Natural Resources and Environmental Issues (NREI) ISSN 1069-5370, first published in 1993, is a monographic series that recognizes its role in educating natural resources leaders who can then provide the guidance needed to increase the production of the earth's renewable resources while sustaining/enhancing the global environment. The journal is published in a series of volumes, each addressing a single topic and often associated with an organized symposium.
As our title suggests, NREI provides a forum for discussion of all aspects of natural resources and environmental issues. It is our goal to represent the wide range of topics and critical issues in land management and resource sustainability.
NREI, though not considered peer-reviewed*, is critically assessed and edited by the staff and faculty of the College of Natural Resources at Utah State University and the Quinney Natural Resources Research Library of Logan, Utah. It is published on an irregular basis and only once a year. Archived volumes are available for download or purchase from the Quinney Library website.
This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.
NREI is grateful to the S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney Foundation for its continuing enthusiasm and support.
*Volume XV: Saline Lakes Around the World is Peer-Reviewed
Current Volume: Volume 18 (2013) A River Continuum Analysis of an Anthropogenically-Impacted System : The Little Bear River, Utah
A River Continuum Analysis of an Anthropogenically-Impacted System : The Little Bear River, Utah
Watershed Sciences Aquatic Ecology Practicum
Quinney College of Natural Resources
Editors / Authors
Wurtsbaugh, Wayne A, Nick Heredia, Patsy Palacios,
Jared Baker, Chance Broderius, Katie Fisher,
Jason Fuller, G. Andy Pappas, Christian Smith and Marc Weston
A River Continuum Analysis of an Anthropogenically-Impacted System: The Little Bear River, Utah
Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, Nick Heredia, Patsy Palacios, Jared Baker, Chance Broderius, Katie Fisher, Jason Fuller, G. Andrew Pappas, Christian Smith, and Marc Weston
Benthic Invertebrate Composition along the Little Bear River Continuum
Jared Baker, Chance Broderius, Katie Fisher, Jason Fuller, George A. Papas, Christian Smith, and Marc Weston