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Why Are TREE’S BEZA Books Important?

Beza

Why Are TREE’S BEZA Books Important?
Article by Helen Gold
As you may be aware, TREE FOUNDATION is selling a book called ‘BEZA’. It’s a great story, about an Ethiopian girl who’s trying to save the forests and the biodiversity of northern Ethiopia in every way that she can. It’s an empowering book

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A Visit From a Science Rock Star

As thousands of festival-goers flock to Coachella over the next two weekends, rock stars are on many minds across the country. But here in San Francisco, I’ve been reflecting on a different kind of groupie-worthy icon — the one and only E. O. Wilson, champion of conservation,

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Informal science education like museums can teach key concepts and fill gaps in STEM education

Excerpt from “Ecoliteracy in informal science education settings” in EcoLiteracy, pp. 474–475:
Specific metrics for the status of US science education indicate that the country is losing its competitive edge on a global scale; among nations, the US ranks 22nd in density of broadband internet penetration and 72nd

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Global Canopy Science: Conferences, Publications, and Bottom-Up Action

Below is an excerpt from “What’s Up?”, the International Canopy Network Newsletter Vol. 20, No. 2-3, which contains an interview with Margaret Lowman about Treetops at Risk an anthology about canopy global science, which she co-edited with Soubadra Devy and T. Ganesh.

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Science student Alex Young and his favorite textbook: Methods in Forest Canopy Research

Science student Alex Young and his favorite textbook: Methods in Forest Canopy Research

Science student Alex Young wrote in to say how he enjoyed Water bear weekend at the California Academy of Sciences and shared this photo of him with his favorite textbook: Methods in Forest Canopy Research. Thanks Alex!

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“Saving the Forest Canopies of Ethiopia” in Summer 2013 Newsletter of The International Canopy Network

Dr. Meg Lowman writes about saving the forest canopies of Ethiopia in “What’s Up?” The Newsletter of the International Canopy Network; Volume 19, Number 3, Summer 2013.
The International Canopy Network publishes its newsletter quarterly and features articles and content of interest to forest canopy researchers, educators, students,

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Treetops at Risk: Challenges of Global Canopy Ecology and Conservation

Treetops at Risk
Challenges of Global Canopy Ecology and Conservation
M. Lowman, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, USA; S. Devy, Ashoka Trust for
Research in Ecology and, Bangalore, India; T. Ganesh, Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology
and, Bangalore, India (Eds.)
2013, XIX, 444 p. 100 illus., 78 illus. in color.
Treetops at

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New book: Methods in Forest Canopy Research

Methods in Forest Canopy Research by Margaret D. Lowman, Timothy D. Schowalter, and Jerry F. Franklin is now available for purchase!
Order Online at ucpress.edu and for a 20% discount use source code 12M0402
(Discount only available on books shipped to North America, South America, Australia, and New Zealand.)
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