Shameless Self Promotion

Picture1After eight years of procrastination, Marlow Pellatt (Parks Canada and Simon Fraser University) and I finally published our thoughts on Garry oak ecosystems.  The paper is open access so you can get it for free from here:

Environmental change in Garry oak (Quercus garryana) ecosystems: the evolution of an eco-cultural landscape

In it we talk about the role of Canada’s First Nations in shaping Garry oak associated ecosystems, the effects of European settlement on the landscape, and the idea that conservation targets are culturally determined but also provide an opportunity to engage in cultural outreach and restoration.  Share and enjoy!

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Coring trees and converting MGs in Guelph, Ontario.
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