Biogeography

January 28, 2017

Marine Science Symposium – Fish heads will want to know this stuff

Anchorage 1/28/17 There is a great deal that is not known about what Alaska’s salmon eat when they are out surviving and fattening in the ocean. […]
July 15, 2016

Ninja Love: Salve from the tundra

An ethnobotany workshop on the tundra around Bethel was conducted this week. Traditional knowledge in the age of the internet is getting some contemporary twists, as […]
July 14, 2016

The Anthropocene Bookshelf – The List

Anchorage 7/14/16 – Here is a chronological list of the books on my Anthropocene Bookshelf. Other books certainly qualify, but the chronology at least indicates how […]
May 2, 2016

The Anthropocene Bookshelf: Reinventing Nature?

Anchorage 5/1/16 – I pulled out a golden oldie from 1996 and found it resonated with the subject. Michael Soule and Gary Lease’s “Reinventing Nature? Responses […]