EVERYTHING TRUMP TOUCHES DIES by Rick Wilson

Everything Trump Touches Dies: A Republican Strategist Gets Real About the Worst President Ever by Rick Wilson, No. 1 bestselling book of New York Times Best Sellers. The Republican political campaign strategist gives his take on the current president and offers a way forward for conservatives. For more New York Times Best Seller of Combined Print and E-Book Nonfiction best sellers, see New York Times Best Seller of Combined Print and E-Book Nonfiction

Everything Trump Touches Dies: A Republican Strategist Gets Real About the Worst President Ever

by: Rick Wilson
No. 1 Best Seller on Thursday, August 23, 2018.
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

A respected, long-time Republican strategist, ad-maker, and contributor for The Daily Beast, skewers the disease that is destroying the conservative movement and burning down the GOP: Trumpism.

In Everything Trump Touches Dies, political campaign strategist and commentator Rick Wilson brings his darkly funny humor and biting analysis to the absurdity of American politics in the age of Trump. Wilson mercilessly exposes the damage Trump has done to the country, to the Republican Party he served for decades, and to the conservative movement that has abandoned its principles for the worst President in American history.

No left-winger, Wilson is a lifelong conservative who delivers his withering critique of Trump from the right. A leader of the Never Trump movement, he warns his own party of the political catastrophe that leaves everyone involved with Trump with reputations destroyed and lives in tatters.

Wilson unblinkingly dismantles Trump’s deceptions and the illusions to which his supporters cling, shedding light on the guilty parties who empower and enable Trump in Washington and the news media. He calls out the race-war dead-enders who hitched a ride with Trump, the alt-right basement dwellers who worship him, and the social conservatives who looked the other way.

Everything Trump Touches Dies deftly chronicles the tragicomic Trump story from the early campaign days through the shock of election night, to the inconceivable trainwreck of Trump’s first year. Rick Wilson provides not only an insightful analysis of the Trump administration, but also an optimistic path forward for the GOP, the conservative movement, and the country.

Combining insider political analysis, blunt truths, and black humor, Everything Trump Touches Dies is perfect for those on either side of the aisle who need a dose of unvarnished reality, a good laugh, a strong cocktail, and a return to sanity in American politics.

More books by Rick Wilson

1. Making Materials Flow: A Lean Material-Handling Guide for Operations, Production-Control, and Engineering Professionals

by: Rick HarrisChris HarrisEarl WilsonJim WomackDan JonesJohn ShookJose Ferro
Release date: Sep 01, 2003
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Making Materials Flow describes in plain language another step in implementing a complete lean business system.

LEI’s first workbook, Learning to See, focused on where to start — at the value stream for each product family within your facilities.

Seeing the Whole then expanded the value stream map beyond facility walls, all the way from raw materials to customer.

After mapping has identified waste and potential applications of flow and pull, you can use the techniques in Creating Continuous Flow to implement truly continuous flow in cellularized operations.

Making Materials Flow takes the next step by explaining how to supply purchased parts to the value stream in order to support continuous flow.

“Companies are making progress in creating areas of continuous flow as more managers learn about value-stream mapping and continuous-flow cells,” said co-author Rick Harris, who also co-authored the Creating Continuous Flow workbook. “But as I walk through facilities and examine earnest efforts to create continuous flow, I see how hard it is to sustain steady output. The problem often is the lack of a lean material-handling system for purchased parts to support continuous-flow cells, small-batch processing, and traditional assembly lines.”

Making Materials Flow explains in plain language how to create such a system by applying the relevant concepts and methods in a step-by-step progression. The workbook reveals the exercises, formulas, standards, and forms that a consultant would use to implement the system in your environment. And, like LEI’s other workbooks, Making Materials Flow answers the key question managers often have about lean tools and concepts, “What do I do on Monday morning to implement this?” The four key steps detailed in the workbook include:

1. Developing the Plan For Every Part (PFEP). This basic database fosters accurate and controlled inventory reduction and is the foundation for the continuous improvement of a facility’s material-handling system.

2. Building the purchased-parts market. Learn the formulas and methods to size and operate a market that eliminates the waste of hoarding, searching for parts, and storing inventory throughout a facility.

