Center for Ecology and Conservation Biology
The Center for Ecology and Conservation Biology was established at Boston University in 1996, by founding director Professor Thomas H. Kunz.
The goals of the Center are to promote an understanding of ecology and conservation biology through research, education, and outreach. Since its inception, CECB has been a leader in training the next generation of undergraduate students majoring in biology and environmental studies at Boston University.
For more information visit the CECB website.
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(Public Library of Science, 2010-1-19)BACKGROUND. The threats facing Ecuador's Yasuní National Park are emblematic of those confronting the greater western Amazon, one of the world's last high-biodiversity wilderness areas. Notably, the country's second largest ...