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Urban anthropologist on the hunt for ethnographic subjects everywhere.
persquaremile.com — A bunch of economists and a blogger are trying to dissect the riddle of why metropolitan population density has fallen in the United States. Robert Shiller (yes, that Robert Shiller) seems to have unknowingly kicked off the whole thing when he wrote an essay a few weeks ago in which he said housing prices have actually been pretty stable when you adjust for inflation.
yourwildlife.org — Today, we have a guest post from ant biologist, Clint Penick. Clint joined our team back in January and has hit the ground running with research in NYC and North Carolina. He has a particular fascination with biomimicry. When the region of Cappadocia found itself divided between hostile nations, rather than flee, the people decided to dig in.
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