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Dr. Lowman’s column Nature’s Secrets can be found in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and The News & Observer.
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Tree canopy biologist, educator, ecologist, writer, editor, public speaker and currently Chief of Science & Sustainability at California Academy of Sciences.
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- Excerpt from “Ecoliteracy in informal science education settings” in EcoLiteracy, pp. 474–475: Specific metrics... http://t.co/6EuNZPSn4C
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