The Resource Endangered species : opposing viewpoints, Brenda Stalcup, book editor

Endangered species : opposing viewpoints, Brenda Stalcup, book editor

Label
Endangered species : opposing viewpoints
Title
Endangered species
Title remainder
opposing viewpoints
Statement of responsibility
Brenda Stalcup, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book includes articles on extinction, on the priority of endangered species, on other countries, and more
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
574.5/29
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QH75
LC item number
.E66 1996
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Stalcup, Brenda
Series statement
Opposing viewpoints series
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  • Endangered species
  • Biodiversity conservation
  • Endangered species
  • Biodiversity conservation
Label
Endangered species : opposing viewpoints, Brenda Stalcup, book editor
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Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-258) and index
Contents
Extinction is a serious problem / Edward O. Wilson -- Extinction is not a serious problem / Julian L. Simon and Aaron Wildavsky -- Deforestation decreases biodiversity / John C. Ryan -- Deforestation's effects on biodiversity are exaggerated / Shawn Carlson -- The extinction of livestock breeds is a serious problem / Lisa Drew -- The extinction of wild plants threatens agriculture / Al Gore -- The Endangered Species Act is a failure / Robert E. Gordon -- The Endangered Species Act is effective / Michael J. Bean -- Preserving ecosystems will save endangered species / Douglass Lea --Preserving ecosystems will violate property rights / Ike C. Sugg -- Wildlife reintroduction programs help endangered species / Colin Tudge -- Wildlife reintroduction programs harm endangered species / Fiona Sunquist -- All endangered species should be preserved / Roger L. Disilvestro -- Some endangered species cannot be saved / Suzanne Winckler -- Protection of endangered species harms private property owners / Robert J. Smith -- Private property regulation is necessary to save endangered species / Bruce Babbitt -- Saving the northern spotted owl costs loggers their jobs / Randy Fitzgerald --The northern spotted owl is not responsible for loggers' unemployment / Alexander Cockburn & Timothy Egan -- Wolf reintroduction threatens ranchers' livelihoods / Alston Chase & Human Events -- Wolf reintroduction does not threaten ranchers' livelihoods / Renée Askins -- Wetland regulations are unfair to property owners / William F. Jasper -- Wetland regulations are fair to property owners / Douglas A. Thompson & Thomas G. Yocom -- The United States should condemn commercial whaling / Patricia A. Forkan -- The United States should accept commercial whaling / Mari Skåre --The international ivory ban should be maintained / The Animals' Voice and Andre Carothers -- The international ivory ban should be lifted / Richard C. Morais -- Buying rain forest products preserves biodiversity / Diane Jukofsky -- Buying rain forest products does not preserve biodiversity / Stephen Corry -- Indigenous people are endangered / Art Davidson -- Indigenous people are adapting to the modern world / Alan Thein Durning -- Humans are innately connected to nature / Edward O. Wilson -- Humans are not innately connected to nature / Jared Diamond -- Humans are endangering themselves / Robert M. McClung -- Humans are not endangering themselves / Thomas Palmer
Extent
1 online resource (264 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1033562486
Label
Endangered species : opposing viewpoints, Brenda Stalcup, book editor
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-258) and index
Contents
Extinction is a serious problem / Edward O. Wilson -- Extinction is not a serious problem / Julian L. Simon and Aaron Wildavsky -- Deforestation decreases biodiversity / John C. Ryan -- Deforestation's effects on biodiversity are exaggerated / Shawn Carlson -- The extinction of livestock breeds is a serious problem / Lisa Drew -- The extinction of wild plants threatens agriculture / Al Gore -- The Endangered Species Act is a failure / Robert E. Gordon -- The Endangered Species Act is effective / Michael J. Bean -- Preserving ecosystems will save endangered species / Douglass Lea --Preserving ecosystems will violate property rights / Ike C. Sugg -- Wildlife reintroduction programs help endangered species / Colin Tudge -- Wildlife reintroduction programs harm endangered species / Fiona Sunquist -- All endangered species should be preserved / Roger L. Disilvestro -- Some endangered species cannot be saved / Suzanne Winckler -- Protection of endangered species harms private property owners / Robert J. Smith -- Private property regulation is necessary to save endangered species / Bruce Babbitt -- Saving the northern spotted owl costs loggers their jobs / Randy Fitzgerald --The northern spotted owl is not responsible for loggers' unemployment / Alexander Cockburn & Timothy Egan -- Wolf reintroduction threatens ranchers' livelihoods / Alston Chase & Human Events -- Wolf reintroduction does not threaten ranchers' livelihoods / Renée Askins -- Wetland regulations are unfair to property owners / William F. Jasper -- Wetland regulations are fair to property owners / Douglas A. Thompson & Thomas G. Yocom -- The United States should condemn commercial whaling / Patricia A. Forkan -- The United States should accept commercial whaling / Mari Skåre --The international ivory ban should be maintained / The Animals' Voice and Andre Carothers -- The international ivory ban should be lifted / Richard C. Morais -- Buying rain forest products preserves biodiversity / Diane Jukofsky -- Buying rain forest products does not preserve biodiversity / Stephen Corry -- Indigenous people are endangered / Art Davidson -- Indigenous people are adapting to the modern world / Alan Thein Durning -- Humans are innately connected to nature / Edward O. Wilson -- Humans are not innately connected to nature / Jared Diamond -- Humans are endangering themselves / Robert M. McClung -- Humans are not endangering themselves / Thomas Palmer
Extent
1 online resource (264 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1033562486

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