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Pleistocene Park: Return of the Mammoth's Ecosystem

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Science  06 May 2005:
Vol. 308, Issue 5723, pp. 796-798
DOI: 10.1126/science.1113442

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    This is similar to what all of us restorationist types are collectively doing in the Midwest; we just haven't begun to speak of our individual ecological restoration projects as part of a larger, greater whole. Even though many of us likely think on this order of magnitude, it would greatly improve our results if we would talk like this.

    Ours is fundamentally the same story, although humans directly impacting...

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