January-March, 2002

CM Cover V3N1 January March, 2002

Volume 3, Number 1

Features

WHAT REALLY IS AN EVOLUTIONARY SIGNIFICANT UNIT Cover Story
The debate over integrating genetics and ecology in conservation biology
by Sarah DeWeerdt

THE FALLACY OF PASSIVE MANAGEMENT
Managing for Firesafe Forest Reserves
by James K. Agee

Tools & Techniques

VIRTUAL TOURISM
If the real economic value of virtual tourism can be tapped effectively, it might be a new source of funds for wildlife conservation.
by Julia F. Carpenter, Daniel Zatz, Julia Mair, and David S. Wilkie

Numbers In Context

ARE LINGUISTIC AND BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY LINKED Print Only
by David Harmon and Luisa Maffi

Case Studies

HOW MUCH DATA IS ENOUGH?
Lessons on quantifying risk and measuring recovery from the California Gray Whale
by Scott Norris

WORKING WITH THE HORTICULTURE INDUSTRY TO LIMIT INVASIVE SPECIES INTRODUCTIONS
by Kathleen Snow

Essays

DESIGNER COMMUNITIES Print Only
by James A. McMahon and Karen D. Holl

Journal Watch

Genetic Takeover Threatens Crayfish
Invasion Theory Overturned for Birds

Prescribed Burning: Do We Really Know What We’re Doing?

Special Section: Habitat Fragmentation Can Amplify Ecological Stress

Species vs. Functional Groups: Which Kind of Diversity Matters Most?

Wolves, Elk, & Aspen: Predators May Benefit Trees in Yellowstone

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