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Partners in conservation

May 1, 2009
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In the April issue of Mass Audubon's magazine Connections, Chris Leahy describes the partnership between MassAudubon and the Harvard Forest's Ants of Massachusetts project. Begun in 2007 by Senior Ecologist Aaron Ellison, Harvard's Museum of Comparative Zoology ant systematists Stefan Cover and Gary Alpert, and University of Vermont Biologist Nick Gotelli, the Ants of Massachusetts project is working to develop ants as indicator species of environmental change in southern New England. Read the cover story. 

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