2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998 | 1997 | 1996 | 1995 | 1994 | 1993 | 1992 | 1991 | 1989 | 1987

 

My publications have touched on many themes and topics, from the history of conservation biology, the conservation and political implications of the rural-urban divide, and the existential challenges of climate change, to contemporary critiques of conservation,  the evolution of the land ethic, and ecological restoration in times of rapid environmental change.  If you are looking for a specific piece, or something on a particular theme, please feel free to contact me!

In Press

“Gathering of the Voices.”  Foreword to Afield:  Portraits of Wisconsin Naturalists, 1850-2017 (Volume One), S. W. Matteson, ed. (Mineral Point, WI:  Little Creek Press, in press).

Introduction to Revisiting Aldo Leopold’s Land Ethic: Emerging Cultures of Sustainability, W. Forbes and T. Trusty, eds. (Nacogdoches, Texas: Stephen F. Austin State University Press, in press).

“Aldo Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac:  Introduction to the Brazilian Edition.”  R. Ribon, translator (Belo Horizonte, Brazil: Editora UFMG, in press).

“Philosophical and Cultural Dimensions of Conservation Biology.”  In Foundations of Conservation Biology, J. Brawn, S. Robinson, and C. Meine, eds. (Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, in press).

2018

“To hunt or not to hunt?” Aeon.  24 January 2018.  Link

“From the Upper Sugar River to the World: Aldo Leopold and Community-based Conservation.”  Upper Sugar River Watershed Association, USGWA News.  3 March 2018.  Link | PDF

“Biodiversity Conservation.”  Pp. 205-214 in The Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene, Vol. 4, D. A. DellaSala and M. I. Goldstein, eds.  (Oxford: Elsevier, 2018).  PDF

“Challenging the Darkness.”  Review of E. Freyfogle, Our Oldest Task: Making Sense of Our Place in Nature.  Ecology 99, 6: 1510–1511.  Link | PDF

“The Pragmatist’s View:  A Conversation with Bryan Norton.” Pp. 273-292 in A Sustainable Philosophy–The Work of Bryan Norton, S. Sarkar and B, Minteer, eds. (New York: Springer, 2018).

“In the Vortex of Climate Change”  30 August 2018.  Wisconsin’s Green Fire blog/website.  Link

2017

“Aldo Leopold at 130.”  OUPblog (Oxford University Press).  11 January 2017.  Link 

Foreword to L. Nielsen, Nature’s Allies: Eight Conservationists Who Changed Our World (Washington, D.C.:  Island Press, 2017).  [Copyright © 2017 Larry A. Nielsen. Reproduced by permission of Island Press, Washington, D.C.]  PDF

“‘He Walked Through Open Doors’:  An Introduction to The Land Remembers.”  Introduction to B. Logan, The Land Remembers: The Story of a Farm and Its People, pp. ix-xxiv (Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 2017).

“Images of the Wisconsin Idea.”   River Tour Guidebook, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2017 Wisconsin Idea Seminar.  PDF

“The Edge of Anomaly.”  Pp. 33-42 in Wildness: Relations of People and Place, G, Van Horn and J. Hausdoerffer, eds. (Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 2017).  [Copyright © 2017 by The University of Chicago.  Reproduced by permission of University of Chicago Press.]   PDF.  Reprinted in Wisconsin People & Ideas 64, 2 (Spring 2018): 20-26.  Link | PDF

Foreword to J. Metcoff, Firelines (Albuquerque:  University of New Mexico Press, 2017).  PDF

“De‐extinction and the Community of Being.”  Hastings Center Report 47, S2: S9-S17.   Link | PDF

“Restoration and ‘Novel Ecosystems’: Priority or Paradox?”  Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 102, 2: 217-226.   Adapted and reprinted in The Leopold Outlook 18, 1 (Summer 2018): 12-17.  Link | PDF

“Reclaiming Wisconsin’s Legacy of Conservation Leadership.”  10 August 2017.  Wisconsin’s Green Fire blog/website.  Link

(With Keefe Keeley.)  Preface to The Driftless Reader, pp. xxvii-xxxiv (Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 2017).

2016

“Opening our minds to conserve open spaces.”  Review of C. G. Curtin, The Science of Open Spaces: Theory and Practice for Conserving Large, Complex SystemsEcology 97,2: 549-550.  Link | PDF

“Together in Hard Hope.”  Review of G. Ceballos, A. Ehrlich, and P. R. Ehrlich, The Annihilation of Nature: Human Extinction of Birds and Mammals and Pope Francis, On Care for Our Common Home (Laudato Si’)BioScience 66,5: 419-421.  Link | PDF

“Driving Genes on a Slippery Slope.”  Center for Humans and Nature.  Link

“Tracing the Threads of an Evolving Ethic.”  Pinchot Institute for Conservation, Pinchot Letter 18, 3: 8-11.  Link

“The Calling of Cranes.”  Center for Humans and Nature.  Link   Also posted, with interview, on the website Agate, 29 August 2016.  Link.

