A High Uintas Bookshelf
High Uintas Bookshelf 1997 - 2001
Sagebrush Country: Land and the American West. Philip L. Fradkin, University of Arizona Press, 1991.
The Geologic Story of the Uinta Mountains. Wallace R. Hansen, U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1291.
High Uinta Trails. Mel Davis, John Veranth, Wasatch Publishers, 1993.
The Hiker’s Guide to Utah. Dave Hall (revised by Ann Seifert), Falcon Press, 1991.
The Idea of Wilderness. Max Oel-schlaeger. Yale Univ. Press, 1991.
Wild Earth, Fall 1997: “The Wilderness of History,” Donald Worster; “Job and Wilderness,” Bill Mc-Kibben.
Global Biodiversity, Vol. 7 (2), 1997: “Cloning planet Earth: What can natural selection tell us about the economics of biodiversity?” T. Green
The Spell of the Sensuous. David Abram. Vintage Books, 1997
The Biophilia Hypothesis. Stephen Kellert and Edward O. Wilson, Eds. Island Press, 1993.
Wilderness and the American Mind. Rod Nash. Yale University Press, 1967.
Conservation Biology, August 1996: “Large Carnivore Conservation in the Rocky Mountains of the United States and Canada;” “Biological, Conservation, and Ethical Implications of Exploiting and Controlling Wolves,” Gordon Haber; “Contribution of Roads to Forest Fragmentation in the Rocky Mountains,” Rebecca Reed, et al.
International Journal of Wilderness, Sept. 1997: “Maintaining Wildlife Naturalness in Wilderness,” Dick Carter.
Sagebrush Country. Philip Fradkin. Alfred Knopf, N.Y., 1989.
Wonderful Life. The Burgess Shale and the Nature of History. Stephen Jay Gould. W.W. Norton and Co, l989.
Should Trees Have Standing? Christopher Stone. Avon Books, N.Y., l974.
Wild Earth, Spring 1998: “Around the Campfire: Etymology and Environmental Problems,” Dave Foreman.
The Desert Year. Joseph Wood Krutch. Viking Press, 1951.
River Notes, The Dance of Herons. Barry Lopez. Andrews and McMeel, 1979.
On Nature’s Terms. Tom Lyon and Peter Stine, eds. Texas A&M University Press, 1992.
The Scientific Basis for Conserving Forest Carnivores, American Marten, Fisher, Lynx, and Wolverine in the Western United States. US Forest Service General Technical Report RM-254, Rocky Mountain Forest/Range Experiment Station,Ft. Collins, CO.
The River Why? David James Duncan. Bantam Books, 1983.
The Others. Paul Shepard. Island Press, 1996.
Cougar. The American Lion. Kevin Hansen. Northland Publishing, 1992.
Flammulated, Boreal and Great Gray Owls in the United States: A Technical Conservation
Assessment. U.S. Forest Service General Technical Report RM-253, Rocky Mountain Forest and Ranger Experiment Station, Ft. Collins, CO.
Conservation Biology. Oct. 1995: “None So Blind: The Problem of Ecological Denial,” David Orr .
Conservation Biology. June 1996: “Slow Knowledge,” David Orr.
Wild Earth. Fall 1998: “Terminals of Seduction,” Gary Nabhan.
Ghost Bears. Exploring the Biodiversity Crisis. R. Edward Grumbine. Island Press, 1992.
Saving Nature’s Legacy. Protecting and Restoring Biodiversity. Reed Noss and Allen Y. Cooperrider. Island Press, 1994.
Nature. 325:430-432: “Mammalian Extinctions in Western North American Parks: A Land-Bridge Island Perspective,” Bill Newmark.
Conservation Biology. June 1995: “Extinction of Mammal Populations on Western North American National Parks,” Bill Newmark.
Eating Bread and Honey. Pattiann Rogers. Milkweed Editions, 1997.
The Arrogance of Humanism. David Ehrenfeld. Oxford University Press, 1981.
Conservation Biology. April 1995: “Ecosystem Management and the Arrogance of Humanism,” Thomas Stanley.
