Cross, P. W. Bateman, and A. T. Cross

Animals are often overlooked in assessments of restoration success and assumed to return following the return of vegetation. However, in practice, recovering diverse and representative fauna communities can be exceptionally difficult, not only to achieve, but to monitor. In our new publication, we argue that fauna must be considered to a greater extent in assessments of restoration success, and management policies. You can read the full paper, published in the journal Ecological Management and Restoration, here.



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