Julia Galbenu, former A\J editorial intern and recent Oxford grad, explains the factors from which biodiversity in an area is caluated. Julia discusses species richness and evenness and their relationship to the term biodiversity.

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Julia Galbenu graduated from Oxford University with a degree in Biological Sciences. Currently, she's making her way down Latin America with one simple aim: to get people outdoors and make them fall in love with nature. She'll be posting all about her adventures, as well as sneak peeks and excerpts from her book "Find Your Wild" on her instagram @juliagalbenu 

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