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List of notes.
Revive & Restore

Obit theory — books on the genre?

The ghost of christmas future
The scariest one of them all.

Blake’s Paper (in your dropbox, also a copy in your email)

White extinction:

Extinct Gibbon:

Interview with Nat Geo Photographer on Conversations

Museum of Endangered Sounds

General template for how to write them
Closest relationships who will miss them
Institutions (ecosystmes) they were a part of
Others endangered.

Throwback Thursday to classic extinctions
Reviews or recent books on Passenger Pigeon,etc
Humbolt. Linnaeus. Audobon.
Links to major conservation movements
Bibliogrpahyof extinction
Writer / researcher profiles

Breakthrough Institute
Extinction Blog

Art of writing an obituary