conciliation biology

People, plants and…..racism?

A recent edition of Yale Environment 360 got me thinking about something I've written about in the past, and which informed my Ph.D. In an entry entitled Alien species reconsidered: Finding a value in non-natives Carl Zimmer notes that: "one of the tenets of conservation management holds that alien species are ecologically harmful. But a new study is pointing to research that demonstrates that some non-native plants and animals can have beneficial impacts". He continues by [...]

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