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The Journal of Forestry is the most widely circulated scholarly forestry journal in the world. In print since 1902, the Journal has received several national awards for excellence. The mission of the Journal of Forestry is to advance the profession of forestry by keeping forest management professionals informed about significant developments and ideas in the many facets of forestry: economics, education and communication, entomology and pathology, fire, forest ecology, geospatial technologies, history, international forestry, measurements, policy, recreation, silviculture, social sciences, soils and hydrology, urban and community forestry, utilization and engineering, and wildlife management. The Journal is published bimonthly: January, March, May, July, September, and November.

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Volume 92, Number 4, 1 April 1994

Miscellaneous

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Letter to the Editor

Letters
pp. 2-4(3)

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Commentary

Commentary: Taking Risks Can Lead to Positive Action
pp. 3-3(1)
Author: Banzhaf, William H.

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Miscellaneous

Inside the Journal: FEMAT: An Intense Experience for All
pp. 5-5(1)
Author: Staebler, Rebecca N.

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Journal article

Lessons from the FEMAT: An Introduction
pp. 6-6(1)
Authors: Shannon, Margaret A.; Johnson, K. Norman

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Making Ecosystem Policy: Three Decades of Change
pp. 7-10(4)
Authors: Caldwell, Lynton K.; Wilkinson, Charles F.; Shannon, Margaret A.

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FEMAT: Objectives, Process, and Options
pp. 12-19(8)
Author: Thomas, Jack Ward

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Commit to Quick Implementation
pp. 21-21(1)
Author: Roberts, Barbara

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Ecological Science: A Conceptual Basis for FEMAT
pp. 21-23(3)
Author: Franklin, Jerry F.

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Rejecting a Reserve Approach
pp. 22-22(1)
Author: Taylor, Robert J.

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Assessment of Terrestrial Species and Ecosystems
pp. 24-27(4)
Authors: Meslow, E. Charles; Holthausen, Richard S.; Cleaves, David A.

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A Problem, Not a Solution
pp. 25-25(1)
Author: Hampton, John C.

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Development and Evaluation of Aquatic Conservation Strategies
pp. 28-31(4)
Authors: Sedell, James R.; Reeves, Gordon H.; Burnett, Kelly M.

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An Alternative View of Riparian Area Management
pp. 29-29(1)
Author: Sullivan, Kathleen

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Gambling with the Future
pp. 30-30(1)
Author: Wales, Diana

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FEMAT's Social Assessment: Framework, Key Concepts, and Lessons Learned
pp. 32-35(4)
Authors: Clark, Roger N.; Stankey, George H.

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Not Scientifically Sound
pp. 33-33(1)
Author: Gale, Richard P.

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Tribal Right to Fish
pp. 34-34(1)
Author: Strong, Ted

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More Silviculture Required
pp. 35-35(1)
Author: Long, James N.

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Economic Assessment of FEMAT Options
pp. 36-40(5)
Author: Greber, Brian

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Critique of Economic Aspects
pp. 37-37(1)
Author: McKillop, William

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A Prescription for Ecological Disaster
pp. 39-39(1)
Author: Anderson, Michael

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Sustainable Harvest Levels and Short-Term Sales
pp. 41-43(3)
Author: Johnson, K. Norman

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Obstacles to Implementation
pp. 42-42(1)
Author: Sessions, John

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Breaking New Ground
pp. 43-43(1)
Author: Wolf, Robert E.

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Scientific Opinion, Not Process
pp. 44-44(1)
Author: Newberry, James D.

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Implementers Missing
pp. 44-44(1)
Author: Stocker, Lisa B.

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Species and Ecosystem Viability: Key Questions and Issues
pp. 45-47(3)
Authors: Raphael, Martin G.; Marcot, Bruce G.

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A Tool, Not a Promise
pp. 46-46(1)
Author: Bailey, Nadine

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Professional Springtime
pp. 47-47(1)
Author: Romm, Jeff

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The Owl and Minerva: Ecosystem Lessons from the Columbia
pp. 48-52(5)
Authors: Volkman, John M.; Lee, Kai N.

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Calendar of events

Events Calendar
pp. 52-53(2)

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Miscellaneous

Society Affairs
pp. 54-57(4)

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Classifieds/Employment
pp. 58-59(2)

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Perspective: Rally 'Round the Flag
pp. 60-60(1)
Authors: Heissenbuttel, John; Honea, Ron; Nakamura, Gary

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