2015

Radeloff, V. C., Williams, J. W., Bateman, B. L., Burke, K. D., Carter, S. K., Childress, E. S., Cromwell, K. J., Gratton, C. , Hasley, A. O., Kraemer, B. M., Latzka, A. W., Marin-Spiotta, E. , Meine, C. D., Munoz, S. E., Neeson, T. M., Pidgeon, A. M., Rissman, A. R., Rivera, R. J., Szymanski, L. M. and Usinowicz, J.  2015.  The rise of novelty in ecosystems.  Ecological Applications 25: 2051-2068.  Link | PDF

Comments.  Review of E. Wakild, Revolutionary Parks: Conservation, Social Justice, and Mexico’s National Parks, 1910-1940H-Environment Roundtable Reviews 5,1 (28 January 2015).  PDF

“A Letter to the Editors: In Defense of the Relative Wild.”  Pp. 84-95 in After Preservation: Saving American Nature in the Age of Humans, B.A. Minteer and S.J. Pyne, eds. (Chicago:  University Of Chicago Press, 2015).  [Copyright © 2015 by The University of Chicago.  Reproduced by permission of University of Chicago Press.]   PDF

“This year, Wisconsin fails to honor Aldo Leopold.”  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 7 March 2015.  Link | PDF

“Abbey in the Anthropocene.”  Pp. 51-56 in Abbey in America: A Philosopher’s Legacy in a New Century, J. Murray, ed. (Albuquerque:  University of New Mexico Press, 2015).  PDF

“Teaching Tomorrow’s Conservation Leaders:  Six Lessons from Aldo Leopold.  Aldo Leopold Foundation Blog.  20 May 2015.  Link | Link | PDF

“Washed Up on the Shores of Lake Michigan.”  Pp. 243-252 in City Creatures:  Animal Encounters in the Chicago Wilderness, G. Van Horn and D. Aftandilian, eds. (Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 2015).  [Copyright © 2015 by The University of Chicago.  Reproduced by permission of University of Chicago Press.]  Also published in Minding Nature 8,3 (Fall 2015): 20-25.   Link | PDF

“Of Connection and Renewal:  The Historic Apple Trees of the Badger Army Ammunition Plant.”  Wisconsin People & Ideas 61,4 (Fall 2015): 20-27.  Link | PDF

“Keeping Promises at New Rec Area.”  Baraboo News Republic, 22 September 2015.  Link

“Lessons Learned from a Legend: Luna Leopold’s View of the River.”  U.S. Geological Survey Science Features.   October 2015.   Link | PDF

(With Jeffrey Kramer.)  “Reconciling the Land Ethic and Hunting.”  Center for Humans and Nature.  Link

2014

“City in a Garden.”  Conservation 15,1 (Spring 2014): 45-47.  Link | PDF

“Meeting Ecology’s Ancestors.”  Review of F. Egerton, Roots of Ecology: Antiquity to Haeckel. Ecology 95,2 (Feb 2014): 580-581.  Link | PDF

“Aldo Leopold.”  In Oxford Encyclopedia of the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology in America, H. Slotten, ed. (New York, Oxford University Press, 2014).  PDF

(With G. P. Nabhan.)  “Historic Precedents to Collaborative Conservation in Working Landscapes: The Coon Valley ‘Cooperative Conservation’ Initiative, 1934.”  Pp. 77-80 in Stitching the West Back Together: Conservation of Working Landscapes, S. Charnley, T.E. Sheridan and G.P. Nabhan, eds. (Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 2014).  [Copyright © 2014 by The University of Chicago.  Reproduced by permission of University of Chicago Press.]  Link | PDF

“Aldo Leopold:  Connecting Conservation Science, Ethics, Policy, and Practice.”  Pp. 173-184 in Linking Ecology and Ethics for a Changing World:  Values, Philosophy, and Action, R. Rozzi, S. T. A. Pickett, Clare Palmer, Juan J. Armesto, and J. Baird Callicott, eds. (Springer Science & Business Media, 2014.)  Link | PDF