3. Designing delivery routes. You get the principles and calculations that turn a sprawling, messy plant into an organized community where operators get the parts they need, when needed, and in the quantity needed, delivered right to their fingertips. Proper delivery routes not only improve inventory and flow but also safety and housekeeping.

4. Implementing pull signals to integrate the new material-handling system with the information management system. Learn the steps to creating a system that keeps inventory under control by allowing operators to pull just what they need while focusing on producing value for customers. You’ll also learn how to calculate the number of pull signals needed and how often to deliver material.

Finally, you’ll learn how to sustain and continuously improving the system by implementing periodic audits of the material-handling system across the chain of management, from route operator to plant manager. You’ll learn the five-step process for introducing audits of the market, routes, and pull signals by a cross-functional team from production control, operations, and industrial engineering.

Harris and co-authors Chris Harris and Earl Wilson lead you through 10 simple but pragmatic questions that show how a manufacturing facility implements a robust but flexible lean material-handling system for purchased parts:

The Plan For Every Part (PFEP)

1. What information should you include in the PFEP?

2. How will you maintain the integrity of the PFEP?

Developing a Purchased-Parts Market

3. Where do you locate your purchased-parts market?

4. What is the correct size for your purchased-parts market, and what is the correct amount of each part to hold in the market?

5. How do you operate your purchased-parts market?

Designing the Delivery Route and the Information Management System

6. How do you convey parts from the purchased-parts market to the production areas?

7. How do your production areas signal the purchased-parts market what to deliver and when?

8. How do you fill the delivery route?

Sustaining and Improving

9. How can you sustain the performance of your lean material-handling system?

10. How can you identify and remove additional waste?

An appendix explores how to adapt the key principles of lean material-handling to more complex environments, such as incorporating work-in-process (WIP) markets into the system for purchased parts, adding delivery routes from production cells to a finished-goods market, and applying the system to low-volume, high-mix processes.

Making Materials Flow will benefit lean leaders, managers, and executives in production control, operations, and engineering who have at least a basic knowledge of lean concepts such as value-stream mapping, cell design, and standard work. The 93-page workbook contains more than 50 illustrations.

2. Global Church Planting: Biblical Principles and Best Practices for Multiplication

by: Craig OttGene WilsonRick Warren
Release date: Jan 01, 2011
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With nearly fifty years combined global church-planting experience, Craig Ott and Gene Wilson are well qualified to write a comprehensive, up-to-date guide for cross-cultural church planting. Combining substantive biblical principles and missiological understanding with practical insights, this book walks readers through the various models and development phases of church planting. Advocating methods that lead to church multiplication, the authors emphasize the role of the missionary church planter. They offer helpful reflection on current trends and provide best practices gathered from research and empirical findings around the globe. The book takes up a number of special issues not addressed in most church planting books, such as use of short-term teams, partnerships, and wise use of resources. Full of case studies and real examples from around the world, this practical text will benefit students, church planters, missionaries, and missional church readers.

3. Plantation Jesus: Race, Faith, and a New Way Forward

by: Skot WelchRick WilsonAndi Cumbo-Floyd
Release date: May 22, 2018
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“This provocative book will encourage conversations about one of American Christianity’s most challenging issues.
–Publishers Weekly

Not long ago, most white American Christians believed that Jesus blessed slavery. God wasn t bothered by Jim Crow. Baby Jesus had white skin. Meet Plantation Jesus: a god who is comfortable with bigotry, and an idol that distorts the message of the real Savior.

That false image of God is dead, right? Wrong, argue the authors of Plantation Jesus, an authoritative new book on one of the most urgent issues of our day.

Through their shared passion for Jesus Christ and with an unblinking look at history, church, and pop culture, authors Skot Welch and Rick Wilson detail the manifold ways that racism damages the church’s witness. Together Welch and Wilson take on common responses by white Christians to racial injustice, such as I never owned a slave, I don t see color; only people, and We just need to get over it and move on. Together they call out the church’s denials and dodges and evasions of race, and they invite readers to encounter the Christ of the disenfranchised.

With practical resources and Spirit-filled stories, Plantation Jesus nudges readers to learn the history, acknowledge the injury, and face the truth. Only then can the church lead the way toward true reconciliation. Only then can the legacy of Plantation Jesus be replaced with the true way of Jesus Christ.

