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Pringle, C.M. 2005. The Fragmentation Of Aquatic Ecosystems And The Alteration Of Hydrologic Connectivity: Neglected Dimensions Of Conservation Ecology. In Principles of Conservation Biology, third edition Invited Case Study 7.2., Principles of Conservation Biology, third edition Invited Case Study 7.2., M.J. Groom, Meffe, G.K., and Carrol, C. R. Sinauer Associates Inc.
Pringle, C.M. 2001. Managing Riverine Connectivity In Complex Landscapes To Protect 'remnant Natural Areas'. Verhlungen International Vereinigung Limnologie 27(3): 1149-1164.
Pringle, C.M., F. N Scantena, P. Paaby, and M. Nunez. 2000. Conservation Of Aquatic Ecosystems Of Latin America And The Caribbean. In Global perspectives on river conservation:science, policy and practice, Global perspectives on river conservation:science, policy and practice, P. Boon and Davies, S. J. John Wiley and Sons, 39-75.
Pringle, C.M., F. N Scantena, P. Hansen-Paaby, and . 2000. River Conservation In Latin America And The Caribbean. In Global perspectives on river conservation: Science, Policy and Practice, Global perspectives on river conservation: Science, Policy and Practice, P. Boon, Davies, S. J, and Peets, G.C. England: John Wiley and Sons LTD, 41-78.
Pringle, C.M. 2000. Riverine Conservation In Tropical Versus Temperate Regions. In Ecological and socioeconomics considerations, Ecological and socioeconomics considerations, P. Boon and Davies, S. J. John Wiley and Sons, 367-378.
Pringle, C.M., and F. N Scantena. 1999. Aquatic Ecosystem Deterioration In Latin America And The Caribbean.. In Managed Ecosystems: the Mesoamerican experience, Managed Ecosystems: the Mesoamerican experience, U. Hatch and Swisher, M.E. Oxford, U.K: Oxford University Press, 104-113.
Pringle, C.M., and F. N Scantena. 1999. Freshwater Resource Development: Case Studies From Puerto Rico And Costa Rica. In Tropical managed ecosystems: the Mesoamerican experience, Tropical managed ecosystems: the Mesoamerican experience, U. Hatch and Swisher, M. E. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 114-121. http://www.ots.ac.cr/bnbt/18932.html.
Pringle, C.M. 1997. Expanding Scientific Research Programs To Address Conservation Challenges In Freshwater Systems. In Enhancing the ecological basis of conservation: heterogeneity, ecosystem function and biodiversity. Proceedings of the Sixth Cary Conference, Enhancing the ecological basis of conservation: heterogeneity, ecosystem function and biodiversity. Proceedings of the Sixth Cary Conference, S.T.A. Pickett, Ostfeld, R.S., Shachak, M., and Likens, G.E. New York: Institute of Ecosystem Studies. Chapman and Hall, 305- 319.
Pringle, C.M. 1997. Exploring How Disturbance Is Transmitted Up Stream:going Against The Flow. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 16: 425-438.
Pringle, C.M. 1997. Fragmentation In Stream Ecosystems. In Principles of conservation biology, Principles of conservation biology, G.K. Meffe and Carrol, C. R. Sunderland, MA: Second edition. Sinauer Associates Inc., 289-290.