End of the Road: The Adverse Ecological Impacts of Roads and Logging
A Compilation of Independently Reviewed Research
NRDC Director of Communications
As with all our work, publication of this report would not have been possible without the support of NRDC's 400,000 members.
This report was prepared at the request of the Heritage Forests Campaign, with financial support from the Pew Charitable Trusts.
NRDC would like to thank the following individuals for the assistance they provided in preparing and reviewing this bibliography:
Reginald H. Barrett (University of California, Berkeley), Fields W. Cobb (University of California, Berkeley, Emeritus), Joan Ehrenfeld (Rutgers University), Don C. Erman (University of California, Davis, Emeritus), Nancy A. Erman (University of California, Davis, Emeritus), James P. Gibbs (State University of New York), Cara Nelson (University of Washington, Seattle), Barry Noon (Colorado State University), David A. Perry, (Oregon State University, Emeritus), and Mary F. Willson (The Nature Conservancy, Illinois).
In addition, NRDC would like to thank Andrew Cole, Gretchen Nurse, Ross Robertson, Janette Schue, and Christine Sheridan for their invaluable help.
End of the Road: The Adverse Ecological Impacts of Roads and Logging : A Compilation of Independently Reviewed Research. By Ayesha Ercelawn. January 2000. Photocopy only, $7.50. Order print copies .
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