How Research Ecologists Can Profit from Urban Design Projects


An article published in the November issue of BioScience, "Mapping the Design Process for Urban Ecology Researchers," documents how ecologists can perform hypothesis-driven research from the beginning of design through the construction and monitoring stages of urban projects.

The results from "designed experiments" can render site-targeted data that enhances how the projects are conceptualized, created and monitored.


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