The Great Salt Lake Ecosystem ( Utah , USA ) : long term data and a structural equation approach : Reply

  title={The Great Salt Lake Ecosystem ( Utah , USA ) : long term data and a structural equation approach : Reply},
  author={C Perschon and Gary E. Belovsky and David L. Naftz and Robert M. Baskin and John Luft and Chad A. Larson and CHAD MELLISON and Heidi K. Mahon and J. van Leeuwen and Paul Birdsey and Don Paul and R. Lee Mosley},
We welcome this opportunity to publicly respond to Wurtsbaugh’s criticisms of the findings of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources’ (UDWR) Great Salt Lake Ecosystem Program (GSLEP), as presented by Belovsky et al. (2011) for the project’s first 13 years (1994–2006). GSLEP has involved leading experts on the Great Salt Lake with individuals entering and leaving the team, including Wurtsbaugh (1994–1996). We respond here to his current suite of criticisms (Wurtsbaugh 2014). Wurtsbaugh’s… CONTINUE READING
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