“What’s So New about the ‘New Conservation’?”  Pp. 45-54 in Keeping the Wild: Against the Domestication of Earth, G. Wuerthner, E. Crist, and T. Butler, eds. (Washington D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press/Center for Resource Economics, 2014).  Link | PDF

“Biodiversity Conservation.”  Pp. 323-331 in Encyclopedia of Bioethics, 4th Edition, B. Jennings, ed. (New York: MacMillan Publishing Company, 2014).  PDF

“A Place for Ethics” and “Ammunition, Apples, and Agriculture.”  2014 Fermentation Festival Guide.  Wormfarm Institute, Reedsburg, Wisconsin (October 2014).  PDF | PDF

2013

“From Washington, D.C.:  Far Off Voices.”  City Creatures Blog, Center for Humans and Nature (7 February 2013).  Link

“Conservation Movement, Historical.”  Revised, in Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd ed. S. Levin, editor-in-chief (Oxford, UK:  Elsevier, 2013).  Link

“Aldo Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac:  Introduction to the Turkish Edition.”  Bir kum yöresi almanağı, U. Özdağ, translator) (Ankara:  Hacettepe Üniversitesi Yayınları, 2013).  PDF

“Just Read It.”  Wisconsin State Journal (15 November 2013).  Link

2012

“Reading (s) for Comprehension.”  Review of M. Adams, ed., ConservationConservation Biology 26,4 (July 2012): 749-751.  Link | PDF

“The Courage to Connect.”  Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 67,5 (Sept-Oct 2012): 120-121.  Link | PDF

(With R. J. Hunt.)  “Luna B. Leopold—Pioneer Setting the Stage for Modern Hydrology.” Groundwater 50,6 (Nov-Dec 2012): 966–970.  Link | PDF

“Art Standing in the Field.”  Fermentation Festival 2012 Guide.  Wormfarm Institute.  Reedsburg, Wisconsin (October 2012).  PDF

(With R. L. Knight, G.P. Nabhan, and S. Temple.  “Listening to the Next Generation.”  The Leopold Outlook (Fall 2012): 19-23.  Link | PDF

“Aldo Leopold.”  Oxford Bibliographies in Ecology.  Posted May 2012.  Updated December 2016.  Link

Preface.  Pp. ix-x in Aldo Leopold: The Man and His Legacy (2012 edition), T. Tanner, ed. (Ankeny, Iowa:  Soil Conservation Society of America, 2012).  PDF

2011

“Facing North from Michigan’s Shore.”  Minding Nature 4,2 (August 2011): 41-43.  Link | PDF

“Thinking About Thinking Like A Mountain.”  America’s WildRead blog.  Link

“Aldo Leopold:  Before Silent Spring.”  Prepared and read for broadcast on BBC Radio, 31 August 2011.  Link

2010

“Conservation and Continuity: The North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference at Seventy-five (and Counting).”  Pp. 7-11 in Transactions of the 75th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, R.E. McCabe and K.A. Stockwell, eds. (Washington, D.C.:  Wildlife Management Institute, 2010).  Revised version published in Minding Nature 3,2 (Summer 2010).  Link

“Preface to the 2010 edition.”  Pp. xvii-xxxi in C. Meine, Aldo Leopold:  His Life and Work (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2010 edition).

“Spring’s Hopes Eternal.”  Pp. 403-406 in Moral Ground:  Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril, K.D. Moore and M.P. Nelson, eds. (San Antonio:  Trinity University Press, 2010).  PDF

“On Making It Home.”  Brochure of the Wisconsin Humanities Council (Spring 2010).  Link | PDF

“Conservation Biology:  Past and Present.”  Pp. 1-13 in Conservation Biology for All, N.S. Sodhi and P. Ehrlich, eds.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 2010.  PDF

 “Conservation and Continuity.”  Minding Nature 3,2 (August 2010): 28-34.   PDF

 “Aldo Leopold and the Ripples of a Water Ethic in Wisconsin.”  Pp. 26-27 in Marquette Lawyer (Fall 2010):26-27.  PDF

“Leopold’s Evolving Legacy: Key Trends in Conservation Ideas, Science, and Practice.”  Minding Nature 3,3 (December 2010): 12-17.  Link | PDF

2009

“Early Wolf Research and Conservation in the Great Lakes Region.”  Pp. 7-26 in Recovery of Gray Wolves in the Great Lakes Region of the United States:  An Endangered Species Success Story, A.P. Wydeven, T.R. Van Deelen, and T.R.Heske, eds. (New York:  Springer, 2009).  Link | PDF

“Society for Conservation Biology.”  Pp. 258-260 In Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, J. B. Callicott and R. Fordeman, eds.  (Farmington Hills, MI:  Gale Cengage Learning, 2009).  PDF

