rec12048-sup-0001-TableS1.pdfPDF document197KTable S1. Standardized effect size of interventions (derived from measures of successional trajectory and relative to a “do nothing” control) and response variables for each study, shown for three different response metrics: propagule supply, forest structure, and richness. Primary interventions target either ground conditions (“burn” = burning of vegetation, “cut” = cutting of aboveground vegetation, “fert” = application of fertilizer, “graze” = low intensity grazing, “herb” = herbicide, “pull” = hand pulling of roots, “till” = manual tilling of soil), or propagule supply (“perch” = installation of artificial perches, “seed” = broadcasting of seed), or both. In some cases, primary interventions were followed by secondary treatments (“sec”) which involved a full or partial repeat of actions undertaken in the primary intervention. Secondary treatments comprise spot herbicide, hand weeding, low intensity grazing and fertilizer addition. Numbers indicate individual studies, see “ID” column of Table 1.
rec12048-sup-0002-TableS2.pdfPDF document197KTable S2. Approximate cost and resources required to implement interventions.
rec12048-sup-0003-AppendixS1.pdfPDF document197KAppendix S1. Additional restoration techniques.

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