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Professor Richard Hobbs

IAS Distinguished Fellow
Biological Sciences, School of

Contact details
Address
School of Biological Sciences
The University of Western Australia (M090)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 4691
Fax
+61 8 6488 7461
Email
richard.hobbs@uwa.edu.au
Personal homepage
http://www.erie-research.org
Location
Room G33, Botany and Biology Building, Perth campus

IAS Distinguished Fellow
Ecosystem Restoration and Intervention Ecology Research Group

Contact details
Address
Ecosystem Restoration and Intervention Ecology Research Group
The University of Western Australia (M090)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 4691
Fax
+61 8 6488 7461
Email
richard.hobbs@uwa.edu.au
Personal homepage
http://www.erie-research.org
Location
Room G33, Botany and Biology Building, Perth campus
Qualifications
BSc Edin., MA(Biol) Calif., PhD Aberd., FAA
Publications
My publications includes 18 books, 176 refereed journal papers and 115 edited book chapters.

Publications 2004-2009

Books
1.Hobbs, R.J. & Suding, K.N. (eds.) 2009. New Models for Ecosystem Dynamics and Restoration. Island Press, Washington D.C.
2.Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.) 2007. Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Blackwell, Oxford.
3.*Cramer, V.A. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.) 2007. Old Fields: Dynamics and Restoration of Abandoned Farmland. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
4.Wu, J. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.) 2007. Key Topics in Landscape Ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
5.*Walker, L.R., Walker, J. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.) 2007. Linking Restoration and Ecological Succession. Springer, New York.
6.Allison, H.E. & Hobbs, R.J. 2006. Science and Policy in Natural Resource Management: Understanding System Complexity. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
7.Salt, D., Lindenmayer, D.B., & Hobbs, R.J. 2004. Trees and Biodiversity: A Guide for Improving Biodiversity Outcomes in Tree Plantings on Farms. RIRDC, Canberra
8.*Temperton, V.M., Hobbs, R.J., Nuttle, T.J. & Halle, S. (eds.) 2004. Assembly Rules and Restoration Ecology – Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Refereed Journal Articles
1.Franks, A.J., Yates, C.J. & Hobbs, R.J. 2009. Defining plant functional groups to guide rare plant management. Plant Ecology, in press. (Accepted 30.01.09)
2.*Suding, K.N. & Hobbs, R.J. 2009. Threshold models in conservation and restoration: A developing framework. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24: in press (accepted 20.11.08)
3.Craig, M.D., Hobbs, R.J., Grigg, A.H., Garkaklis, M.J., Grant, C.D, Fleming, P.A. & Hardy, G.E.StJ. 2009. Does thinning and burning sites revegetated after bauxite mining improve habitat for terrestrial vertebrates? Restoration Ecology 17: in press (accepted 4.11.08)
4.Lach L., Hobbs R.J., and Majer J.D. 2009. Herbivory induced extrafloral nectar increases native and invasive ant worker survival. Population Ecology, in press.(accepted 21.10.08)

5.Hobbs, R.J. 2009. Woodland restoration in Scotland: ecology, history, culture, economics, politics and change. Journal of Environmental Management, in press. doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2007.10.014 (Accepted 30.10.07)
6.Sinclair, E.A. & Hobbs, R.J. 2009. Sample size effects on estimates of population genetic structure: implications for ecological restoration. Restoration Ecology 17: in press doi: 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2008.00420.x (accepted 3-10-07).

7.Moore, S.A., Wallington, T.J., Hobbs, R.J., Ehrlich, P.R., Holling, C.S.; Levin, S., Lindenmayer, D., Pahl-Wostl, C., Possingham, H., Turner, M.G., Westoby, M. 2009. Diversity in current ecological thinking: Implications for environmental management Environmental Management 43: 17-27
8.Hobbs, R.J. 2009. Looking for the silver lining: making the most of failure. Restoration Ecology 17: 1-3.
9.Gibbons, P., Zammit, C., Youngentob, K., Possingham, H.P., Lindenmayer, D.B., Bekessy, S., Burgman, M., Colyvan, M., Considine, M., Felton. A., Hobbs, R.J., Hurley, K., McAlpine, C., McCarthy, M.A., Moore, J., Robinson, D, Salt, D. and Wintle, B. 2008. Some practical suggestions for improving engagement between researchers and policy-makers in natural resource management. Ecological Management and Restoration 9: 182-186.
