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Forests under Fire: A Century of Ecosystem Mismanagement in the Southwest Hardcover – March 1, 2001


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"I expected just another diatribe unfairly attacking both professional resource managers and resource users for not having the wisdom of 20/20 hindsight. On reading the book, however, I was pleasantly surprised to find a well-balanced, scholarly anthology that addresses the history of forest management in the southwestern United States. . . . I recommend this book not just to those interested in the Southwest but to anyone seeking to understand the context of contemporary ecosystem management." —William Wallace Covington, Journal of Forestry "A truly excellent collection of essays. . .a significant and useful book that merits attention for its serious consideration of people and the environment in their complex and dynamic relationships." —Journal of the West

About the Author

Christopher J. Huggard is Associate Professor of History at the NorthWest Arkansas Community College. Arthur R. Gómez is National Park Service Historian, Santa Fe, N.M., whose books include Quest for the Golden Circle: The Four Corners and the Metropolitan West, 1945-1970 and Public Lands and Public Sentiment: A Comparative Look at National Parks.

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