4. 5 Paths to the Love of Your Life: Defining Your Dating Style

by: Lauren F. WinnerDouglas WilsonRick HollandAlex ChediakJeramy ClarkJerusha Clark
Release date: Aug 31, 2005
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A guide to dating
Decide for yourself. Tired of catch-all, simplistic theories on dating? Join the club. Dating, relationships, and marriage are all too important to risk on one person’s unproven advice. In 5 Paths to the Love of Your Life, respected relationship experts and best-selling authors help you gain new insight into dating and marriage. They offer you sound advice that is grounded in biblical truth and their own personal experiences. Read and pray about:

  • The Counter-Cultural Approach by Lauren Winner
  • The Courtship Approach by Douglas Wilson
  • The Principled Approach by Rick Holland
  • The Betrothal Approach by Jonathan Lindvall
  • The Purposed Approach by Jeramy and Jerusha Clark

Then try the approaches out, see what works and doesn’t work, and discover your own personalized path to the love of your life.

5. More: Find Your Personal Calling and Live Life to the Fullest Measure

by: Todd WilsonRick Warren and Robert Coleman
Release date: Apr 05, 2016
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More meets Christians where they’re at, acknowledging the roots of their discontent and demonstrating how to move from inspiration and desire into action. Church strategist and ministry activator Todd Wilson shows how all believers can live more abundant lives around the uniqueness of how they were made and what they are called to do.

Introducing a memorable vocabulary and an easy-to-use practical framework, More equips readers to embark on a journey of discovering their unique personal calling. It enables readers to answer three of the most important and profound questions we all naturally ask.

(1) Who am I created to be?

(2) What am I created to do?

(3) Where am I to be best positioned to do it?

The integrated answers to these key questions—the BE-DO-GO of a person’s life—represent the core dimensions of personal calling. Inspiring and challenging, More gives readers permission and encouragement to engage in the journey God has solely for them.

6. Yellowstone’s Wildlife in Transition

by: P. J. WhiteRobert A. GarrottGlenn E. PlumbCindy GoeddelEdward O. WilsonLisa M. BarilColden V. BaxterMatthew S. BeckerDavid J. CooperWyatt F. CrossDouglas A. FrankKerry A. GuntherRobert E. GresswellMark A. HaroldsonN. Thompson HobbsKristin LeggTaal LeviDavid B. McWethyS. Thomas OlliffKarthik RamDaniel P. ReinhartRoy A. RenkinCharles T. RobbinsPaul SchulleryCharles C. SchwartzDoug SmithDaniel R. StahlerJohn J. TreanorLusha M. TronstadRick L. Wallen
Release date: Mar 11, 2013
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The world’s first national park, Yellowstone is a symbol of nature’s enduring majesty and the paradigm of protected areas across the globe. But Yellowstone is constantly changing. How we understand and respond to events that are putting species under stress, say the authors of Yellowstone’s Wildlife in Transition, will determine the future of ecosystems that were millions of years in the making. With a foreword by the renowned naturalist E. O. Wilson, this is the most comprehensive survey of research on North America’s flagship national park available today.

Marshaling the expertise of over thirty contributors, Yellowstone’s Wildlife in Transition examines the diverse changes to the park’s ecology in recent decades. Since its creation in the 1870s, the priorities governing Yellowstone have evolved, from intensive management designed to protect and propagate depleted large-bodied mammals to an approach focused on restoration and preservation of ecological processes. Recognizing the importance of natural occurrences such as fires and predation, this more ecologically informed oversight has achieved notable successes, including the recovery of threatened native species of wolves, bald eagles, and grizzly bears.

Nevertheless, these experts detect worrying signs of a system under strain. They identify three overriding stressors: invasive species, private-sector development of unprotected lands, and a warming climate. Their concluding recommendations will shape the twenty-first-century discussion over how to confront these challenges, not only in American parks but for conservation areas worldwide. Highly readable and fully illustrated, Yellowstone’s Wildlife in Transition will be welcomed by ecologists and nature enthusiasts alike.

