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What is ecosystem management?
RE Grumbine
Conservation biology 8 (1), 27-38, 1994
25391994
The melting Himalayas: cascading effects of climate change on water, biodiversity, and livelihoods
J Xu, RE Grumbine, A Shrestha, M Eriksson, X Yang, YUN Wang, ...
Conservation Biology 23 (3), 520-530, 2009
8562009
Reflections on “What is Ecosystem Management?” Reflexiones sobre “¿ Que es el Manejo de Ecosistemas?”
RE Grumbine
Conservation Biology 11 (1), 41-47, 1997
4581997
Mekong hydropower development
RE Grumbine, J Xu
Science 332 (6026), 178-179, 2011
2462011
Ghost bears: exploring the biodiversity crisis
RE Grumbine
Island Press, 1992
2271992
Threats from India's Himalaya dams
RE Grumbine, MK Pandit
Science 339 (6115), 36-37, 2013
2062013
Mekong hydropower: drivers of change and governance challenges
RE Grumbine, J Dore, J Xu
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10 (2), 91-98, 2012
1962012
Landscape transformation through the use of ecological and socioeconomic indicators in Xishuangbanna, Southwest China, Mekong Region
J Xu, RE Grumbine, P Beckschäfer
Ecological Indicators 36, 749-756, 2014
1762014
Viable populations, reserve size, and federal lands management: a critique
RE Grumbine
Conservation Biology 4 (2), 127-134, 1990
1441990
Recommendations for Integrating Restoration Ecology and Conservation Biology in Ponderosa Pine Forests of the Southwestern United States
DJV Reed F. Noss,1,8 Paul Beier,2 W. Wallace Covington,3 R. Edward Grumbine ...
Restoration Ecology 14 (1), 4-10, 2006
1272006
Conserving plant species with extremely small populations (PSESP) in China
Y Ma, G Chen, RE Grumbine, Z Dao, W Sun, H Guo
Biodiversity and Conservation 22 (3), 803-809, 2013
1192013
Potential effects of ongoing and proposed hydropower development on terrestrial biological diversity in the Indian Himalaya
MK Pandit, RE Grumbine
Conservation Biology 26 (6), 1061-1071, 2012
1112012
National parks in China: Experiments with protecting nature and human livelihoods in Yunnan province, Peoples’ Republic of China (PRC)
DQ Zhou, RE Grumbine
Biological Conservation 144 (5), 1314-1321, 2011
922011
Environmental policy and biodiversity
RE Grumbine
Island Press, 1994
851994
Increasing tree cover while losing diverse natural forests in tropical Hainan, China
DL Zhai, JC Xu, ZC Dai, CH Cannon, RE Grumbine
Regional Environmental Change 14 (2), 611-621, 2014
802014
China's emergence and the prospects for global sustainability
RE Grumbine
BioScience 57 (3), 249-255, 2007
652007
Wildness, wise use, and sustainable development
RE Grumbine
Environmental ethics 16 (3), 227-249, 1994
651994
Creating a ‘conservation with Chinese characteristics’
RE Grumbine, J Xu
Biological Conservation 144 (5), 1347-1355, 2011
552011
Cooperation or conflict? Interagency relationships and the future of biodiversity for US parks and forests
RE Grumbine
Environmental Management 15 (1), 27-37, 1991
541991
Building ecosystem resilience for climate change adaptation in the Asian highlands
J Xu, RE Grumbine
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 5 (6), 709-718, 2014
532014
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