Table of Contents: Volume 5, Issue 2
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A New Phase
Introduction to the Special Feature: Educating for Integration and Sustainability
Research to Integrate Productivity Enhancement, Environmental Protection, and Human Development
The Adaptive Decision-Making Process as a Tool for Integrated Natural Resource Management: Focus, Attitudes, and Approach
Biomass Partitioning Following Defoliation of Annual and Perennial Mediterranean Grasses
Finding a PATH toward Scientific Collaboration: Insights from the Columbia River Basin
Cumulative Effects of Barriers on the Movements of Forest Birds
Tropical Forest Reorganization after Cyclone and Fire Disturbance in Samoa: Remnant Trees as Biological Legacies
Assessing the Performance of Natural Resource Systems
Adapting Science to Adaptive Managers: Spidergrams, Belief Models, and Multi-agent Systems Modeling
Spatial Modeling of Risk in Natural Resource Management
Fuzzy Philosophy: A Foundation for Interneted Ecology?
GPS and GIS Methods in an African Rain Forest: Applications to Tropical Ecology and Conservation
Design and Analysis of Conservation Projects in Latin America: an Integrative Approach to Training
Lessons from the Physics Education Reform Effort
Integrated Natural Resource Management: Approaches and Lessons from the Himalaya
Rediscovering Rites of Passage: Education, Transformation, and the Transition to Sustainability
Delivering the Goods: Scaling out Results of Natural Resource Management Research
Integrating Research on Food and the Environment: an Exit Strategy from the Rational Fool Syndrome in Agricultural Science
Success Factors in Integrated Natural Resource Management R&D: Lessons from Practice
The Reflective Practitioner: Learning and Teaching in Community-based Forest Management
Adapting to Climate Change: Social-Ecological Resilience in a Canadian Western Arctic Community
Assessing Viability and Sustainability: a Systems-based Approach for Deriving Comprehensive Indicator Sets
Blending Hard and Soft Science: the Follow-the-Technology Approach to Catalyzing and Evaluating Technology Change
Reflections on Integration, Interaction, and Community: the Science One Program and Beyond
Assessing the Impact of Integrated Natural Resource Management: Challenges and Experiences
Negotiation Support Models for Integrated Natural Resource Management in Tropical Forest Margins
The Question of Scale in Integrated Natural Resource Management
Coughenour, C. M., and S. Chamala. 2000. Conservation Tillage and Cropping Innovation: Constructing the New Culture of Agriculture. Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa, USA.
Cronk, Q. C. B., and J. L. Fuller. 2001. Plant Invaders: the Threat to Natural Ecosystems. Earthscan Publications, London, UK.
G. Gigerenzer, P. M. Todd, and the ABC Research Group. 2000. Simple Heuristics That Make Us Smart. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.
Barraclough, S. L., and K. B. Ghimire. 2000. Agricultural Expansion and Tropical Deforestation: Poverty, International Trade and Land Use. Earthscan, Sterling, Virginia, USA
Crucial Distinctions: Process and Product
A response to: Sandhu. 2001. “Fixed Visions and Visionaries”
Some Reservations about the Gap Concept
A response to: Bradshaw and Borchers. 2000. “Uncertainty as Information: Narrowing the Science-policy Gap”
In Search of Intelligent Life ...
A response to: Ludwig. 2001. “ Crisis and Transformation”
Path Dependence as an Example of a Dysfunctional Panarchy
A response to: Henderson. 2001. “Path Dependence, Escaping Sustained Yield”
Conservation of Native Pollinators via Honeybee Conservation
A response to: Cane and Tepedino. 2001. “Causes and Extent of Declines among Native North American Invertebrate Pollinators: Detection, Evidence, and Consequences”
Levin Has It Right
A response to: Levin. 2001. “Immune Systems and Ecosystems”
Ecology and Society. ISSN: 1708-3087