Volume 60, Number 3 (2000) Festschrift: Gary L. Vinyard

This issue of the Western North American Naturalist is dedicated to Gary L. Vinyard, professor of biology at the University of Nevada–Reno and major contributor to conservation of Great Basin organisms and systems. Gary died in 1998, age 49, at the height of his professional career. Articles in this issue were submitted by professional colleagues as well as former students of Dr. Vinyard. Some authors were involved in research with Dr. Vinyard at the time of his death; their papers represent results of their studies. Other authors were invited to submit articles detailing past or present research. All felt a desire to honor Gary for his personal and professional contributions.

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Gary L. Vinyard
Richard W. Rust and Deidre Vinyard


Diets of sympatric Lahontan cutthroat trout and nonnative brook trout: implications for species interactions
Jason B. Dunham, Matthew E. Rahn, Robert E. Schroeter, and Stewart W. Breck

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