Richard J. Hobbs: how one ecologist has influenced the way we think about restoration ecology

Leonie E. Valentine, Nancy Shackelford, Bridget A. Johnson, Michael D. Craig, Michael P. Perring, Kristin B. Hulvey, Lauren M. Hallett, Rebecca Campbell, Joan Dudney, Todd E. Erickson, Alison Ritchie, Hilary Harrop-Archibald, Cristina E. Ramalho, Rachel J. Standish

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Abstract

Professor Richard Hobbs has had a profound influence on the development of the discipline of restoration ecology. With more than 300 publications spanning a broad scope of applied ecological sciences, he has collaborated with hundreds of researchers. His sometimes-provocative insights, balanced by extensive empirical research, will have a lasting impact by encouraging people to think more broadly about the science and practice of ecological restoration. Here, on the eve of his retirement, some of his staff and students, past and present, take a retrospective look at his contributions to restoration ecology both as a scientist and as a mentor.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1042-1046
Number of pages5
JournalRestoration Ecology
Volume28
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2020

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