Stalking Science

Saunders, D. Andrew
April 2002
New York State Conservationist;Apr2002, Vol. 56 Issue 5, p20
Focuses on the natural history course 'Stalking Science Education in the Adirondacks' in New York. Benefit of the program; Use of scientific research and education to link environmental quality and economic vitality; Details of the course.


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