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Ricketts, T., N. M. Williams, and M. M. Mayfield. 2005. Connectivity and ecosystem services. Pages In press in K. Cook and M. A. Sanjayan, eds. Connectivity conservation. Cambridge University Press.

Waser, N., and M. M. Mayfield. 2005. Introductory remarks to section iv: Applications in agriculture and conservation. Pages In Press. in N. Waser and J. Ollerton, eds. Specialization and generalization in plant-pollinator interactions. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

2004


Boggs, C. L., and M. Nieminen. 2004. Checkerspot reproductive biology. Pages 92-111 in P. R. Ehrlich and I. Hanksi, eds. On the wings of checkerspots: A model system for population biology. Oxford University Press.

Brosi, B. J., G. Daily, and F. Davis. 2004. The conservation value of human-dominated countryside. Pages xx-xx in D. G. F. Davis, G. Heal, and M. Scott, ed. The endangered species act at thirty: Lessons and prospects.

Daily, G. C. 2004. Countryside biogoegraphy. Pages In press in G. K. Meffe, C. R. Caroll, and M. Groom, eds. Principles of conservation biology. Sinauer Associates, Inc, Sunderland, MA.

Díaz, S., D. Tilman, J. Fargione, T. Chapin, G. Daily, R. Dirzo, M. Galetti, B. Gemmil, D. Harvell, T. Kitzberger, B. Laurance, R. Naylor, C. Mitchell, A. Power, J. Pretty, M. Vilá, A. Wilby, and M. Zobel. 2004. Biodiversity regulation of ecosystem services. Pages Chapter 12 in press. Condition working group assessment report. Island Press, Washington, DC.

Ehrlich, P. R., I. Hanski, and C. L. Boggs. 2004. What have we learned? Pages 288-300. in P. R. Ehrlich and I. Hanksi, eds. On the wings of checkerspots: A model system for population biology, Oxford University Press.

Fleishman, E., J. B. Dunham, P. F. Brussard, and D. D. Murphy. 2004. Explanation, prediction, and maintenance of native species richness and composition in the central great basin. in J. C. Chambers and J. R. Miller, eds. Great basin riparian ecosystems: Ecology, management, and restoration. Island Press.

Fox, J., G. C. Daily, A. Davis, and B. Thompson. 2004. Mitigation banking: Science, economics, and policy. Pages xx-xx in D. G. F. Davis, G. Heal, and M. Scott, ed. The endangered species act at thirty: Lessons and prospects.

Hanski, I., P. R. Ehrlich, M. Nieminen, D. D. Murphy, J. Hellmann, C. L. Boggs, and J. McLaughlin. 2004. Checkerspots and conservation biology. Pages 264-287 in P. R. Ehrlich and I. Hanksi, eds. On the wings of checkerspots: A model system for population biology. Oxford University Press.

Hanski, I., J. Hellmann, C. L. Boggs, and J. McLaughlin. 2004. Checkerspots as model systems in population ecology. Pages 245-263 in P. R. Ehrlich and I. Hanksi, eds. On the wings of checkerspots: A model system for population biology. Oxford University Press.

Hellmann, J., S. B. Weiss, A. E. Launer, J. F. McLaughlin, and P. R. Ehrlich. 2004. Structure and dynamics of edith's checkerspot populations. On the wings of butterflies: The population biology of checkerspots. Oxford University Press.

Kuussaari, M., S. van Nouhuys, J. Hellmann, and M. C. Singer. 2004. Larval biology. On the wings of butterflies: The population biology of checkerspots. Oxford University Press.

Moore, B. R., K. M. A. Chan, and M. J. Donoghue. 2004. Detecting diversification rate variation in supertrees. Pages 487-533 in O. R. P. Bininda-Emonds, ed. Phylogenetic supertrees. Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, Netherlands.

Purata, S. E., M. Chibnik, B. J. Brosi, and A. M. López-Gómez. 2004. Figuras de madera de bursera en oaxaca, mexico [bursera woodcarving in oaxaca, mexico]. Pages xx-xx. Productos forestales, medios de subsistencia y conservación: Estudios de caso sobre diversos sistemas de productos forestales no maderables, volumen 1 - latino america [forest products, means of subsistence and conservation: Case studies of diverse systems of non-timber forest products, volume 1 – latin america]. Center for International Forestry Research (cifor), Bogor, Indonesia.

Sacchari, I., C. L. Boggs, I. Hanski, and P. R. Ehrlich. 2004. Genetics of checkerspot populations. Pages 199-218 in P. R. Ehrlich and I. Hanski, eds. On the wings of butterflies: The population biology of checkerspots. Oxford University Press.

