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Sigma XI’s Stuart Pimm Receives 2007 William Procter Prize for Scientific Achievement

Stuart L. PimmStuart L. Pimm
2007 William Procter Prize for Scientific Achievement

Duke University professor Stuart Pimm became a conservation biologist watching species become extinct in Hawaii in the 1970s. That experience led to his commitment to study the scientific issues behind the global loss of biological diversity. Pimm has written over 200 scientific papers and four books, including The Balance of Nature? Ecological Issues in the Conservation of Species and Communities, and his global assessment of biodiversity’s future: The World According to Pimm.

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