Urban Bird, Plant Species More Diverse Worldwide than Expected
UMass Amherst Ecologist Co-Leads Global Survey of Urban Birds and Plants. By Janet Lathrop http://www.umass.edu/newsoffice/article/urban-bird-plant-species-more-diverse
A Study of Biodiversity in the World’s Cities
The Nature of Cities. By Charlie Nilon, Columbia. What are the global patterns of biodiversity the world’s cities? Are urban spaces biologically homogeneous and depauperate, or do they harbor significant native biodiversity? These are the questions of a collaborative study of biodiversity in the world’s cities. thenatureofcities.com/2014/11/23/a-study-of-biodiversity-in-the-worlds-cities
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