“U.S. Forest Service.”  Pp. 360-363 In Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, J. B. Callicott and R. Fordeman, eds.  (Farmington Hills, MI:  Gale Cengage Learning, 2009).  PDF

“This Place in Time.”  Prologue.  Pp. 11-29 in Conservation for a New Generation:  Redefining Natural Resources Management, R. Knight and C. White, eds. (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2009).  [Copyright © 2009 Island Press. Reproduced by permission of Island Press, Washington, D.C.]  PDF

“Conservation Science, Ethics, Policy, and Practice.”  Minding Nature 2,2 (August 2009): 34-36.  Link | PDF

“Back to Nature:  The UW Arboretum has changed our view of the land.”  Isthmus 34,22 (29 May 2009): 9-11.  Link

2008

“The View from Man Mound.”  Pp. 17-30 in The Vanishing Present:  Wisconsin’s Changing Lands, Waters, and Wildlife, D. Waller and T. Rooney, eds. (Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 2008).  [Copyright © 2008 by The University of Chicago.  Reproduced by permission of University of Chicago Press.]  PDF

“CHN at Work:  Bringing Perspective to the Biofuels Debate.”  Minding Nature 1,1 (December 2008): 6-7.  Link | PDF

“Conservation, Chicago Style.”  Chicago Wilderness 11,2 (Winter 2008): 16-17.  Link | PDF

2007

“Farming and Conservation:  Together Again.”  Farming and Conservation Together (FACT) 2006 Annual Report (Baraboo, Wisc.:  Aldo Leopold Foundation, 2007).  PDF

“Fresh Water and Muddy Policy.”  Review of P. Annin, The Great Lakes Water WarsWisconsin People & Ideas (Fall 2007): 5-6.  PDF

“Crossing the Great Divide.”  Quivira Coalition Journal 30 (March 2007): 3-11.   Link | PDF

2006

(With D. Flaspohler).  “Planning for Wildness:  Aldo Leopold’s Report on Huron Mountain Club.”  Journal of Forestry 104,1 (January/February 2006): 32-41.  Link | PDF

“For Whom the Roll Calls.”  Conservation Biology 20,2 (April 2006): 272-273.  Link | PDF

(With J. Barzen, R. Beilfuss, and J. Harris). “Putting the Pieces Together:  Conserving Cranes and Their Habitats Around the World.”  Pp. 455-460 in Principles of Conservation Biology, 3nd ed., R. Carroll and G. Meffe, eds. (Sunderland, Mass.: Sinauer Associates, 2006).  PDF

(With M. Soulé and R. Noss). “‘A Mission-Driven Discipline’:  the Growth of Conservation Biology.”  Conservation Biology 20,3 (June 2006): 631-651.  Link | PDF

“‘To Change Ideas About What Land Is For’:  Aldo Leopold and the Values of Nature.”  Natur and Kultur 7,1 (July 2006): 63-87.  [In German.]  PDF

2005

Untitled essay.  The Capital Times (Madison, Wisc.).  Special commemorative section, “What Fighting Bob Means Today.”  14 June 2005.  Link  PDF

“Meanwhile, Back at the Laboratory….”  Wisconsin Academy Review 51,2 (Spring 2005): 29-32.  Link | PDF

“The Big Picture of Crane Conservation.”  The ICF Bugle 31,3 (August 2005): 2-3.  PDF

“Aldo Leopold.”  Pp. 1005-1008 in Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, J. Kaplan and B. Taylor, eds. (London:  Continuum International Publishing Group, 2005).  PDF

“In Memoriam:  Gaylord Nelson, 1916-2005.  Saying Goodbye to the Father of Earth Day.”  Wisconsin Trails 46,6 (December 2005): 74, 72.  PDF

2004

“Renewing the Conservation Consensus.”  Wingspread Journal (2004): 3-7.  Portions revised and included in Correction Lines: Essays on Land, Leopold and Conservation (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2004), pp. 222-246.  Reprinted in The Commonwealth Tree (Janesville, Wisc.) 1,2 (August 2005): 3-4.  PDF

“Goose Music:  Variations on a Theme by Aldo Leopold.”  Pp. 1-7 in Proceedings of the 2003 International Canada Goose Symposium, T. J Moser, R, D, Lien, K. C. VerCauteren, K. F. Abraham, D. E. Andersen, J. G. Bruggink, J. M. Coluccy, D A. Graber, J. O.Leafloor, D. R. Luukkonen, and R. E. Trost, eds. (Madison, Wisconsin, USA, 2004).  Link | PDF

