Department News

2010-07-02

PROF BLAIRE VAN VALKENBURGH FEATURED ON UCLA TODAY

The extinction of woolly mammoths and other large mammals more than 10,000 years ago may be explained by the same type of cascade of ecosystem disruption that is being caused today by the global decline of predators such as wolves, cougars and sharks, life scientists report July 1 in the cover article of the journal Bioscience.

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