February 4, 2008
Public-land managers in the era of global warming face uncomfortable choices: Do they intervene to protect dying plants and animals, or stand back and let this new version of “nature” take its course?
The largest wetland restoration project on the West Coast tackles the tidal marshes of San Francisco Bay.
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