7. Zap Comix #16

by: Robert CrumbS. Clay WilsonRick GriffinVictor MoscosoSpain RodriguezRobert WilliamsPaul Mavridesgilbert shelton
Release date: Feb 23, 2016
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This blowout issue not only includes work by all eight Zap artists (plus a collaboration with cartoonist Aline Kominsky), but also three double-page jams by the group. Plus: Zap’s first-and-only color section, featuring comics by R. Crumb and Gilbert Shelton (his final Zap Wonder Wart-hog episode, no less). Paul Mavrides provides an alternately embellished version of Gilbert Shelton’s and his Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers episode, “Phineas Becomes a Suicide Bomber” (originally inked in the Complete Zap by Shelton). Front cover by R. Crumb. Back cover by Moscoso.

8. Outbound: Passages From The 90’S

by: Paola MorsianiMarti MayoJanine AntoniMatthew BarneyRobert GoberAnn HamiltonWilliam KentridgeShirin NeshatFred WilsonRick LoweDana Friis-HansenLynn Herbert
Release date: Aug 02, 2000
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Artwork by Janine Antoni, Matthew Barney, Robert Gober, Ann Hamilton, William Kentridge, Shirin Neshat, Fred Wilson. Edited by Lynn Herbert. Contributions by Rick Lowe, Dana Friis-Hansen. Text by Paola Morsiani, Marti Mayo.

9. Demigods and Monsters: Your Favorite Authors on Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson and the Olympians Series

by: Rick RiordanLeah Wilson
Release date: Feb 10, 2009
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The #1 New York Times bestselling Percy Jackson series—including The Lightning Thief, The Sea of Monsters, The Titan’s Curse, and The Battle of the Labyrinth—features a 12-year-old dyslexic boy who discovers he is the son of a Greek god, the target of mythical Greek monsters, and the center of a prophecy that could change the balance of power in the world forever. In Demigods and Monsters, YA authors take on Greek gods, monsters, and prophecy, to add insight and even more fun to Riordan’s page-turner series.

The book also includes an introduction by Percy Jackson series author Rick Riordan, that gives further insight into the series and its creation, and a glossary of ancient Greek myth, with plenty of information on the places, monsters, gods, and heroes that appear in the series.

Demigods and Monsters is a collection of essays on Rick Riordan’s wildly popular Percy Jackson and the Olympians series and is not authorized by the author, publisher, or any entity associated with the series.

10. Making Materials Flow: A Lean Material-Handling Guide for Operations, Production-Control, and Engineering Professionals

by: Rick HarrisChris HarrisEarl WilsonJim WomackDan JonesJohn ShookJose Ferro
Release date: Sep 01, 2003
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Making Materials Flow describes in plain language another step in implementing a complete lean business system.

LEI’s first workbook, Learning to See, focused on where to start — at the value stream for each product family within your facilities.

Seeing the Whole then expanded the value stream map beyond facility walls, all the way from raw materials to customer.

After mapping has identified waste and potential applications of flow and pull, you can use the techniques in Creating Continuous Flow to implement truly continuous flow in cellularized operations.

Making Materials Flow takes the next step by explaining how to supply purchased parts to the value stream in order to support continuous flow.

“Companies are making progress in creating areas of continuous flow as more managers learn about value-stream mapping and continuous-flow cells,” said co-author Rick Harris, who also co-authored the Creating Continuous Flow workbook. “But as I walk through facilities and examine earnest efforts to create continuous flow, I see how hard it is to sustain steady output. The problem often is the lack of a lean material-handling system for purchased parts to support continuous-flow cells, small-batch processing, and traditional assembly lines.”

Making Materials Flow explains in plain language how to create such a system by applying the relevant concepts and methods in a step-by-step progression. The workbook reveals the exercises, formulas, standards, and forms that a consultant would use to implement the system in your environment. And, like LEI’s other workbooks, Making Materials Flow answers the key question managers often have about lean tools and concepts, “What do I do on Monday morning to implement this?” The four key steps detailed in the workbook include:

1. Developing the Plan For Every Part (PFEP). This basic database fosters accurate and controlled inventory reduction and is the foundation for the continuous improvement of a facility’s material-handling system.

2. Building the purchased-parts market. Learn the formulas and methods to size and operate a market that eliminates the waste of hoarding, searching for parts, and storing inventory throughout a facility.

