Biodiversity in the Wildlands of South America

Biodiversity in the Wildlands of South America
July 2013 in Kirkland

South America’s immense wildlands contain the most important reservoir of biodiversity left on Earth, operating as the heart and lungs of the planet. Yet these areas lack sufficient high-quality research into their biodiversity and how to protect it. In this Science Café, join the Pacific Biodiversity Institute’s Peter Morrison to explore how his local organization spearheads and supports research and conservation efforts in these fascinating ecosystems.

More from "Science Café" »


Post new comment

The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly.
By submitting this form, you accept the Mollom privacy policy.
  • All comments are subject to approval.
  • reserves the right to remove posts, at our discretion, which include inflammatory comments, comments that are off-topic, personal attacks or obscene language, or that are otherwise deemed objectionable.
  • By submitting your comment for publication on, you agree to abide by our terms of service: