Another Look at the End of the World

  title={Another Look at the End of the World},
  author={D. Boucher and D. Schwartzman and Jane Zara and Peter Caplan},
  journal={Capitalism Nature Socialism},
  pages={123 - 131}
Doug Boucher ( ecology at Hood College in Frederick, MD, and works on rain forest ecology and forestry on the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua. David Schwartzman is a biogeochemist in the Biology Department at Howard University ( His book Life, Temperature, and the Earth: the Self-Organizing Biosphere appeared in paperback last fall (Columbia University Press). Jane Zara has a Ph.D. in biochemistry and molecular biology, and is currently studying for the… Expand
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