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LIFE IN THE BALANCE: Humanity and the Biodiversity Crisis

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From a leading paleontologist, a book (not a catalogue) to complement a show: the American Museum of Natural History's first "issues" exhibition, opening this spring in New York City, with curator Eldredge in charge. The theme is familiar to Eldredge (Reinventing Darwin, 1995, etc.) fans and environmentalists worldwide. In the author's dramatic words, the planet has undergone five major ... Read full review

Life in the balance: humanity and the biodiversity crisis

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Eldredge begins in Botswana's Okavango Delta, which, in his opinion, is the closest remaining place on Earth to a true Eden. But even there he finds evidence of impending ecological catastrophe--the ... Read full review

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