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29, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council released its proposed path forward for restoring the Gulf of Mexico following the 2010 BP oil disaster.
The potential of mangroves, salt marshes and sea grass meadows to store carbon can be ensured through management approaches such as Marine Protected Areas, Marine Spatial Planning, area-based fisheries management techniques, regulated coastal development and ecosystem restoration, according to the report.
President Obama signed an Executive Order officially forming the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Task Force to continue the recovery after the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Drew have skillfully edited a fascinating collection of essays that describe the institutional, economic, ecological, and political aspects of five large-scale, publicly funded and administered ecosystem restoration projects.
com employees and their families volunteered at one of AMERICAN FORESTS' Global ReLeaf projects, helping plant trees for ecosystem restoration.
of California, Irvine) and approximately 50 contributors provide a comprehensive blueprint for bringing ecosystem dynamics theory and restoration ecology practices together in the field of ecosystem restoration.
The Bull Creek Ecosystem Restoration Project includes reviving 28 acres within the Sepulveda Dam Flood Control basin to encourage 200 species of wild birds, including the American goldfinch, the Ash-throated flycatcher and the Bullock's oriole, to nest and thrive within the area.
In November 2004, state and federal agencies proposed a near-term effort, the Louisiana Coastal Area Ecosystem Restoration Study.