University Communications

Diana Tomback

Research examining the replacement costs of the ecosystem services of Clark’s nutcracker by Diana F. Tomback, professor and associate chair of integrative biology, and other work in the avian ecosystem services collaborative group, was the subject of an article in the March/April issue of Audubon magazine.

The magazine took the title of her upcoming book “Why do birds matter? Birds’ ecological functions and ecosystem services” (currently being written for University of Chicago Press) and devoted the entire issue of the magazine to this subject.

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