10.*Seastadt, T.R., Hobbs, R.J. and Suding, K.N. 2008. Management of novel ecosystems: Are novel approaches required? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6: 547–553.
11.*Standish, R.J., Cramer, V.A. and Hobbs, R.J. 2008. Land-use legacy and the persistence of invasive Avena barbata on abandoned farmland. Journal of Applied Ecology 45: 1576-1583.
12.*Hobbs, R.J. and Cramer, V.A. 2008. Restoration ecology: interventionist approaches for restoring and maintaining ecosystem function in the face of rapid environmental change. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 33: 39-61.
13.*Lindenmayer, D.B., Fischer, J., Felton, A., Crane, M., Michael, D., Macgregor, C., Montague-Drake, R., Manning, A. and Hobbs, R.J. 2008. Novel ecosystems resulting from landscape transformation create dilemmas for modern conservation practice. Conservation Letters 1: 129-135.
14.Sinclair, E., Cheetham, B., Krauss, S. and Hobbs, R.J. 2008. Morphological and molecular variation in Conospermum triplinervium (Proteaceae), the tree smokebush: implications for bushland restoration. Australian Journal of Botany 56: 451-460.
15.*Prach, K. and Hobbs, R.J. 2008. Spontaneous succession vs. technical reclamation in the restoration of disturbed sites. Restoration Ecology 16: 363-366.
16.Lindenmayer, D., Hobbs, R.J., Montague-Drake, R., Alexandra, J., Bennett, A., Burgman, M., Cale, P., Calhoun, A., Cramer, V., Cullen, P., Driscoll, D., Fahrig, L., Fischer, J., Franklin, J., Haila, Y., Hunter, M., Gibbons, P., Lake, S., MacGregor, C., Luck., McIntyre, S., Mac Nally, R., Manning, A., Miller, J., Mooney, H., Noss, R., Possingham, H., Schmiegelow, F., Scott, M., Saunders, D., Simberloff, D., Sisk, T., Tabor, G., Walker, B., Wiens, J.A., Woinarski, J. and Zavaleta, E. 2008. A checklist for ecological management of landscapes for conservation. Ecology Letters 11: 78-91.
17. *Cramer, V.A., Hobbs, R.J. and Standish, R.J. 2008. What's new about old fields? Land abandonment and ecosystem assembly. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23: 104-112
18.Choi, Y.D, Temperton, V.M., Allen, E.B., Grootjans, A.P., Halassy, M., Hobbs, R.J., Naeth, M.A., and Torok, K. 2008. Ecological restoration for future sustainability in a changing environment. Ecoscience 15: 53-64.
19. Cole, D.N., Yung, L., Zavaleta, E.S., Aplet, G.H., Chapin F.S.III, Graber, D.M., Higgs, E.S., Hobbs, R.J., Landres, P.B., Millar, C.I., Parsons, D.J., Randall, J.M., Stephenson, N.L., Tonnessen, K.A., White, P.S. and Woodley, S. 2008. Naturalness and beyond: Protected area stewardship in an era of global environmental change. George Wright Forum 25: 36-56.
20.*Hobbs, R.J., Yates, S. & Mooney, H.A. 2007. Long-term data reveal complex dynamics in grassland in relation to climate and disturbance. Ecological Monographs 77: 545–568.
21.Bell, D.T. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Jarrah forest ecosystem restoration: A Foreword. Restoration Ecology 15(Supplement): S1-S2.
22.Koch, J. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Synthesis: Is Alcoa successfully restoring a jarrah forest ecosystem after bauxite mining in Western Australia? Restoration Ecology 15 (Supplement): S137-S144.
23.Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Restoration Ecology: are we making an impact? Restoration Ecology 15: 597-600.
24.Hobbs, R.J. and McDonald, T. 2007. Australia's place in the global restoration challenge: interview with Richard Hobbs. Ecological Management & Restoration 8: 160-164
25.*Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Managing plant populations in fragmented landscapes: restoration or gardening? Australian Journal of Botany 55: 371-374.