2003

(With N. L. Bradley).  “The Once and Future Land Ethic.”  Pp. 118-120 in From Conquest to Conservation:  Our Public Lands Legacy, M. Dombeck, C. Wood, and J. Williams, eds. (Washington, D. C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2003). [Copyright © 2003 Michael P. Dombeck and Christopher A. Wood. Reproduced by permission of Island Press, Washington, D.C.]  Reprinted in Strides, the newsletter of the Leopold Education Project 8, 4 (Fall 2003): 1-2.  Reprinted in Wyoming Wildlife (January 2007): 2-9.  Revised version included in Correction Lines:  Essays on Land, Leopold and Conservation (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2004), pp. 210-221.   PDF

“Conservation and the Progressive Movement:  Growing from the Radical Center.”  Pp. 165-184 in Reconstructing Conservation: Finding Common Ground.  Ben Minteer and Robert Manning, eds. (Washington, D. C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2003).  [Copyright © 2003 Island Press. Reproduced by permission of Island Press, Washington, D.C.]  Excerpted in Wild Earth (Summer/Fall 2003), pp. 59-65.  Revised version included in Correction Lines:  Essays on Land, Leopold and Conservation (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2004), pp. 42-62).  PDF

“Bio(graphical) Diversity.”  Review of George Perkins Marsh: Prophet of Conservation by D. Lowenthal; So Great a Vision: The Conservation Writings of George Perkins Marsh by S. Trombulak; A River Running West: The Life of John Wesley Powell by D. Worster; Seeing Things Whole: The Essential John Wesley Powell by W. DeBuys; Theodore Rex by E. Morris; Gifford Pinchot and the Making of Modern Environmentalism by C. Miller; The Conservation Diaries of Gifford Pinchot by H. K. Steen.  Conservation Biology 17,4 (August 2003):  1179-1195.  Link | PDF

“Conservation Psychology as Self-Liberation.”  Human Ecology Review, C. Saunders and G. Myers, eds., 10,2 (Winter 2003): 164-166.  Link | PDF

2002

“Homegrown Conservation:  The Revolution Is Here.”  Wisconsin Academy Review 48,2 (Spring 2002): 49-51.  Link | PDF

(With M. Mossman).  “Dreaming of Badger:  The Inside Story.”  Wisconsin Academy Review 48,3 (Summer 2002): 21-23.  Link | PDF

(Interview.)  “Aldo Leopold and the Huron Mountain Club.”  Environmental Review 9, 7 (July 2002): 1-8.  Link | PDF

2001

Foreword to The Historical Ecology Handbook:  A Restorationist’s Guide to Reference Ecosystems, S. Egan and E.A. Howell, eds. (Washington, D. C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2001), pp. xv-xix.  [Copyright © 2001, 2005 Island Press. Reproduced by permission of Island Press, Washington, D.C.]  PDF

“Murie’s Choice:  An Introduction to the Essay ‘Ethics in Wildlife Management.’”  Pp. 51-52 in The Muries:  Voices for Wilderness & Wildlife, N. Shea, S. Chase, M. Madison, and M Daly, eds. (Moose, Wyo.:  The Murie Center and Shepardstown, W.V.:  the USFWS National Conservation Training Center, 2001).  PDF

“Conservation Movement, Historical.”  Pp. 883-896 in Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 1st ed., S. Levin, editor-in-chief (San Diego, Calif.:  Academic Press, 2001).  Revised for 2nd edition (2013).  Link

“Leopold, Aldo.”  In The Oxford Companion to United States History, P.S. Boyer, editor-in-chief.  (New York:  Oxford University Press, 2001).  PDF

“Leopold, Aldo.”  In Encyclopedia of Global Change:  Environmental Change and Human Society, A.S. Goudie, editor-in-chief (New York:  Oxford University Press, 2001).

“Leopold, Aldo.”  Pp. 768-769 in The Marshall Cavendish Encyclopedia of the Environment, R.A. Eblen and W.R. Eblen, eds. (Tarrytown, N.Y.:  Rene Dubos Center for Human Environments and Marshall Cavendish Corp., 2001).  PDF

(With P. Johnson, J. Zedler, M Strigel, R. Lange).  “Looking Back on Leopold.”  Wisconsin Academy Review 47,1 (Winter 2001): 55.  Link | PDF

“Roosevelt, Conservation, and the Revival of Democracy.”  Conservation Biology 15,4 (August 2001): 829-831.  PDF

“Into the Future:  New Initiatives for Building SCB’s Membership.” Society for Conservation Biology News 8,4 (December 2001): 19.  PDF

