Biodiversity

February 22, 2017

Taste, Terroir and Food Security

Anchorage 2/21/17 – A team of researchers in China and at the University of Florida announced a breakthrough discovery about the genetics of the world’s “highest […]
April 15, 2016

The Anthropocene Bookshelf: Working My Way Through Wilson

Anchorage 4/14/16 – I knew from reviews that Edward O. Wilson would attack Anthropocene thinking in his new book and I was anticipating a challenge to some […]
April 12, 2016

The Anthropocene Bookshelf – Islands

Anchorage April 12, 2016 – Because of the biological isolation of islands, their ecology offers science a kind of laboratory. The 2011 book “Rat Island: Predators […]