There’s a positive, short, and lucid review of Observation and Ecology in the recent Conservation Biology. Anibal and I like this review because in a just a few words, the author conveyed exactly what we were thinking when we wrote the book–that we wanted to create a “multi-faceted case”, that we wanted to make “more than just a nostalgic plea” and that we wanted to address tough questions, the answers to which, “one may not agree with”. It’s nice to see a few words well stated and well placed. Thank you anonymous reviewer!
- IPBES: Understanding biodiversity and ecosystem services from multiple perspectives.
- Combining observations and experiments to quantify invasive species impacts.
- Evolution as a way to think and to relate to nature.
- Rafe’s interview: Thinking in how ecology and evolution can help us understand the world
- Remembering Rafe Sagarin
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