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Location Tumamoc Hill Research Station
Acknowledgements Thanks to Kim Franklin and Mike Rosenzweig. ToL podcasts are developed as part of the project "New Strategies for Life Sciences Outreach in Arizona: Developing a Digital Library of Audio and Video Features in the Context of the Tree of Life Web Project" funded by the “Anyplace Access for Arizonans” Initiative under the University of Arizona Technology and Research Initiative Fund.
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Copyright © 2007 Lisa Schwartz
Creation Date July, 2007
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Title An Interview with Ecologist Mike Rosenzweig: Exploring Reconciliation Ecology
Description An Inerview with Ecologist Mike Rosenzweig: exploring reconciliation ecology (how humans can live with and support biodiversity) and the species-area relationship (how to deal with the ideas that as area increases, the number of species present (diversity) also increases). Learn about how citizens can support biodiversity.
Movie Type Documentary
Movie Content Specimen(s), Habitat, People At Work
Subject reconciliation ecology, species-area relationship, Conservation, Ecology
Key Words reconciliation ecology, species-area relationship
Running Time ~10minutes
ID 23923
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