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  • Endangered species and biodiversity (Encyclopedia of Bioethics) 

    Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date Issued:1995
    Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
    Reliable estimates are that about 20 percent of Earth's species may be lost within a few decades, about evenly distributed through major groups of plants and animals. The United Nations at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de ...
  • Wildlife conservation and management (Encyclopedia of Bioethics) 

    Author(s):Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date Issued:1995
    Format:born digital; chapters (layout features)
    Human activities affect wildlife quite adversely, and humans have duties to care for them, both because of what humans have at stake and also because of what wildlife are in themselves. The main ethical issues in wildlife ...
  • Physical microhabitat of trout 

    Author(s):Wickham, Marvin Gary
    Date Issued:1976-07
    Format:masters theses
    The physical microhabitat of stream-dwelling fishes is relatively unknown. Work done with albino brook trout suggests the operation of a previously unreported scheme of fish habitation, the focal point concept. This concept ...
  • Women's ways of making 

    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Knowledge creation has been disparaged as inferior to other expressions. Favoring the hand over the eye (as this collection) problematizes the way the eye has been co-opted as mind's investigation tool. Other senses are ...
  • Redefining roles: the professional, faculty, and graduate consultant's guide to writing centers 

    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; books
    Recognizes and provides sustained focus on the presence of professional, faculty, and graduate student consultants in writing centers. A number of writing centers employ non-peer consultants, yet most training manuals are ...

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