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Articles from NHI

Toward Reciprocity in Healing: Introduction to the Special Issue. T.L. Fleischner, L. Sewall. 2020. Ecopsychology 12: 159-161.

Fire regimes and structural changes in oak-pine forests of the Mogollon Highlands ecoregion: Implications for ecological restoration. D.W. Huffman, M. Lisa Floyd, D.P. Hanna, J.E. Crouse, P.Z. Fulé, A.J. Sánchez Meador, J.D. Springer. 2020.
Forest Ecology and Management 465, doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118087

Historia Naturalis: Inspiring Ecology. 
T.L. Fleischner. 2020.
Journal of Natural History Education and Experience 14: 1-2.

Foreword: Welcome to the New Golden Age. Pages xi-xii in: John Siebert Farnsworth. 
T.L. Fleischner. 2020.
Nature Beyond Solitude: Notes From the Field. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.

Woody Plants of the Mogollon Highlands
C. Tomoff and J. Tomoff. 2019.
Natural History Institute, Prescott, Arizona.

Human Dimensions: Natural History as the Innate Foundation of Ecology.
S. McKeon, L. Weber, A.J. Adams, and T.L. Fleischner. 2019.
Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 00(0):e01656. https://doi.org/10.1002/bes2.1656.

Natural History as a Practice of Kinship.
T.L. Fleischner. 2019.
Minding Nature 12(3): 12-15.

Why Ecopsychology Needs Natural History.
L. Sewall and T.L. Fleischner. 2019.
Ecopsychology 11: 78-80.
[pdf, Spanish translation: Historia Natural-Ecosicologia]

The Natural History Renaissance Continues.
S.C. Trombulak and T.L. Fleischner. 2018.
Journal of Natural History Education and Experience 12: 1-4.

A Preliminary Description of the Mogollon Highlands Ecoregion.
T.L. Fleischner, D. Hanna, and L. Floyd-Hanna. 2017.
The Plant Press [Arizona Native Plant Society], Fall: 3-6.

Nature, Love, Medicine: Essays on Healing in Wildness.
T.L. Fleischner, editor. 2017.
Torrey House Press, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Our Deepest Affinity.
T.L Fleischner. 2017.
Pages 3-15 in T.L. Fleischner, ed.  Nature, Love, Medicine: Essays on Healing in Wildness. Torrey House Press, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Natural History–Here and Now.
T.L.Fleischner,  2017.
Pan European Networks: Science and Technology 25: 1-2.

Saying Yes to Environmental Field Studies: A Guide to Proactive, Successful Administration and Operations. 
S. Pace, T.L. Fleischner, S. Weisberg, and A. Moline. 2017.
Natural History Institute, Prescott, Arizona.

Why Field Studies Matter for Teaching Biology.
T.L. Fleischner and colleagues. 2017.
Scientia, Issue No. 113, 9-12.

Learning from the Source.
T.L. Fleischner. 2017
Pan European Networks: Science and Technology 24: 1-2.

Teaching Biology in the Field: Importance, Challenges, and Solutions.
T.L. Fleischner and 12 co-authors.  2017.
BioScience 67 (6): 558-567.

An Invitation to Attentiveness and Imagination.
T.L. Fleischner.  2014.
Questions for a Resilient Future series, Center for Humans & Nature.

Toward Transformative Natural History Education: A Few Principles. 
T.L. Fleischner, T. Wessels, R.E. Grumbine, and S. Weisberg.  2013.
Journal of Natural History Education and Experience 7: 1-3.  

Natural History: The Taproot of Ecology.
T.L. Fleischner.  2012.
Pages 20-21 in R. Sagarin and A. Pauchard, eds.  Observation and ecology: broadening the scope of science to understand a complex world.  Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Why Natural History Matters.
T.L. Fleischner.  2011.
Journal of Natural History Education and Experience 5: 21-24.

The Way of Natural History.
T.L. Fleischner, editor. 2011.
Trinity University Press, San Antonio, Texas.

The Mindfulness of Natural History.
T.L. Fleischner.  2011.
Pages 3-15 in T.L. Fleischner, ed. The Way of Natural History.  Trinity University Press, San Antonio, TX.

Natural History Renaissance.
S.C. Trombulak and T.L. Fleischner.  2007.
Journal of Natural History Education 1: 1-4.

Natural History and the Deep Roots of Resource Management.
T.L. Fleischner, T.L. 2005.
Natural Resources Journal 45: 1-13.

Natural History and the Spiral of Offering.
T.L. Fleischner. 2001.
Wild Earth 11 (3/4)[Fall/Winter]: 10-13.

Revitalizing Natural History.
T.L. Fleischner. 1999.
Wild Earth 9(2) [Summer]: 81-89.

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