MORA in the Trees

MORA in the Trees
Mt. Rainier through a variable retention harvest at Pack Forest, Washington, USA

Monday, January 6, 2014

#Bioscience brings in the new year with #OpenAccess

BioScience, the monthly semi-glam ecology magazine/journal, recently switched publishers. To celebrate this and draw in readers, they're going open access through February 2014.

"The entire archive and current content of BioScience, the monthly journal of the American Institute of Biological Sciences, are now open access for a limited time on the servers of its new publisher, Oxford University Press: http://bioscience.oxfordjournals.org/

Users can access the entire archive of BioScience for free until the end of February 2014.

Julie Palakovich Carr
Public Policy Manager
American Institute of Biological Sciences
www.aibs.org"



If you're not at a university or research agency and don't currently have access to Bioscience, now is the chance to download articles like D'amore et al 2012 or some newish or old classics like:

Benda, L.E., N. L. Poff, C. Tague, M.A. Palmer, J. Pizzuto, N. Bockstael, S. Cooper, E. Stanley, and G. Moglen. 2002. Avoiding train wrecks in the use of science in environmental problem solving. BioScience 52: 1127-1136.

Beechie T.J., Sear D., Olden J.D., Pess G.R., Buffington J.M., Moir H., Roni P., Pollock M.M. 2010. Process-based principles for restoring river ecosystems. BioScience 60: 209–222.

Thanks Oxfrd University Press and the American Institute of Biological Sciences for making the journal freely available for even a short amount of time.



1 comment:

  1. Hi Nate-
    I just skimmed your blog/website and appreciate your expertise in ecosystem restoration. As an OSU Master Naturalist student, I'm grappling to understand what legislation currently in the House and Senate will mean for forests here in Oregon. ( Bills: House 1525 Healthy Forests for Healthy Communities; and S. 1784 Oregon & California Land Grant Act of 2013) S.1784 promotes variable retention harvests. I will appreciate your thoughts... Is this a good practice? Why or why not? How does it compare with past harvest practice? Thank you- Jane ( my blog- www.justanothernatureenthusiast.org )

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