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Today on the Daily Beat, Tuesday, February 7, 2017: Anthony Barnosky explains how long mass extinction has been a problem and why the issue is so easily forgotten and glossed over.
Anthony D. Barnosky is a professor, paleontologist, and author, currently serving as the executive director of the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve at Stanford University. He’s contributed to many websites such as Huffington Post and has written several books, including “Dodging Extinction: Power, Food, Money, and the Future of Life on Earth,” as well as 2016’s “Tipping Point for Planet Earth: How Close Are We to the Edge?”
“10 Ways You Can Help Stop the Sixth Mass Extinction” -Anthony Barnosky, 2014
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