Wahlberg, N., P. R. Ehrlich, C. L. Boggs, and I. Hanski. 2004. Bay checkerspot and glanville fritillary compared with other species. Pages 219-244 in P. R. Ehrlich and I. Hanksi, eds. On the wings of checkerspots: A model system for population biology, Oxford University Press.


2003


Boggs, C. L. 2003. Environmental variation, life histories, and allocation. Pages 185-206 in C. L. Boggs, W. B. Watt, and P. R. Ehrlich, eds. Butterflies: Evolution and ecology taking flight. University of Chicago Press.

Daily, G. C., and K. Ellison. 2003. Understanding nature's services to societies. Pages Pp. 34-41 in in S. Waage, ed. Ants, galileo, and gandhi: Designing the future of business through nature, genius, and compassion. Greenleaf Publishing, Sheffield, U.K.

Ehrlich, P. R. 2003. Prologo. Pages 204 in G. Ceballos and F. Eccardi, eds. Animales de mexico en peligro de extincion. Fundacion Ingeniero Alejo Peralta y Diaz Ceballos, Mexico.

—. 2003. Foreword: Save the birds, save ourselves. Pages 518 in R. M. Chipley, G. H. Fenwick, M. J. Parr, and D. N. Pashley, eds. The american bird conservancy guide to the 500 most important bird areas in the united states. Random House Trade Paperbacks, New York.

—. 2003. Introduction: Butterflies, test systems, and biodiversity. Pages 1-6 in C. L. Boggs, W. B. Watt, and P. R. Ehrlich, eds. Butterflies: Ecology and evolution taking flight. University of Chicago Press, Chicago IL.

Ehrlich, P. R., and A. H. Ehrlich. 2003. Ecological perspectives on population. Pages 270-274 in P. Demeny and G. McNicoll, eds. Encyclopedia of population. Macmillan Reference USA, Thomson-Gale, New York.

Moore, B. R., K. M. A. Chan, and M. J. Donoghue. 2003. Detecting diversification rate variation in supertrees. Pages XX-XX in O. R. P. Bininda-Emonds, ed. Phylogenetic supertrees. Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, Netherlands.

Watt, W. B., and C. L. Boggs. 2003. Butterflies as model systems in ecology and evolution: Present and future. Pages 603-613 in C. L. Boggs, W. B. Watt, and P. R. Ehrlich, eds. Butterflies: Evolution and ecology taking flight. University of Chicago Press.

2002


Ceballos, G., and P. R. Ehrlich. 2002. Population extinction: A critical issue. Pages 86, 89 in P. R. Gill, ed. The red book: The extinction crisis face to face. CEMEX.

Ehrlich, A. H., and J. Salzman. 2002. Population. Pages 99-113 in J. Dernbach, ed. Stumbling toward sustainability. Enviromental Law Institute.

Ehrlich, P. R. 2002. Foreword: Rocky mountain high. Pages xix-xxii in J. S. Baron, ed. Rocky mountain futures: An ecological perspective. Island Press, Washington DC.

—. 2002. Keeping the blue planet habitable: A multidisciplinary challenge. Pages 119-129. A better future for the planet earth, vol. Ii. Asahi Glass Foundation, Tokyo, Japan.

—. 2002. Our environmental future. Pages 115-118. A better future for the planet earth, vol. Ii. Asahi Glass Foundation, Tokyo, Japan.

—. 2002. Foreword. Pages ix-xii in R. F. Dasmann, ed. Called by the wild. University of California Press.

Fleishman, E., D. D. Murphy, and P. Sjögren-Gulve. 2002. Modeling species richness and habitat suitability for species of conservation interest. Pages 507-517 in J. M. Scott, P. J. Heglund, M. Morrison, M. Raphael, J. Haufler, and B. Wall, eds. Predicting species occurrences: Issues of scale and accuracy. Island Press, Covello, California.

O’Connell-Rodwell, C. E., and R. Parry-Jones. 2002. An assessment of china’s management of trade in elephants and elephant products. Pages Pp 1-67. Traffic international, Cambridge, UK.

Ranganathan, J., and G. Daily. 2002. Carrying capacity. The encyclopedia of population. Macmillan Reference, USA.

Salzman, J., B. Thompson, and G. Daily. 2002. Protecting ecosystem services: Science, economics, and policy. in H. Doremus and R. Rosenberg, eds. Environmental policy law: Problems, cases, and readings. Foundation Press.

2001


Boggs, C. L. 2001. Species and speciation. Pages 14855-14861 in N. Smelser and P. Baltes, eds. International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences. Elsevier, Oxford.

Daily, G. 2001. Biography: Paul r. Ehrlich in R. Munn, H. Mooney, and P. Canadell, eds. Encyclopedia of global environmental change: Biological and ecological dimensions of global environmental change. John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, UK.

Daily, G., and S. Dasgupta. 2001. Ecosystem services. Pages 353-362. Encyclopedia of biodiversity. Academic Press, San Diego.

