July-September, 2003

CM Cover V4N3 July September, 2003

Volume 4, Number 3

Features

AUDITING CONSERVATION IN AN AGE OF ACCOUNTABILITY Cover Story
Instead of seeing conservation as just a good cause, people are starting to ask, “What are your results?”
By Jon Christensen

 

MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE: BEHAVIOR AND CONSERVATION
For years, behavioral ecologists have meticulously studied the subtleties of wildlife behavior. Their findings reveal information that conservationists can use.
by Douglas Fox

Tools & Techniques

EVIDENCE-BASED CONSERVATION
Discrepancy between practice and evidence led to the development of evidence-based medicine. Do we need a similar revolution for conservation?
by William Sutherland

Numbers In Context

WHAT’S LEFT? Print Only
The Emerging Shape of the Global Fisheries Crisis
by Reg Watson, Peter Tyedmers, Adrian Kitchingman, and Daniel Pauly

Case Study

LOST AND FOUND
In Lake Victoria, researchers have rediscovered an “extinct” cichlid. Capitalizing on this serendipitous conservation opportunity, they have found a way to reconcile species recovery and fisheries.
by Sarah DeWeerdt

Essays

THE GEOGRAPHY OF ENDANGERMENT Print Only by Gary Paul Nabhan

Journal Watch

Estimating Species Numbers
Contemporary Evolution Can Make Conservation Tricky

Marine Reserves: Thinking Out of the Box

Monogamous Animals May Be More Likely to Die Out

Even “Nondestructive” Fishing Can Threaten Coral Reef Fish

Paving Roads Can Increase Weed Invasions

Restoration as Weed Control

Book Marks

BOOK REVIEWS Print Only

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YOUR LETTERS AND COMMENTS Print Only

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