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Biological diversity; biodiversity

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Article Tess Doezema (2023)
The promise of ELSI: Coproducing the future of life on earth. Science as Culture (pp. 461-485). (/isis/citation/CBB770445117/) unapi

Article Megan Raby (2023)
Beyond Bananas: The United Fruit Company and Agricultural “Diversification”. Agricultural History (pp. 383-413). (/isis/citation/CBB059535389/) unapi

Article Alfredo Bueno-Hernández; Ana Barahona; Juan J. Morrone; et al. (2023)
Historiographical approaches to biogeography: a critical review. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 27). (/isis/citation/CBB140409964/) unapi

Article Gaetano Pazienza; Luigi Forte; Viviana Cavallaro (2023)
Alfonso Palanza (1851–1899): A late nineteenth-century Italian botanist and his herbaria. Archives of Natural History (pp. 67-73). (/isis/citation/CBB965460692/) unapi

Article Ian Stewart (2023)
James Cowles Prichard and the Linguistic Foundations of Ethnology. Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte (pp. 76-91). (/isis/citation/CBB659541221/) unapi

Article Alberto Aparicio (2022)
The road ahead: Narratives and imaginaries of the value of biodiversity in shaping bioeconomy policy in Colombia. Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society. (/isis/citation/CBB894603993/) unapi

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Extinction: Our Fragile Relationship with Life on Earth. (/isis/citation/CBB308676844/) unapi

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“Famine Foods” and the Values of Biodiversity Preservation in Israel-Palestine. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 625-636). (/isis/citation/CBB413280713/) unapi

Book Benjamin Gray (2022)
Extinct: Artistic Impressions of Our Lost Wildlife. (/isis/citation/CBB403457060/) unapi

Book Helen Anne Curry (2022)
Endangered Maize: Industrial Agriculture and the Crisis of Extinction. (/isis/citation/CBB577676778/) unapi

Article Margaret H. Friedel; Stephen R. Morton; Gary N. Bastin; et al. (2022)
A history of CSIRO’s Central Australian Laboratory 2, 1980–2018: Interdisciplinary land research. Historical Records of Australian Science (pp. 50-62). (/isis/citation/CBB854591588/) unapi

Book Meyssa Ben Saâd (2022)
Ordonner la diversité du vivant dans le Kitāb al-Ḥayawān d'al-Ǧāḥiẓ (776-868): Zoologie et connaissance du vivant dans les sciences arabes médiévales. (/isis/citation/CBB611762412/) unapi

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Robert Brown and Mungo Park: Travels and Explorations in Natural History for the Royal Society. (/isis/citation/CBB429762304/) unapi

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The algorithmic turn in conservation biology: Characterizing progress in ethically-driven sciences. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 181-192). (/isis/citation/CBB088304027/) unapi

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Ornithological insights from Taylor White's birds. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 581-598). (/isis/citation/CBB782600545/) unapi

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The legacy of the fieldwork of E. W. Nelson and E. A. Goldman in Mexico (1892–1906) for research on poorly known mammals. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences. (/isis/citation/CBB899871320/) unapi

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The Making of British Anthropology, 1813-1871. (/isis/citation/CBB557333730/) unapi

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A gradient framework for wild foods. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (p. 101293). (/isis/citation/CBB428341573/) unapi

Book David Sepkoski (2020)
Catastrophic Thinking: Extinction and the Value of Diversity from Darwin to the Anthropocene. (/isis/citation/CBB534040952/) unapi

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Kant's universal conception of natural history. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 77-86). (/isis/citation/CBB971654215/) unapi


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