February 14, 2020

What the future holds for biodiversity on our planet

Biodiversity and ecosystems connect Earth's living and physical components.

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What the future holds for biodiversity on our planet

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Episode 220: UA Ecology and Evolutionary Biology professor Brian Enquist

Biodiversity and ecosystems connect Earth's living and physical components. But from lowland tropical forests to alpine wetlands, the biosphere is changing fast. Ahead of his presentation at this year's University of Arizona College of Science lecture series, UA Ecology and Evolutionary Biology professor Brian Enquist talks about the future of the biosphere and how much time we have left to promote a sustainable earth.

Brian Enquist spoke with Tim Swindle, director of the University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Laboratory.

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