A Loggers Hope (Long)
dstaples at livingston.net
Thu Dec 3 21:51:26 EST 1998
Don Baccus wrote:
> So, what are you looking for, Don? A lengthy rebuttal rehashing this
> old tired debate over whether or not modern wildlife biology, ecology
> (the science of ecology, not "pop" ecology) and the findings of modern
> academic foresters is "good science" or "junk science"?
> I'm not going to waste my time pointing out over and over again that
> "logger science" isn't pre-ordained to be "good science" simply because
> it provides jobs.
> The effects of past management on current wildlife distribution
> and population levels is well-documented and irrefutable.
> Those who care can take the time to look themselves.
> Including the author you quote...
Looking for? I posted an article that is well writen with a point of
view not reflected often enough on the groups, by an author who's
occupation is not often reflected on the groups. Read it and weep, or
cheer, "quite frankly Scarlett, I dont give a damn."
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