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Tom Wessels on Conservation Biology

Last week, I interviewed Tom Wessels, a professor of Ecology and founder of the Conservation Biology Graduate Program at Antioch College in New England. Tom is the also the author of Reading the Forrested Landscape which I reviewed a few weeks ago. This book has completely changed the way I …

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How to Read the Forested Landscape

I just finished reading an incredible book called Reading the Forested Landscape: A Natural History of New England, authored by Tom Wessels, an ecologist and environmental biologist who teaches at the Antioch New England Graduate School in New Hampshire. This book teaches the reader how to look at a forest …

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