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TESST 5   
TESST 5   
Conservation Biology   
Its Scope and Its Challenge
Reconstructed Dynamics of Rapid Extinctions of Chaparral-Requiring Birds in Urban Habitat Islands   
Trophic Downgrading of Planet Earth   
Connecting natural landscapes using a landscape permeability model to prioritize   
conservation activities in the United States
Biogeography and Distribution of the Reptiles and Amphibians   
Islands in the Gulf of California, Mexico
Eridiphas slevini (Tanner) on Cerralvo Island, Gulf of California, Mexico   
Michael E. Soulé
Aspects of Thermoregulation in Nine Species of Lizards from Baja California   
Phenetics of Natural Populations. III.   
Variation in Insular Populations of a Lizard
The "Niche-Variation" Hypothesis   
A Test and Alternatives
A Comment on the Letter by Van Valen and Grant   
Phenetics of Natural Populations. II   
Asymmetry and Evolution in a Lizard
Genetic Variation in Marine Fishes as a Test of the Niche-Variation Hypothesis   
Evolutionary Genetics of Insular Adriatic Lizards   
Anolis Lizards of the Eastern Caribbean: A Case Study in Evolution. I.   
Genetic Relationships, Phylogeny, and Colonization Sequence of the Roquet Group
On the Methodology of Geographic Variation Analysis   
The Epistasis Cycle   
A Theory of Marginal Populations
Genetic Variation in Side-Blotched Lizards on Islands in the Gulf of California   
Overdominance and U-shaped gene frequency distributions   
Habitat Values and Endemicity in the Vanishing Rain Forests of Sri Lanka   
The Relationships of the Anolis cristatellus Species Group   
Electrophoretic Analysis
Allomeric Variation. 1. The Theory and Some Consequences   
Allomeric Variation. 2. Developmental Instability of Extreme Phenotypes   
A Case of Stress Related Heterozygote Superiority in Nature   
Genetical Conservation of Exploited Fishes.   
Conservation in the real world   
Real conserve or conservation-as-usual.
Issues on the preservation of biological diversity.   
Conservation of the Stephens' Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys stephensi)   
Planning for Persistence
Theory and the Strategy   
What Is Conservation Biology?   
A new synthetic discipline addresses the dynamics and problems of perturbed species, communities, and ecosystems
What Do Genetics and Ecology Tell Us About the Design of Nature Reserves?   
The Social Siege of Nature   
Conservation: Tactics for a Constant Crisis   
The real work of systematics.   
The onslaught of alien species and other challenges in the coming decades.   
Mind In The Biosphere; Mind Of The Biosphere   
Occurrence Patterns of Bird Species in Habitat Fragments   
Sampling, Extinction, and Nested Species Subsets
Land Use Planning and Wildlife Maintenance   
Guidelines for Conserving Wildlife in an Urban Landscape
The theory of wildlife corridor capability   
The Effects of Habitat Fragmentation on Chaparral Plants and Vertebrates   
Conservation Genetics and Conservation Biology   
a Troubled Marriage
Ten years ago, ten years from now   
summary remarks for the symposium
The social and public health implications of global warming and the onslaught of alien species   
Phenetics of natural populations V   
Genetic correlates of phenotypic variation in the pocket gopher (Thomomys bottae) in California.
The Keystone-Species Concept in Ecology and Conservation   
Audubon: 100 Years of Conservation   
Champions of Conservation
Directions in conservation biology: Comments on Caughley.   
Independent scientific review in natural resource management.   
No need to isolate genetics.   
Why We Need Megareserves   
Large Scale Reserve Networks and How to Design Them
The Policy and Science of Regional Conservation   
Should Wilderness Be Managed?   
Human Alteration of Food Webs   
Research Priorities for Conservation and Management
Conservation Biology Research   
Its Challenges and Contexts
What Is Environmental Studies?   
