The Planet, Fall 1993, Clayoquot Compromised
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
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Western Washington University
Illustrator: Lawrence Bergquist; Planeteers: Barbara Borst, Greg Heffron, Richard Law, Mark Lehnert, Darren Nienaber, Michael D. Rayton, Brian Davis Reeves, Anthony J. Scotti
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Table of Contents
Suits, Sweaters, and a Media War by Derek Martin
A Clayoquot Primer: Introducing the Issue by Greg Heffron
Dutch by Michael Wewer
The Clayoquot Ecosystem by Anthony J. Scotti
Kennedy River Crossing. First Quarter Moon. October 22, 1992. by Michael D. Rayton
What Laws? by Mark Lehnert
Merv’s Ecoforestry by Darren Nienaber
A Triangle of Controversy by Barbara A. Borst
The Ghosts of Former Trees by Brian Davis Reeves
Benedictis by Richard Law
Publication at Western Washington University
British Columbia; Washington (State)
Environmental Sciences | Ethnic Studies | Higher Education | Journalism Studies
Student publication, Ethnic studies, Ecology, Environmental Studies
Martin, Derek and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "The Planet, 1993, Fall" (1993). The Planet. 91.
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