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Retired zoology prof restores a wetland wonder | South Whidbey ... - South Whidbey Record


South Whidbey Record
When Dr. Sievert Rohwer moved to Whidbey Island in the early 1980s, he remembered seeing large migrations of salamanders trying to cross Cultus Bay Road. Most didn't make it.

Retired zoology prof restores a wetland wonder - South Whidbey Record


South Whidbey Record
Rohwer, a retired University of Washington zoology professor, takes an active interest in such matters. As an owner of a forest and wetland near Cultus Bay, he realized he could restore wildlife diversity to the natural world around him. That started ...

New Centre for Human Evolution Research announced - The Natural History Museum


The Natural History Museum
Professor Fred Spoor studies early human evolution, mostly in Africa. He is affiliated with fieldwork projects in Kenya and Ethiopia, and most of his work is based on newly-found fossil skull and jaw remains. He uses advanced imaging techniques, such ...

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