April-June, 2003

Volume 4, Number 2

Features

MAKING CONSERVATION PROFITABLE Cover Story
Philanthropy and government regulations alone simply aren’t up to the task of rescuing nature, and it’s time for some well designed appeals to people’s self-interest.
by Katherine Ellison and Gretchen C. Daily

THE CONUNDRUM OF BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
Weighing Urgency Against Uncertainty
by Jason Van Driesche and Roy Van Driesche

Tools & Techniques

TAKING THE BITE OUT OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE

The Challenges of Wildlife Compensation Schemes
by Philip Nyhus, Hank Fischer, Francine Madden, and Steve Osofsky

Numbers In Context

WHERE DO THE DOLLARS GO? Print Only
U.S. Spending on the Environment and Natural Resources
by R. Neil Sampson

Case Study

CREATING HABITAT ON FARMS
The Land Stewardship Project and Monitoring on Agricultural Land
by Brian DeVore

Essays

THE ARMCHAIR CONSERVATIONIST Print Only
by David Macdonald

Journal Watch

Corridors May Not Help Birds in Forest Fragments
Forest Fragmentation May Increase Lyme Disease Risk

Hikers May Disturb Breeding Spotted Owls

How Perceptions of Nature Shape Conservation Policy

Marine Reserves Can’t Do It All: Sea Otters vs Red Abalone

Planning Wildlife Friendly Roads

Strip Mines: Aligning Reclamation with Conservation

Book Marks

BOOK REVIEWS Print Only

From Readers

YOUR LETTERS AND COMMENTS Print Only

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