Other Publications

McPherson, Guy, regular essays at Nature Bats Last, a weblog.

McPherson, Guy monthly essays at Transition Voice.

McPherson, G.R., G.A. Rasmussen, H.A. Wright, and C.M. Britton. 1986. Getting started in prescribed burning. Management Note 9, Texas Tech University Department of Range & Wildlife Management, Lubbock, Texas.

Rasmussen, G.A., G.R. McPherson, and H.A. Wright. 1986. Prescribed burning juniper communities in Texas. Management Note 10, Texas Tech University Department of Range & Wildlife Management, Lubbock, Texas.

McPherson, G.R. and J.F. Weltzin. 1995. Vegetation change in the sky islands. Bajada 3(3):10.

McPherson, G.R. 1997. Ecology and management of rangeland vegetation. Chapter 4, Principles of Rangeland Science and Management. Arizona AgNIC on-line textbook.

McPherson, G.R. and J.F. Weltzin. 2000. The role and importance of disturbance and climate change in U.S./Mexico borderlands: a state-of-the-knowledge review. USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-50, Fort Collins, Colorado.

McPherson, Guy R. 2001. UA should cherish Krutch garden, not move it. Guest opinion, Arizona Daily Star, 16 December 2001:B7.

McPherson, Guy R. 2001. Inspired student renews teacher's purpose. The Teaching Professor 15(3):7-8.

McPherson, Guy R. 2003. Forest initiative pays lip service to fire woes. Guest opinion, Arizona Daily Star, 4 August 2003:B5.

McPherson, Guy R. 2003. For clean water, fight overgrazing. Guest opinion, East Valley Tribune, 17 August 2003:F2.

McPherson, Guy R. 2004. Face threat to Earth now, not 'day after tomorrow.' Guest opinion, Arizona Daily Star, 22 June 2004:B5.

Brown, J.R., R.R. Blank, G.R. McPherson, and K.W. Tate. No date. Rangelands and global change: an issue paper created by the Society for Range Management. Society for Range Management, Lakewood, Colorado.

McPherson, Guy R. 2005. Show faith in intelligent design. Arizona Daily Star 28 September 2005:B7.

McPherson, Guy R. 2006. Rising gas prices, sporadic shortages are signs of the impending Tucson apocalypse. Tucson Weekly 27 April 2006:8.

McPherson, Guy R. 2006. RTA plan uses wrong assumptions. Arizona Daily Star 4 May 2006:A11.

Arizona Invasive Species Advisory Council. 2006. Arizona's Invasive Species -- Unwanted Plants and Animals. A Report to the Governor of Arizona.

McPherson, G.R. and Sara E. Jensen. 2006. Rapid changes in public policy: history gives hope. Carapace 10(1):5, 11.

McPherson, Guy R. 2007. Expect the beginning of the end of Tucson as we know it to arrive next year. Tucson Weekly 1 March 2007:8.

McPherson, Guy R. 2007. Peak oil scenario paints frightening future for all. Arizona Daily Star 28 March 2007:A11.

McPherson, Guy R. 2007. It's time to close the borders--to people coming and going, to imports and exports Tucson Weekly 16 August 2007:8.

Rice, Peter M., McPherson, Guy, and Rew, Lisa. 2007. Fire and Nonnative Invasive Plants in the Interior West Bioregion. Chapter 8 in Zouhar, Kristin, Smith, Jane Kapler, Sutherland, Steve, and Brooks, Matthew L. (editors), Wildland Fire in Ecosystems: Fire and Nonnative Invasive Plants. USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-42-volume 6, Ogden, Utah.

McPherson, Guy R. 2008. Wilderness Act a big boon to nature. Arizona Republic 8 March 2008:B5.

McPherson, Guy R. 2008. End of the world as we know it: You might feel fine, but high oil cost, scarcity mean American Empire is about to come crashing down. Arizona Republic 6 April 2008:V1, V3.

McPherson, Guy R. 2008. Live Talk Wednesday. Arizona Republic online edition, 9 April 2008.

McPherson, Guy R. 2009. It's time for me to leave my current life and start living in a post-peak-oil world. Tucson Weekly 13 May 2009:8.

McPherson, Guy R. 2010. Foreword: The Coming Extinction of Humanity: Six Converging Crises That Threaten Our Survival, by R. J. Connors. Smashwords, Los Gatos, California.

McPherson, Guy. 2013. Beyond industrial civilization. Earthlines 4:22-24 (February 2013).



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