3rd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration
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The primary focus of NCER 09 is to share lessons-learned from the conduct of large-scale ecosystem restoration programs both in the U.S. and internationally. Technical sessions will focus on six primary themes – click on the topical links below to view applicable subtopics within each programmatic theme.

 

● Ecosystem Restoration at the Watershed Scale


● New Planning Approaches to Achieve Ecosystem Restoration


● Science and Engineering Integration


● Linking Monitoring Results with Management Decision-making


● Urban Ecosystem Restoration


● Ecosystem Goods and Services
Often times ecosystems provide their users with goods and services that are not valued in the traditional sense (i.e., no traditional market value). The concept of non-marketed ecosystem goods and services are a way to effectively make the link between ecosystem functions and human welfare. Ecosystem services arise from—and depend on—the broader sets of ecological components, processes, and functions but are different: they are the aspects of the ecosystem that society uses, consumes, or enjoys to experience those benefits. This theme will focus on how large scale ecosystem restoration programs are addressing and measuring ecosystem goods and service within the context of large-scale ecosystem restoration.

  • Environmental Benefits

  • Human Dimensions

  • Capturing and Comparing Restoration Economics During Decision-making

  • Climate Change Considerations

  • Partnerships-cooperation: Added Value and Force Multipliers

  • Sustainable Design and Integration of Ecosystem Restoration

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