New map shows the world's ecosystems in unprecedented detail
Ecology has always been a bit doughy compared to subject like physics, chemistry, even biology. But cut ecologists some slack. The places they study, like alpine prairies, peat bogs, or oases, are the diametric opposite of controlled lab settings. So how do you bring hard data to the study of life on our soft planet? A new map. The Global Ecological Land Unit map is the most detailed look ever at Earth's ecosystems.
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