• Reintroducing rewilding to restoration – Rejecting the search for novelty. 

      Hayward, M.W.; Scanlon, R.J.; Callen, A.; Howell, L.G.; Klop-Toker, K.L.; Di Blanco, Y.; Balkenhol, N.; Bugir, C.K.; Campbell, L.; Caravaggi, A.; Chalmers, A.C.; Clulow, J.; Clulow, S.; Cross, P.; Gould, J.A.; Griffin, A.S.; Heurich, M.; Howe, B.K.; Jachowski, D.S.; Jhala, Y.V.; Krishnamurthy, R.; Kowalczyk, R.; Lenga, D.J.; Linnell, J.D.C.; Marnewick, K.A.; Moehrenschlager, A.; Montgomery, R.A.; Osipova, L.; Peneaux, C.; Rodger, J.C.; Sales, L.P.; Seeto, R.G.Y.; Shuttleworth, C.M.; Somers, M.J.; Tamessar, C.T.; Upton, R.M.O.; Weise, F.J. (Elsevier Ltd, 2019)
      Rewilding is emerging as a major issue in conservation. However, there are currently a dozen definitions of rewilding that include Pleistocene rewilding, island rewilding, trophic rewilding, functional rewilding and passive ...