26.*Standish, R.J., Stokes, B.A., Tibbett, M. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Seedling response to phosphate addition and inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizas and the implications for old-field restoration in Western Australia. Environmental and Experimental Botany 61: 58-65
27.*Standish, R.J., Cramer, V.A., Wild, S. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Seed dispersal and recruitment limitation are barriers to native recolonisation of old-fields in Western Australia. Journal of Applied Ecology 44:435-445.
28.Lindenmayer, D.B., Fischer, J. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. The need for pluralism in landscape models: a reply to Dunn and Majer. Oikos 116:1419-1421.
29.Craig, M.D., Garkaklis, M.J., Hardy, G.E.St.J., Grigg, A.H., Grant, C.D., Fleming, P.A. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. The ecology of the Western Bearded Dragon (Pogona minor minor) in unmined forest and forest rehabilitated after bauxite mining. Australian Journal of Zoology 55: 107-116.
30.Miller, J.R. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Habitat restoration – do we know what we’re doing? Restoration Ecology 15: 382-390.
31.Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Setting effective and realistic restoration goals: Key directions for research. Restoration Ecology 15: 354-357.
32.McDougall, K.L., Hardy G.E.St.J. & Hobbs RJ. 2007. Comparison of colonisation by Phytophthora cinnamomi in detached stem tissue of Eucalyptus marginata in relation to site disease status. Australasian Plant Pathology 36: 498-500
33.Swinburn, M.L., Fleming, P.A., Craig, M.D., Grigg, A.H., Garkaklis, M.J., Hobbs, R.J. and Hardy, G.E.St.J. 2007. The importance of grasstrees (Xanthorrhoea preissii) as habitat for mardo (Antechinus flavipes leucogaster) during post-fire recovery. Wildlife Research 34: 640-651.
34.Richardson, D.M., Holmes, P.M., Esler, K.M., Galatowitsch, S.M., Stromberg, J.C., Kirkman, S.P., Pysek, P. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Riparian vegetation: degradation, alien plant invasions, and restoration prospects. Diversity and Distributions 13:126-139.
35.*Hobbs, R.J., Arico, S., Aronson, J., Baron, J.S., Bridgewater, P., Cramer, V.A., Epstein, P., Ewel, J.J., Klink, C.A., Lugo, A.E., Norton, D., Ojima, D., Richardson, D.A., Sanderson, E.W., Valladares, F., Vilà, M., Zamora, R. & Zobel, M. 2006. Novel ecosystems: theoretical and management aspects of the new ecological world order. Global Ecology and Biogeography 15:1-7.
36.*Standish, R.J., Cramer, V.A., Hobbs, R.J. & Kobryn, H.T. 2006. Legacy of land-use evident in soils of Western Australia's wheatbelt. Plant and Soil 280:189–207.
37.Bussell, J.D., Hood, P., Alacs, E.A., Dixon, K.W., Hobbs, R.J. & Krauss, S.L. 2006. Rapid genetic delineation of local provenance seed collection zones for effective rehabilitation of an urban bushland remnant. Austral Ecology 31:131-142.
38.King, E.G. & Hobbs, R.J. 2006. Identifying linkages among conceptual models of ecosystem degradation and restoration: towards an integrative framework. Restoration Ecology 14:369-378
39.*Harris, J.A., Hobbs, R.J., Higgs, E. & Aronson, J. 2006. Ecological restoration and global climate change. Restoration Ecology 14:170-176
40.Hobbs, R.J. 2006. Overcoming barriers to effective public communication of ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 4:496-497.
41.Sinclair, E.A., Bussell, J.D., Krauss, S.L. Hobbs, R.J. & Dixon, K.W. 2006. Molecular markers detect multiple origins of Agonis flexuosa (Myrtaceae) plants used in urban bushland restoration. Ecological Management and Restoration 7:234-235.
42.Hobbs, R.J. & McIntyre, S. 2005. Categorizing Australian landscapes as an aid to assessing the generality of landscape management guidelines. Global Ecology and Biogeography 14:1-15.
43.Wallington, T.J., Hobbs, R.J. & Moore, S.A. 2005. Implications of current ecological thinking for biodiversity conservation: a review of the salient issues. Ecology and Society 10:15. [online] URL:http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol10/iss1/art15/
44.Hutchinson, M.F., McIntyre, S., Hobbs, R.J., Stein, J.L., Garnett, S. & Kinloch, J. 2005. Integrating a global agro-climatic classification with bioregional boundaries in Australia. Global Ecology and Biogeography 14:197-212.
