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Chris D. Thomas

Chris D. Thomas

Are We Initiating The Great Anthropocene Speciation Event?

Chris D. Thomas is a Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of York and a Fellow of The Royal Society. His research focuses on understanding how humans have transformed the biological world, and how humans might protect the world’s remaining biodiversity. He is author of the 02017 book, Inheritors of the Earth: How Nature Is Thriving in an Age of Extinction.

Chris D. Thomas is a Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of York and a Fellow of The Royal Society. His research focuses on understanding how humans have transformed the biological world, and how humans might protect the world’s remaining biodiversity. He is author of the 02017 book, Inheritors of the Earth: How Nature Is Thriving in an Age of Extinction.

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