January-March, 2000

CM Cover V1N1 January March, 2000

Volume 1, Number 1

Features

THREADS OF CONTINUITY
Ecosystem disturbance, recovery, and the theory of biological legacies
by Jerry F. Franklin and others

MAKING COLLABORATION WORK
Lessons from a comprehensive assessment of over 200 wide-ranging cases of collaboration in environmental management
by Steven L. Yaffee and Julia M. Wondolleck

Tools & Techniques

STREAM TEMPERATURE ASSESSMENT
Using a new application to help monitor and restore watersheds
by Russell N. Faux and Bruce McIntosh

Numbers in Context

SALMON AND THE ECONOMY (Print Only)
by Ernie Niemi and Ed Whitelaw

Case Studies

SIMULATING MANAGEMENT WITH MODELS
Lessons from ten years of ecosystem management at Eglin Air Force Base
by Jeff Hardesty, Jonathan Adams, Doria Gordon, and Louis Provencher

FINDING VALUE IN PRE-EXISTING DATA SETS
Ecological effects of raven populations in Joshua Tree National Park
by William I. Boarman and Sharon J.Coe

BUILDING A SPECIES RECOVERY PROGRAM ON TRUST
The case of the Hawaiian crow (‘alala)
by Scott Johnson

Journal Watch

Edge Effects May Extend Much Farther than Suspected
Best Bet for Saving Cave Species
Jays and Cars Don’t Mix
New Ways Economics Can Benefit Ecology
RX for Hawaii’s Dry Forests: No Cows and Lots of Hard Work

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