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The financial and economic feasibility of rural household biodigesters for poor communities in South Africa

Michael T. Smitha, Jessica Schroenn Goebel, James N. Blignaut

Restoration of natural capital: A key strategy on the path to sustainability

James Blignaut, James Aronson, Rudolf de Groot

The economics of restoration: looking back and leaping forward

James Blignaut, James Aronson, and Martin de Wit

Determining the feasibility of harvesting invasive alien plant species for energy

Worship Mugido, James Blignaut (contact author), Matthew Joubert, John De Wet, Andrew Knipe, Selmé Joubert, Ben Cobbing, James Jansen, David Le Maitre, Marius van der Vyfer.

Local institutions, actors, and natural resource governance in Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and surrounds, South Africa

Gladman Thondhlana, Sheona Shackleton, James Blignaut

Benefits of restoring ecosystem services in urban areas

T Elmqvist, H Setälä, SN Handel, S van der Ploeg, J Aronson, JN Blignaut, E Gómez-Baggethun, DJ Nowak, J Kronenberg, R de Groot

Debunking the myth that a legal trade will solve the rhino horn crisis: A system dynamics model for market demand

Douglas J. Crookes, James N. Blignaut

Sectoral electricity elasticities in South Africa: Before and after the supply crisis of 2008

James Blignaut, Roula Inglesi-Lotz, Jaco P. Weideman (contact author).

A critique of the ´novel ecosystem´ concept. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.

Murcia, C., J.Aronson, G. Kattan, D. Moreno-Mateos, K. Dixon & D. Simberloff 2014.

Can a fast growing early successional tree (Ochroma pyramidale, Malvaceae) accelerate forest succession?

Ivar Vleut, Samuel Israel Levy-Tacher, Willem Frederik de Boer, Jorge Galindo-González and Neptalí Ramírez-Marcial (2013). Journal of Tropical Ecology, 29, pp 173180 doi:10.1017/S0266467413000126

Propagation guide for native trees of Panamá and the Neotrópical Region

The data comes from the STRIYale native tree species project, PRORENA, and was complied by STRI/ELTI postdoctoral investigator Francisco Román.

Structural and Functional Loss in Restored Wetland Ecosystems

David Moreno-Mateos, Mary E. Power, Francisco A. Comín, Roxana Yockteng

PLOS Biology

Investing in Natural Capital: Using Economic Incentives to Overcome Barriers to Forest Restoration

Tong Wu, Yeon-Su Kim and Matthew D. Hurteau

JULY 2011 Restoration Ecology Vol. 19, No. 4, pp. 441–445

Insights into invasion and restoration ecology: Time to collaborate towards a holistic approach to tackle biological invasions

Mirijam Gaertner 1, Judy L. Fisher 2, Gyan P. Sharma 3, Karen J. Esler 4

1 Centre for Invasion Biology, Department of Botany and Zoology, Stellenbosch University, Private Bag X1, Matieland 7602, South Africa
2 School of Plant Biology, The University of Western Australia, Crawley, Perth WA 6009, Australia
3 Department of Environmental Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi 110007, India
4 Department of Conservation Ecology and Entomology, Stellenbosch University, Private Bag X1, Matieland 7602, South Africa

Published on NeoBiota - 15 February 2012

By Rudolf de Groot, Robert Costanza, Dieter Van den Broeck, James Aronson, Benjamin Burkhard, Erik Gómez-Baggethun, Roy Haines-Young, Ida Kubiszewski, Felix Müller, Irene Petrosillo, Marion Potschin, Sander van der Ploeg, Gianni Zurlini

Published on the Solutions website - Solutions is a nonprofit print and online publication devoted to showcasing bold and innovative ideas for solving the world's integrated ecological, social, and economic problems.

Article published by Paddy Woodworth in the Irish Times 26 Aug 2011 - The capitalist environmentalist and the price of nature

Testing the Performance of Fourteen Native Tropical Tree Species in Two Abandoned Pastures of the Lacandon Rainforest Region of Chiapas, Mexico

Román-Dañobeytia, F., S. Levy-Tacher, J. Aronson, R. Ribeiro Rodrigues and D. Douterlunghe 2011. Classification of tropical tree species into ecological groups: implications for forest management and restoration in the Lacandon region, Chiapas, México. Restoration Ecology 19(3).

Bugalho MN, Caldeira MC, Pereira JS, Aronson J, & Pausas JG. 2011. Mediterranean Cork oak savannas require human use to sustain biodiversity and ecosystem services. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9: 278-286. [ doi | pdf ] [Podcast 12:12m] [www.frontiersinecology.org]

Wild Coast forest to be cleared, replanted

By Ntando Makhubu and Bongani Hans

Dispatch Online, 15 June 2009

Restoring Natural Capital in Arid and Semiarid Regions

Combining ecosystem health with human wellbeing

French Scientific Committee on Desertification

Lacombe M. and Aronson J., 2009.

Les dossiers thématiques du CSFD. N° 7.

Comparing the Performance of Tree Stakes and Seedlings to Restore Abandoned Tropical Pastures

Rakan A. Zahawi (1,2), Karen D. Holl (3)

(1) Organization for Tropical Studies, Apdo 73-8257, San Vito de Coto Brus, Costa Rica

(3) Environmental Studies Department, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA 95064, U.S.A.

(2) Address correspondence to R. A. Zahawi, email zahawi@ots.ac.cr

Wiley Interscience Journals

James Blignaut, James Aronson, Myles Mander and Christo Marais

Ecological Restoration, 26(2):143-150.

The working for water programme: Evolution of a payments for ecosystem services mechanism that addresses both poverty and ecosystem service delivery in South Africa

J.K. Turpiea, C. Maraisb and J.N. Blignaut
Ecological economics. 65: 788 – 798.

Harris, J. A., R.J. Hobbs, E. Higgs & J. Aronson 2006.

Restoration Ecology 14: 170-176.

Clewell, A.F. & J. Aronson 2006.

Conservation Biology 20: 420-428.

Aronson, J., Clewell A.F., J.N. Blignaut and S.J. Milton. 2006.

Journal for Nature Conservation 14: 135-139.

Aronson, J., S.J. Milton, J.N. Blignaut, and A.F. Clewell. 2006.

Journal for Nature Conservation 14:260-263.

Blignaut, J.N. and C.E. Moolman. 2006.

Journal of Nature Conservation 14: 237-248.

Aronson, J., J.N. Blignaut, S.J. Milton & A.F. Clewell. 2006.

Ecological Engineering 28:1-5.

J. Farley & H. Daly. 2006.

Ecological Engineering 28:6-10.

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