Oral history interview with Stanton A. Cook about his ecological research in California and Oregon. Part 1 of 3.
AuthorCook, Stanton A.; http://www.digitalhps.org/concepts/CONa593c288-6ea0-4c68-a4e9-ead6b29b287c
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SubjectEvolution (Biology)--History||Ecology--History||Cook, Stanton A.||University College of North Wales||Bradshaw, A. D. (Anthony David)||Phenotypic plasticity
Stanton A. Cook was a plant ecologist who studied Escholzia and Ranunculus at the University of California and the University of Oregon, starting in the 1950s. This interview was conducted at Dr. Cook's home in Eugene, Oregon, and focused on his early research, and his interaction with researchers at the University College of North Wales in Bangor, Wales.