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October 2, 2020

UO biologist Bitty Roy calls for protection of Ecuadorian forest reserve

A legal brief filed with the Constitutional Court of Ecuador to halt mining concessions in the Los Cedros protected forest is backed by a petition signed by over 1,200 scientists, including 29 current and former Univ of Oregon researchers. The forest, considered one of the world’s most biologically diverse sites, has been the focus of nine published research projects led by Bitty Roy, a professor emerita in the UO Department of Biology.

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University of Oregon launches $1 billion Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact



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