Tag: Climate Change

Know Thy Corvids, Salmon Saver and Garlic Cures Trees

Also in our best of the web: Jon Stewart puts climate change at the top of the threat list, when black bears roamed Manhattan, how 5 flyers flap and a world without chocolate.

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Octopus Cannibals, Cheetah Apocrypha and Antarctic Gravity

Also in our best of the web: 5 ways to stop wildlife decline, Australian heat wave linked to climate change. Steven Pinker on style & coming out as a scientist.

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Safe(r) Spaces for Species under Climate Change

Climate change might change everything for conservation. How can we protect biodiversity as species move & adapt? New study says conserve “flexible” landscapes.

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Resilient Sheep, Butterfly Cloud and 10 Vanishing Species

Also in our best of the web: the side effects of ‘antifreeze’ in fish, balancing environment with renewable energy and a farewell to the Krullwich Wonders blog.

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A Fully Loaded, Double-Barreled Forest Climate Solution

A recent New York Times op-ed by Nadine Unger claimed planting trees would actually accelerate climate change. Here’s why she’s wrong–and why forest conservation is critical to any climate solution.

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Ghost Lemurs, Seeking Nemo, and the $100B Hurricane

Also in our best of the web: drought maps, Jersey shore, plastic plunder and the eternal question: casket, cremate or compost?

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Whale Pelvises, Pigeon Toes and Bee Belly Bacteria

Also in our best of the web: 2014 State of the Birds report, laser-mapping Earth’s forests, China gets cap-and-trade, and really smart fish.

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Schaefer Prairie Preserve Citizen Science

Would you like to learn about the plants and wildlife of an eastern tallgrass prairie, while contributing to science? Visit Schaefer Prairie Preserve!

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Marmoset Mimicry, Teaching Fish to Walk, and Beetles Invasion

Also in our best of the web: remembering Martha, citizen scientists everywhere, a blueprint for climate cooperation and where to build roads.

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Woodpecker Skull Design, Novel Ecosystems, Yawning Wolves and More

Also in our best of the web: bamboo reinforcements, climate inertia, bison return to Tribal lands, and E.O Wilson’s audacious plan.

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Weekend Book Picks: The Unpersuadables

Looking for a great read this Labor Day weekend? Take a virtual among the “enemies of science” — smart people who believe strange things — with Will Storr’s book The Unpersuadables.

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Ant Zombies, Sunscreen’s Unseen Impacts and Bats in the Belfry

Also in this week’s best of the web: assessing aquaculture, how human structures affect bird nesting behaviors and the individuality of bumble bees.

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Alluring Boomslang, Scaly Pangolin and Disappearing Aspen

Also in this week’s best of the web: social networks for science, averting bird-window collisions, biodiversity surveys go local, and reconstructing Acadia’s trails.

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Ocean Mercury, Designer Fish and Best Shark-cam Ever

Also in our best of the web: penguin neighbors, scorpion rundown, downside of habitat corridors, and the psychology of litter.

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Bike-Friendly Cities, Overheated Trout and Protein 2.0

Also in our best of the web: right whale baby boom, turtle hatchapalooza, scientists as human shields, and water as therapy

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