By Jeffrey E. Moore, Bryan P. Wallace, Rebecca L. Lewison, Ramúnas Žydelis, Tara M. Cox, Larry B. Crowder
This paper reviews the available information for bycatch of marine mammals, sea turtles, and seabirds in fisheries of the United States.
By Peter Seligmann et al.
Five years ago development agendas were bulldozing their way into the last unspoiled places and conservation work was threatened. But a new environmental consciousness was forming, requiring a bold new approach. CBCs were created to take up the challenge.
By Susan Stone and Mario Chacón León
Climate Change & the Role of Forests: A Community Manual is part of a series of products created to provide training to indigenous peoples' organizations and local NGOs to support their efforts to bring information to indigenous peoples and local communities on the basics of climate change and REDD+.
By Lee Hannah
CI biologist Lee Hannah has written the first undergraduate textbook on the effects climate change on nature and biodiversity — Climate Change Biology (Elsevier).
By Will R. Turner, Bethany A. Bradley, Lyndon D. Estes, David G. Hole, Michael Oppenheimer, & David S. Wilcove
By Robert Bensted-Smith and Hugh Kirkman
This intriguing report identifies ways organizations can work together on managing marine areas and learn from each others' experiences by providing interesting regional case studies, including Seascapes, for support.
By Anthony L. Rose, Russell A. Mittermeier, Olivier Langrand, Okyeame Ampadu-Agyei, and Thomas M. Butynski. Photography by Karl Ammann.
OUT OF PRINT. Consuming Nature is a beautifully photographed book which depicts the devastation of nature in Africa as witnessed by some of the world's most experienced conservation experts.
By Elena M. Finkbeiner, Bryan P. Wallace, Jeffrey E. Moore, Rebecca L. Lewison, Larry B. Crowder, Andrew J. Read
This study estimates that the number of sea turtles accidentally caught and killed in United States coastal waters has declined by an estimated 90-percent since 1990, a dramatic reduction achieved in fisheries where specific regulations have been implemented to reduce bycatch.
By Linday K. Glover and Sylvia A. Earle. Foreword by Graeme Kelleher. Published by Island Press, 2004.
Defying Ocean's End was inspired by an urgent need – to address the sharp decline in ocean wildlife, the disturbing increase in ocean pollution and the neglect of policies and resources to solve these problems.
By Colin Groves
Working from an encyclopedic knowledge of primates throughout human history, Colin Groves provides a quick-reading narrative that serves equally well as an introduction for new students or an illuminating refresher for experienced researchers.