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ISBN 10: 1560989726 / ISBN 13: 9781560989721
Published by Smithsonian, 2001
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Publisher: Smithsonian

Publication Date: 2001

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One of the most prominent American biological scientists of his day, Stephen Forbes (1844-1930) is now recognized as an early champion of the emerging field of ecology. Dedicated to public service he repeatedly demonstrated how ecology and environmental science could not only enlighten citizens but also effect economic change by improving resource use and management. In this comprehensive biography, Robert A. Croker presents Forbe's work as a case study in the transition from nineteenth-century natural history to twentieth-century ecology science.

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