45.Cramer, V.A. & Hobbs, R.J. 2005. Assessing the ecological risk from secondary salinity: a framework addressing questions of scale and threshold responses. Austral Ecology 30:537-545.
46.*Davis, M.A., Pergl, P., Truscott, A.-M., Kollmann, J., Bakker, J.P., Domenech, R., Prach, K., Prieur-Richard, A.-H., Veeneklaas, R.N., Pysek, P., del Moral, R. Hobbs, R.J., Collins, S.L., Pickett, S.T.A. & Reich, P.B. 2005. Vegetation change – a reunifying concept in plant ecology. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 7:69-76.
47.Hobbs, R.J. 2005. Landscapes, ecology and wildlife management in highly modified environments – an Australian perspective. Wildlife Research 32:389-398.
48.Hobbs, R.J. 2005. The future of Restoration Ecology: challenges and opportunities. Restoration Ecology 13:239-241
49.McDougall, K.L., Hobbs, R.J. & Hardy, G.E.St.J. 2005. Distribution of understorey species in forest affected by Phytophthora cinnamomi in south-western Western Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 53:813-819.
50.Morley, S.C., Grant, C.D., Hobbs, R.J. & Cramer, V.A. 2004. Long-term impact of prescribed burning on the nutrient status and fuel loads of rehabilitated bauxite mines in Western Australia. Forest Ecology and Management, 190:227-239.
51.Allison, H. E. & Hobbs, R.J. 2004. Resilience, adaptive capacity, and the “Lock-in Trap” of the Western Australian agricultural region. Ecology and Society 9:3. [online] URL:http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol9/iss1/art3
52.Abensperg-Traun. M., Wrbka, T., Bieringer, G., Hobbs, R.J., Deininger, F., Main, B.Y., Milasowszky, N., Sauberer, N. & Zulka, K.P. 2004. Ecological restoration in the slipstream of agricultural policy in the old and new world. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 103:601-611.
53.Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. 2004. Fauna conservation in plantation forests – a review. Biological Conservation 119:151-168.
54.*Brooks M.L., D’Antonio, C.M., Richardson, D.M., Grace, J.B., Keeley, J.E., DiTomaso, J.M., Hobbs, R.J., Pellant, M. & Pyke, D. 2004. Effects of invasive alien plants on fire regimes. BioScience 54:677-688.
55.Hobbs, R.J. 2004. Restoration ecology: the challenge of social values and expectations. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 2:43-44.
56.Hobbs, R.J. 2004. The Working for Water program in South Africa: the science behind the success. Diversity and Distributions 10:501-503
57.Cramer, V.A., Hobbs, R.J., Atkins, L. & Hodgson, G. 2004. The influence of local elevation on soil properties and tree health in remnant eucalypt woodlands affected by secondary salinity. Plant and Soil 265:175-188.
58.Cramer, V.A., Hobbs, R.J. & Atkins, L. 2004. The influence of local elevation on the effects of secondary salinity in remnant eucalypt woodlands: changes in understorey communities. Plant and Soil 265:253-266.

Book Chapters
1.Suding, K.N. & Hobbs, R.J. 2009. Introduction: New models for ecosystem dynamics and restoration. Pp 3-21 In: New models for ecosystem dynamics and restoration. Hobbs, R.J. and Suding, K.N. (eds.) Island Press, Washington D.C.
2. Hobbs, R.J. & Suding, K.N. 2009. Synthesis: Are new models for ecosystem dynamics scientifically robust and helpful in guiding restoration projects? Pp 325-333 In: New models for ecosystem dynamics and restoration. Hobbs, R.J. and Suding, K.N. (eds.) Island Press,Washington D.C.
3. Standish, R.J., Sparrow, A.D., Williams, P.A. and Hobbs, R.J. 2009. A state and threshold model for the restoration of abandoned farmland in New Zealand. Pp 189-205 In: New models for ecosystem dynamics and restoration. Hobbs, R.J. and Suding, K.N. (eds.) Island Press,Washington D.C.
