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In Space, No One Can Smell the Earth

Aníbal and I spend an entire chapter on sensory experience in Observation and Ecology.  We note that the best ecologist use much more than just their visual sense to observe the world.  Sometimes this is forced upon them.  Geerat Vermeij, … Continue reading

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The Premium Rush of Observational Ecology

Originally Posted in Island Press’ Field Notes blog by Rafe: I don’t often endorse late-summer-multiplex-popcorn-with-butter-like-topping fare, but Premium Rush is, for what it is, phenomenal.  It’s true, if you watch the trailer, you’ve basically got the whole thing in microcosm, … Continue reading

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Observation and Ecology A Back to the Future Story

A transformation in how we see the world… NEWS: REVIEWS ARE IN! The new book from Aníbal Pauchard and Rafe Sagarin is about the remarkable changes going on in science right now–a transformation that is taking us back to the old, … Continue reading

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