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Three Sisters

Three Sisters, High Cascades, Oregon

RÉSUMÉ
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


EXPERIENCE:
I spent over 25 years as a research scientist in natural history and ecology in forest, shrub steppe, subarctic, desert, coastal, and agricultural settings. Trained primarily as a vertebrate zoologist, I was a research mammalogist in Nubia, Egypt, (1963-1964) with the Yale University Peabody Museum Prehistoric Expedition and a research mammalogist in Nepal (1966-1967), where I participated in a study of tick-borne diseases for the U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit #3 based in Cairo, Egypt. I conducted a three-year (1970-1973) ecological survey of the Oregon Coast for the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington. I was a research ecologist with the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management for thirteen years--the first seven (1974-1981) studying the biophysical relationships in rangelands in southeastern Oregon and the last six (1982-1987) studying old-growth forests in western Oregon. I also spent a year as a landscape ecologist with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (1990-1991).

Today I am an independent author as well as an international lecturer, facilitator in resolving environmental conflicts, vision statements, and sustainable community development. I am also an international consultant in forest ecology and sustainable forestry practices.

PUBLICATIONS:
I have written over 290 publications, including 39 books that I have either written, coauthored, or edited in the last 20 years. My books are in libraries in 78 countries, including the United States and Canada. Some of them are:

•The Redesigned Forest. 1988.

•Fleas of the Pacific Northwest. 1988. (Junior author with Robert E. Lewis and J.H. Lewis)

•Forest Primeval: The Natural History of an Ancient Forest. 1989.

•Global Imperative: Harmonizing Culture and Nature. 1992.

•Sustainable Forestry: Philosophy, Science, and Economics. 1994.

•From the Forest to the Sea: The Ecology of Wood in Streams, Rivers, Estuaries, and Oceans. 1994. (Senior author with James R. Sedell)

•Resolving Environmental Conflict: Toward Sustainable Community Development. 1996.

•Sustainable Community Development: Principles and Concepts. 1997.

•Setting the Stage for Sustainability: A Citizen's Handbook. 1998. (Senior author with Russ Beaton and Kevin Smith)

•Vision and Leadership in Sustainable Development. 1998.

•Mammals of the Pacific Northwest: From the Coast to the High Cascades. 1998.

•Ecological Diversity in Sustainable Development: The Vital and Forgotten Dimension. 1999.

•Reuniting Economy and Ecology in Sustainable Development 1999. (Junior author with Russ Beaton)

•Land-Use Planning for Sustainable Development 2000. (Junior author with Jane Silberstein)

•Forest Certification in Sustainable Development: Healing the Landscape 2000. (Senior author with Walter Smith)

•Of Paradoxes and Metaphors: Understanding Some of Life's Lessons. 2003.

•The Perpetual Consequences of Fear and Violence: Rethinking the Future. 2004.

•Evaluating Sustainable Development: Giving People a Voice in Their Destiny 2004. (Junior author with Okechukwu Ukaga)

•Of Ditches And Ponds: A Journey Through The Metaphors Of Childhood And Maturity. 2004.

•The World is in My Garden: A Journey of Consciousness. 2005. (Senior author with Zane Maser)

•Our Forest Legacy: Today's Decisions, Tomorrow's Consequences. 2005.

•Teaching Kids to Change The World: Lessons to Inspire Social Responsibility for Grades 6-12. 2008. (Junior author with Jennifer Griffin-Wiesner).

•Trees, Truffles, and Beasts: How Forests Function. 2008. (Senior author with Andrew W. Claridge and James M. Trappe)

•Earth In Our Care: Ecology, Economy, and Sustainability. 2009.

•Social-Environmental Planning: The Design Interface Between Everyforest and Everycity. 2009.

•Sustainable Development: Principles, Frameworks, And Case Studies. 2010. (Second editor and contributing author with Okechukwu Ukaga and Michael Reichenbach.)

•Resolving Environmental Conflicts. Second Edition. 2011. (Senior author with Carol Pollio.)

•Economics and Ecology: United for a Sustainable World. 2012. (Junior author with Russ Beaton.)

•Decision Making For A Sustainable Environment: A Systemic Approach. 2013. (Senior author, with a chapter by Jessica K. La Porte.)

•Life, the Wonder of It All. 2013. (Senior author with Reese Halter.)

•Land-Use Planning for Sustainable Development, Second Edition. 2014. (Junior author with Jane Silberstein.)

•Interactions of Land, Ocean and Humans: A Global Perspective. 2014.

•The Natural History of a Mountain Meadow and Its Cirque. 2015.

•Sustainability and the Rights of Nature: An Introduction. 2017.

I HAVE LIVED, WORKED, CONSULTED, AND/OR LECTURED IN:  Austria • Canada • Chile • Egypt • France • Germany • Japan • Malaysia • Mexico • Nepal • Slovakia • Switzerland • and various settings in the United States

BC Canada

British Columbia, Canada

Slovakia

Cergov, Slovakia

Oregon Cascades

Cascade Mountains, Oregon, USA

Snags

High-mountain sentinels

Malaysia

Pasoh, Malaysia


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