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The theme of this newsletter is extinction. There is also news about Bruce Clarke and the Lynn Margulis archives at the Library of Congress, Lynn's Boston University microscope to be displayed at the CosmoCaixa Science Museum in Barcelona, and a whole lot more.
  • Creators: James MacAllister and others as cited or linked
  • Used by people who call the work: Gaia Theory/Science-Based Systems Thinking
  • Applies a deep time evolutionary perspective to: Ecology/Sustainability, Education
  • Learning Stages: Adult Education, Higher Education, Lifelong, Secondary 9 - 12
  • Types: Document
  • Keywords: Elwood Root, Bruce Clarke, Douglas Zook, Lynn Margulis, Blumberg, Library of Congress, John Holmes, Darwin's Bards, David Grinspoon, Bruno Latour, extinction, microscope, pond scum, Science's Unruly Earth Mother, Alexander von Humboldt, Richard Wilkie, Evolution Geography
  • Why I love this Resource: It discusses the thickness of the strata that will represent the Anthropocene in the geological record.
  • Link to Resource: http://www.envevo.org/environmentalevolution.org/Home_files/September_1918_envevo.pdf
  • Person/organization that added resource: James MacAllister
  • Date Added: September 20, 2018

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