Post Tagged with: "preservation"
Do you want to help Stanford faculty and graduate students identify and count the wide range of Lake Lagunita’s critters? Head out to Lag on Saturday, April 23rd to participate in BioBlitz 2011, is a free event organized by the student group Stanford SEEDS: Strategies for Ecology Education, Diversity and [...]
This is a two-part post. Part I can be found here. The Cerros Islas may not be enough to keep the natural ecosystem of the region functioning. One study focuses on the isolation that threatens certain key mammal species (rodents), which help maintain natural ecosystem conditions that are necessary for [...]
This is a two-part post. Part II can be found here. The view of the sun setting over Santiago from the Director of Stanford’s Santiago program, Iván Jaksic’s fifteenth story apartment is serene. Avenues in this neighborhood, Providencia, are lined with towering trees that soften the harsh urban atmosphere and, [...]