Reconciliation ecology is the branch of ecology which studies ways to encourage
biodiversity in human-dominated ecosystems. Michael Rosenzweig first ...
Reconciliation ecology aims to reconcile biodiversity conservation with human
development by addressing behavioral and evolutionary ecological mechanisms
What is Reconciliation Ecology? Humans now occupy approximately 83% of
earth's land surface (Sanderson et al. 2002). By occupy I don't mean that humans
Yes We Can! — A Positive Vision of the Future. RECONCILIATION ECOLOGY
says we still have time to save most of the world's species. But to do it, we must ...
Mar 22, 2004 ... Reconciliation ecology refers to designing new habitats for other species in the
midst of where people live and work. He held out the cheerful ...
The concept of reconciliation ecology, by which the anthropogenic environment
may be modified to encourage non-human use and biodiversity preservation ...
Reconciliation Ecology as a tool for enhancing urban habitats. Jeff Schaeffer.
USGS Great Lakes Science Center. 1451 Green Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
Apr 28, 2016 ... What is reconciliation ecology and how can it help? As formulated by ... Here lie
plenty of opportunities for reconciliation ecology at every scale.
J Environ Manage. 2011 Jun;92(6):1429-37. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2011.01.012
. Urban reconciliation ecology: the potential of living roofs and walls. Francis ...
May 5, 2014 ... Opportunities for reconciliation ecology exist all over the world. A unique
example is Zealandia, a public wildlife sanctuary in the middle of ...