"A rich man's paradise': constitutional preservation of New York state's Adirondack forest, a centenary consideration
- Battle for the prairie Bilger, Burkhard // Earthwatch: The Journal of Earthwatch Institute;Jul/Aug1992, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p16
No abstract available.
- A Note From the Editor�. Campbell, Marilyn F. // Illinois Audubon;Spring2012, Issue 320, p4
An introduction is presented in which the editor states that the Illinois Audubon is the only regularly published state-wide magazine on conservation and natural history and invites readers to submit articles and share comments and ideas for future issues.
- On the northern fringe of the South American temperate forest: the history and conservation of the monkey-puzzle tree Aagesen, David L. // Environmental History;Jan1998, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p64
Indigenous to border areas of central and southern Argentina and Chile, the monkey-puzzle tree produced nuts that were a staple for the Araucano Indians. The tree also provides symbolic and spiritual sustenance for the Araucano. In historic times, the trees have been logged, often for use in...
- Behind the Waterfall Mitchell, John G. // Wilderness (07366477);Fall1983, Vol. 47 Issue 162, p4
No abstract available.
- The Greening of Pesticide-Environment Interactions: Some Personal Observations. Casida, John E. // Environmental Health Perspectives;Apr2012, Vol. 120 Issue 4, p487
Background: Pesticide-environment interactions are bidirectional. The environment alters pesticides by metabolism and photodegradation, and pesticides in turn change the environment through nontarget or secondary effects Objectives: Approximately 900 currently used commercial pesticides of...
- New from Sierra Club books. // Sierra;Nov/Dec97, Vol. 82 Issue 6, p79
Offers a list of books on nature conservation and natural history, available from the Sierra Club Store as of November 1997. Includes `Adventuring in the California Desert,' by Lynn Foster; `The Case Against the Global Economy,' edited by Jerry Mander and Edward Goldsmith; `Turning Away From...
- Paul B. Sears: The Role of Ecology in Conservation. DISINGER, JOHN F. // Ohio Journal of Science;Sep2009, Vol. 109 Issue 4/5, p88
Paul B. Sears made his mark in four interrelated fields: botany, natural history, ecology and conservation. His personal commitment to, and academic and professional competence in plant sciences paved the way to a rigorous analysis of the intricate interrelationships among living things and...
- AMERICAN SAMOA AND EASTER ISLAND. Quanchi, Max // Atlas of the Pacific Islands;2002, p56
This article presents information on the social history of Easter Island. Easter Island also shows the results of damage to the environment. The society that flourished on Easter Island from the year 400 onwards gradually used all the island's natural resources. The civilization collapsed as a...
- LETTERS. Handy, Elsie Thornton; Young, Sally; Moore, Nancy Homer; Kesselman, Steve; Hartley, Ruskin // Humboldt Historian;Summer2011, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p6
Several letters to the editor are presented dealing with such topics as subscriptions to the journal, childhood in Crannell, California, and the preservation of California's redwoods.