FSU: New study could improve understanding of how rare species benefit human beings

FSU: New study could improve understanding of how rare species benefit human beings

In a new paper published in the journal Trends in Ecology and Evolution, a team of ecologists including Florida State University Assistant Professor Stephanie Pau proposes forward-looking research priorities that could improve our understanding of how rare species benefit human beings.

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