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Daniel Janzen on Conserving Costa Rica's Tropical Forest

Show simple item record Janzen, Daniel H. 2019-01-21T22:38:15Z 2019-01-21T22:38:15Z 1992-08
dc.description.abstract Dr. Daniel Janzen is one oflhe world's authorities on tropical forests. A professor of ecology at the VnilJersity of Pennsylvania, Janzen has spent six months of every year for the past 30 years studying the intricate relationships between animals and plnnts in Costa Rica's GU(J.nQcaste Province. RecentLy he helped establish Costa Rica's NationaL Institute/or Biodiversity (INBio) to inventory and nUJluzge that country's wildland biodiversity. In 1984, the Swedish Academy of Sciences recognized lam.en 's work by awarding him the $100,000 Crafoord Prize, regarded as the equivalent oj the Nobel Prize in the ecologicnl sciences. Author of more than 290 publisMd studies and books, Janzen also received the Distinguished Teaching Award at the University of PennsyIlJonia in 1985. Editor Mary Batten interviewed Dr. Janzen in his office in Philadelphia. es_CR
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