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Daniel B. Botkin is a professor of biology at George Mason University and president of the Center for the Study of the Environment, a non-profit research and educational organization. He has 30 years of experience in ecological research and in helping to solve complex environmental problems, from salmon in the Pacific northwest to nature reserves in Taiwan. He is the author of Discordant Harmonies: A New Ecology for the 21st Century, Our Natural History: The Lessons of Lewis and Clark, and Environmental Science: The Earth as a Living Planet. These books discuss the implications of modern environmental sciences for humanity and civilization.


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