Ehrlich, A. H., P. Gleick, and K. Conca. 2001. Resources and environmental degradation as sources of conflict. Pages 108-138. 50th pugwash conference: Eliminating the causes of war, august 2000. Council of the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, Cambridge UK.

Ehrlich, P. R. 2001. La sistematica y la conservacion de la biodiversidad. Pages 381-400 in H. M. Hernandez, A. N. G. Aldrete, F. Alverez, and M. Ulloa, eds. Enfoques contemporaneos para el estudio de la biodiversidad. Instituto de Biologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico.

Niles, J. O., S. Brown, J.Pretty, A. Ball, and J. P. Fay. 2001. Potential carbon mitigation and income in developing countries from changes in use and management of agricultural and forest lands. Carbon, biodiversity, conservation and income: An analysis of a free market approach to land use change and forestry in developing and developed countries. Centre for Environment and Society, University of Essex.

Ricketts, T. H. 2001. Conservation biology and biodiversity. Encyclopedia of life sciences. MacMillan Reference Ltd., London.

2000


Daily, G. C. 2000. Biodiversity and happiness. Pages 227-239. Forces of change: A new view of nature. Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and the National Geographic Society, Washington, DC.

Ehrlich, P. R. 2000. Prólogo: Por qué preocuparnos de las aves de méxico? Pages 15-16 in G. Ceballos and L. M. Valdelamar, eds. Las aves de méxico en peligro de extinción. Instituto de Ecologia, Mexico.

—. 2000. Foreword. Pages ix-x. in C. Woodard, ed. Ocean's end: Travels through endangered seas. Basic Books, New York.

—. 2000. Cowbirds and bull-hockey. Pages vii-ix in J. Smith, et al., ed. Ecology and management of cowbirds and their hosts. University of Texas Press.

Ehrlich, P. R., and S. Alexander. 2000. Population and the environment. Pages 329-345 in W. G. Ernst, ed. Earth systems: Processes and issues. Cambridge University Press.

Ehrlich, P. R., and C. K. Kremen. 2000. Human impacts on ecosystems: An overview in S. Levin, ed. Encyclopedia of biodiversity. Academic Press, San Diego.

Fleishman, E., B. G. Jonsson, and P. Sjögren-Gulve. 2000. Focal species modeling for biodiversity conservation. Pages 85-99 in P. Sjögren-Gulve and T. Ebenhard, eds. The use of population viability analyses in conservation planning.

Hellmann, J. 2000. Species interactions in S. Levin, ed. Encyclopedia of biodiversity. Academic Press, San Diego.

Hellmann, J. J. 2000. Butterflies as model systems: Understanding the biological effects of climate change. Pages 93-126 in S. H. Schneider and T. L. Root, eds. Wildlife responses to climate change. Island Press, Washington, DC.

Hughes, J. B. 2000. Population diversity (overview). Encyclopedia of biodiversity. Academic Press.

Hughes, J. B., G. C. Daily, and P. R. Ehrlich. 2000. The loss of population diversity and why it matters. Pages 71-83. in P. H. Raven and T. Williams, eds. Nature and human society: The quest for a sustainable world. National Academy Press.

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Bailey, S.-A., R. H. Haines-Young, and C. Watkins. 1999. Habitat fragmentation in england's ancient woods: Implications for managing biodiversity in P. Dennis, ed. Heterogeneity in landscape ecology. IALE-UK, England.

Boggs, C. L., and J. Roughgarden. 1999. Evolution: Adaptation and environmental change. Pages 267-277 in W. G. Ernst, ed. Earth systems: Processes and issues. Cambridge Univ. Press.

—. 1999. Biodiversity: Result of speciation and extinction. Pages 255-266. in W. G. Ernst, ed. Earth systems: Processes and issues. Cambridge Univ. Press.

Kremen, C. K., K. Lance, I. Raymond, and A. D. Weiss. 1999. Monitoring natural resource use on the masoala peninsula, madagascar: A tool for managing integrated conservation and development projects. Pages 63-84 in K. Saterson, R. Margoluis, and N. Salafsky, eds. Measuring conservation impact: An interdisciplinary approach to project monitoring and evaluation. Biodiversity Support Program, Washington, D.C.

Daily, G. C. 1998. Biodiversity and the key to happiness. Forces of change. National Geographic Society.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1998. Foreword in D. Hunter, J. Salzman, and D. Zaelke, eds. International environmental law and policy. Foundation Press, New York.

Ehrlich, P. R., and A. H. Ehrlich. 1998. Foreword. Pages 8 in R. Ott, ed. Artists for nature in alaska's copper river delta. Wormer, The Netherlands.

