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Volume 20, Number 3, June 2006

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pp. i-i(1)

Data on Wildlife Trade
pp. 597-598(2)

An Anthropological Perspective on Some Unexpected Consequences of Protected Areas
pp. 609-616(8)
Authors: West, Paige; Brockington, Dan

Conservation Options for the Baiji: Time for Realism?
pp. 620-622(3)
Authors: YANG, GUANG; BRUFORD, MICHAEL W.; WEI, FUWEN; ZHOU, KAIYA

Conservation of the Baiji: No Simple Solution
pp. 623-625(3)
Authors: WANG, DING; ZHANG, XIANFENG; WANG, KEXIONG; WEI, ZHUO; WÜRSIG, BERND; BRAULIK, GILLIAN T.; ELLIS, SUSIE

Realities of Baiji Conservation
pp. 626-628(3)
Authors: REEVES, RANDALL R.; GALES, NICHOLAS J.

“A Mission-Driven Discipline”: the Growth of Conservation Biology
pp. 631-651(21)
Authors: MEINE, CURT; SOULÉ, MICHAEL; NOSS, REED F.

Who's Who in Conservation Biology—an Authorship Analysis
pp. 652-657(6)
Author: HARRISON, AUTUMN-LYNN

Conservation Biology and Real-World Conservation
pp. 658-669(12)
Author: ROBINSON, JOHN G.

Conservation Biology from the Perspective of Natural Resource Management Disciplines
pp. 670-673(4)
Authors: KESSLER, WINIFRED B.; THOMAS, JACK WARD

Conservation Biology: Views from the Ecological Sciences
pp. 674-676(3)
Author: SARUKHÁN, JOSÉ

Landscape Planning and Conservation Biology: Systems Thinking Revisited
pp. 677-678(2)
Author: NASSAUER, JOAN IVERSON

Conservation Biology and Law: Only a Start
pp. 679-680(2)
Author: FREYFOGLE, ERIC T.

Political Science and Conservation Biology: a Dialog of the Deaf
pp. 681-682(2)
Authors: AGRAWAL, ARUN; OSTROM, ELINOR

Common Ground between Anthropology and Conservation Biology
pp. 683-685(3)
Author: BROSIUS, J. PETER

Fusion or Failure? The Future of Conservation Biology
pp. 692-695(4)
Authors: BALMFORD, ANDREW; COWLING, RICHARD M.

Globally Dispersed Local Challenges in Conservation Biology
pp. 696-699(4)
Author: BAWA, KAMALJIT S.

Using Psychology to Save Biodiversity and Human Well-Being
pp. 702-705(4)
Authors: SAUNDERS, CAROL D.; BROOK, AMARA T.; EUGENE MYERS, OLIN

Conservation and Climate Change: the Challenges Ahead
pp. 706-708(3)
Authors: ROOT, TERRY L.; SCHNEIDER, STEPHEN H.

Agricultural Intensification: Will Land Spared from Farming be Land Spared for Nature?
pp. 709-710(2)
Authors: MATSON, PAMELA A.; VITOUSEK, PETER M.

Glimpses of Conservation Biology, Act II
pp. 711-712(2)
Author: LOVEJOY, THOMAS E.

Conservation Science and Forest Service Policy for Roadless Areas
pp. 713-722(10)
Author: TURNER, JAMES MORTON

Designing Systematic Conservation Assessments that Promote Effective Implementation: Best Practice from South Africa
pp. 739-750(12)
Authors: KNIGHT, ANDREW T.; DRIVER, AMANDA; COWLING, RICHARD M.; MAZE, KRISTAL; DESMET, PHILIP G.; LOMBARD, AMANDA T.; ROUGET, MATHIEU; BOTHA, MARK A.; BOSHOFF, ANDRE F.; CASTLEY, J. GUY; GOODMAN, PETER S.; MACKINNON, KATHY; PIERCE, SHIRLEY M.; SIMS-CASTLEY, REBECCA; STEWART, WARRICK I.; VON HASE, AMREI

Demography, Hunting Ecology, and Pathogen Exposure of Domestic Dogs in the Isoso of Bolivia
pp. 762-771(10)
Authors: FIORELLO, CHRISTINE V.; NOSS, ANDREW J.; DEEM, SHARON L.

Long-Term Avifaunal Impoverishment in an Isolated Tropical Woodlot
pp. 772-779(8)
Authors: SODHI, NAVJOT S.; LEE, TIEN MING; KOH, LIAN PIN; PRAWIRADILAGA, DEWI M.

Connectivity in an Agricultural Landscape as Reflected by Interpond Movements of a Freshwater Turtle
pp. 780-791(12)
Authors: BOWNE, DAVID R.; BOWERS, MICHAEL A.; HINES, JAMES E.

Catastrophic Reproductive Failure, Terrestrial Survival, and Persistence of the Marbled Salamander
pp. 792-801(10)
Authors: TAYLOR, BARBARA E.; SCOTT, DAVID E.; GIBBONS, J. WHITFIELD

Effects of the Interaction between Genetic Diversity and UV-B Radiation on Wood Frog Fitness
pp. 802-810(9)
Authors: WEYRAUCH, SHAUNA L.; GRUBB, THOMAS C.

Conservation Benefits of Temperate Marine Protected Areas: Variation among Fish Species
pp. 811-820(10)
Authors: BLYTH-SKYRME, ROBERT E.; KAISER, MICHEL J.; HIDDINK, JAN G.; EDWARDS-JONES, GARETH; HART, PAUL J. B.

Habitat Change and Demography of Primula veris: Identification of Management Targets
pp. 833-843(11)
Authors: LEHTILÄ, KARI; SYRJÄNEN, KIMMO; LEIMU, ROOSA; GARCIA, MARIA BEGOÑA; EHRLÉN, JOHAN

Conservation of Species in Dynamic Landscapes: Divergent Fates of Silene tatarica Populations in Riparian Habitats
pp. 844-852(9)
Authors: JÄKÄLÄNIEMI, ANNE; TUOMI, JUHA; SIIKAMÄKI, PIRKKO

Effects of the Surrounding Matrix on Tree Recruitment in Amazonian Forest Fragments
pp. 853-860(8)
Authors: NASCIMENTO, HENRIQUE E. M.; ANDRADE, ANA C. S.; CAMARGO, JOSÉ LUÍS C.; LAURANCE, WILLIAM F.; LAURANCE, SUSAN G.; RIBEIRO, JOSÉ EDUARDO L.

Applying Network Analysis to the Conservation of Habitat Trees in Urban Environments: a Case Study from Brisbane, Australia
pp. 861-870(10)
Authors: RHODES, MONIKA; WARDELL-JOHNSON, GRANT W.; RHODES, MARTIN P.; RAYMOND, BEN

Objectives for Multiple-Species Conservation Planning
pp. 871-881(11)
Authors: NICHOLSON, EMILY; POSSINGHAM, HUGH P.

Accounting for Management Costs in Sensitivity Analyses of Matrix Population Models
pp. 893-905(13)
Authors: BAXTER, PETER W.J.; McCARTHY, MICHAEL A.; POSSINGHAM, HUGH P.; MENKHORST, PETER W.; McLEAN, NATASHA

Whole Knowledge
pp. 926-927(2)

Worth the Wait
pp. 927-928(2)

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