Parting shot: Cape Horn Field Station

UNT's Cape Horn Field Station and Omora Ethnobotanical Park in the UNESCO Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve in South America was the site for the International Association of Bryology World Conference in January. Hosted by UNT's Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program and Center for Environmental Philosophy with the Chilean Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity and the University of Magallanes, the conference marked the first time environmental philosophers and ecologists from across the world have converged at Omora's Navarino Island to share their perspectives and discuss research on mosses and lichens.

(Photo by Adam Michael Wilson)


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