Hughes, J. B. 1998. Limits to growth. Encyclopedia of global change. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Kremen, C. K., D. Lees, V. Razafimahatratra, and H. Raharitsimba. 1998. Biodiversity surveys in madagascan rain forest: Using butterfly indicators to evaluate the design of a new national park in W. Weber, A. Vedder, H. S. Morland, and L. W. T. Hart, eds. African rain forest ecology and conservation. Yale University Press.

Boggs, C. L. 1997. Resource allocation in variable environments: Comparing insects and plants. Pages 73-92 in F. Bazzaz and J. Grace, eds. Plant resource allocation. Academic Press.

Daily, G. C. 1997. Valuing and safeguarding earth's life-support systems. Pages 365-374 in G. C. Daily, ed. Nature's services: Societal dependence on natural ecosystems. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

—. 1997. Introduction: What are ecosystem services? Pages 1-10 in G. C. Daily, ed. Nature's services: Societal dependence on natural ecosystems. Island Press, Washington, DC.

Daily, G. C., P. A. Matson, and P. M. Vitousek. 1997. Ecosystem services supplied by soil. Pages 113-132 in G. C. Daily, ed. Nature's services: Societal dependence on natural ecosystems. Island Press, Washington, DC.

Ehrlich, A. H. 1997. Review of the 9 lives of population control. Pages 11-13 in M. Cormortie, ed. Ecofables/ecoscience.

—. 1997. Worldwide interdependence in ecological matters. Pages 38-53 in F. R. S. J. Rotblat, ed. World citizenship: Allegiance to humanity. St. Martin's Press, Inc.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1997. Presentacion: El venado: Plaga o recurso? Pages x-xi in C. Galindo-Leal and M. Weber, eds. El venado de la sierra madre occidental, Edicusa-Conabio, Mexico.

—. 1997. A world of wounds: Ecologists and the human dilemma in O. Kinne, ed. Excellence in ecology. Ecology Institute, Germany.

Ehrlich, P. R., and A. H. Ehrlich. 1997. The value of biodiversity. Pages 97-117 in P. Dasgupta, K.-G. Maler, and A. Vercelli, eds. The economics of transnational commons. Clarendon Press, New York.

Merenlender, A. M., C. L. Boggs, and D. D. Murphy. 1997. The role of insects in conservation management. Pages 105-112 in R. Dasmond, N. Chiariello, and R. Harris, eds. Proceedings of the central california coast biosphere reserve symposium. University of California Wildlands Press.

Mooney, H. A., and P. R. Ehrlich. 1997. Ecosystem services: A fragmentary history. Pages 11-19 in G. C. Daily, ed. Nature's services: Societal dependence on natural ecosystems. Island Press, Washington DC.

Naylor, R. L., and P. R. Ehrlich. 1997. Natural pest control services and agriculture. Pages 151-174 in G. C. Daily, ed. Nature's services: Societal dependence on natural ecosystems. Island Press, Washington DC.

Noon, B., K. McKelvey, and D. Murphy. 1997. Developing an analytical context for multispecies conservation planning. Pages 43-59 in S. T. A. Pickett, R. S. Ostfeld, M. Shachak, and G. E. Likens, eds. The ecological basis of conservation. Chapman and Hall, New York.

Alberti, M., and V. Bettini. 1996. Sistemi urbani e indicatori di sostenibilita in V. Bettini, ed. Elementi di analisi urbana, Einaudi, Toronto.

Ehrlich, A. H. 1996. Toward a sustainable global population. Pages 151-165 in D. C. Pirages, ed. Building sustainable societies: A blueprint for a post-industrial world. M.E. Sharpe, New York.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1996. Sociology at work: Paul ehrlich on the population explosion. Pages 510 in H. L. Tischler, ed. Introduction to sociology. Harcourt Brace College Publishers, New York.

Galindo-Leal, C. 1996. Presentation to: Ecology and conservation of the volcano rabbit (romerolagus diazi) and its habitat. in A. Velázquez, F. J. Romero, and J. Lopez-Paniagua, eds. Ediciones científicas universitarias. Fondo de Cultura Económica, México.

Galindo-Leal, C., and A. Velázquez. 1996. Recommendations for the conservation of the volcano rabbit. Pages 147-157 in A. Velázquez, F. J. Romero, and J. Lopez-Paniagua, eds. Ecology and conservation of the volcano rabbit (romerolagus diazi) and its habitat. Ediciones Científicas Universitarias. Fondo de Cultura Económica, México.

Alberti, M. 1995. Sustainable cities for europe in M. G. Conte, ed. Ambiente italia '95. Koine, Rome.

—. 1995. Europe's environment in D. Stanners and P. Bourdeau, eds. The dobris assessment. Earthscan, London.

Alberti, M., and S. Joffre. 1995. Environmental information and institution building for europe in J. Kamari, et al., ed. Proceedings of the 10th world clean air congress. The Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society, Helsinki, Espoo (Finland).

