Title

America's Forgotten Ecosystem

Authors

Michael Lipske

Document Type

NCA Publications/Journals & Book Chapters

Publication Date

10-1-2000

Journal Title/Publication Source

National Wildlife

Issue Number

38

Page Numbers

18-25

Abstract

For a relationship that began poorly, Tim Reynolds' romance has endured exceedingly well. The ecologist has spent the past 25 years conducting wildfire research on the 900 square miles that make up the grounds of the U.S. Department of Energy's Idaho Engineering and Environmental Laboratory—one of the best remaining chunks of a type of northwestern U.S. habitat called sagebrush steppe.

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America's Forgotten Ecosystem

For a relationship that began poorly, Tim Reynolds' romance has endured exceedingly well. The ecologist has spent the past 25 years conducting wildfire research on the 900 square miles that make up the grounds of the U.S. Department of Energy's Idaho Engineering and Environmental Laboratory—one of the best remaining chunks of a type of northwestern U.S. habitat called sagebrush steppe.