October-December, 2002

CM Cover V3N4 October December, 2002

Volume 3, Number 4

Features

THINKING LIKE AN OCEAN Cover Story
Ecological Lessons from Marine Bycatch
by Scott Norris with Martín Hall, Edward Melvin, and Julia Parish

GROUND TRUTHING CONSERVATION
Why Biological Exploration Isn’t History
by Alan Rabinowitz

Tools & Techniques

THE BIODIVERSITY KNOWLEDGE COMMONS
by Jonathan Adams, Frank Biasi, Colin Bibby, and Martin Sneary

Numbers In Context

DOES GREEN TIMBER MAKE A DIFFERENCE? Print Only
A Global Status Report on Forest Certification Schemes
by Richard Eba’a Atyi and Markku Simula

Case Study

REMOVING ROADS
The Redwood Experience
by David Havlick

OPENING RIVERS TO TROJAN FISH
The Ecological Dilemma of Dam Removal in the Great Lakes
by Ross Freeman with William Bowerman and others

Essays

CRAZY? Print Only by Carl Safina

Journal Watch

Breeding Programs Should Incorporate Mate Choice
Development Can Disrupt Caribou Migration

Illicit Crops Threaten Birds in Colombia

Multi-Species Recovery Plans Fall Short

Religion Can Benefit Conservation

First Practical Test for Monitoring Shark Trade

Books

BOOK REVIEWS Print Only

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