3. Designing delivery routes. You get the principles and calculations that turn a sprawling, messy plant into an organized community where operators get the parts they need, when needed, and in the quantity needed, delivered right to their fingertips. Proper delivery routes not only improve inventory and flow but also safety and housekeeping.

4. Implementing pull signals to integrate the new material-handling system with the information management system. Learn the steps to creating a system that keeps inventory under control by allowing operators to pull just what they need while focusing on producing value for customers. You’ll also learn how to calculate the number of pull signals needed and how often to deliver material.

Finally, you’ll learn how to sustain and continuously improving the system by implementing periodic audits of the material-handling system across the chain of management, from route operator to plant manager. You’ll learn the five-step process for introducing audits of the market, routes, and pull signals by a cross-functional team from production control, operations, and industrial engineering.

Harris and co-authors Chris Harris and Earl Wilson lead you through 10 simple but pragmatic questions that show how a manufacturing facility implements a robust but flexible lean material-handling system for purchased parts:

The Plan For Every Part (PFEP)

1. What information should you include in the PFEP?

2. How will you maintain the integrity of the PFEP?

Developing a Purchased-Parts Market

3. Where do you locate your purchased-parts market?

4. What is the correct size for your purchased-parts market, and what is the correct amount of each part to hold in the market?

5. How do you operate your purchased-parts market?

Designing the Delivery Route and the Information Management System

6. How do you convey parts from the purchased-parts market to the production areas?

7. How do your production areas signal the purchased-parts market what to deliver and when?

8. How do you fill the delivery route?

Sustaining and Improving

9. How can you sustain the performance of your lean material-handling system?

10. How can you identify and remove additional waste?

An appendix explores how to adapt the key principles of lean material-handling to more complex environments, such as incorporating work-in-process (WIP) markets into the system for purchased parts, adding delivery routes from production cells to a finished-goods market, and applying the system to low-volume, high-mix processes.

Making Materials Flow will benefit lean leaders, managers, and executives in production control, operations, and engineering who have at least a basic knowledge of lean concepts such as value-stream mapping, cell design, and standard work. The 93-page workbook contains more than 50 illustrations.

11. Global Church Planting: Biblical Principles and Best Practices for Multiplication

by: Craig OttGene WilsonRick Warren
Release date: Jan 01, 2011
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With nearly fifty years combined global church-planting experience, Craig Ott and Gene Wilson are well qualified to write a comprehensive, up-to-date guide for cross-cultural church planting. Combining substantive biblical principles and missiological understanding with practical insights, this book walks readers through the various models and development phases of church planting. Advocating methods that lead to church multiplication, the authors emphasize the role of the missionary church planter. They offer helpful reflection on current trends and provide best practices gathered from research and empirical findings around the globe. The book takes up a number of special issues not addressed in most church planting books, such as use of short-term teams, partnerships, and wise use of resources. Full of case studies and real examples from around the world, this practical text will benefit students, church planters, missionaries, and missional church readers.

12. Plantation Jesus: Race, Faith, and a New Way Forward

by: Skot WelchRick WilsonAndi Cumbo-Floyd
Release date: May 22, 2018
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“This provocative book will encourage conversations about one of American Christianity’s most challenging issues.
–Publishers Weekly

Not long ago, most white American Christians believed that Jesus blessed slavery. God wasn t bothered by Jim Crow. Baby Jesus had white skin. Meet Plantation Jesus: a god who is comfortable with bigotry, and an idol that distorts the message of the real Savior.

That false image of God is dead, right? Wrong, argue the authors of Plantation Jesus, an authoritative new book on one of the most urgent issues of our day.

Through their shared passion for Jesus Christ and with an unblinking look at history, church, and pop culture, authors Skot Welch and Rick Wilson detail the manifold ways that racism damages the church’s witness. Together Welch and Wilson take on common responses by white Christians to racial injustice, such as I never owned a slave, I don t see color; only people, and We just need to get over it and move on. Together they call out the church’s denials and dodges and evasions of race, and they invite readers to encounter the Christ of the disenfranchised.

