Science & Nature

Stekel, Peter. 2006. The Mountain Yellow-legged Frog is Recovering in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Yosemite Nature Notes. Vol.6. Read it here.

Stekel, Peter. 2006. With Recovery Efforts Underway, Danger Still Exists for the Frogs. Yosemite Nature Notes. Vol.6. Read it here.

Stekel, Peter. 2005. Climbing Mt. Kaweah. Sierra Heritage. 25[2]. 68-71.

Stekel, Peter. 2005. Yellowjackets. Sierra Heritage. 25[1]. 12-15.

Stekel, Peter. 2005. Return of the Yellow-legged Frog. Sierra Heritage. 24[5]. 12-15.

Stekel, Peter. 2005. Backcountry Rangers - the ones who do the work. Ranger. 21[1]. 12-13.

Stekel, Peter. 2005. The Ones Who Do the Work. Ranger. 21[1]. 22.

Stekel, Peter. 2004. Sierra Air - Pollution in the Mountains. Sierra Heritage. 24[3]. 40-43. December.

Stekel, Peter. 2004. Fire and Vegetation Management. Sierra Heritage. 24[2]. 30-33. September-October. Read it here.

Stekel, Peter. 2004. Who Are the Backcountry Rangers? Sierra Heritage. 24[1]. 36-39. August. Read it here.

Stekel, Peter. 2004. Is Giardia Really a Problem? Sierra Heritage. 24[1]. 20-23. May/June. Read it here.

Stekel, Peter. 2004. Access is Limited. Canoe&Kayak. 32[1]. March. 22-24. Read it here.

Stekel, Peter. 2003. Packstock on Sierra Trails - a Controversy. Sierra Heritage. 23[3]November-December. 22-25.

Stekel, Peter. 2003. Medi-Vac in Sequoia - A Park visitorís view. Ranger - the Journal of the Association of National Park Rangers. XVIV[1]:16-17.

Stekel, Peter. 2000. Birding Around the University. The University Herald Almanac. P.3.

Stekel, Peter. 2000. Burke Museum is a Local Treasure. The University Herald Almanac. P.4

Stekel, Peter. 1999. Wildflower Heaven. Pack and Paddle. 8[8]:36-37.

Stekel, Peter. 1997. Wildflower Heaven. Sports Guide Utah. 15(8):14-15.

Stekel, Peter. 1996. Fighting Forest Fires. E, The Environmental Magazine. 7(6):14-15.

Stekel, Peter. 1995. Poison Them with Kindness, Not Plants. Murderous Intent. 1(3)28-31. Read it here.

Stekel, Peter. 1995. Living with Fire. American Forests. 101(7&8):30-38.

Stekel, Peter. 1995. St. Elmo's Fire. Pack & Paddle. 4(7):30.

Stekel, Peter (uncredited). 1995. Wildflowers Abound after the Fires. TravelChoices NW. 2(1):63.

Stekel, Peter. 1994. Now What? Life before and beyond the Appalachian Trail. Appalachian Trailway News. 55(3):16-18.

Stekel, Peter, and Elizabeth "Boo" Turner. 1994. Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone: Gold Mine Threatens America's Most Endangered River. Canoe&Kayak. 22(4):11-14.

Stekel, Peter, and Elizabeth "Boo" Turner. 1994. The Great Flood of Ď93. Canoe&Kayak. 22(2):12-13.

Stekel, Peter. 1994. Waterlines. Canoe&Kayak. 22(2):15-16.

Stekel, Peter. 1993. Who's Minding the Store? Cascade Crest. 13(11):14.

Stekel, Peter. 1992. In the News. Cascade Crest. 13(9):9.

Stekel, Peter. 1992. Developing a Car-Independent Seattle. Cascade Crest. With photographs by the author. 13(9):15.

Stekel, Peter. 1984. Flowers Abound in Sequoia, The Sequoia Bark. XI(7):8.

Stekel, Peter. 1982. Plants Overwinter, The Sequoia Bark. IX(9):8.

Stekel, Peter. 1980. Sitka Spruce in California, Crossosoma. VI(6):1-4.

Stekel, Peter. 1979. Earth Stewardship Poems, C/O Colorado. I(4):12.

Stekel, Peter. 1979. Take a Close Look at Colorado Spruces, C/O Colorado. I(3):8.

Stekel, Peter. 1979. Incredible Edibles: A Guide to Colorado's Edible Plants, C/O Colorado. I(2):10.



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