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... For many, monitoring is broadly applicable project-level habitat or currently guided by well-established methods. species3 monitoring where there is a relatively This part of the report provides examples of good high level of consensus in the literature on practices for six habitats and species groups of metrics that are best able to assess restoration for concern in the Gulf of Mexico: oyster reefs, tidal the purposes of construction, performance, and wetlands, seagrasses, birds, sea turtles, and monitoring for adaptive management (see Chapter marine mammals.
From page 120...
... However, hoc restoration efforts."4 Furthermore, creating a monitoring for ecosystem services is important to restoration vision that is shared by the larger Gulf- consider as part of restoration monitoring and region funding agencies and programs, evaluation; see NRC (2012, Chapter 3; 2013, articulating that vision through explicit objectives, Chapter 5) for general reference, as well as and coordinating monitoring metrics and data Hijuelos and Hemmerling (2015)
From page 121...
... Approaches for overcoming barriers to large‐ Marine Ecology Progress Series 264:265-277. scale ecological restoration.
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