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Restoration Ecology fosters the exchange of ideas among the many disciplines involved in the process of ecological restoration. Addressing global concerns and communicating them to the international scientific community, the journal is at the forefront of a vital new direction in science and ecology. Original papers describe experimental, observational, and theoretical studies on terrestrial, marine, and freshwater systems, and are considered without taxonomic bias.

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SER launches RE-AL, a new thematic series on arid lands within the journal Restoration Ecology

The Society of Ecological Restoration and the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, in coordination with Wiley Publishing, are excited to announce the launch of a new thematic series Restoration Ecology: Arid Lands (RE-AL). Learn more here! ( check out the second link )

To celebrate our latest endeavor, we have collected our most innovative and impactful articles on arid land restoration published in Restoration Ecology to date. Each article uniquely influenced the scientific debate about restoration in arid land ecosystems, with contributions from well-established and early career researchers on the fast track to becoming the best in the world. With a variety of geographies and approaches, these articles are the foundation of great research still to come