Alberti, M., and S. Joffre. 1995. Air quality and urban management in europe in J. Kamari, et al., ed. Proceedings of the 10th world clean air congress. The Finnish Air Pollution Prevention Society, Helsinki, Espoo (Finland).

Boggs, C. L. 1995. Male nutrient donation: Phenotypic consequences and evolutionary implications. Pages 215-242 in S. R. Leather and J. Hardie, eds. Insect reproduction. CRC Press, New York.

Bond, W. J., J. C. Castilla, G. Daily, J. A. Estes, J. Lubchenco, B. A. Menge, L. S. Mills, H. A. Mooney, R. T. Paine, M. Power, and D. Tilman. 1995. Keystone species: What are they and why do they matter? in V. H. Heywood, ed. Global biodiversity assessment. Cambridge University Press.

Bunnell, F. L., C. Galindo-Leal, and A. Alley-Chan. 1995. From wildlife management to conservation biology: A canadian perspective. Pages 138-142 in J. A. Bissonette and P. R. Krausman, eds. Integrating people and wildlife for a sustainable future. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, Maryland.

Daily, G. 1995. Population. Encyclopedia of climate and weather. Oxford Univ. Press, New York.

Daily, G., and P. R. Ehrlich. 1995. It is imperative to estimate the earth's carrying capacity. Pages 82-89 in C. F. Hohm, ed. Population: Opposing viewpoints. Greenhaven Press, Inc., San Diego, CA.

—. 1995. Population extinction and the biodiversity crisis. Pages 41-51 in C. Perrings, K. G. Maher, C. Folke, C. S. Holling, and B. O. Jansson, eds. Biodivesity conservation: Problems and policies. Kluwer Academic Press, Dordrecht.

Daily, G. C., and P. R. Ehrlich. 1995. Development, global change, and the epidemiological environment. Pages 1-44. Morrison institute for population and resource studies. Stanford University.

Ehrlich, A. 1995. Nuclear winter: Is rehabilitation possible? Pages 219-244 in J. John Cairns, ed. Rehabilitating damaged ecosystems. Lewis Publishers.

Ehrlich, A., and P. R. Ehrlich. 1995. Growing beyond our limits. Pages 181-182 in J. H. Gibbons, ed. Scientific american, triumph of discovery: A chronicle of great adventures in science. Henry Holt and Company, New York.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1995. Wild birds are in jeopardy. Audubon wild bird desk diary 1995. Macmillan Publishing Company, New York.

—. 1995. Population and environmental destruction. Pages 27-28 in H. W. Kendall, K. J. Arrow, N. E. Borlaug, P. R. Ehrlich, J. Lederberg, J. I. Vargas, R. T. Watson, and E. O. Wilson, eds. Third annual world bank conference on environmentally sustainable development. The World Bank, Washington DC.

—. 1995. The scale of the human enterprise and biodiversity loss. Pages 214-226 in J. H. Lawton and R. M. May, eds. Extinction rates. Oxford University Press, Oxford UK.

—. 1995. Forword: While there's time in A. J. Beattie, ed. Australia's biodiversity, living wealth. Reed Books, Australia.

—. 1995. Contest: Biodiversity and ecosystem services. Pages 282-285 in V. H. Heywood, ed. Global biodiversity assessment. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

—. 1995. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: Basic principles. Pages 282-285 in V. H. Heywood, ed. Global biodiversity assessment. Cambridge University Press, UNEP.

Holdren, J. P., G. C. Daily, and P. R. Ehrlich. 1995. The meaning of sustainability: Biogeophysical aspects. Pages 3-17 in M. Munasinghe and W. Shearer, eds. Defining and measuring sustainability: The biogeophysical foundations. The United Nations University and The World Bank, Washington, DC.

Smith, F. D. M., G. C. Daily, and P. R. Ehrlich. 1995. Human population dynamics and biodiversity loss in T. M. Swanson, ed. The economics and ecology of biodiversity decline: The forces driving global change. Cambridge University Press.

Boggs, C. L. 1994. The role of resource allocation in understanding reproductive patterns. Pages 25-33 in S. R. Leather, et al, ed. Individuals, populations and patterns in ecology. Intercept Press, Andover, UK.

Ehrlich, A. H. 1994. Building a sustainable food system in P. B. Smith, S. Okoye, J. d. Wilde, and P. Deshingkar, eds. The world at the crossroad: Towards a sustainable, equitable and liveable world, Earthscan, London.

Ehrlich, A. H., and P. R. Ehrlich. 1994. Simple simon environmental analysis. Pages 26-27 in J. G. T. Miller, ed. Living in the environment: Principles, connections, and solutions. Wadsworth Publishing Company, Belmont CA.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1994. Pledge number 107. Pages 132 in J. F. Ince, ed. The earth pledge book. Timely Visons Publishing Co., Sausalito CA.

