trainwrecks

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Outline: Environmental Train Wrecks 1. DEFINITION OF TRAIN WRECKS. 2. SPOTTED OWLS, MARBLED MURRELETS & SALMON. 3. RED-COCKADED WOODPECKERS. 4. STEPHEN’S KANGAROO RATS & CALIFORNIA GNATCATCHERS. SUGGESTED READINGS: Stalcup, B. (ed). 1996. Endangered species: opposing viewpoints. Greenhaven Press, San Diego. Welch, C. 2009. The spotted owl’s new nemesis. Smithsonian (January issue), pages 62-67.
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ENVIRONMENTAL TRAIN WRECKS We tend not to take action until a crisis is about to explode. Most famous example: Spotted Owls in the Pacific Northwest.
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RED-COCKADED WOODPECKER (see handout posted online)
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LONGLEAF PINE FORESTS
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NATIVE KANGAROO RATS
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CALIFORNIA GNATCATCHER
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SPOTTED OWLS NATIVE SPECIES FOUND IN _______ ________________ ________________. juvenile Spotted Owl
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HABITAT: ______ ________________ ________________ in the PACIFIC NORTHWEST.
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The most Spotted Owls are often found in ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ because __________________ ___________________
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Unformatted text preview: ___________________ ___________________ __________________. SPOTTED OWLS ARE NOT VALUABLE THEMSELVES THEY ARE ___________________ ___________________ _________________, WHICH IS NOW VERY RARE. TIMBER INDUSTRY WAS ABLE TO ARGUE ___________________ ___________________ MARBLED MURRELET _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ MURRELETS BREED IN COASTAL FORESTS ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ FINAL PIECE: SALMON ________________________________________ ______________________________________. SALMON IS BILLION-DOLLAR INDUSTRY ______________________________________ BY mid-1990s, TIMBER INDUSTRY FACED WITH DEMANDS FROM ENVIRONMENTALISTS, SALMON INDUSTRY, NATIVE AMERICANS, OUTDOOR RECREATIONISTS. TRAIN WRECK SITUATION ALL SIDES JOINED IN MAJOR FOREST SUMMIT CONFERENCE TO FIND SOLUTION...
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