Ecology under Fire: Ecological Science in a Post-truth World

William F. Precht (Marine and Coastal Programs, Dial Cordy & Associates, Inc., United States; Co-Editor-in-Chief of Research in Ecology)

Article ID: 4598

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/re.v4i2.4598

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