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My name is Paul Klawinski and I teach ecology, animal behavior, entomology, biogeography, etc. at a small liberal arts college embedded deeply in flyover country. I am interested in science in general, ecology and evolutionary biology, science policy, science in primary, secondary and post-secondary education, broader cultural perceptions of science and photography as a way of communicating science. I also like bicycling; craft beers; dry, red wines from southern Spain and temperate South America; indigenous art; and travel.

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