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Fauna series number one. : Government Printing Office. See Chase, A. 1987. Playing god in Yellowstone: the destruction of America’s first national park, 232–239. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Publishers. 27. Stegner, 128 (9). 28. Flader and Callicott, 131. For a discussion of Leopold’s wilderness protection activities during this period, see Flader and Callicott, 24–27 (2). 29. See Nash, R. 1982. Wilderness and the American mind, 191. 3rd ed. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press.
See also Cohen, M. 1988. The history of the Sierra Club, 1892–1970. San Francisco, California: Sierra Club Books. Frome, M. Whose woods are these: the story of the National Forests, 48. Garden City, New Jersey: Doubleday and Company, Inc. Pinchot, G. 1987. Breaking new ground, 85. : Island Press. Helpful summaries of this period include Stegner, W. 1992. A capsule history of conservation. In Where the bluebird sings to the lemonade springs: living and writing in the West, 117–132. New York: Random House; Mumford, L.
At the same time, the subculture of the forestry profession had changed. Timber interests played an ever-growing role in setting the education, research, and policy agenda. The postwar cohort of foresters grew farther away from the vision of unified conservation that was in many ways their own professional inheritance. Even when, for example, the Multiple Use–Sustained Yield Act of 1960 directed the Forest Service to balance timber production with other uses, the underlying idea—wiser coordination of forest management’s means and ends—remained essentially dormant.
A New Century for Natural Resources Management by Richard L. Knight, Sarah F. Bates, Vawter Parker, Peter Berck, Robert Costanza, Steward Pickett, James Kennedy, Jack Ward Thomas, Richard Ostfeld, Susan Kay Jacobson, Jeff DeBonis, Mark Brunson, Gloria Helfand, Winifred Kessler, Rupert Cutler, Robert H. N