Charles van Riper III

Charles van Riper III is the station leader for the U.S. Geological Survey SBSC Sonoran Desert Research Station and a professor in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment at the University of Arizona. He is recipient of the 2006 Natural Areas George Fell Award and the 2007 George Wright Society Natural Resources Management Award. He has authored over 250 scientific papers, books, and book chapters.
The Colorado Plateau The Colorado Plateau
The Colorado Plateau

The Colorado Plateau

Cultural, Biological, and Physical Research

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The Colorado Plateau II The Colorado Plateau II
The Colorado Plateau II

The Colorado Plateau II

Biophysical, Socioeconomic, and Cultural Research

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The Colorado Plateau III The Colorado Plateau III
The Colorado Plateau III

The Colorado Plateau III

Integrating Research and Resources Management for Effective Conservation

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The Colorado Plateau IV The Colorado Plateau IV
The Colorado Plateau IV

The Colorado Plateau IV

Shaping Conservation Through Science and Management

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The Colorado Plateau V The Colorado Plateau V
The Colorado Plateau V

The Colorado Plateau V

Research, Environmental Planning, and Management for Collaborative Conservation

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The Colorado Plateau VI The Colorado Plateau VI
The Colorado Plateau VI

The Colorado Plateau VI

Science and Management at the Landscape Scale

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Southwestern Desert Resources Southwestern Desert Resources
Southwestern Desert Resources

Southwestern Desert Resources

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