New technologies and more data – that has been the chant in recent decades. The more we know of the individual animal or plant, the habitat, the ecosystem, the biome, and the planet at large, the better! The more technologies we have to monitor and obtain this data, at finer and coarser scales... Continue Reading →
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You’ve Waited 11,700 Years. Now it’s Here. Pleistocene Park. Had enough of the Holocene? Sick of talk of the Anthropocene? Have no fear – scientists have come up with the latest, newest, shiniest attraction park for you: Pleistocene Park. Once the experimental version has delivered some interest, some dollars, maybe even some mild signs of... Continue Reading →