Monthly Archives: April 2012

Ignorance is not always bliss

There are many environmental perils affecting the microorganisms at the base of the marine food chain. Is diversity of life in the ocean already doomed? Is our indifference to that potential fate, the greatest problem? Continue reading

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The Last “W”: Why Our Flora Is Important (and Urgently Needed)

During each of the last three fieldwork seasons in the North, Paul Sokoloff and his team discovered a plant species that was previously unknown in Canada, the Arctic or the local region. Continue reading

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