2000

“Giving Voice to Concern.”  Pp. 12-24 in “Marshland Elegy by Aldo Leopold, with an interpretive essay by Curt Meine.”  A special publication of the Aldo Leopold Foundation, the International Crane Foundation, and the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, 1999.  Revised version included in Correction Lines:  Essays on Land, Leopold and Conservation (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2004), pp. 132-147.  Excerpted in African Cranes, Wetlands & Communities Newsletter 1 (2007): 4-5.  PDF

“The Secret Leopold, Or Who Really Wrote A Sand County Almanac.”  Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters 88 (2000): 1-21.  Reprinted, pp. 33-46 in Aldo Leopold’s Land Ethic: A Legacy for Public Land Managers, K. Wadsworth,  H. Kirchner, and J. J. Higgins, eds. (St. Paul, MN:  Pheasants Forever, 2000),.  Revised version included in Correction Lines:  Essays on Land, Leopold and Conservation (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2004), pp. 161-183.  Link | PDF

(With R.D. Beilfuss and G.W. Archibald).  “The World Crane Action Plan:  Implications for Conservation of Cranes and Wetlands in Africa.”  Ostrich 71, 1&2 (2000): 227.  Link | PDF

1999

“Leopold, Aldo.”  Pp. 496-497 in American National Biography, Volume 13, J.A. Garrity and M.C. Carnes, eds. (New York:  Oxford University Press, 1999).  Link

“Reimagining the Prairie:  Aldo Leopold and the Origins of Prairie Restoration.”  Pp. 144-160 in Recovering the Prairie, Robert Sayre, ed. (Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1999).  Reprinted in The Prairie Reader 4,1 (Summer 1999): 5-7; and 4,2 (Fall 1999): 1, 3.

(With Richard L. Knight.)  Introduction to The Essential Aldo Leopold:  Quotations and Commentaries,  pp. xiv-xix (Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1999).

“The Reach of Words.”  Pp. 314-316 in The Essential Aldo Leopold:  Quotations and Commentaries (Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1999).  Reprinted in Wild Earth 9,3 (Fall 1999): 22-24.

“It’s About Time:  Conservation Biology and History.”  Conservation Biology 13,1 (February 1999): 1-3.  Link | PDF

“’Now Write Us Fully My Boy…’:  Aldo Leopold’s Letters Home from Lawrenceville.”  Lawrentian 63,2 (Spring 1999): 18-25.  PDF

“Building Community and Conservation on the Prairie.”  The ICF Bugle 26,2 (May 1999): 4-5.  PDF

“A Brief History of Recreation in the American West.”  The Outdoor Network 10,1 (Spring 1999): 19, 28-29, 31.  PDF

“Reading the Landscape:  Aldo Leopold and Wildlife Ecology 118.”  Forest History Today (Fall 1999): 35-42.   PDF

“Leopold’s Words At Work.”  Defenders 74,2 (Spring 1999): 38.  Reprinted:  Wisconsin Academy Review 45,4 (Fall 1999): 55.  PDF

1998

“Seeking Sauk Prairie.”  Pp. 49-52 in A Place to Which We Belong, D. Boyer and J. Isherwood, eds. (Madison, Wisc.: 1000 Friends of Wisconsin, 1998).  Reprinted as “Seeking Continuity on the Sauk Prairie” by the Community Conservation Coalition for the Sauk Prairie.   PDF

“The Continent Indissoluble.”  Pp. 325-336 in Stewardship Across Boundaries, R.L. Knight and P.B. Landres, eds. (Washington, D. C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 1998).  [Copyright © 1998 by Island Press. Reproduced by permission of Island Press, Washington, D.C.]  Revised version included in Correction Lines: Essays on Land, Leopold and Conservation (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2004), pp. 222-246.  PDF

(With J. Harris).  “Putting the Pieces Together:  International Efforts to Conserve Cranes and Their Habitats.”  Pp. 467-476 in Principles of Conservation Biology, 2nd Ed., R. Carroll and G. Meffe, eds. (Sunderland, Mass.: Sinauer Associates, 1998).  PDF

“A Mystery Solved.”  Journal of Forestry 96,4 (April 1998): 28-29.  Reprinted, pp. 131-134 in The Land Ethic:  Meeting Human Needs for the Land and Its Resources (Bethesda, MD: Society of American Foresters, 1998).  Link | PDF

