NANFA-- Conservation Biology journal contents online

Jay DeLong (
Sun, 26 Aug 2001 20:39:23 -0700

If you go to, you can view contents from a
large list of journals published by Blackwell Science.

If you go specifically to you can
see the contents of Conservation Biology since 1992. You can read abstracts
for free and also pay for actual articles. I can't afford $16 for an
article, so I'm going to the state library tomorrow to see if they have this
journal. If they don't, does anyone have easy access to the journal
Conservation Biology to make me photocopies of the 7 articles below from the
4 different issues? (I'll try to report back tomorrow on my success, and if
I am successful, then I can make copies of any articles anyone who may not
have library access.)

1) Does Biodiversity Include Artificial Diversity?
Paul L. Angermeier. 1994. Conservation Biology 8(2):600-602

2) Are Small, Isolated Wetlands Expendable?
Raymond D. Semlitsch and J. Russell Bodie. 1998. Conservation Biology

3) The Natural Imperative for Biological Conservation
Paul L. Angermeier. 2000. Conservation Biology 14(2):373-381

4) Non-Native Fish Introductions and the Decline of the Mountain
Yellow-Legged Frog from Within Protected Areas
Roland A. Knapp and Kathleen R. Matthews. 2000. Conservation Biology

5) Conservation Biology Trailblazers: George Wright, Ben Thompson, and
Joseph Dixon.
Craig L. Shafer. 2001. Conservation Biology 15(2):332-344.

6) Toward a Robust Natural Imperative for Conservation
Tony Povilitis. 2001. Conservation Biology 15(2):533

7) Reply to Povilitis: Another Conservation Conundrum
Paul L. Angermeier. 2001. Conservation Biology 15(2):536

Jay DeLong
Olympia, WA
"If the biota, in the course of aeons, has built something we like but do
not understand, then who but a fool would discard seemingly useless parts?
To keep every cog and wheel is the first precaution of intelligent
~ Aldo Leopold (1953)

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