This unique opportunity not only reduces your carbon footprint, but also saves biodiversity, fresh water, natural medicines, pollinators, and insures the future spiritual heritage of an African nation. Read more.
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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.
- Imagination is more important than knowledge. — Albert Einstein The era of “citizen spies” is upon us! “CSI:... http://t.co/ERP8Y5hL85
- “Well behaved women rarely make history.” — Laurel Thatcher Ulrich Thankfully, things have changed in the world... http://t.co/NzzzqRDtoM
- Life at the top! @mongabay Rhett Butler climbs trees @calacademy! Biodiversity rocks! http://t.co/setI9A8SGR
- A new comment in the journal Nature argues that conservation’s impact on the world is being hindered by the... http://t.co/MfDtUnlkU1
- Congratulations to my undergraduates from our NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates grant “Wheelchairs and... http://t.co/Gsv2JqWmRv
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- Tardigrades publication by NSF undergraduates involved in the “Wheelchairs and Water Bears in Temperate Forest Canopies” program Read more →
- Citizen Science Network iNaturalist Celebrates Millionth Nature Observation as it Launches New Visual Maps Read more →