Op-Eds and Letters
January 2010—Fly Fisherman, Volume 41: 2. "Protect, Rebuild, Restore."
September 2009—The Wildlife Professional. “Science in short – border fence impacts.”
July 2009—Hess, P. “Birds of northern Sonora” Birding, July 2009:31-32 http://www.aba.org/birding/v41n4p30.pdf.
July 2009—Marshall, J. “U.S.-Mexico border fence may snag wildlife” http://dsc.discovery.com/news/2009/07/08/border-fence-wildlife.html.
July 2009—Littlefield, A. “U.S.-Mexico border fence isolates wildlife” http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/greenspace/2009/07/usmexico-border-disrupts-wildlife.html.
2 April 2009—LeQuire, E. “Listening to the message of the Black-backed Woodpecker, a hot fire specialist” Fire Science Brief 39:1-6. http://www.firescience.gov/projects/04-2-1-106/supdocs/04-2-1-106_FSBrief39-Final-Binder.pdf
14 October 2008—Wuerthner, G. 2008. “Notes on the ’88 Yellowstone Fire Conference” published in New West. http://www.newwest.net/topic/article/notes_on_the_88_yellowstone_fire_conference/C329/L41/
11 September 2008 – “Unusual aura - Turkey vultures’ behavior piques kids’ interest” published in the Missoulian http://www.missoulian.com/articles/2008/09/11/outdoors/out50.txt
31 July 2008—Op-ed “Consider the birds in post-fire management”
published in the Missoulian
26 July 2008—Op-ed “Guest Opinion: Badly burned forests no loss for Mother Nature” published in the Billings Gazette
25 July 2008—Op-ed “Severely burned forests: not a bad thing”
published in the Standard-Examiner
19 July 2008—Op-ed “Severely burned forests: One of nature’s best-kept secrets”
published in Counterpunch
17 July 2008—Op-ed “Severely burned forests: One of nature’s best-kept secrets”
published in New West
DellaSala, D. A., J. R. Karr, T. Schoennagel, D. Perry, R. F. Noss, D. Lindenmayer, R. Beschta, R. L. Hutto, M. E. Swanson, J. Evans. 2006. Postfire logging debate ignores many issues. Science 314:51-52 [pdf].
11 August 2006—Op-ed “Narrow-minded to see forests only in terms of timber value”
published in the Missoulian [pdf].
8 December 2005—Op-ed on a birds-eye view of post-fire salvage logging
published in the Seattle Times.