Restoration ecology, because of its highly physical nature, is an ideal testing ground for emerging community ecological principles (Bradshaw 1987). There are also the emerging concepts of inventing new and successful restoration technologies, performance standards, time frames, local genetics, and society's relationship to restoration ecology, and new ethical and religious possibilities, as future topics of discussion and debate.
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