The Thoreau Institute
Endangered Species Research
Hard copies of each of the following reports may be ordered from the Thoreau Institute. The hard copies may have graphics and other information not included in the on-line versions.
- A thorough review of the law and ways to improve it.
- A complete review of problems with recovering the most endangered mammal in North America, written by Karl Hess, Jr. (190K).
- A review of a candidate species (since listed), by Craig Knowles and Robert Gumtow (85K).
- Finds that most species are largely or primarily endangered by federal programs or subsidies, by Jeff Opperman (86K)
- Compares a variety of non-coercive ways of protecting species, by Brett Schaerer (79K)
Articles and Op-Eds
- Article published in the FSEEE newsletter, Inner Voice.
- Speech given at a Smithsonian conference on biodiversity on April 22, 1995.
- Op-ed published in the Arizona Daily Star (1-5-98) and several other papers.