Editor: Grayson Cecil
How do we repair, replace, and compensate communities for natural resources that have been disrupted, injured, or lost? How do we handle existence values, aesthetic values, and ecosystem services that often have no direct market measure?
This book resulted from a conference that addressed the restoration issue at successive levels of detail. Papers presented at the conference included one for selection of restoration projects, one for scaling such projects and possible frameworks for handling natural resource damage, and 3 on discrete issues that arise in the compensatory restoration process. This publication presents all of the conference papers, reactions and critiques, and case studies.