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Sornette, D. 2008. "Nurturing Breakthroughs: Lessons from Complexity Theory." Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination 3:165-181. [PDF]

Soubbotina, Tatyana P. 2004. Beyond Economic Growth: An Introduction to Sustainable Development, Second Edition. The World Bank, Washington, D.C. [HTML version with PDF available]

Soulé, Michael and Reed Noss. 1998. "Rewilding and Biodiversity: Complementary Goals for Continental Conservation." Wild Earth 8(3):18-28.

Soulé, Michael E. 1980. "Thresholds for Survival: Maintaining Fitness and Evolutionary Potential." Pages 151-170 in M.E. Soulé and B.A. Wilcox (eds.), Conservation Biology: An Evolutionary-ecological Perspective, Sinauer, Sunderland, Massachusetts.

Soule, E. Michael. 1991. “Conservation: Tactics for a Constant Crisis”. Science 253(5021): 744-750. [PDF]

Soule, Judith D. and Jon K. Piper. 1992. Farming in Nature's Image: An Ecological Approach to Agriculture. Island Press, Washington, D.C. [review]

Soulé, Michael E. 1985. "What is Conservation Biology?" BioScience 35(11):727-734. [PDF] [related discussion of the emergence of Conservation Biology in the United States]

Soulé, Michael E. 1986. Conservation Biology: The Science of Scarcity and Diversity. Sinauer, Sunderland, Massachusetts.

Soulé, Michael E. 1990. "The Onslaught of Alien Species, and other Challenges in the Coming Decades." Conservation Biology 4:233-239. [abstract]

Soulé, Michael E. and Bruce A. Wilcox (eds.). 1980. Conservation Biology: An Evolutionary-Ecological Perspective. Sinauer, Sunderland, Massachusetts.

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