Monthly Archives: February 2023

Beloved Invaders – Perceptions of Non-native Species

This episode of the Beyond Data Podcast (Season 1, episode 3) was originally released in August 2018. The non-native brown trout, which the data show places a burden on imperiled native fishes, is revered in the United States, while other … Continue reading

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Where Science and Poetry Meet

The white shark is no myth. It is no accident or aberration. It is the result of a sequence of precise adaptations achieved over millions of years, and it has culminated in this—a near-perfect, albeit little-understood, animal swimming steadily north along the Outer Cape on a mid-September morning. Continue reading

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