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Aldo Leopold

(1887—1948)


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USecologist, forester, and environmentalist (1887–1948) who many people regard as the father of wildlife ecology. He was a gifted writer, and is best known as author of the book A Sand County Almanac (1948), in which he outlined his philosophy (land ethic) of living in harmony with the land and with nature.

Subjects: Science and Mathematics — Arts and Humanities.


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