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Making Waves: Brad Cardinale

Making Waves is the podcast of the Society for Freshwater Science

Episode 3: Value of Biodiversity? Dr. Brad Cardinale

Brad Cardinale

This month's podcast features Dr. Brad Cardinale discussing the role of biodiversity for ecosystem function and whether that can be translated into ecosystem services.

Dr. Brad Cardinale is a associate professor in the School of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Michigan. His research utilizes theory, experimental, modeling, and field studies to understand how the loss of biodiversity impacts ecosystems.

Running time: 22 minutes
Host: Host: Timothy Cline
Published: 4/24/2013

http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v486/n7401/full/nature11148.html
http://snre.umich.edu/cardinale/

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The views expressed in the podcast are those of the interviewee and do not necessarily reflect the consensus opinion of the general SFS membership.
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