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A Report | A Matter Theater: Technosphere and Technoecology - Peter K. Haff and Erich Hörl

Peter K. Haff (Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, Durham) and Erich Hörl (Institut für Kultur und Ästhetik Digitaler Medien, Leuphana Universität, Lüneburg)

This conversation revolves around the different epistemic ways of assessing the agency of technology, technology seen here as multi-scalar system affecting and transforming both environment and theory. 77 more words


Wildlife Matters looks at the Humboldt Marten

This Thursday, October 27, Wildlife Matters looks at the Humboldt Marten.  Once feared extinct, they were recently rediscovered in Six Rivers National Forest and Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park.   53 more words


All is Gold

There is a time in the mountains when the land begins its final stretch before winter. The days gradually become shorter; the sun still warms your skins but starts to burn a little less brightly. 188 more words


Bracket fungi and nesting birds

Bit of a quick post here, as I have been frightfully busy recently. However, the short nature of this post doesn’t mean it’s a useless one, as you’ll see! 159 more words


Graham, Zook, & Boulton, "Augmented Reality in Urban Places"

Graham, M., M. Zook., and A. Boulton. 2013. Augmented Reality in Urban Places: contested content and the duplicity of code. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 765 more words


How does human-wildlife conflict affect ecosystems?-A look at Asian elephants

Human-wildlife conflicts (HWC), apart from affecting the humans and/or animal in question, also has a cascading effect in the ecosystem. The logic is quite simple; as an animal population reduces in number, every other organism affected by the presence of this animal population will be affected by its absence. 501 more words