Is conservation enough? This new breed of scientists seeks to do more, repairing the harm done by man
| For Henry F. Howe, restoration biology has been a labor of love. A tropical ecologist by training, the 43-year-old Howe became curious about prairies when he arrived at the University of Iowa in 1978. "I wanted a project that allowed me to stay at home" in the U.S., recalls Howe, who had been doing most of his work in Costa Rica and Panama. |
Specifically, he wondered what...
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