Reforming loose legal definitions of ecological restoration
May31
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Mangy wolves suffer hefty calorie drain on cold, windy winter nights
Mar30
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Disconnected ecosystem services
Feb17

Disconnected ecosystem services

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Kill da wabbit
Feb15

Kill da wabbit

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Population Ecology of Some Warblers of Northeastern Coniferous Forests #ESA100 notable papers
Feb02

Population Ecology of Some Warblers of Northeastern Coniferous Forests #ESA100 notable papers

Sixty years ago Robert MacArthur ventured into spruce woods in Maine and Vermont to study five species of warblers

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Building with Nature: the Dutch Sand Engine
Jan27

Building with Nature: the Dutch Sand Engine

“Cities are emergent systems, with only 5 to 7 thousand years of history, mostly during the relative climatic stability of the Holocene,” said guest editor Kristina Hill, an associate professor at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design. “We’ve never tried to operate a city during a rapid climate change, especially not on the scale of population we now have, with our largest cities housing upwards of 20 million people.”

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Wiring food webs at Lake George
Nov12

Wiring food webs at Lake George

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Biomimicry: how nature serve as a guide for technological advancements
Sep22
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Reviving extinct Mediterranean forests
Sep09

Reviving extinct Mediterranean forests

Extinct Mediterranean forests of biblical times could return and thrive in warmer, drier future, researchers argue in a September 2015 report for Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

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Ecology from treetop to bedrock: human influence in earth’s critical zone #ESA100
Aug11
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