wildlife

Earth First!, "Killing Roads: A Citizens' Primer on the Effects & Removal of Roads"

In this primer, Jasper Carlton, Keith J. Hammer, and others discuss the ecological effects (direct and indirect) of roads due to increasing road density across the U.S. and other countries with a special focus on the wildlife, terrestrial and aquatic habitats. It further looks at how various contributing factors interact in complex ways, with long-term effects at several levels of biological organization and gives an outlook on what can be done to protect the ecosystem.

Anderson, David, and Mark Nuttall, eds., Cultivating Arctic Landscapes: Knowing and Managing Animals in the Circumpolar North

Cultivating Arctic Landscapes gives a well-rounded portrait of wildlife management, aboriginal rights, and politics in the circumpolar north. The book reveals unexpected continuities between socialist and capitalist ecological styles, and addresses the problems facing a new era of cultural exchanges between aboriginal peoples in each region.

Frost, Warwick, and Jennifer Laing, "From Yellowstone to Australia and New Zealand: National Parks 2.0"

Following the establishment of the world's first national park at Yellowstone (USA) in 1872, the concept was rapidly transferred to Australia, New Zealand and Canada. This article examines this second wave of adoption—and adaption—focussing on five case studies from Australia and New Zealand.