—. 1994. Human population growth and global change. Pages 119-146 in D. D. Caron, et. al., ed. Ecological and social dimensions of global change. Institute of International Studies, University of California, Berkeley CA, Berkeley CA.

—. 1994. Forward: Uncertainty and insurance. Pages xv-xviii in R. Samuels and D. K. Prasad, eds. Global warming and the built environment. E & FN Spon, London.

—. 1994. Ecological economics and the carrying capacity of earth. Pages 39-56 in A. Jansson, M. Hammer, C. Folke, and R. Costanza, eds. Investing in natural capital. Island Press, Washington DC.

—. 1994. Ecological economics. Pages 109-116 in L. D. Farnsworth, ed. World affairs journal: A compendium. Los Angeles World Affairs Council, Los Angeles.

—. 1994. The bottom line: Human population control. Pages 546-547 in G. K. Meffe and C. R. Carroll, eds. Principles of conservation biology. Sinauer Associates, Inc., Sunderland MA.

Ehrlich, P. R., and A. H. Ehrlich. 1994. Simple simon environmental analysis. Pages 22-23 in J. G. T. Miller, ed. Environmental science: Working with the earth. Wadsworth Publishing Co., Belmont CA.

—. 1994. Preface. Pages xiii-xiv in V. Harms, ed. The national audubon society almanac of the environment: The ecology of everyday life. G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York.

Noon, B. R., and D. D. Murphy. 1994. Management of the spotted owl: The interaction of science, policy, politics and litigation. Pages 380-388 in G. K. Meffe and C. R. Carroll, eds. Principles of conservation biology. Sinauer Associates, Inc, Massachusetts.

Daily, G. C. 1993. Social constraints on restoration ecology. Pages 9-16 in D. A. Saunders, R. J. Hobbs, and P. R. Ehrlich, eds. Nature conservation iii: Reconstruction of fragmented ecosystems. Surrey Beatty & Sons, Perth, Australia.

Ehrlich, A. H., and P. R. Ehrlich. 1993. A population policy for the super-consumers. Pages 138-139 in P. H. Raven, L. R. Berg, and G. B. Johnson, eds. Environment. Saunders College Publishing.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1993. Foreword: Biodiversity and ecosystem function - need we know more? Pages vii-x in E.-D. Schulze and H. A. Mooney, eds. Biodiversity and ecosystem function. Springer-Verlag.

—. 1993. The scale of the human enterprise. Pages 3-8 in D. A. Saunders, R. J. Hobbs, and P. R. Ehrlich, eds. Nature conservation 3: Reconstruction of fragmented ecosystems. Surrey Beatty & Sons, Midland, Australia.

—. 1993. Communication: How can ecologists get their message out? in D. A. Saunders, R. J. Hobbs, and P. R. Ehrlich, eds. Nature conservation 3: Reconstruction of fragmented ecosystems. Surrey Beatty & Sons, Midland, Australia.

Ehrlich, P. R., and A. H. Ehrlich. 1993. Population and environment: World population crisis. Pages 285-289 in K. Finsterbusch and J. S. Schwartz, eds. Sources: Notable selections in sociology. Dushkin Publishing Group.

—. 1993. The most overpopulated nation: Population count should include affluence. Pages 230-231. Greater los angeles green pages: The local handbook for planet maintenance. Green Media Group, Berkeley.

Ehrlich, P. R., C. Heller, and D. Pimentel. 1993. Animal responses at the organism level. Pages 24-25 in J. R. Kercher, H. A. Mooney, and G. R. Grow, eds. Research agenda for ecological effects of nuclear winter. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore CA.

Myers, N., P. R. Ehrlich, and A. H. Ehrlich. 1993. The human population problem: As explosive as ever. Pages 270-281 in N. Polunin and J. Burnett, eds. Surviving with the biosphere. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh UK.

Saunders, D. A., R. J. Hobbs, and P. R. Ehrlich. 1993. Reconstruction of fragmented ecosystems: Problems and possibilities. Pages 305-313 in D. A. Saunders, R. J. Hobbs, and P. R. Ehrlich, eds. Nature conservation 3: Reconstruction of fragmented ecosystems. Surrey Beatty & Sons, Midland, Australia.

Saunders, D. A., R. J. Hobbs, and P. R. Ehrlich. 1993. Preface. Pages ix-xi in D. A. Saunders, R. J. Hobbs, and P. R. Ehrlich, eds. Nature conservation 3: Reconstruction of fragmented ecosystems. Surrey Beatty & Sons, Midland, Australia.

Weiss, S. B. 1993. The san bruno elfin. Pages 141-142 in T. R. New, ed. Conservation biology of lycaenidae (butterflies): Occasional paper of the iucn species survival commision.

