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Baker, M., Domanski, A., Hollweg, T., Murray, J., Lane, D., Skrabis, K., Taylor, R., Moore, T. and DiPinto, L., 2020. Restoration scaling approaches to addressing ecological injury: the habitat-based resource equivalency method. Environmental management, 65, pp.161-177.


  • Method seeks to increase linkage between habitat condition and specific bioenergetic effects on species to provide decision support for NRDA, and requires appropriate data.
  • Presumes that parameters such as productivity, biomass or abundance can be reliable measured as a function of habitat area or volume. While these parameters can be estimated, it is unclear if those estimates can be made precise for a highly migratory and variable species, or if variation can be associated with on-site conditions.