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1999.Miller, Brian, R. Reading, J. Strittholt, C. Carroll, R. Noss, M. Soulé, O. Sanchez, J. Terborgh, D. Brightsmith, T. Cheeseman, and D. Foreman.  Using focal species in the design of nature reserve networks.  Wild Earth 8(4):81-92.

1999.

M.E. Soulé and J. Terborgh.  The policy and science of regional conservation.  Pp 1-18  in Soulé and J. Terborgh (eds.).  Continental Conservation: Scientific Foundations for regional conservation networks. Island Press.

1999.

J. Michael Scott, Elliott Norse, Hector Arita, Andy Dobson, James Estes, Mercedes Foster, Barrie Gilbert, Deborah Jensen, Richard Knight, David Mattson, and Michael Soulé.  Considering scale in the identification, selection and design of biological reserves. Pp 19-36 in M. E. Soulé and J. Terborgh (eds.).  Continental Conservation: Scientific Foundations for regional conservation networks. Island Press.

1999.Dan Simberloff, Dan Doak, Martha Groom, Steve Trombulak, Andy Dobson, Steve Gatewood, Michael Soulé, Michael Gilpin, Carlos Martinez Del Rio, and Lisa Mills.  Regional and continental restoration. Pp 65-98 in M. E. Soulé and J. Terborgh (eds.).  Continental Conservation: Scientific Foundations for regional conservation networks.

100. 1999.Andy Dobson, Kathy Ralls, Mercedes Foster, Michael Soulé, Dan Simberloff, Dan Doak, Jim Estes, L. Scott Mills, Dave Mattson, Rodolfo Dirzo, Hector Arita, Sadie Ryan, Elliot Norse, Reed Noss, and David Johns.  Reconnecting fragmented landscapes. Pp 129-170 in M. E. Soulé and J. Terborgh (eds.).  Continental Conservation: Scientific Foundations for regional conservation networks. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

1999.M.J. Groom, D.B. Jensen, R.L. Knight, S. Gatewood, Lisa Mills, D. Boyd-Heger,

L. S. Mills, and M.E. Soulé.  Buffer Zones:  Recognizing the benefits and dangers of compatible stewarship. Pp 171-198 in M. E. Soulé and J. Terborgh (eds.).  Continental Conservation: Scientific Foundations for regional conservation networks. Island Press, spring 1999.

1999J. Terborgh and M. E. Soulé.  Why we need mega-reserves—and how to design them.  Pp 199-216 in in  M. E. Soulé and J. Terborgh (eds.).  Continental Conservation: Scientific Foundations for regional conservation networks. Island Press, spring 1999.

1999.  Crooks, J.A. and M.E. Soulé.  Lag times of population explosions of invasive species: Causes and implications.  Pp 127-138 in O.T. Sandlund, P.J. Schei, and A Viken (editors). Invasive Species and Biodiversity Management. Kluwer  Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

1999

M.E. Soulé and J. Terborgh.  Protecting nature at regional and continental scales:  A conservation biology program for the new millennium.  Bioscience 49:809-817.

1999K.R. Crooks and M.E. Soulé.  Mesopredator release and avifaunal extinctions in a fragmented system.  Nature 400:563-566.

2000.Soulé, M. E.  The Wildlands Project:  An affirmative response to a creeping crisis.  Pp. 1-8 in Keeley, J. E., Baer-Keeley, and C. J. Fotheringham (Eds.), 2nd Interface between ecology and land development in California.  US Geological Survey, Open-File Report 00-62, Sacramento.

2000.

Soulé, M. E. Does sustainable development help nature?  Wild Earth, Winter 2000/2001:56--64.

2001.    Crooks, K. R., A. V. Suarez, D. T. Bolger, and M. E. Soulé.  2001.  Extinction and

colonization of birds on habitat islands.  Conservation Biology 15:159-172.

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