Weiss, S. B., and D. Murphy. 1993. Climatic consideration in reserve design and ecological restoration in D. A. Saunders, R. J. Hobbs, and P. R. Ehrlich, eds. Nature conservation 3: Reconstruction of fragmented ecosystems. Surrey Beatty and Sons, Chipping Norton NSW, Australia.

Ehrlich, A. H., and P. R. Ehrlich. 1992. Ecosystem risks associated with population explosion. Pages 9-21 in J. J. Cairns, B. R. Niederlehner, and D. R. Orvos, eds. Predicting ecosystem risk. Princeton Scientific Publishing Co., Inc., Princeton NJ.

Ehrlich, A. H., and P. R. Ehrlich. 1992. Causes and consequences of the disappearance of biodiversity. Pages 43-55 in J. Sarukhan and R. Dirzo, eds. Mexico confronts the challenges of biodiversity. Comision Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad, Mexico.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1992. Miners' canaries and saving the mine. Pages 83-90 in J. K. Doyle and J. Schelhas, eds. Forest remnants in the tropical landscape: Benefits and policy implications. Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC.

Ehrlich, P. R., and A. H. Ehrlich. 1992. The most overpopulated nation. Pages 125-133 in L. Grant, ed. Elephants in the volkswagen: Facing the tough questions about our overcrowded country. W.H. Freeman and Company, New York.

Murphy, D. D., and S. B. Weiss. 1992. The effects of climate change on biological diversity in western north america: Species losses and mechanisms in R. L. Peters and T. J. Lovejoy, eds. Global warming and biological diversity. Yale University Press, New Haven, CT.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1991. Coevolution and its applicability to the gaia hypothesis. Pages 19-22 in S. H. Schneider and P. J. Boston, eds. Scientists on gaia. The MIT Press, Cambridge MA.

—. 1991. Can we respond to the growing environmental threat to civilization? Pages 110-139 in A. B. Wolbarst, ed. Environment in peril. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington DC.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1991. Foreword in P. F. Sale, ed. The ecology of fishes on coral reefs. Academic Press, Inc., San Diego CA.

—. 1991. Foreword: Facing up to climate change. Pages ix-xiii in R. L. Wyman, ed. Global climate change and life on earth. Routledge, Chapman and Hall, New York.

—. 1991. Pest control and the human predicament. Pages 119-126 in J. J. Menn and A. L. Steinhauer, eds. Progress and perspectives for the 21st century. Entomological Society of America, Lanham MD.

Ehrlich, P. R., and A. Ehrlich. 1991. (statement). Pages 119 in J. Porritt, ed. Save the earth. Dorking Kindersley, London UK.

Ehrlich, P. R., and A. H. Ehrlich. 1991. Population growth threatens global resources. Pages 98-104 in M. Golesetsky, ed. Global resources: Opposing viewpoints. Greenhaven Press, Inc., San Diego CA. Pp. 98-104.

Murphy, D. D. 1991. Invertebrate conservation. Pages 181-198 in D. A. Kohm, ed. Balancing on the brink of extinction. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Murphy, D. D., and S. B. Weiss. 1991. Monitoring the effects of regional climatechange on biological diversity. Pages 4-6 in K. Dumont, ed. Science in glacier national park 1990.

Ehrlich, A. H., and P. R. Ehrlich. 1990. Extinction: Life in peril. Pages 95-105 in S. Head and R. Heinzman, eds. Lessons on the rainforest. Sierra Club Books, San Francisco.

Ehrlich, P. l. 1990. Introduction. Pages 5-6 in J. A. R. Buckelew, ed. Endangered and threatened species in west virginia. The Valley Press, Inc., Wellsburg WV.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1990. Forward. Annual report. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1990. Introduction - living in the world of nuke in B. Dodson, ed. Nuke ii (another book of cartoons). McFarland & Company, Inc.

—. 1990. Preface. Pages 9 in C. Pybus and R. Flanagan, eds. The rest of the world is watching: Tasmania and the greens. Pan MacMillan, Sydney, Australia.

Ehrlich, P. R., and A. H. Ehrlich. 1990. Population and the greenhouse warming. Pages 167-180 in T. J. Minger, ed. Greenhouse glasnost: The crisis of global warming. The Ecco Press, Institute for Resource Management, New York.

Weiss, S. B., and D. D. Murphy. 1990. Thermal microenvironments and the restoration of rare butterfly habitat. Pages 50-60 in J. Berger, ed. Environmental restoration: Science and strategies for restoring the earth. Island Press, Washington D.C.

