Papers from a symposium on the endangered Mt. Graham red squirrel, called in response to the building of an observatory on the mountain by the University of Arizona, offers a comprehensive picture of the ecological conditions and the impacts of natural and man-mad changes on the squirrel and its mountain home.Letter from Wendlser Nosie, Apaches for Cultural Preservation to Saf- ford Ranger District, July 15, 2000. On file ... 2002. The White Mountain Apache Tribe Heritage Program: Origins, operations, and challenges. Pages 67-83 in K. E. Dongoske, ... The entry of Athapaskans into the American Southwest: The problem today.
|Title||:||The Last Refuge of the Mt. Graham Red Squirrel|
|Author||:||H. Reed Sanderson, John L. Koprowski|
|Publisher||:||University of Arizona Press - 2009|