4.Hobbs, R.J. 2009. Restoration ecology. In: The Princeton Guide to Ecology. Levin, S.A., Carpenter, S., Godfray, C., Kinzig, A., Loreau, M., Losos, J., Walker, B. and Wilcove, D. (eds). Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, in press (Accepted 28.08.08).
5.Fischer, J., Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. 2009. Landscape pattern and biodiversity. In: The Princeton Guide to Ecology. Levin, S.A., Carpenter, S., Godfray, C., Kinzig, A., Loreau, M., Losos, J., Walker, B. and Wilcove, D. (eds). Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, in press (Accepted 28.08.08).
6.*Prober, S.M. and Hobbs, R.J. 2008. Temperate eucalypt woodlands. Pp 19-25 In Ten Commitments: Reshaping the Lucky Country's Environment. Lindenmayer, D.B., Dovers, S., Harriss Olson, M. and Morton, S. (eds.) CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.
7.Ryder, D., Brierley, G., Hobbs, R.J., Kyle, G. and Leishman, M. 2008. Vision generation: What do we seek to achieve in integrative river restoration? Pp16-27 In River Futures: An Integrative Scientific Approach to River Repair. Brierley, G. and Fryirs, K. (eds.) Island Press, Washington, D.C.
8.Wu, J. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Preface. Pp 7-12 In Key Topics in Landscape Ecology. Wu, J. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
9.Hobbs, R.J. & Wu, J. 2007. Perspectives and prospects of landscape ecology. Pp 19-29 In Key Topics in Landscape Ecology. Wu, J. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
10.Wu, J. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Landscape ecology: the state of the science. Pp 634-671 In Key Topics in Landscape Ecology. Wu, J. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.).Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
11.Mackey, B.G., Soulé, M.E., Nix, H.A., Recher. H.F., Lesslie, R.G., J. E. Williams, J.E., Woinarski, J.C.Z., Hobbs, R.J., & Possingham, H.P. 2007. Applying landscape-ecological principles to regional conservation: the Wildcountry project in Australia. Pp 458-514 In Key Topics in Landscape Ecology. Wu, J. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.).Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
12.Hobbs, R.J., Walker, L.R. & Walker, J. 2007. Integrating restoration and succession. Pp168-179 In Linking Restoration and Ecological Succession. Walker, L.R. Walker, J. and Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Springer, New York
13.*Hobbs, R.J., Jentsch, A. & Temperton, V.M. 2007. Restoration as a process of succession and assembly mediated by disturbance. Pp 150-167 In Linking Restoration and Ecological Succession. E Walker, L.R. Walker, J. and Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Springer, New York
14.Hobbs, R.J. & Cramer, V.A. 2007. Why old fields? The socioeconomic and ecological causes and consequences of the abandonment of agricultural land. Pp 1-14 In Old fields: Dynamics and restoration of abandoned farmland. Cramer, V.A. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Island Press, Washington, D.C.
15.Hobbs, R.J. & Walker, L.R. 2007. Old field succession: development of concepts. Pp 17-30 In Old fields: Dynamics and restoration of abandoned farmland. Cramer, V.A. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Island Press, Washington, D.C.
16.*Cramer, V.A., Standish, R.J. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Western Australian old fields: Prospects for the recovery of native vegetation in an ancient and highly modified landscape. Pp 286-306 In Old fields: Dynamics and restoration of abandoned farmland. Cramer, V.A. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Island Press, Washington, D.C.
17.*Hobbs, R.J. & Cramer, V.A. 2007. Old field dynamics: regional and local differences, and lessons for ecology and restoration. Pp 309-318 In Old fields: Dynamics and restoration of abandoned farmland. Cramer, V.A. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Island Press, Washington, D.C.
18.Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Goals, targets and priorities for landscape-scale restoration. Pp 485-500 In Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Blackwell, Oxford.
19.Hobbs, R.J. & Lindenmayer, D.B. 2007. From perspectives to principles: where to from here? Pp 535-542 In Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Blackwell, Oxford.
20.Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Introduction. Pp 1-5 In Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Blackwell, Oxford.
21.Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Synthesis: landscape classification. Pp 46-48 In Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Blackwell, Oxford.
22.Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Synthesis: habitat, habitat loss and patch sizes. Pp 90-92 In Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Blackwell, Oxford.
23.Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Synthesis: structure, degradation and condition. Pp 138-140 In Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Blackwell, Oxford.
