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Science and environmental literature: an intersection?

As I descended a steep trail in Mount Wells Regional Park, the overlook view of Victoria, B.C., still imprinting itself on my memory, a non-sequitur question snagged me surer than a tree root lurking underfoot. If a group of engineers … Continue reading

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