The Northern Goshawk in Utah: Habitat Assessment and Management Recommendations. Russell Graham, et al. General Technical Report-22, Rocky Mt. Research Station, USFS, February 1999.
Mountains Without Handrails. Joseph Sax. University of Michigan Press, 1980.
The Way to Rainy Mountain. N. Scott Momaday. University of New Mexico Press, 1969.
Wilderness Sojourn. David Douglas. Harper and Row, 1987.
International Journal of Wilderness, April 1999: “A Study of High Mountain Lake Fish Stocking
Effects in the U.S. Sierra Nevada Wilderness.” Kathleen Matthews and Roland Knapp
Those of the Gray Wind: The Sandhill Cranes. Paul Johnsgard. St. Martin’s Press, l981.
Crane Music. Paul A. Johnsgard. Smithsonian, l991.
This Incomparable Lande. Thomas J. Lyon, ed. Houghton Mifflin, 1989.
Pilgrim at Tinker Creek. Annie Dillard. Bantam Books, 1974.
Mammals of the Intermountain West. Samuel Zeveloff. University of Utah Press, 1988.
The Idea of Wilderness. Max Oelschlaeger. Yale University Press, 1991.
Consilience. Edward O. Wilson. Alfred A. Knopf, 1998.
The Geologic Story of the Uinta Mountains. Wallace Hansen. U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin, l975.
Unmanaged Landscapes: Voices for Untamed Nature, Bill Willers, ed. Island Press, 1999.
In Search of Nature. E. O. Wilson. Island Press, 1996.
Conservation Biology, Feb. 2000: “Ecological Effects of Roads.”
Importance of Roadless
Areas on Biodiversity Conservation: A Scientific Perspective. World Wildlife Fund and Conservation Biology
Institute, December l999.
End of the Road. The Adverse Ecological Impacts of Roads and Logging: A Compilation of Independently Reviewed Research. Natural Resources Defense Council, December 1999.
Nature. 24 February 2000: “Biodiversity hotspots for conservation policies.”
Nature. 9 March 2000: “Delayed biological recovery from extinctions throughout the fossil record.”
Nature with Children of All Ages. Edith A. Sisson and the Massachusetts Audubon Society. Prentice Hall, l987.
Sharing Nature with Children. Joseph Cornell. Dawn Publications, l979.
A Life in Hand: Creating the Illuminated Journal. Hannah Hinchman. Gibbs Smith, 1999.
The Local Wilderness. Cathy Johnson. Foreward by Ann Zwinger. Prentice Hall, l987.
Noah’s Garden: Restoring the Ecology of Our Own Back Yards. Sara Stein. Houghton Mifflin, l993.
Nature. 11 May 2000: “Causes, consequences and ethics of biodiversity,” David Tilman; “Getting the measure of biodiversity,” Andy Purvis and Andy Hector; “Global patterns in biodiversity,” Kevin J. Gaston; “The diversity- stability debate,” Kevin Shear McCann; “Consequences of changing biodiversity,” F. Stuart Chapin III, et al.; “Systematic conservation planning,” C.R. Margules and R. L. Pressey.
Nature’s Place. Human Population and the Future of Biological Diversity. Richard Cincotta & Robert Engelman. Population Action International, 2000.
Trees of the Great Basin. A Natural History. Ronald Lanner. University of Nevada Press, 1983.
World Watch, July/August 2000: “Amphibia Fading, Why the Amphibians?”
Issues in Ecology. Number 6, Spring 2000. Ecological Society of America. “Applying Ecological Principles to Management of the U.S. National Forests,”Aber et al.
Indian Tales. Jamie deAngulo. Hill and Wang, Inc., 1953.
So Human an Animal. Rene’
Dubos. Charles Scribner’s Sons. 1968.
Conservation Biology, August 2000: “Ideasclerosis,” David Orr.
Conservation Biology, August 1996: “Biological, Conservation, and Ethical Implications of Exploiting and Controlling Wolves,” Gordon Haber.