1989-1984


Ehrlich, P. R. 1989. Attributes of invaders and the invading processes: Vertebrates. Pages 315-328 in J. A. D. et al, ed. Biological invasions: A global perspective. John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

—. 1989. Carbon dioxide and the human predicament: An overview. Pages 5-1 in J. J. Cairns and P. F. Zweifel, eds. On global warming, proceedings of the first presidential symposium on world issues. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA.

—. 1989. Discussion: Ecology and resource management --is ecological theory as good in practice? Pages 306-318 in J. Roughgarden, R. M. May, and S. A. Levin, eds. Perspectives in ecological theory. Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ.

—. 1989. Foreword in R. L. DiSilvestro, ed. The endangered kingdom: The struggle to save america's wildlife, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

—. 1989. The global commons and national security. Pages 553-562 in A. Berger, S. Schneider, and J. C. Duplessy, eds. Climate and geo-sciences: A challenge for science and society in the 21st century. Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.

Ehrlich, P. R., G. C. Daily, A. H. Ehrlich, P. Matson, and P. Vitousek. 1989. Global change and carrying capacity: Implications for life on earth. Pages 19-27 in R. Defries and T. Malone, eds. Global change and our common future: Papers from a forum. National Academy Pres, Washington, DC.

Ehrlich, P. R., and A. H. Ehrlich. 1989. How the rich can save the poor and themselves: Lessons from the global warming. Pages 1-14. Global warming and climatic change, perspectives from developing countries. Stanford Institute for Population and Resources Studies, Stanford University, New Delhi, India.

Murphy, D. D., and P. R. Ehrlich. 1989. Conservation biology of california's remnant native grasslands. Pages 201-211 in L. F. Huenneke and H. A. Mooney, eds. Grassland structure and function: California annual grassland. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordecht, the Netherlands.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1988. The loss of diversity: Causes and consequences. Pages 21-27 in E. O. Wilson, ed. Biodiversity. National Academy Press, Washington DC.

—. 1988. The ecology of nuclear war. Pages 181-198 in P. R. Ehrlich and J. P. Holdren, eds. The cassandra conference. Texas A&M University Press, College Station, TX.

—. 1988. Preface. Pages vii. Environmental education guidelines for washington schools. Division of Instructional Programs and Services, Washington Schools, Olympia WA.

Ehrlich, P. R., and D. D. Murphy. 1987. Monitoring populations on remnants of native vegetation. Pages 201-210 in D. A. Saunders, G. W. Arnold, A. A. Burbidge, and A. J. M. Hopkins, eds. Nature conservation: The role of remnants of native vegetation. Surrey Beatty and Sons Pty Limited.

Ehrlich, P. 1986. Comment. Pages 181-183 in D. Paulson, ed. Voices of survival in the nuclear age. Capra Press.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1986. Extinction: What is happening now and what needs to be done. Pages 157-164 in D. K. Elliott, ed. Dynamics of extinction. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.

—. 1986. Extinctions and ecosystem functions: Implications for humankind. Pages 159-173 in R. J. Hoage, ed. Animal extinctions: What everyone should know. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington DC.

—. 1986. Which animal will invade? Pages 79-95 in H. A. Mooney and J. A. Drake, eds. Ecology of biological invasions of north america and hawaii. Springer-Verlag, New York.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1986. Why we should worry about the exinction of other species? in P. F. Wilkinson and M. Wyman, eds. Environmental challenges: Learning for tomorrow's world. Althouse Press, London.

Ehrlich, P. R., and A. H. Ehrlich. 1986. Ecology of nuclear war: Population, resources, environment. Pages 85-10 in A. Cohen and S. Lee, eds. Nuclear weapons and the future of humanity. Rowman and Allanheld, Totowa NJ.

Murphy, D. D., and B. A. Wilcox. 1986. Butterfly diversity in natural habitat fragments: A test of the validity of vertebrate-based management. Pages 287-292 in J. Verner, M. L. Morrison, and C. J. Ralph, eds. Wildlife 2000, modeling habitat relationships of terrestrial vertebrates. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin.

Wilcox, B. A. 1985. In-situ conservation of genetic resources in G. H. Orians, et al, ed. The preservation and valuation of biological resources; workshop, seattle, washington, USA, june 12-16. University of Washington Press, Seattle, Washington.

Ehrlich, P. 1984. When light is put away: Ecological effects of nuclear war. Pages 247-271 in J. Leaning and L. Keyes, eds. The counterfeit ark: Crisis relocation for nuclear war. Ballinger, Cambridge.

Ehrlich, P. R. 1984. Foreword in R. v. d. Bosch, ed. The pesticide conspiracy, Japan.

—. 1984. Introduction to chapter on evolution. Pages 138 in N. Myers, ed. Gaia: An atlas of planet management. Doubleday, New York.

—. 1984. The structure and dynamics of butterfly populations in R. I.Vane-Wright and P. R. Ackery, eds. The biology of butterflies. Academic Press, London.

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