October-December, 2001

CM Cover V2N4 October December, 2001

Features

RETHINKING INSECTS
What would an ecosystem approach look like?
by Timothy D. Schowalter with Jay Withgott

TURNING THE SHIP AROUND
Changing the policies and culture of a government agency to make ecosystem management work
by Jennifer M. Belcher

ECOLOGICAL MODELING
A guide for the nonmodeler
by Steven L. Peck

IS AQUACULTURE A NET LOSS?  (Print Only)
by Rosamond Naylor and others

AFTER THE SHEEP ARE GONE
Restoring an invaded ecosystem
by Jason Van Driesche and Roy Van Driesche

HARVESTING CLAMS AND DATA
Involving local communities in monitoring: A case in Fiji
by Alifereti Tawake, John Parks, Pio Radikedike, Bill Aalbersberg, Veikila Vuki, and Nick Salafsky

Essay

BEYOND PREACHING TO THE CHOIR (Print Only)
by William Toone

Journal Watch

Arctic Ecosystems Being Nibbled Away

Beyond Protection: Active Conservation in New Zealand

Fish-Stocking May Spread Amphibian Disease

Hikers May Threaten Desert Bighorn Sheep

NASA Helps Conservation Biologists Get the Big Picture

Texas Tortoise and Cattle Can Coexist

Warmer Climate Linked to Earlier Frog Calling

Waterbird Habitat: Are Ricefields as Good as Marshes?

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