“Sharing Lessons, Meeting Challenges.”  The ICF Bugle 24,2 (May 1998): 16.  PDF

“Moving Mountains:  Aldo Leopold & A Sand County Almanac.”  Wildlife Society Bulletin 26,4 (Winter 1998): 697-706.  Reprinted in Aldo Leopold and the Ecological Conscience, R.L. Knight and S. Reidel, eds. (New York:  Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 14-31.  Revised version included in Correction Lines:  Essays on Land, Leopold and Conservation (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2004),  pp. 148-160.  Link | PDF

1997

“Inherit the Grid.”  Pp. 45-62 in Placing Nature:  Culture and Landscape Ecology, J. Nassauer, ed.  (Washington, D. C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 1997).  Revised version included in Correction Lines:  Essays on Land, Leopold and Conservation (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2004), pp. 187-209.  [Copyright © 1997 Joan Iverson Nassauer. Reproduced by permission of Island Press, Washington, D.C.] Revised version excerpted in The Leopold Outlook (Autumn 2004): 3-6.  Revised version excerpted in California Surveyor 146 (2005‐06): 12-14, 18.  PDF

“Planting the Future:  Aldo Leopold on Agriculture’s Next Century.”  Pp. 35-41 in Sustainable Agriculture:  Taking Stock, Moving Forward.  1997 Tenth Anniversary Conference Proceedings (Ames, Iowa:  Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, 1997).  PDF

“Wallace Stegner:  Geobiographer.”  Pp. 121-136 in Wallace Stegner and the Continental Vision:  Critical Essays and Commentary, C. Meine, ed. (Washington, D. C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 1998).  PDF

“Leopold, Aldo.”  Pp. 458-461 in Biographical Dictionary of North American Environmentalists, K. B. Sterling, R.P. Hammond, G.A. Cevasco, and L.F. Hammond, eds. (London and Westport, Conn.:  Greenwood Press, 1997).  PDF

1996

(With G.W. Archibald).  “Family Gruidae.”  Pp. 60-89 in Handbook of the Birds of the World, Volume 3, J. del Hoyo and A. Elliot, eds. (Barcelona:  Lynx Editions and the ICBP, 1996).

(With G.W. Archibald).  “Ecology, Status, and Conservation.”  Ch. 13 in Cranes:  Their Biology, Husbandry, and Conservation, D. Ellis, G. Gee, and C.M. Mirande, eds. (Blaine, Wash.: Hancock Publishers, 1996).  Link | PDF

(With E. Urban).  “Preparing National Crane and Wetland Action Plans.”  Pp. 587-588 in Proceedings of the African Crane and Wetland Training Workshop, R.D. Beilfuss, W.R. Tarboten, and N.N. Gichuki, eds. (Baraboo, Wisc.:  International Crane Foundation, 1996).  PDF

(With G. . Archibald and R. P. Hallam).  “Securing Support for Crane and Wetland Conservation Projects.”  Pp. 589-590 in Proceedings of the African Crane and Wetland Training Workshop, R.D. Beilfuss, W.R. Tarboten, and N.N. Gichuki, eds.  Baraboo, Wisc.:  International Crane Foundation, 1996.  PDF

(With G. Meffe).  “Conservation Values, Conservation Science:  A Healthy Tension.”  Conservation Biology 10, 3 (June 1996): 916-917.  Link | PDF

“A Blueprint for Crane Conservation.”  The ICF Bugle 22,3 (August 1996): 8.  PDF

(With G. Vaughn).  “Acting on Principle:  Aldo Leopold and Biodiversity Conservation.”  Choices 11,3 (Third Quarter, 1996): 32-35.  PDF

1995

“Toward a Global Crane Action Plan.”  P. 460 in Crane Research and Protection in Europe, H. Prange, ed. (Halle-Wittenberg, Germany:  Martin-Luther-Universitat, 1995).  PDF

“Jay N. ‘Ding’ Darling,” “William O. Douglas,” “Aldo Leopold.”  Pp. 161-162, 182-183, 412-413 in Conservation and Environmentalism: An Encyclopedia, R. Paehlke, ed. (New York:  Garland Publishing, Inc., 1995).  PDF | PDF | PDF

“The Oldest Task in Human History.”  Pp. 7-35 in A New Century for Natural Resources Management, R. Knight and S. Bates, eds. (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 1995).  Revised version included in Correction Lines:  Essays on Land, Leopold and Conservation (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2004), pp. 13-41.  [Copyright © 1995 by Island Press. Reproduced by permission of Island Press, Washington, D.C.]  PDF

Review of R. Thiel, The Timber Wolf in Wisconsin:  The Death and Life of a Majestic PredatorWisconsin Magazine of History 78(2) (Winter 1994-1995): 138-139.  Link | PDF

