Trophic Levels

April 21, 2016

The Anthropocene Bookshelf – Wilson Has a Point

Anchorage 4/20/16 – It appears that sometimes I am unable to do a daily post because I get stalled. I start a good rant and then […]
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 […]
April 12, 2016

Urchin Barrens

Studies in the Aleutians were foundational for the theories about top predators and their role in biodiversity.  The fur industry put foxes on those islands, who […]