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The nature of cities is a lifelong fascination for new Regents Professor

When Nancy Grimm walked through the woods as a child, she wondered how it all fit together and worked: the rain, the soil, the plants, the chemistry. She saw it was a system. But how?Now she applies that thinking to urban ecology: How do cities and the natural world interact and affect each other? A relatively new field that took off in the 1970s, urban ecology looks at the relation of living organisms with each other and their surroundings in the context of an urban environment.


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