The Role of Large Mammals in US Forests   
The Wildlands Project   
An Affirmative Response to a Creeping Crisis
Mesopredator release and avifaunal extinctions in a fragmented system   
Conserving nature at regional and continental scales   
A conservation biology program for the new millennium.
Extinction and colonization of birds on habitat islands.   
Ecological effectiveness   
Conservation goals for interactive species.
Place-Based Ecosystem Management in the Open Ocean   
Re-wilding North America   
On the climatic determination of scale size in a lizard.   
Giant Moths and Doing No Harm   
Conservation Biology and the "Real World"   
Biodiversity Indicators   
Taking nature's temperature
The Buckshot Bodhisatva   
An eco-warrior finds the dharma, opens his heart, and goes hunting
Selection in Captive Populations   
The role of connectivity in Australian conservation   
Conservation Biology in the Twenty-first Century: Summary and Outlook   
Raising the Bar   
Where Do We Go From Here?   
The Importance of Large Carnivores to Healthy Ecosystems   
Does Sustainable Development Help Nature?   
Evaluating the role of the Dingo as a Trophic Regulator in Australian Ecosystems   
Austral Ecology, 32: 492-501. 2007
Pleistocene Rewilding: an Optimistic Agenda for 21st Century Conservation   
The American Naturalist: 168: 660-81. 2006
The Wildlands Project   
its Method and Agenda
What do we really know about extinction?   
Using focal species in the design of nature reserve networks.   
The effects of habitat fragmentation on chaparral plants and vertebrates.   
Rewilding and biodiversity   
complementary tools for continental conservation.
Getting from here to there.   
Evolution's End.   
An unflinching vision   
networks of people defending networks of lands
A pH/UV-B synergism in amphibians.   
A California rescue plan.   
Saving Species versus Saving Ecosystems   
Is There a Conflict?
unanswered questions
A vision for the meantime.   
Population viability analysis?   
Conservation biology today   
the most pressing questions.
Thresholds for survival   
criteria for maintenance of fitness and evolutionary potential.
Application of genetics and population biology   
The what, where and how of nature reserves.
The relationships of the Puerto Rican Anolis   
Electrophoretic and karyotypic studies.
Stock Identification studies on dungeness crabs, Cancer magister.   
Genetic aspects of ecosystem conservation.   
Heterozygosity and developmental stability   
another look.
Benign neglect   
A model of faunal collapse in the game reserves of East Africa.
Effect of p, p' -DDT on developmental stability of pectoral fin rays in Leuresthes tenuis   
Asymmetry analysis in fishes   
A possible statistical indicator of environmental stress.
Island Lizards   
the genetic-phenetic variation correlation
Competitive exclusion between insular Lacerta species (Sauria, Lacertidae)   
Notes on experimental introductions.
Minimum viable populations   
Processes of Species Extinction
Conservation Targets   
Do They Help?
Phenetics of Natural Populations. IV   
IV. The population asymmetry parameter in the butterfly Coenonympha tullia
Body temperatures of quiescent Sator grandaevus in nature   
The Variation Problem   
The Gene Flow-Variation Hypothesis
Relationship between the energetic cost of burrowing & genetic variability among populations of the   
pocket gopher, T. bottae: does physiological fitness correlate with genetic variability?
Phenetics of Natural Populations. I   
Phenetic Relationships of Insular Populations of the Side-Blotched Lizard
Trends in the insular radiation of a lizard   
Reptilian thermoregulation (a critique),   
Response of Rodents to Habitat Fragmentation in Coastal Southern California   
Strongly Interacting Species   
Conservation Policy, Management, and Ethics
The Millenium Ark   
How Long a Voyage, How Many Staterooms, How Many Passengers?
The Victorian Forestry Roundtable Meeting   
A discussion of transitions to sustainability in Victorian forests
Lag times in population explosions of invasive species:   
Causes and implications
A Mission-Driven Discipline   
The Growth of Conservation Biology
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