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Volume 21, Number 5, October 2007

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pp. i-i(1)

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Letters
pp. 1137-1138(2)

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Is Current Consumption Excessive? A General Framework and Some Indications for the United States
pp. 1145-1154(10)
Authors: EHRLICH, PAUL R.; GOULDER, LAWRENCE H.

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Comparing Effectiveness of Experimental and Implemented Bycatch Reduction Measures: the Ideal and the Real
pp. 1155-1164(10)
Authors: COX, T. M.; LEWISON, R. L.; ŽYDELIS, R.; CROWDER, L. B.; SAFINA, C.; READ, A. J.

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Costa Rica's Payment for Environmental Services Program: Intention, Implementation, and Impact
pp. 1165-1173(9)
Authors: SÁNCHEZ-AZOFEIFA, G. ARTURO; PFAFF, ALEXANDER; ROBALINO, JUAN ANDRES; BOOMHOWER, JUDSON P.

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The Sustainability of Subsistence Hunting by Matsigenka Native Communities in Manu National Park, Peru
pp. 1174-1185(12)
Authors: OHL-SCHACHERER, JULIA; SHEPARD, GLENN H.; KAPLAN, HILLARD; PERES, CARLOS A.; LEVI, TAAL; YU, DOUGLAS W.

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Genetic Origin and Success of Reintroduced White Storks
pp. 1196-1206(11)
Author: OLSSON, OLA

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Edge Effects in the Great Tit: Analyses of Long-term Data with GIS Techniques
pp. 1207-1217(11)
Authors: WILKIN, TEDDY A.; GARANT, DANY; GOSLER, ANDREW G.; SHELDON, BEN C.

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Long-Term Effects of Group-Selection Timber Harvesting on Abundance of Forest Birds
pp. 1218-1229(12)
Authors: CAMPBELL, STEVEN P.; WITHAM, JACK W.; HUNTER, MALCOLM L.

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A Meta-Analysis of Bird Responses to Uniform Partial Harvesting across North America
pp. 1230-1240(11)
Authors: VANDERWEL, MARK C.; MALCOLM, JAY R.; MILLS, STEPHEN C.

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Trend in the Status of Breeding Bird Fauna in British Columbia, Canada, Based on the IUCN Red List Index Method
pp. 1241-1247(7)
Authors: QUAYLE, JAMES F.; RAMSAY, LEAH R.; FRASER, DAVID F.

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Introduced Birds and the Fate of Hawaiian Rainforests
pp. 1248-1257(10)
Authors: FOSTER, JEFFREY T.; ROBINSON, SCOTT K.

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Invasive Rodent Eradication on Islands
pp. 1258-1268(11)
Authors: HOWALD, GREGG; DONLAN, C. JOSH; GALVÁN, JUAN PABLO; RUSSELL, JAMES C.; PARKES, JOHN; SAMANIEGO, ARACELI; WANG, YIWEI; VEITCH, DICK; GENOVESI, PIERO; PASCAL, MICHEL; SAUNDERS, ALAN; TERSHY, BERNIE

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Infectious Diseases and Extinction Risk in Wild Mammals
pp. 1269-1279(11)
Authors: PEDERSEN, AMY B.; JONES, KATE E.; NUNN, CHARLES L.; ALTIZER, SONIA

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Lag Effects in the Impacts of Mass Coral Bleaching on Coral Reef Fish, Fisheries, and Ecosystems
pp. 1291-1300(10)
Authors: GRAHAM, NICHOLAS A. J.; WILSON, SHAUN K.; JENNINGS, SIMON; POLUNIN, NICHOLAS V. C.; ROBINSON, JAN; BIJOUX, JUDE P.; DAW, TIM M.

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Evaluating and Ranking the Vulnerability of Global Marine Ecosystems to Anthropogenic Threats
pp. 1301-1315(15)
Authors: HALPERN, BENJAMIN S.; SELKOE, KIMBERLY A.; MICHELI, FIORENZA; KAPPEL, CARRIE V.

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Predicting the Range of Chinese Mitten Crabs in Europe
pp. 1316-1323(8)
Authors: HERBORG, LEIF-MATTHIAS; RUDNICK, DEBORAH A.; SILIANG, YANG; LODGE, DAVID M.; MacISAAC, HUGH J.

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Building on IUCN Regional Red Lists to Produce Lists of Species of Conservation Priority: a Model with Irish Bees
pp. 1324-1332(9)
Authors: FITZPATRICK, ÚNA; MURRAY, TOMÁS E.; PAXTON, ROBERT J.; BROWN, MARK J. F.

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Effectiveness of Corridors Relative to Enlargement of Habitat Patches
pp. 1341-1346(6)
Authors: FALCY, MATTHEW R.; ESTADES, CRISTIÁN F.

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Colonization of the Southern Patagonia Ocean by Exotic Chinook Salmon
pp. 1347-1352(6)
Authors: BECKER, LEANDRO A.; PASCUAL, MIGUEL A.; BASSO, NÉSTOR G.

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Evolutionary Responses to Climate Change
pp. 1353-1355(3)
Authors: SKELLY, DAVID K.; JOSEPH, LIANA N.; POSSINGHAM, HUGH P.; FREIDENBURG, L. KEALOHA; FARRUGIA, THOMAS J.; KINNISON, MICHAEL T.; HENDRY, ANDREW P.

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Are We Consuming Too Much—for What?
pp. 1359-1362(4)
Authors: DALY, HERMAN E.; CZECH, BRIAN; TRAUGER, DAVID L.; REES, WILLIAM E.; GROVER, MANSI; DOBSON, TRACY; TROMBULAK, STEPHEN C.

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Consumption, Investment, and Future Well-Being: Reply to Daly et al.
pp. 1363-1365(3)
Authors: ARROW, KENNETH J.; DAILY, GRETCHEN; DASGUPTA, PARTHA; EHRLICH, PAUL; GOULDER, LAWRENCE; HEAL, GEOFFREY; LEVIN, SIMON; MÄLER, KARL-GÖRAN; SCHNEIDER, STEPHEN; STARRETT, DAVID; WALKER, BRIAN

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Categorization Systems of Threatened Species
pp. 1366-1367(2)
Authors: SOBERON, JORGE; MEDELLÍN, RODRIGO A.

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Shortcomings of Threatened Species Categorization Systems: Reply to Soberón and Medellín
pp. 1368-1370(3)
Authors: CUARÓN, ALFREDO D.; de GRAMMONT, PALOMA C.

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The Dangers of Black-and-White Conservation
pp. 1371-1372(2)
Author: WIENS, JOHN

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A Swan among Geese
pp. 1377-1378(2)

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The Selfless Geneticist
pp. 1378-1379(2)

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