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Table of Contents: Volume 6, Issue 1

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Editorial
A Kaleidoscope of Change
Carl Folke and Lance Gunderson
Research
Teaching and Learning Ecological Modeling over the Web: a Collaborative Approach
Alexey Voinov
Priority Areas for Establishing National Forests in the Brazilian Amazon
Adalberto Veríssimo, Mark A Cochrane, Carlos Souza Jr., and Rodney Salomão
A Fractal Landscape Realizer for Generating Synthetic Maps
William Hargrove, Forrest M Hoffman, and Paul M Schwartz
A Framework for Evaluating Land Use Planning Alternatives: Protecting Biodiversity on Private Land
David Theobald and N. Thompson Hobbs
Habitat Shape, Species Invasions, and Reserve Design: Insights from Simple Models
Graeme Cumming
On Spatial Resolution in Habitat Models: Can Small-scale Forest Structure Explain Capercaillie Numbers?
Ilse Storch
Estimating Resilience Across Landscapes
Garry D Peterson
A Theoretical Approach to Tourism Sustainability
Renato Casagrandi and Sergio Rinaldi
Contribution of Inbreeding to Extinction Risk in Threatened Species
Barry W Brook, David W Tonkyn, Julian J O'Grady, and Richard Frankham
Insight
ConserveOnline and Fortaleza: Sharing Conservation Success and Failure on the Internet
Jonathan Adams, Carrie Brugger, Yi-Lun Ding, and Marlon Flores
A Near-extinction Event in Lynx: Do Microsatellite Data Tell the Tale?
Goran Spong and Linda Hellborg
Patch Size and Population Density: the Effect of Immigration Behavior
Jeff Bowman, Naomi Cappuccino, and Lenore Fahrig
Resilience Management in Social-ecological Systems: a Working Hypothesis for a Participatory Approach
Brian Walker, Stephen R Carpenter, John M Anderies, Nick Abel, Graeme Cumming, Marco A Janssen, Louis Lebel, Jon Norberg, Garry D Peterson, and Rusty Pritchard
Synthesis
Biological Invasion Risks and the Public Good: an Economic Perspective
Charles Perrings, Mark Williamson, Edward B Barbier, Doriana Delfino, Silvana Dalmazzone, Jason Shogren, Peter Simmons, and Andrew Watkinson
Landcare on the Poverty-Protection Interface in an Asian Watershed
Dennis P Garrity, Victor B Amoroso, Samuel Koffa, Delia Catacutan, Gladys Buenavista, Paul Fay, and William Dar
Human-caused Disturbance Stimuli as a Form of Predation Risk
Alejandro Frid and Lawrence M Dill
Panthers and Forests in South Florida: an Ecological Perspective
E. Jane Comiskey, Oron L Bass, Jr., Louis J Gross, Roy T McBride, and Rene Salinas
Book Review
Gardner, R. H., W. M. Kemp, V. S. Kennedy, and J. E. Petersen, editors. 2001. Scaling Relations in Experimental Ecology. Columbia University Press, New York, NY, USA
Beatrix E Beisner
Response
Acceptance, Rejection, and the Tightening Feedback Loop
A response to: Holling. 2001. “Conservation Ecology, 2001: A Journal for Both Authors and Readers”
Wayne Tyson
Beyond Academia
A response to: Costanza. 2000. “Visions of Alternative (Unpredictable) Futures and Their Use in Policy Analysis”
Tom Elliott
Questionable Methods
A response to: Gutman et al. 2001. “Biomass Partitioning Following Defoliation of Annual and Perennial Mediterranean Grasses”
Gary Jones
Our Paper on "Biomass Partitioning Following Defoliation of Annual and Perennial Mediterranean Grasses"
A response to: Jones. 2002. “Questionable Methods”
Mario Gutman
The Context of Grassland Defoliation
A response to: Gutman et al. 2001. “Biomass Partitioning Following Defoliation of Annual and Perennial Mediterranean Grasses”
Jeffrey Fehmi
Getting a Purchase on Social Values: Further Commentary on Sustainability, A Marketing Perspective
A response to: Whiteman. 1999. “Sustainability for the Planet: A Marketing Perspective”
Peter Bromley
Scaling Natal Dispersal Distances: Confounding Factors
A response to: Sutherland et al. 2000. “Scaling of Natal Dispersal Distances in Terrestrial Birds and Mammals”
Audrey L Mayer, Kenneth J Petren, Alicia Shelton, Michael J Cramer, Brian Keane, Jeffrey Markert, Ben Heath, Eric Maurer, J. Andrew Roberts, and Brandon Tonnis
More Globally Coordinated Approach Needed to Control Aliens
A response to: Perrings et al. 2002. “Biological Invasion Risks and the Public Good: an Economic Perspective”
Ross Chapman
Overlooked "Keystone" Ideas
A response to: Rowe. 2001. “In Search of Intelligent Life ...”
Wayne Tyson
Conservation of Places Versus Processes
A response to: Rowe. 2001. “In Search of Intelligent Life ...”
Kevin Trimble
The Kyoto Protocol Is Cost-effective
A response to: Holling and Somerville. 1998. “Impacts on Canadian Competitiveness of International Climate Change Mitigation”
Marino Gatto, Andrea Caizzi, Luca Rizzi, and Giulio A De Leo
Gender Economics of the Kyoto Protocol
A response to: Gatto et al. 2002. “The Kyoto Protocol Is Cost-effective”
Neha Pandey
Sustainability Science for Tropical Forests
A response to: Elmqvist et al. 2001. “Tropical Forest Reorganization after Cyclone and Fire Disturbance in Samoa: Remnant Trees as Biological Legacies”
Deep Narayan Pandey
Building Bridges across the Gap
A response to: Stilgoe. 2001. “Some Reservations about the Gap Concept”
Philip Hoffman
The Unexpected Result Is Not Always a Failure
A response to: Dawe et al. 2000. “Marsh Creation in a Northern Pacific Estuary: Is Thirteen Years of Monitoring Vegetation Dynamics Enough?”
Ron Fink
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