January-March, 2003

CM Cover V4N1 January March, 2003

Volume 4, Number 1

Features

CONSERVATION AND CONFLICT Print Only
Until recently, we have thought of war as a humanitarian issue and addressed environmental damage only as part of post-conflict clean up. But, it is clear that this approach will no longer suffice.

RULES OF ENGAGEMENT FOR CONSERVATION Cover Story
Lessons from the Democratic Republic of Congo
by John and Terese Hart

TOP-DOWN MEETS BOTTOM-UP: CONSERVATION IN A POST-CONFLICT WORLD
The post-conflict situation in Afghanistan has created an extraordinary opportunity for conservation — the enormous obstacles can be offset by the enormous possibilities when a country essentially is reborn.
By Peter Zahler

Tools & Techniques

GIS-BASED CONSERVATION PLANNING
A Powerful Tool to be Used with Caution
by David Stokes and Peter Morrison

Numbers In Context

WHEN IS ERADICATION A SOUND INVESTMENT? Print Only
Strategically Responding to Invasive Alien Species
by Jefferey A. McNeely, Laurie E. Neville, and Marcel Rejmanek

Case Study

USING EXOTICS AS A TEMPORARY HABITAT
An Accidental Experiment on Rodrigues Island
by Douglas Fox

Essays

THE BIG GREEN BLUR BETWEEN THE LOBBY AND THE CAB Print Only by Anne Matthews

Journal Watch

Connections May Be Key to Surviving Fragmentation
Getting the Most out of Rivers

Hatchery Salmon May Endanger Wild Cousins

Nonnative Earthworms May Be Wiping Out Rare Plants

Pesticides Linked to Amphibian Declines

The Pitfalls of Doing What Comes Naturally

Too Many Turtles May End Up as Roadkill

Book Marks

BOOK REVIEWS Print Only

From Readers

YOUR LETTERS AND COMMENTS Print Only

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