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Western Ecology Division
Research Update
November 1999

ball_red.gif (122 bytes) If Ecosystem Health is the Answer, What is the Question?
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wb01345_.gif (616 bytes) Probability, Not Head Counts, For Preserving Biodiversity

wb01345_.gif (616 bytes) Species-Richness Count May Be Misleading

wb01345_.gif (616 bytes) WED Completes Research on Global Climate Change and Rice

wb01345_.gif (616 bytes) Lab Toxicity Tests as Sensitive as Field Responses of Organisms

wb01345_.gif (616 bytes) A Method to Assess Relative Risks to Aquatic Ecosystems

wb01345_.gif (616 bytes) Global Warming May Decrease Forests’ Long-term Carbon Storage

 

wb01345_.gif (616 bytes) Climate Change Could Have Major Effects on Forests

wb01345_.gif (616 bytes) Public Health Indicators Appear Useful in Stream Monitoring

wb01345_.gif (616 bytes) Sampling Not Based on Probability Likely to Provide Wrong Answers

wb01345_.gif (616 bytes) Ecological Assessment in Ecosystem Management

wb01345_.gif (616 bytes) A Better Way to Analyze Catch of Aquatic Organisms

wb01345_.gif (616 bytes) Testing Phytoplankton for        Ultraviolet-Absorbing Compounds

 

 

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