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Book Week: ‘Field Notes on Science and Nature’

Peer over the shoulder of noted field biologists in this engaging collection of essays on the science — and art — of note taking. And you might just become a better writer, and better scientist, in the process.

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Book Week: John Graves’ ‘Goodbye to a River’

Next up for book week: Senior freshwater scientist Jeff Opperman reviews John Graves’ canoeing classic, Goodbye to a River.

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Book Week: Magnus Nilsson’s ‘Faviken’

Cool Green Science Book Week continues with science writer Matt Miller’s review of a most unusual cookbook, Magnus Nisson’s Faviken. Follow Nilsson’s advice and you’ll know how to prepare lichens, thoughtfully peel a carrot and shoot grouse. And you’ll have fun.

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Book Week: Jon Mooallem’s ‘Wild Ones’

Cool Green Science Book Week kicks off with Peter Kareiva’s review of Jon Mooallem’s book on people’s relationships with nature, and “the way we can straddle despair and hope as we work to secure a future for a species whose habitat is dwindling.”

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Forest Dilemmas

Too many deer. Logging one tree to save another. Beavers versus old growth. Welcome to forest conservation in the Anthropocene. Beginning Monday, July 21, join us for a provocative 5-part series exploring the full complexity facing forest conservation in the eastern United States.

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noun 1. Blog where Nature Conservancy scientists, science writers and external experts discuss and debate how conservation can meet the challenges of a 9 billion + planet.

2. Blog with astonishing photos, videos and dispatches of Nature Conservancy science in the field.

3. Home of Weird Nature, The Cooler, Quick Study, Traveling Naturalist and other amazing features.

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Investing in Seagrass
Marine scientists and fishers alike know that grass beds are valuable as nursery habitat. A new Conservancy-funded study puts a number to it.

Drones Aid Bird Conservation
How can California conservationists accurately count thousands of cranes? Enter a new tool in bird monitoring: the drone.

Creating a Climate-Smart Agriculture
Can farmers globally both adapt to and mitigate the impacts of climate change? A new paper answers with a definitive yes. But it won't be easy.

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