With practical resources and Spirit-filled stories, Plantation Jesus nudges readers to learn the history, acknowledge the injury, and face the truth. Only then can the church lead the way toward true reconciliation. Only then can the legacy of Plantation Jesus be replaced with the true way of Jesus Christ.

13. 5 Paths to the Love of Your Life: Defining Your Dating Style

by: Lauren F. WinnerDouglas WilsonRick HollandAlex ChediakJeramy ClarkJerusha Clark
Release date: Aug 31, 2005
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A guide to dating
Decide for yourself. Tired of catch-all, simplistic theories on dating? Join the club. Dating, relationships, and marriage are all too important to risk on one person’s unproven advice. In 5 Paths to the Love of Your Life, respected relationship experts and best-selling authors help you gain new insight into dating and marriage. They offer you sound advice that is grounded in biblical truth and their own personal experiences. Read and pray about:

  • The Counter-Cultural Approach by Lauren Winner
  • The Courtship Approach by Douglas Wilson
  • The Principled Approach by Rick Holland
  • The Betrothal Approach by Jonathan Lindvall
  • The Purposed Approach by Jeramy and Jerusha Clark

Then try the approaches out, see what works and doesn’t work, and discover your own personalized path to the love of your life.

14. More: Find Your Personal Calling and Live Life to the Fullest Measure

by: Todd WilsonRick Warren and Robert Coleman
Release date: Apr 05, 2016
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Read Review

More meets Christians where they’re at, acknowledging the roots of their discontent and demonstrating how to move from inspiration and desire into action. Church strategist and ministry activator Todd Wilson shows how all believers can live more abundant lives around the uniqueness of how they were made and what they are called to do.

Introducing a memorable vocabulary and an easy-to-use practical framework, More equips readers to embark on a journey of discovering their unique personal calling. It enables readers to answer three of the most important and profound questions we all naturally ask.

(1) Who am I created to be?

(2) What am I created to do?

(3) Where am I to be best positioned to do it?

The integrated answers to these key questions—the BE-DO-GO of a person’s life—represent the core dimensions of personal calling. Inspiring and challenging, More gives readers permission and encouragement to engage in the journey God has solely for them.

15. Yellowstone’s Wildlife in Transition

by: P. J. WhiteRobert A. GarrottGlenn E. PlumbCindy GoeddelEdward O. WilsonLisa M. BarilColden V. BaxterMatthew S. BeckerDavid J. CooperWyatt F. CrossDouglas A. FrankKerry A. GuntherRobert E. GresswellMark A. HaroldsonN. Thompson HobbsKristin LeggTaal LeviDavid B. McWethyS. Thomas OlliffKarthik RamDaniel P. ReinhartRoy A. RenkinCharles T. RobbinsPaul SchulleryCharles C. SchwartzDoug SmithDaniel R. StahlerJohn J. TreanorLusha M. TronstadRick L. Wallen
Release date: Mar 11, 2013
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The world’s first national park, Yellowstone is a symbol of nature’s enduring majesty and the paradigm of protected areas across the globe. But Yellowstone is constantly changing. How we understand and respond to events that are putting species under stress, say the authors of Yellowstone’s Wildlife in Transition, will determine the future of ecosystems that were millions of years in the making. With a foreword by the renowned naturalist E. O. Wilson, this is the most comprehensive survey of research on North America’s flagship national park available today.

Marshaling the expertise of over thirty contributors, Yellowstone’s Wildlife in Transition examines the diverse changes to the park’s ecology in recent decades. Since its creation in the 1870s, the priorities governing Yellowstone have evolved, from intensive management designed to protect and propagate depleted large-bodied mammals to an approach focused on restoration and preservation of ecological processes. Recognizing the importance of natural occurrences such as fires and predation, this more ecologically informed oversight has achieved notable successes, including the recovery of threatened native species of wolves, bald eagles, and grizzly bears.

Nevertheless, these experts detect worrying signs of a system under strain. They identify three overriding stressors: invasive species, private-sector development of unprotected lands, and a warming climate. Their concluding recommendations will shape the twenty-first-century discussion over how to confront these challenges, not only in American parks but for conservation areas worldwide. Highly readable and fully illustrated, Yellowstone’s Wildlife in Transition will be welcomed by ecologists and nature enthusiasts alike.

Last updated on Thursday, August 23, 2018

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