Scientists increasingly rely on the public to help them with their research. For this month’s Environmental Outlook, a look at the growing use of citizens scientists to track birds, map the universe and monitor climate change.
Da Chen’s memoir "Colors of the Mountain" told the story of growing up in rural China amidst the turmoil of the Cultural Revolution. In a new volume, he recounts his studies in Beijing and his emigration to the U.S.
- Da Chen author of two best-selling memoirs, "Colors of the Mountain" and "Sounds of the River."
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