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The Washington, DC Area Ecosystem: A Book And Photo Essay
Wednesday, August 21, 2019, 1:00 PM until 2:30 PM
Little Falls Library
5501 Massachusetts Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20816
Registration is recommended
“The Washington, D.C., Area Ecosystem: A Book and Photo Essay,” with Edward Barrows, Professor of Biology at Georgetown University and author of several publications, including books such as Animal Behavior Desk Reference, A Dictionary of Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Evolution, and Nature, Gardens, and Georgetown, as well as scores of scientific papers. SEATING IS LIMITED. PLEASE REGISTER. CARPOOLING RECOMMENDED.
Earth’s Biosphere is the only known planetary ecosystem in our Cosmos of billions of celestial bodies and more. Within our Biosphere are many smaller ecosystems including the Washington, D.C., Area, Ecosystem (WDCAE) — our fragile home. It contains Washington, D.C., and its four surrounding counties. Edward Barrows will talk about the WDCAE and his book-in-progress with the same name. He will cover some basic ecosystem concepts and show many original photos of the WDCAE, in an interactive, lecture-discussion format.