Terrestrial ecoregions of North America : a conservation assessment /

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Other Authors: Ricketts, Taylor H.
Format: Book
Published: Washington, D.C. : Island Press, c1999.
Table of Contents:
  • A conservation assessment of the terrestrial ecoregions of Mexico: a status report ; Habitat loss in North America fuels species extinctions / D.M. Olson
  • Do freshwater ecoregion boundaries correlate with terrestrial? / R. Abell
  • Defining marine ecoregions of the Pacific Continental United States / R.G. Ford
  • Caribou migrations and calving grounds: globally outstanding ecological phenomena / A. Gunn
  • Reconnecting grizzly bear populations in fragmented landscapes / S. Primm, E. Underwood
  • Multiscale analysis of endemism of vascular plant species / J. Kartesz and A. Farstad
  • Ecosystem and species diversity beneath our feet / D. Culver
  • Keeping the cows off: conserving riparian areas in the American West / T.L. Fleischner
  • Saving migratory songbirds ; The most threatened birds of continental North America / S. Robinson
  • Fire exclusion in the eastern ecoregions of the United States and Canada / A. Weakley
  • Exotic vascular plant species: where do they occur? / J. Kartesz
  • Conservation threats moving northward into Canada / K. Kavanagh, A. Hackman
  • Conservation assessments: a synthesis / R.F. Noss
  • Globally outstanding biodiversity in our own backyard / E. Dinerstein, D.M. Olson
  • Getting ahead of the cutting cycles: what happens when the trees grow back? / G. Orians
  • Diverse forest ecoregions of North America: their protected status and importance in forest certification / D. DellaSala
  • The conservation potential of military bases and related installations / S. Gatewood, R. Mondt.