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Table of Contents: Volume 7, Issue 1

Toward a “Science of the Long View”
Lance Gunderson and Carl Folke
Considering Other Consumers: Fisheries, Predators, and Atlantic Herring in the Gulf of Maine
Andrew J Read and Carrie R Brownstein
Urban Bird Diversity and Landscape Complexity: Species–environment Associations Along a Multiscale Habitat Gradient
Stephanie Melles, Susan M Glenn, and Kathy Martin
Weed Control as a Rationale for Restoration: The Example of Tallgrass Prairie
Dana M Blumenthal, Nicholas R Jordan, and Elizabeth L Svenson
Modeling the Geography of Migratory Pathways and Stopover Habitats for Neotropical Migratory Birds
Roger Tankersley, Jr. and Kenneth Orvis
Managing the Cumulative Impacts of Land Uses in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin: A Modeling Approach
Richard, R. Schneider, J. Brad Stelfox, Stan Boutin, and Shawn Wasel
Cultural Landscapes as a Methodology for Understanding Natural Resource Management Impacts in the Western United States
Rebecca S Toupal
Electronic Field Guides and User Communities in the Eco-informatics Revolution
R. D. Stevenson, William A Haber, and Robert Morris
An HTML-based Concept Model of the Dry Savanna Woodland Ecosystem for Teaching and Learning
Friedrich Patrick Graz
Resilience of Past Landscapes: Resilience Theory, Society, and the Longue Durée
Charles L Redman and Ann P Kinzig
Book Review
Hof, J. G., and M. Bevers. 2002. Spatial Optimization in Ecological Applications. Columbia University Press, New York, New York, USA
Michael McCarthy
Brookfield, H. 2001. Exploring Agrodiversity. Columbia University Press, New York, New York, USA.
Oliver T Coomes
Downes, B. J., et al. 2002. Monitoring Ecological Impacts: Concepts and Practice in Flowing Waters. Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, USA.
Amina Pollard
Egan, D., and E.A. Howell, editors. 2001. The Historical Ecology Handbook: a Restorationist's Guide to Reference Ecosystems. Island Press, Washington. D. C., USA
Jeanine Pfeiffer and Erin Espeland
Apollonio, S. 2002. Hierarchical Perspectives on Marine Complexities: Searching for Systems in the Gulf of Maine. Complexity in Ecological Systems Series. Columbia University Press, New York, New York, USA.
Tim Essington
Examples Help Demonstrate the Mechanisms Underlying the Development of Solutions
A response to: Perrings et al. 2002. “Biological Invasion Risks and the Public Good: an Economic Perspective”
Pedro E Gundel
Child Participation for Conservation of Species and Ecosystems
A response to: Folke and Gunderson. 2002. “A Kaleidoscope of Change”
Pushp Deep Pandey
Much More than Ecological Scale and “Nature Knowing Best” Hiding in Environmental Decisions
A response to: Hull et al. 2002. “Assumptions about Ecological Scale and Nature Knowing Best Hiding in Environmental Decisions”
Stan Rowe
Beyond the Interventionist-Preservationist Duality
A response to: Rowe. 2003. “Much More than Ecological Scale and “Nature Knowing Best” Hiding in Environmental Decisions”
R. Bruce Hull, David P Robertson, and Gregory J Buhyoff
Stakeholders in Social-Ecological Systems
A response to: Walker et al. 2002. “Resilience Management in Social-ecological Systems: a Working Hypothesis for a Participatory Approach”
Barry R Noon
Lack of Agreement on Fragmentation Metrics Blurs Correspondence between Fragmentation Experiments and Predicted Effects
A response to: Bissonette and Storch. 2002. “Fragmentation: Is the Message Clear?”
Jan Bogaert
Fire History of Montana de Oro State Park
A response to: Odion and Tyler. 2002. “Are Long Fire-free Periods Needed to Maintain the Endangered, Fire-recruiting Shrub Arctostaphylos morroensis(Ericaceae)?”
David Jefford Ward
Redefining Ecology
A response to: Hull et al. 2002. “Assumptions about Ecological Scale and Nature Knowing Best Hiding in Environmental Decisions”
David Jefford Ward
Step Function versus Exponential Distribution
A response to: Keitt et al. 1997. “Detecting Critical Scales in Fragmented Landscapes”
Donald Robinson
Adapative Management and Trial-and-Error Learning
A response to: Lee. 1999. “Appraising Adaptive Management”
Brett Stansfield
Linking Keystone Species and Functional Groups: A New Operational Definition of the Keystone Species Concept
Robert D Davic
Online Publication Enhances Integration of Current Research in the Classroom
A response to: Cumming. 2002. “Habitat Shape, Species Invasions, and Reserve Design: Insights from Simple Models”
C. Ashton Drew and George R Hess
Ecology and Society. ISSN: 1708-3087