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Table of Contents: Volume 1, Issue 1

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Editorial
The Inaugural Issue of Conservation Ecology
C. S. Holling
Research
Detecting Critical Scales in Fragmented Landscapes
Timothy Keitt, Dean L Urban, and Bruce T Milne
Automated Techniques for the Qualitative Analysis of Ecological Models: Continuous Models
Lynn van Coller
The Relations Among Threatened Species, Their Protection, and Taboos
Johan Colding and Carl Folke
Insight
Sustainability, Stability, and Resilience
Don Ludwig, Brian Walker, and C. S. Holling
Using Ants as bioindicators: Multiscale Issues in Ant Community Ecology
Alan Andersen
Perspective
Advocacy, Science, Policy, and Life in the Real World
Gordon Baskerville
Synthesis
Resilience and Restoration of Lakes
Stephen R Carpenter and Kathryn L Cottingham
The Multifaceted Aspects of Ecosystem Integrity
Giulio A De Leo and Simon A Levin
Commentary
Commentary on Gordon Baskerville's Perspective
A response to: Baskerville. 1997. “Advocacy, Science, Policy, and Life in the Real World”
Jerry Franklin
Commentary on Gordon Baskerville's Perspective
A response to: Baskerville. 1997. “Advocacy, Science, Policy, and Life in the Real World”
Koichi Fujii
Commentary on Gordon Baskerville's Perspective
A response to: Baskerville. 1997. “Advocacy, Science, Policy, and Life in the Real World”
Gilberto C Gallopin
Management and the Problem of Scale
A response to: Baskerville. 1997. “Advocacy, Science, Policy, and Life in the Real World”
Simon A Levin
Bridging the Gap between Ecology and Resource Management
A response to: Baskerville. 1997. “Advocacy, Science, Policy, and Life in the Real World”
Ron Pulliam
Commentary on Gordon Baskerville's Perspective
A response to: Baskerville. 1997. “Advocacy, Science, Policy, and Life in the Real World”
Brian Walker
Scientific Responsibility and Responsible Ecology
A response to: Baskerville. 1997. “Advocacy, Science, Policy, and Life in the Real World”
John A Wiens
Young Scholars Dialogue
Ecology, Ethics, and Advocacy
Garry Peterson, Shealagh E Pope, Giulio Alessandro De Leo, Marco A Janssen, Jay R Malcolm, Jennifer M Parody, Greg Hood, and Malcolm North
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