Restoration ecologists can learn from nature’s randomness

TheScientistLLC — May 27, 2010 — Study author Jonathan Chase, a community ecologist at Washington University in Saint Louis, talked with The Scientist about why randomness is so important to species composition, and what the findings mean for conserving and restoring the world’s ecosystems. Read more here.

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