“Aldo Leopold and the Endeavor Marsh.”  The ICF Bugle 21,4 (November 1995): 2, 4.  PDF

1994

“Aldo Leopold.”  In The Encyclopedia of the Environment.  Rene Dubos Center for Human Environments (Boston:  Houghton-Mifflin Co., 1994).  PDF

“Conservation Biology and Wildlife Management in America:  A Historical Perspective.”  Pp. 310-312 in Principles of Conservation Biology, R. Carroll and G. Meffe, eds. (Sunderland, Mass.:  Sinauer Associates, 1994).  Reprinted:  pp. 348-350 in Principles of Conservation Biology, 2nd Ed., R. Carroll and G. Meffe, eds. (Sunderland, Mass.:  Sinauer Associates, 1998); pp. 101-105 in Scientists on Biodiversity, L Koebner, J.E.S. Sokolow, F.T. Grifo, and S. Simpson, eds. (New York:  American Museum of Natural History, 1998); pp. 144-148 in The Biodiversity Crisis:  Losing What Counts (New York:  American Museum of Natural History, 2001).  PDF

“An Ancient Landscape Faces New Challenges.”  The ICF Bugle 20,2 (May 1994): 2-3.  PDF

1993

“The Calling of Cranes.”  World Birdwatch 15,4 (December 1993): 14-17.  Revised and republished by the Center for Humans and Nature (2016):  Link | PDF

1992

“Conservation Biology and Sustainable Societies:  A Historical Perspective.”  Pp. 35-61 in After Earth Day:  Continuing the Conservation Effort, M. Oelschlaeger, ed. (Denton, Texas:  University of North Texas Press, 1992).  Revised version included in Correction Lines:  Essays on Land, Leopold and Conservation (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2004), pp. 63-85.  PDF

“The Utility of Preservation and the Preservation of Utility: Leopold’s Fine Line.”  Pp. 131-172 in The Wilderness Condition: Essays on Environment and Civilization, M. Oelschlaeger, ed. (San Francisco:  Sierra Club Books, 1992).  Revised version included in Correction Lines:  Essays on Land, Leopold and Conservation (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2004), pp. 89-116.  PDF

Review of S. Flader and J.B. Callicott, The River of the Mother of God and Other Essays by Aldo LeopoldJournal of Soil and Water Conservation 47,1 (January/February 1992): 94-95.  PDF

Review of R. Nelson, The Island WithinWisconsin Academy Review 38,4 (Fall 1992): 43.  PDF

“Keeper of the Cogs.”  Defenders 67,6 (November/December 1992): 9-17.  Revised version included in Correction Lines:  Essays on Land, Leopold and Conservation (Washington, D.C. and Covelo, Calif.:  Island Press, 2004), pp. 117-131.  PDF

1991

Review of P.J. Wilson, The Domestication of the Human SpeciesEnvironmental History Review 15,4 (Winter 1991): 107-109.  PDF

1989

Review of V. R. Potter, Global Bioethics: Building on the Leopold LegacyEnvironmental Ethics 11,3 (Fall 1989): 281-285.  Link | PDF

1987

“Aldo Leopold’s Early Years.”  Pp. 17-39 in Companion to A Sand County Almanac:  Interpretive and Critical Essays, J. Baird Callicott, ed. (Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1987).

“Building ‘The Land Ethic.’“  Pp. 172-185 in Companion to A Sand County Almanac:  Interpretive and Critical Essays, J. Baird Callicott, ed. (Madison:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1987).

“Great Possessions: An Excerpt from the Forthcoming Biography.”  Wisconsin Alumnus 88,3 (March/April 1987): 13‑14, 21.  PDF

“The Farmer as Conservationist: Leopold on Agriculture.”  Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 42,3 (May/June 1987): 144‑149.  Reprinted in Aldo Leopold: The Man and His Legacy, T. Tanner, ed. (Ankeny, Iowa:  Soil Conservation Society of America, 1987), pp. 39-52 ; subsequent editions published in 1995 and 2012.  Link PDF

“Teaching Conservation: The Leopold Legacy.”  Environmental Education News 3,3 (February 1987): 1‑2.  Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources publication.  Reprinted in Clearing 49,3 (May/June 1987): 25;  Environmental Education Project publication, Portland State University.  PDF

“How Leopold Learned to Think Like a Mountain.”  Wilderness 51,179 (Winter 1987): 57‑58, 60‑62.  PDF

“Aldo Leopold and the Biotic View of History.”  Wisconsin Academy Review 34,1 (December 1987): 24‑26.  Link | PDF