The 2017 issue of the Applied Biodiversity Science Perspectives Series is available to view and download.
By Texas A&M University Applied Biodiversity Program
The Applied Biodiversity Science Perspectives Series is a student-centered online publication dedicated to communicating conservation research to academic and non-academic audiences. The collection of articles, essays and reflections published annually shares the insights, opinions and experiences of undergraduates, graduate students and faculty involved in biodiversity conservation research at Texas A&M University and other universities worldwide.
By telling the stories of the complex, interconnected relationships between humans and the natural systems in which they live, the Perspective Series seeks to improve scientific communication and advance the overarching mission of the Applied Biodiversity Science (ABS) program at Texas A&M University. The ABS program’s mission is to bring multiple perspectives together—from ecology and psychology to genetics and anthropology—to train researchers to conduct research that addresses the global challenge of reducing the loss of biodiversity and its impacts on human livelihoods.
The 2017 issue is available for online viewing and download. Visit Texas A&M Applied Biodiversity Science to learn more and participate.
Media contact: Kenny Wallen, Texas A&M Applied Biodiversity Science,