24.Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Synthesis: edge effects. Pp 186-188 In Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Blackwell, Oxford.
25.Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Synthesis: total vegetation cover, pattern and patch content. Pp 233-235 In Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Blackwell, Oxford.
26.Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Synthesis: corridors, connectivity and stepping stones. Pp 276-278 In Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Blackwell, Oxford.
27.Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Synthesis: individual species management - threatened taxa and invasive species. Pp 327-329 In Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Blackwell, Oxford.
28.Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Synthesis: ecosystems and ecosystem processes. Pp 371-373 In Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Blackwell, Oxford.
29.Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Synthesis: disturbance, resilience and recovery. Pp 402-404 In Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Blackwell, Oxford, in press.
30.Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. 2007. Synthesis: aquatic ecosystems and integrity. Pp 449-451 In Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation: Moving from Perspectives to Principles. Lindenmayer, D.B. & Hobbs, R.J. (eds.). Blackwell, Oxford.
31.Hobbs, R.J. 2006. Foreword. Pp ix-x In Foundations of Restoration Ecology. Falk, D.A., Palmer, M.A. & Zedler, J.B. (eds.). Island Press, Washington D.C.
32.Hobbs, R.J. 2005. Restoration ecology and landscape ecology. Pp 221-233 In Issues and Perspectives in Landscape Ecology. Wiens, J.A. & Moss M.R. (eds.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
33.Hobbs, R.J. 2005. Effective communication in integrative projects. Pp 231-239 In From Landscape Research to Landscape Planning: Aspects of Integration, Education and Application. Tress, B., Tress, G., Fry G. & Opdam P. (eds.). Springer, Berlin.
34.Tress, G., B., Tress, Fry, G., Opdam, P., Ahern, J., Antrop, M., Hartig, T., Hobbs, R., Miller, D., Silbernagel, J. & Winder, N. 2005. Considerations for future education in integrative landscape research. Pp 423-432 In From Landscape Research to Landscape Planning: Aspects of Integration, Education and Application. Tress, B., Tress, G., Fry G. & Opdam P. (eds.). Springer, Berlin.
35.Hobbs, R.J. & Mooney, H.A. 2005. Invasive species in a changing world: the interactions between global change and invasives. Pp 310-331 In Invasive Alien Species: A New Synthesis. Mooney, H.A., Mack, R.N., McNeely, J.A., Neville, L.E., Schei P.J. & Waage, J.K. (eds.). Island Press, Washington DC.
36.Harris, J.A., Grogan, P. & Hobbs, R.J. 2005. Restoration ecology and the role of soil biodiversity. Pp 319-342 In Biological Diversity and Function in Soils. Bardgett, R.D., Usher, M.B. & Hopkins, D.W. (eds.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
37.*Temperton, V.M., Hobbs, R.J., Nuttle, T., Fattorini, M. & Halle, S. 2004. Introduction: Why assembly rules are important to the field of restoration ecology. Pp1-8 In Assembly Rules And Restoration Ecology – Bridging The Gap Between Theory And Practice. Temperton, V.M., Hobbs, R.J., Nuttle, T.J. & Halle, S. (eds.). Island Press, Washington, D.C.
38.*Temperton, V.M. & Hobbs, R.J. 2004. The search for ecological assembly rules and its relevance to restoration ecology. Pp 34-54 In Assembly Rules And Restoration Ecology – Bridging The Gap Between Theory And Practice. Temperton, V.M., Hobbs, R.J., Nuttle, T.J. & Halle, S. (eds.). Island Press, Washington, D.C.
39.*Hobbs, R.J. & Norton, D.A. 2004. Ecological filters, thresholds and gradients in resistance to ecosystem reassembly. Pp. 72-95 In Assembly Rules And Restoration Ecology – Bridging The Gap Between Theory And Practice. Temperton, V.M., Hobbs, R.J., Nuttle, T.J. & Halle, S. (eds.). Island Press, Washington, D.C.
40.*Nuttle, T., Hobbs, R.J., Temperton, V.M. & Halle, S. 2004. Assembly rules, and ecosystem restoration: where to from here? Pp. 410-421 In Assembly Rules And Restoration Ecology – Bridging The Gap Between Theory And Practice. Temperton, V.M., Hobbs, R.J., Nuttle, T.J. & Halle, S. (eds.). Island Press, Washington, D.C.
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