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C. Josh Donlan

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--Josh Donlan, et al. After meeting at the Ladder Ranch in New Mexico, a group under the lead of Josh Donlan at Cornell University and including Paul Martin and Michael Soulé prepared two articles on Pleistocene Rewilding: a short one in Nature and a longer, more detailed one in the America Naturalist.Josh Donlan has also written popular articles on Pleistocene Rewilding in Slate, Grist, and Scientific American. Josh Donlan, Harry W. Greene, Joel Berger, Carl E. Bock, Jane H. Bock, David A. Burney, James A. Estes, Dave Foreman, Paul S. Martin, Gary W. Roemer, Felisa A. Smith, and Michael E. Soulè, "Re-wilding North America," Nature, Vol.Josh Donlan, Joel Berger, Carl E. Bock, Jane H. Bock, David A. Burney, James A. Estes, Dave Foreman, Paul S. Martin, Gary W. Roemer, Felisa A. Smith, Michael E. Soulé, and Harry W. Greene, "Pleistocene Rewilding: An Optimistic Agenda for Twenty-First Century Conservation."Josh Donlan, "Claws and Effects," Grist, November 8, 2005.Josh Donlan, "Lions and Cheetahs and Elephants, Oh My!"Slate, August 18, 2005. C. Josh Donlan, "Restoring America's Big, Wild Animals," Scientific American, June 2007, 70-77.


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(7) Restoring America's Big, Wild Animals , Josh Donlan, Scientific American June 2007
(8) Twilight of the Mammoths: Ice Age Extinctions and the Rewilding of America.


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(3) Restoring America's Big Wild Animals, C. Josh Donlan, Scientific American June 2007, 70-77


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