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Live @ AAAS - Tom Kunz on Bats and the Atmosphere (Transcript)
19 February 2011 1:04 pm
At noon on Saturday, 19 February, Live @ AAAS will host a live chat here with Tom Kunz, whose research focuses on the ecology, behavior, evolution, and conservation biology of bats. Kunz is involved in the emerging field of aeroecology, which focuses on how airborne organisms—birds, bats, arthropods and microbes—depend on the support of the lower atmosphere that is closest to the earth’s surface or aerosphere.
Submit your questions to him live at noon or post them beforehand in the comments section below.