Suggested Bibliography:

Timothy R. Seastedt, Richard J Hobbs, and Katherine N Suding. 2008. “Management of novel ecosystems: are novel approaches required?” Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

Mark Davis. 2011. “Don’t judge species on their origins.” Nature. June 2011. Volume 474.

Richard J Hobbs. 2013. “Grieving for the Past and Hoping for the Future: Balancing Polarizing Perspectives in Conservation and Restoration.” Restoration Ecology, March 2013. Volume 21, Number 2, pp. 145-148

Jonathan R Thompson, Dunbar N Carpenter, Charles V Cogbill, David R Foster. 2013. “Four Centuries of Change in Northeastern United States Forests”. PLOS ONE. September 2013, Volume 8, Issue 9.

Richard J Hobbs, Eric Higgs, and James A Harris. 2009. “Novel Ecosystems: implications for conservation and restoration.” Trends in Ecology and Evolution, Volume 24, No. 11, pp. 599-605.

John J Ewel and Francis E Putz. 2004. “A place for alien species in ecosystem restoration.” Frontiers in Ecology, 2004; 2(7): 354-360.

James M Bullock, James Aronson, Adrian C Newton, Richard F. Pywell and Jose M Rey-Benayas. 2011. “Restoration of ecosystem service and biodiversity: conflicts and opportunities.” Trends in Ecology and Evolution, October 2011, Vol. 26, No. 10.

Thomas Elmqvist, Carl Folke, Magnus Nystrom, Garry Peterson, Jan Bengtsson, Brian Walker and Joh Norberg. 2003. “Response diversity, ecosystem change and resilience.” Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. Vol. 1, No. 9 (Nov 2003), pp. 488-494.

Duncan C McKinley, Russell D Briggs, Ann M Bartuska. 2012. “When peer-reviewed publications are not enough! Delivering science for natural resource management.” Forest Policy and Economics. 21 (2012).

Robert H Hilderbrand, Adam C Watts, and April M Randle. 2005. “The Myths of Restoration Ecology”. Ecology and Society. 10(1): 19.

Paul H Gobster. “Alternative Approaches to Urban Natural Areas Restoration: Integrating Social and Ecological Goals.” Chapter 8. In: Stanturf, J.; Lamb, D.; Madsen, P., eds. Forest landscape restoration: integrating natural and social sciences. New York: Springer. World Forests. 15: 155-177.

Michael P Perring, Rachel J Standish and Richard J Hobbs. 2013. “Incorporating novelty and novel ecosystems into restoration planning and practice in the 21st century.” Ecological Processes. 2013, 2:18.

Emma Marris, “Rambunctious Garden”. Bloomsbury Press. 2011