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30
Jun

A Yosemite National Park Reading List

On this day in 1864 President Lincoln signed a law leading to the protection of what we know today as Yosemite National Park. Dive deeper into the history of this iconic landscape …

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30
Jun

Tools of the Trade: Resources for Scientists

As part of our “Tools of the Trade” blog series, we’re highlighting resources for science scholars and educators to aid in your research, writing, and prep work this summer. Look no further for a refresher of …

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04
Sep

Natural History and National Wildlife Day

In celebration of #NationalWildlifeDay, enjoy free access to select articles from Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, today through September 18. Seeing Jaws: The Role of Shark Science in Ocean Conservation Jennifer A. Martin …

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19
Mar

Proactive Strategies for Protecting Species

Beyond the obvious scholarship that goes into any UC Press book—research, writing, and editing—are challenges that even sophisticated readers and reviewers may remain happily unaware of. In this multi-part Behind the Scenes …

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22
Apr

Earth Day 2010: Shaping the Future

“We are the first generation that can predict the future of the world…We can also choose to shape the future.”—The Atlas of Global Conservation Today, 40 years after the first Earth Day, …

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14
Apr

Across Europe on the 38th Parallel

Last year, David and Janet Carle traveled the United States along the 38th parallel, investigating water issues from the Chesapeake to California for their upcoming book. Yesterday, the Carles embarked on the …

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