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Southern Rockies Wildlands Network vision

a science-based approach to rewilding the southern Rockies

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Published by Colorado Mountain Club Press in Golden, CO .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Rocky Mountains.
    • Subjects:
    • Restoration ecology -- Rocky Mountains.,
    • Wildlife conservation -- Rocky Mountains.,
    • Ecosystem management -- Rocky Mountains.,
    • Natural history -- Rocky Mountains.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementlead authors, Brian Miller ... [et al.] ; Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project, Wildlands Project, Denver Zoo.
      ContributionsMiller, Brian, 1948-, Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project., Wildlands Project., Denver Zoo.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH104.5.R6 S68 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 248 p. :
      Number of Pages248
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3698615M
      ISBN 100972441360
      LC Control Number2003112973
      OCLC/WorldCa56591499

      RICHARD P. READING. PERSONAL. Home Address: and B. Miller. Implementation and conservation action. Pp. , in: Southern Rockies Wildlands Network Vision: A science-based approach to rewilding the Southern Rockies. A comprehensive approach to evaluating the potential for wolf restoration in the Southern Rockies. Pp. , in. Musicians United to Sustain the Environment (M.U.S.E.) Founded by musicians Walkin' Jim Stoltz and Craig Wagner, M.U.S.E. is a non-profit environmental organization with two primary goals. First, to raise funds for effective grassroots environmental projects through CD sales, concerts, and public donations. Secondly, to heighten environmental awareness through music.

      Wolves belong in Colorado. That’s why the Endangered Species Coalition, in collaboration with the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project and other organizations, is working hard to educate the public on the need to reintroduce wolves to western Colorado and restore the balance that has been lost.. Wolves roamed the Colorado landscape until they were needlessly eradicated in Wildlands proponents call for the restoration of whole landscapes and the creation of a network of interconnected wilderness areas, or corridors, that would crisscross the : David J. Williams.

      NOSS: Actually, although we emphasize carnivores (and not just wolves and grizzly bears) in our literature, our wildlands network designs are based on multiple biodiversity conservation goals. Our plans attempt to accomplish four major objectives: (1) represent all native ecosystems across their natural range of variation in protected areas; (2. The Wildlands Project, however, does not restrict its vision to areas west of the th meridian. We and other conservationists have ambitious plans for the East as well. For example, state government agencies in Florida and New Jersey, of all places, are attempting to protect a third or more of their land in conservation areas.


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The Southern Rockies Wildlands Network Vision is a science-based plan that provides an ambitious but practical approach to protecting networks of land in the Southern Rockies to maintain and restore native biological diversity in this spectacular region.

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