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Max Oelschlaeger

F. B. McAllister Chair of Community, Culture and Environment

Northern Arizona University

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Northern Arizona University

5 E. McConnell Drive

Flagstaff, Arizona,86011

United States

Company Description

Northern Arizona University is a high-research university with a statewide enrollment of 30,000 students. More than 20,000 students attend the Flagstaff campus, with more than 8,000 students enrolled online and at Extended Campus sites statewide. Research in g...more

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TRI's Science and Conservation Fellow Program

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Max Oelschlaeger
Northern Arizona University Max is the McAllister Endowed Chair in Community, Culture, and Environment at Northern Arizona University. His work engages the messy interface between cultural and natural systems using an interdisciplinary approach. His recent teaching has been in the areas of ecological restoration and also the past, present and future of the greater Grand Canyon bioregion. Max is a board member of Arizona Humanities Council, the Museum of Northern Arizona (where he served as Acting Director for six months), the Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, the Arizona Wilderness Coalition, and Environmental Ethics, Inc. Max and spouse Mary increasingly split time between Flagstaff, Arizona, and New Mexico.


Archive - ASLE

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Host: Max Oelschlaeger, Northern Arizona University


The Decline of Nature - Oak Publishing

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ISBN 978-0-9748668-5-7; 6 x 9 trade paperback; 457 pages; foreword by Max Oelschlaeger; endnotes; list of sources; index.
From the Foreword by Professor Max Oelschlaeger, Northern Arizona University


Science and Conservation Fellows for the Rewilding Institute

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Max Oelschlaeger Northern Arizona UniversityMax is the McAllister Endowed Chair in Community, Culture, and Environment at Northern Arizona University.His work engages the messy interface between cultural and natural systems using an interdisciplinary approach.His recent teaching has been in the areas of ecological restoration and also the past, present and future of the greater Grand Canyon bioregion. Max is a board member of Arizona Humanities Council, the Museum of Northern Arizona (where he served as Acting Director for six months), the Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, the Arizona Wilderness Coalition, and Environmental Ethics, Inc.Max and spouse Mary increasingly split time between Flagstaff, Arizona, and New Mexico.


TRI's Science and Conservation Fellow Program

rewilding.org [cached]

Max Oelschlaeger Northern Arizona University Max is the McAllister Endowed Chair in Community, Culture, and Environment at Northern Arizona University.His work engages the messy interface between cultural and natural systems using an interdisciplinary approach.His recent teaching has been in the areas of ecological restoration and also the past, present and future of the greater Grand Canyon bioregion. Max is a board member of Arizona Humanities Council, the Museum of Northern Arizona (where he served as Acting Director for six months), the Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, the Arizona Wilderness Coalition, and Environmental Ethics, Inc.Max and spouse Mary increasingly split time between Flagstaff, Arizona, and New Mexico.


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