Art/Science Collaborations: New Explorations of Ecological Systems, Values, and their Feedbacks
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The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America
Collaborations between artists and scientists have a long history. In recent years, artists have joined with ecologists to showcase biodiversity, links between biodiversity and ecosystem function, and the effects of human activities on the broader environment. In many cases, artists also have provided “broader impacts” for ecological research activities, communicating scientific findings in creative and novel ways to audiences much broader than the readership of our technical journals.
Ellison, Aaron M.; LeRoy, Carri J.; Landsbergen, Kim J.; Bosanquet, Emily; Borden, David Buckley; CaraDonna, Paul J.; Cheney, Katherine; Crystal-Ornelas, Robert; DeFreece, Ardis; Goralnik, Lissy; Irons, Ellie; Merkle, Bethann Garramon; O'Connell, Kari E. B.; Penick, Clint A.; Rustad, Lindsey; Schulze, Mark; Waser, Nickolas M.; Wysong, Linda M. 2018. Art/Science Collaborations: New Explorations of Ecological Systems, Values, and their Feedbacks. The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 99(2): 180-191. https://doi.org/10.1002/bes2.1384.